Robot Entertainment has announced the first of two planned DLC packs for Orcs Must Die!. The first pack is called "Artifacts of Power!", which will include two new weapons and two new traps, as well as new upgrades for them.
Sonic Generations will be coming out on console on the 1st November, and it will be including the original Sonic the Hedgehog title with it, albeit as an unlockable reward.
The system specs for the PC version of Batman: Arkham City have been revealed.
Ubisoft has been dangling the Assassin's Creed film rights in front of various movie studios, causing a bidding war between the major houses like Universal.
However it seems Sony Pictures is the frontrunner and is 'close' to nailing an agreement. Ubisoft Motion Pictures is handling the negotiations for the IP.
In Batman: Arkham Asylum, Rocksteady included a secret room as an Easter Egg which contained the plans for Arkham City. Of course, Rocksteady had to reveal the room to fans, since no one thought of blowing up a wall three times just to gain access.
This time, Rocksteady has placed several clues about what the game following Arkham City might be about, and it seems to revolve around Harley Quinn having The Joker's baby.
Mark Hamill has tweeted farewell to his best known role, aside from that of Luke Skywalker.
He had indicated as early as May that Batman: Arkham City would be his last role as The Joker.
Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser states that the company has barely scratched the surface of what's achievable in open world games, and that there's plenty to do with the Grand Theft Auto template.
Two Tribes has announced Toki Tori 2, a puzzle platformer that is the sequel to the GameBoy Color game of ten years ago. The initial release will be through Steam for PC and Mac in the spring of 2012.
Rockstar's Jeronimo Barrera, VP of Product Development, reveals the PC version of L.A. Noire didn't 'begin development' until after DLC was completed.
They're "big fans of PC games" but had to wait until the console version and all its DLC cases were finished, and it's "important not to rush" the PC development.
Warner Bros. Interactive has announced the release date for the PC version of Batman: Arkham City. The game will be available on the 18th November in Europe, 15th November in North America.
Next week will see the first piece of DLC for Capcom's Dead Rising 2: Off The Record, and Frank West will be going cyborg with electric attacks standard.
When applied to Frank, all his melee damage increases and all electrical based attacks get a nice boost too. The Cyborg Skills Pack releases October 25th.
Warner Interactive president Martin Tremblay has labelled "movie-based games" as part of a 'broken system', and that they "try and distance" from them now.
They keep them separate so the "game stands by itself," like Rocksteady has accomplished with Batman. Warner's game division is still "barely a blip" overall.
In a video interview with DualShockers, Rocksteady's Dax Ginn defended the online pass to unlock Catwoman in Batman: Arkham City, which will be released tomorrow, saying it's “critical to the entire industry.”
A full month ahead of Assassin's Creed: Revelations' release and the Achievements list for the Xbox 360 version has leaked online, offering many spoilers.
800 Gamerscore points go to the story while multiplayer takes up the remaining 200. It gives away how many memory sequences there are, and who to bully.
Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Interactive have released the official Batman: Arkham City launch trailer, as the game will be released next week, 18th October, for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Ubisoft has been releasing an Assassin's Creed game annually for the past three years, and it doesn't want to end the trend in 2012 with Assassin's Creed 3.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations mission design director Falco Poiker states that releasing an annual game benefits the series.
Trendy Entertainment has announced that there will be downloadable content for their upcoming action tower defense game, Dungeon Defenders, in November.
Gamers who enjoyed seeing the trailers and read previews stating that Catwoman is a playable character in Batman: Arkham City who can even be leveled up will be in for a surprise: she's only playable with new copies via a pass code. Used game players must shell out 800 Microsoft Points ($9.99 USD/£7.99 UK).
If you enjoyed Saints Row: The Third's Wide World of Genki, you will be pleased to know that Professor Genki has more than just one deadly game show.
It's time to scope out Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax, in which you shoot furry mascots for big money, all while in a death trap filled chamber.
Finally, we get to solve physics-based puzzles as a sentient and rather animated hero made of wood, living in a world were seeds grow platforms. Awesome.
A demo for OIO The Game is now available or you could buy it direct from indie developer Uncanny Games. A trailer has released full of wooden jumps.