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  1. Mr Cochese

    Jelly No Puzzle

    I just finished this ridiculously brutal puzzle game. http://qrostar.skr.jp/index.cgi?page=jelly〈=en See how long it takes before you hit a level that seems genuinely impossible.
  2. VN1X

    Orcs Must Die! 2

    Orcs Must Die! 2 by Robot Entertainment http://www.robotentertainment.com/ Release Date: Summer ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS The first OMD! was an absolute blast and definitely one of the better tower defense games. The inclusion of a second character can only mean double the fun, harder difficulty and more clever writing. Can't wait. Launch trailer inside.
  3. Apparently this has been causing buzz for years. Reviews http://uk.gamespot.c...review-6403182/ http://www.polygon.c...ntichamber/8450 http://www.destructo...er-243431.phtml
  4. VN1X

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter by Danger Close http://www.medalofhonor.com Release date: October 23, 2012 INFO IMAGES VIDEOS Videogame titles are atrocious aren't they? Anyway I'm having a bit of a war fighter overload these days but hey... maybe this'll be for the MoH franchise what ACII was to its own series? (announcement trailer inside the videos section)
  5. Excellent western style old school fantasy RPGs. http://basiliskgames...eschalon-book-i Eschalon: Book I is a classic role-playing game experience that will take you across massive outdoor environments and deep into sprawling dungeons as you seek to uncover the mystery of who – or what – you are. ♦ A tile-built, turn-based game world where the result of absolutely every action is rolled, calculated or statistically determined. Strategy is paramount to success; careful skill management, equipment selection and magic usage will win your fights, not rapid button clicking. We are very pleased to say this is not another “action RPG”. ♦ Hundreds of items and dozens of creatures await your discovery. A combination of randomly generated treasure and carefully hidden goodies means that no two games will play the exact same way. ♦ Unlimited character development style: Choose from 24 unique skills to make the character you want and 8 base attributes that affect your character’s every action throughout the game. The game world does not scale or adjust itself to match anyone’s play style, so the ease or difficulty of the game is directly related to how successful you are at developing your character. ♦ Combat plays out at your pace. Eschalon: Book I features a turn-based system that allows you to roll through combat as fast or slow you want…make it fast and furious, or analyze every option for maximum advantage. ♦ A non-linear storyline means that the game world is open to explore as you desire. Follow the storyline or don’t…it’s up to you. Just be careful where you go and who you choose to trust- the world of Eschalon can be a deadly place for an inexperienced adventurer. ♦ An epic adventure that you must face alone…a single-player RPG carefully designed to feel like the great old school RPGs of the past such as Ultima®, Might & Magic®, and Wizardry® http://basiliskgames...schalon-book-ii The time has come to return to the realm of Eschalon! A new menace threatens Mistfell and the northern provinces, and evidence of your mysterious past come to light which will make you question everything you know about yourself. Don’t miss this thrilling sequel to 2007′s award-winning Eschalon: Book I! ♦ Eschalon: Book II is the sequel to 2007′s award winning RPG Eschalon: Book I, although no previous experience is needed to play and enjoy Book II. ♦ Book II is available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux-based computers. ♦ Play as a male or female character. ♦ 1024 x 768 native resolution. ♦ DRM Free! We respect our customers. ♦ New weather effects: snow, rain, and thunderstorms. Weather isn’t just an effect; severe weather effects gameplay stats and skills. ♦ Additional skills and improved skill balancing. ♦ Improved GUI including additional save game slots, increased number of Inventory and Quick Slot spaces, Key Ring and Recipe book, and much more! ♦ “Equipment configuration” presets for convenient swapping of entire armor and weapons sets. ♦ New difficulty modes and tracked statistics add to replay value. One nice touch is the minimap only works if you have the cartography skill and the more points you put into the skill the better the mini map gets. Some interesting puzzles too and you really have to watch for traps.
  6. http://www.capcom-un...ing-december-17 Free pc game available December 17th from Capcom Unity. It's a fan made game which shows how Capcom are more open to such things than say, Sega.
  7. A 2D puzzle platformer that Gilbert describes as a game in the vein of his old adventure games. Preview here: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2012-05-24-the-cave-preview-double-fines-new-game-for-sega Trailer: Promising, no? And no, this is not the Kickstarter game.
  8. Flub

    Asheron's Call 2 is back

    If you have a current sub to the original AC Turbine have resurrected an AC2 server to beta test. I suspect it's a prelude to trying the game as F2P. That could be the start of an interesting trend. I have fond memories of both the AC games. It's just a shame you need an AC sub to play at the moment. $12.95 is a little expensive. http://forums.ac.turbine.com/showthread.php?t=57257
  9. http://www.seewithperspective.com/ It's free, download it. It's about 20-30 mins long, play it now. It's a perspective-based puzzle platformer, don't read any more about it than that. Go into it blind and don't come back here to comment on it until you've finished it. I heard about this game a while ago and thought it sounded like an interesting gimmick, but the kind that would either get very boring (as the premise begins to wear thin) or very frustrating (as the designers try to stretch out the premise by increasing the difficulty to unfair degrees) It's neither. It's short, manages to keep the premise fresh, the levels are very well designed and there are some unexpected twists and turns throughout. My only gripe is that it, rather weirdly, has about 50% controller support. You can move the character and view with the controller, but the button to enter levels or switch gameplay modes remains mapped to the keyboard and mouse respectively.
  10. poppa_f

    Dark Souls 2

    Dark Souls 2 announced at the VGA awards: http://www.forbes.co...360-ps3-and-pc/ Trailer: http://kotaku.com/59...s-debut-trailer
  11. You can play the game now in your browser. http://www.parsecpro...s/whereami.html It's pretty fucked up. Probably best played knowing as little as possible. However it's worth knowing that it was created in 48 hours as part of a game-jam, so it's a bit more barebones than Slender.
  12. CoS_Gab

    City of Steam

    (First off, I'd like to thank admin choddo and mod Don Rosco for their advice on how to approach talking about our game development on the forum. Granted, this was months ago now, but I presume the same rules apply, hah!) Hey everyone! Gab with Mechanist Games here, developer of City of Steam. I'd get into talking more about the game, but I wouldn't want to piss you guys off with promoting stuff too much... Besides, I'd hate myself for it. Rather, I'd like to share a dumb (funny?) little video we made recently (during our stressful push for Beta), it should give you enough of an idea about the game anyway (and yes, the video is supposed to come off as really cheap, part of the joke ) Also, seeing how we're being pretty open with development, I'd love to discuss the game, answer any questions you may have, take in suggestions even! Beta should be out sometime in November. And yes, even as I say this, I'm bracing myself for a potential barrage of hate, but hey, how else would I learn?
  13. Don Wiskerando


    I've just discovered this cute little puzzler and spent a couple of hours with it. http://mcpixel.net/ In most cases you are presented with a single room, a few objects to interact with and a very short time limit. Somewhere in the screen will be a hidden bomb and your job is to diffuse it. Simple enough but even the 'game' is in trying out all the incorrect solutions. You play a series of 10 puzzles at a time. After a fail it moves you on to the next and then back to the beginning until you have the correct solution for each. Sometimes it's a little difficult to see what's going on and sometimes the humour is suspect but I can not stop playing. Price is a bit steep at $9.99 but discounts are available There is a demo so that you can get the idea. It might possibly be really shit but it's compelling shit.
  14. Looks just so much fun, it's like a third person Quake but with the weapons from Borderlands and the tools to create what you want out of them. I've just signed up for the Beta, you have to send a system report to be entered, hopefully I'll get a key soon! http://www.loadout.com/ It's really not hard to sign up.
  15. by EA Games http://www.commandan...m/collection/en Release Date: Fall 2012 ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS Does this mean I will finally be able to play RA2 on my Windows 7 PC? HOLD ME!
  16. More details here: http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/world-of-warcraft/world-of-warcraft-general/375573-looking-inside-your-screenshots.html
  17. Kinda looks like a mashup of Sword and Sworcery, Okami and Tearaway.
  18. earlymodernsteve

    BlindSide - The audio adventure game

    Came upon this through a rundown of the shortlist for the Indiecade Awards. http://www.blindsidegame.com/ 'What if the things in the night didn't just go bump? BlindSide is a terrifying new audio-only adventure game, set in a fully-immersive 3D world you’ll never see. Put on your headphones, close your eyes, and explore the darkness. Listen as the world rotates around you! You play as Case, an assistant professor who wakes up blind, to find his city destroyed and mysterious creatures devouring people. Will you and your girlfriend be able to find your way without sight? How will you escape? Run for your life, navigate the darkness, and uncover the mystery of the apocalypse--all in the dark!' It's a curio, but well worth the 2.99 download - particularly for those of you who thought that Slender would be even more fun if you couldn't see but could hear him breathing behind you. The key mechanic of stereo sound navigation works pretty well - although I'm playing it on PC and I think it would be even more effective on IOS so that you could actually move yourself as well to orientate against the sounds. A quick summary of my 5 minutes playing just now goes as follows: Hmm, interesting; not sure I like the main protagonist's voice but hey-ho; ok I'm bumping into stuff but I'm getting the hang of it; gulp somebody's in trouble; this way to the hall; FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKK, *hits ESC* Will try again in the daylight, whilst looking at a picture of a puppy and without having drunk coffee.
  19. So with Gamescom kicking off tomorrow, I thought a thread to contain all the news might be called for. VG247 have written up a great summary of why this event is much more about the games than E3, so with some of the industries biggest publishers holding their own presser, we should get a good few announcements, and a better look at this winters line up. Below is a summary of the who, what, why where and when, in order of each conference's schedule: Capcom: Capcom delivered a solid show, focussing on new titles in existing franchises, but the stand out title was their new IP, Remember Me. What We Got: Devil May Cry Resident Evil 6 Lost Planet 3 Marvel vs Capcom Origins Jo Jo's Bizarre Adventure HD (Vita) Okami HD Remember Me EA: What We Got: Crysis 3 FIFA 13 Medal of Honor Warfighter Need for Speed Most Wanted Star Wars: The Old Republic SimCity Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Battlefield 3: Armored Kill Dead Space 3 NHL 2013 The Simpsons: Tapped Out Sony: What We Got: PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale (Vita & PS3) Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (Vita) Assassin's Creed III Assassins Creed: Liberation (Vita) Soul Sacrifice (Vita) The Unfinished Swan Ratchet & Clank: Q Force (Vita & PS3) The Last of Us Killzone: Mercenary Wonder Book - A Book of Spells - Walking With Dinosaurs - Diggs Nightcrawler - Disney (only announced) LittleBigPlanet (Vita) When Vikings Attack (Vita & PS3) Rain Until Dawn (Move) Puppeteer Sports Champions 2 Tearaway (Vita) God Of War: Ascension Sly 4 (Vita & PS3) Little Big Planet: Karting Playstation Mobile (Vita & Android - Couldn't find the montage for this anywhere, if anyone does, just send it along and I'll update the link) Additional News: Below is a summary of the event taken from the Playstation blog: Ubisoft: Times: UK: August 15th 2:00 PM EU: August 15th 3:00 PM Live Streams: Text Stream Only: http://www.el33tonline.com/past/2012/8/15/gamescom_2012_ubisoft_press_conference/ Expectations: After knocking it out of the park at E3, it's hard to see what more Ubisoft have left to reveal. Numerous quotes points to a focus on free to play gaming reveals, based on their existing IP, so don't expect any Watchdogs level unveilings. Expected Games Are: Assassin’s Creed III Assassin’s Creed III Liberation Far Cry 3 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online Shootmania: Storm Rabbids Land Rayman Legend Sports Connection Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013 ZombiU As Gamescom rolls on, I'll update the 'Expected Games' sections with links to revealed videos. Feel free to post links to these videos, and I'll roll them into the OP.
  20. If you have any Ubisoft PC games that installed a Uplay browser plug-in then you'll want to disable it ASAP. http://www.eurogamer...y-vulnerability
  21. tyagi

    End of Nations

    The developer, Petroglyph Games, was formed by a group of people who left Westwood studios during the EA acquisition. The team has therefore worked on earlier Command & Conquer games. It is being published by Trion Worlds, their biggest thing being the (excellent) MMO, Rift. In a nutshell, End of Nations is a souped-up, online multiplayer, persistent world, Command and Conquer, Free-to-Play, game. Right now it looks like they aim to make their money from the in-game store (cosmetic items such as unit skins, experience point boots, game "loot" boots, additional character slots, etc.), or optional monthly subscription (probably around US$15). The first Beta weekend just took place and I got a key via my Trion account, but only managed to get a couple of hours in. However, it was very very good fun and shows a lot of promise. The maps and missions were interesting, and the unit R&D and selection structure looks like it holds lots of depth. TotalBiscuit did a good overview:
  22. Bored? Give this free horror game a go. http://www.reddit.com/r/IndieGaming/comments/vxme0/slender_a_new_terrifying_horror_game_based_on_the/ It's fairly effective for a 50mb download based on a spookypasta.
  23. Hi Guys, I couldn't seem to find the old thread about this game, so apologies if it still exists. Just started playing this game a couple of weeks ago, since I realised it became F2P (yes, I am a cheapskate). Took me a good few hours to get into it. Or rather, I forced my way through hours of it because I assumed it would get better, and it has. Or rather, I think I'm finally understanding it a little bit. There's so much stuff in there, I still really don't know what I'm doing, much like when I played WOW for a brief period. Buut, it's become fun at least, and now I want some people to touch play with. As its pretty lonely out there in space. So, enough of the talking. Who is playing this game? Who wants to team up? Who wants to START playing this game now it's free andwantstoteamupwithme!? I hope the answer to all those questions is LOTS OF YOU. So hurry up and get in this thread and share the wealth.
  24. Ben

    Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

    Anyone pick this up cheap in the Steam sale (or have it from the original release)? Would be good to get everyone together so we can get a healthy autolog list going. This is me: arewenotben How does the friends list work? Does it get pulled from your Steam friends, or does it have it's own EA list? I have some Steam friends with it, but I'm billy no mates in game. Anyway, add your names (if anyone still comes in this folder....)
  25. mdn2

    Know Your Boxart 2012

    Well, I haven't done one of these in a while. It's another Know Your Boxart quiz! All the letters below are from the boxart of 2012 game releases. How many do you recognise? Please put your answers in spoiler tags so as not to ruin it for others. I'll post the answers up tomorrow if no-one gets them in the meantime. And yes, there is no letter 'Q' - I couldn't find a decent one.

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