The Mass Effect series will be getting four new spin-off novels bridging the gap between the trilogy we all know and love and the highly anticipated fourth entry, Mass Effect: Andromeda, due in Q1 2017.
"The novels will act as prequel and sequels to the events in the games and will become part of the overarching Mass Effect saga. They will focus on key characters and answer the many questions fans have been asking," explained publisher Titan Books.
The first book is being penned by acclaimed sci-fi author N. K. Jemisin, who was nominated for both a Hugo Award and Nebula Award for her debut novel The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. That was later expanded into the Inheritance Trilogy.
“It’s not a great game but it’s one of those games that I always hope will spawn a great sequel,” our Adam said when he asked Have You Played… The Guild 2? That day may be coming, as The Guild 3 [official site] is coming. It’ll bring more economic strategy fun with a side of […]
Awhile ago, Idea Factory International announced that Megadimension Neptunia VII was coming to PC sometime during the summer, and had a closed beta session open to applications. It appears they are now prepared to roll out the finished item, as earlier today, they announced that Megadimension Neptunia VII is finally coming to Steam on July ...
Furi, an action game comprised entirely of boss fights, is due on 5th July for PS4 and PC (via Steam), developer The Game Bakers has announced.
We've covered Furi before, but here's a recap: A mysterious hero is pitted against a variety of bosses to regain their freedom. Your move set is limited to shooting, slashing, parrying, and dodging. That's it.
"It's a game that requires skills and reflexes. No button mashing or combo learning," the developer said in an email to Eurogamer.
"In addition to this free-to-play hero event, we’ve added a new deeply discounted bundle to the Shop that features all of the heroes and skins chosen by Tempest in their final match," Blizzard announced. "This bundle will be available from June 21 until June 28."
On October 6th, 2015 the Kickstarter success game Read Only Memories released to generally positive reviews. A couple months ago an updated version was announced, and now developers MidBoss have announced the full voice cast for the game, along with a release date. Some of these voice actors we already knew would be in the ...
Three days of Street Fighter, Smash Bros., Mortal Kombat and more
This weekend, from Friday, June 24 to Sunday, June 26, thousands of fighting game enthusiasts will battle it out at CEO 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Not only does it promise some top-tier fighting game talent squaring off, it's a pretty good preview of next month's big spectacle, the premier fighting game tournament, Evo 2016.
CEO 2016 includes tournaments for the nine fighting games featured at Evo this year — Street Fighter 5, Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator, Mortal Kombat X, Pokkén Tournament, Killer Instinct, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Tekken 7 — as well as one more, Ultra Street Fighter 4. A handful of side tournaments for fans of anime fighting games will take place on Friday and Saturday, though these matches aren't officially livestreamed.
In April the cyberworld rejoiced when cybergoggle enthusiasts created a tool to like HTC Vive cybernauts play games made for Oculus Rift. In May, er, Oculus responded by adding a DRM headset check that stopped software working if it wasn’t on a Rift, despite Oculord Palmer Luckey previously saying sunny things like “our goal is […]
Not much has been accomplished, but they're talking
Grey market game reseller G2A and indie game developer Tiny Build have been involved in a sort of public relations war over the sale of Tiny Build's games through the service. It now looks as if G2A may be willing to adjust its business practices to be a bit more developer-friendly.
The entire episode began when Tiny Build discovered $450,000 worth of its own products had been sold through G2A, our previous story stated. Later, CEO Alex Nichiporchik was able to purchase his own game codes from resellers on G2A and link them back to credit card fraud perpetrated through Tiny Build’s online store.