Vanguard: Saga of Heroes seeks to define a new age in the massively multiplayer role-playing genre. Under the direction of veteran game designer (and EverQuest co-daddy) Brad McQuaid, developer Sigil has set out to design what they're calling a "third-generation MMO": a next step in evolution beyond first-gen EverQuest and second-gen World of
The lead designer on Velvet Assassin, Sascha Jungnickel, was previously at IO Interactive working on the Hitman series. This will also be a third-person stealth assassination game, but more story-driven and narrowly focused.
Velvet Assassin could be the first action-stealth game to be set largely in a bed. The game opens with our heroine healing up inside a hospital, gun resting by her side. Based on a real-life WWII renegade agent, Violette Szabo’s story unfolds through a series of playable flashbacks that lead up to her current incapacitation. But trust us when we say this is one tough broad. The first mission we saw had Violette infiltrating a dreary cell
Allow us, if you will, a short time to celebrate. As big fans of the point-and-click genre we’re always praying for a good graphic adventure, and while this isn’t quite what we had in mind there’s plenty of reason to rejoice. Deck 13 is an established adventure game developer and their latest project is an RPG with all the charm of their usual work. It’s bright, it’s bold and it’s clean which is just what what we’ve been craving.
Free-to-play games tend to get the short end of the stick. You’ll almost never see one featured on the cover of a magazine, they rarely receive proper reviews, and preview coverage is sparse, at best. That’s why we wanted to make sure to highlight Nexon’s Vindictus, one of the most overlooked games on show at E3 2010...
Futuristic racing - perfected by F-Zero nearly twenty years ago, dragged through the mud by Fatal Inertia last year, and now it's back for another stab at greatness. Here's a tip - keep your hopes subterraneously low.Visually, Voltage certainly seems to be, erm, reminiscent enough of F-Zero to give us hope of a perfectly entertaining doppelganger racer, and there's the odd gameplay detail that suggests it could be a fun little romp in its own