Game designer American McGee shares a piece of concept art that hints at his studio's next project. Judging from the title, it is assumed that the upcoming game will likely involve a boy named Jack and a magical beanstalk...
designer American McGee teased his new game a few weeks ago, but at the Game
Developer’s Conference last week, he announced that his team is working on three new
projects for 2012…
Dec 21, 2007
December is the month of giving and, better yet, receiving. December is the month when sugarplum visions of $400 consoles and $60 games dance through your head. And, of course, December is the month when your loved ones usually just cheap out and buy you a gift card instead.
So long as that gift card is an online points card from Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo, however, you'll be alright. With so much downloadable content available for so little money, you could stretch a few
Microsoft has revealed (accidentally, that is) the identity of this week's Xbox Live Arcade release, the long-awaited update of cult shooter Alien Hominid, now in HD.
The news comes from a 1UP interview with Xbox group product manager Aaron Greenberg, who says that Microsoft is "excited to make up for lost time" by bringing the cult shooter to the 360 download service this
We've heard through the grapevine that there's a big XBLA sale planned for next week, including all of last year's Summer of Arcade games. Not surprisingly the deals are only for Xbox Live Gold members. Check the full sale list here in the article.
Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Knights of the Old Republic II and Neverwinter Nights 2, has been revealed as the developer of Sega's recently announced RPG based on the Alien film franchise. The game is set to burst onto PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, perhaps in 2009.
Obsidian was Sega's "first choice" of developer, which it'll be pleased to hear, with Sega America president Simon Jeffery stating that the KOTOR II dev was "the only developer for us that could effectively combine the Alien
Those disappointed that there arent more aliens to kill this holiday season, need only look forward to the New Year. Thats ‘cause today, CDV Software Entertainment USA announced Alien Shooter: Vengeance will hit retail on January 22, 2007 for the PC. As a successor to classic sci-fi game, Alien Shooter, Vengeance will pit players in the middle of an extensive conflict with ultra-powerful weapons designed to spill the guts of more than 50 alien species.
Vengeance promises multiple
PC game powerhouse Valve has revealed that its digital download platform, Steam, now boasts 30 million members. That's a growth of 178% over the last 12 months.
So it would seem there are more people interested in computer gaming than PC doomsday prophets like to believe. In fact, every day an average of six million users log into their Steam accounts...
In the summer of next year, Sega will release a brand new version of its classic space shooter Alien Syndrome for the Nintendo Wii and PlayStation Portable, the developer-cum-publisher has revealed today.
As Earth Command Trooper Aileen Harding - or just Aileen to her friends - Alien Syndrome hurls you into a action-orientated, RPG-lite universe of derelict spaceships and weird alien worlds, with a host of weaponry and upgrades scattered liberally around to assist you in your quest to blast
This game needs to be awesome. It really does. And by the looks of the first images, Gearbox Software is going the right way about it.Marines can be seen blasting at aliens and Facehuggers with meaty machine guns in dark, moody corridors. Now, we'll admit that the scans look so good that we wouldn't be surprised if they're actually cheeky renders. But if this is the art direction Gearbox is going for, then we're happy regardless. Take a look at