Staff over at GameSpot UK got a chance to try out the new four-player gameplay mode on Trials: Evolution at the recent London MCM Expo. Check out the video …
Following the announcement of a November 23 release date for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special Editions, DoubleSix have now released a trailer showing the game in action. …
Congratulations are in order as Trendy Entertainment, D3Publisher and Reverb Publishing have announced that Dungeon Defenders is a runaway success with over 250,000 sales total on all three platforms including XBLA, 200,000 of which were from PC sales alone. To celebrate, Trendy Entertainment have revealed one of its many plans to continue to support the game across all platforms, with free, weekly community events for PS3 and Xbox 360 players. Starting now till the end of the year, these events will allow gamers to play special game modes with the devs and have a chance to win unique loot found nowhere else. The event schedule and instructions on how to join is posted on four wallpapers one for each character class which you can either download for yourself here or view in the gallery after the jump.
It’s been almost a month to the day since Orcs Must Die! hit XBLA receiving rave reviews all round and fans of the game will be interested to hear that Art Director at Robot Entertainment, David Kubalak, recently posted an insider’s view of the visual development processes used. In the post he reveals how they set out on a challenge to create a budget arcade style game without holding back on production values.
The long awaited It Came From Outer Space add-on for A World of Keflings has crash landed on XBLA today. In the new DLC it’s your avatar’s job to build an alien city, repair the space ship and send the extra-kefrestrials back home were they came from. Andrew Hill from developers NinjaBee spoke with our friends over at PlayXBLA and revealed the inspiration for the add-on:
“With the new DLC for A World of Keflings we sort of took a bunch of popular sci-fi references and mashed them together with a 50s-monster-flick perspective of the future and aliens – hence the name, It Came From Outer Space.”
Ninja Bee have also revealed some out-of-this world concept art so teleport over the page to feast your eyes.
Recently announced XBLA title, Who Wants To Be A Millonaire: Special Editions has now got a release date. The game is set to hit XBLA this November 23 and …