Rezzed is a relatively small gaming conference, but that doesn’t make it any less significant. Dean “Rocket” Hall, creator of DayZ, says that he enjoys it because it’s the only conference where he can actually play the games on show. Which is great, for him. For us, it’s great because we got to see the latest build of DayZ Standalone – with GTN in the audience.
The last build shown was at E3 but, unlike many AAA-developers, this was the latest developer build, not just a small demo created for the sole purpose of demonstration. The particular build at Rezzed was being worked on the same morning before the showing, Rocket tweeted that he had finished it just an hour before the talk. Continue Reading
And so while the video game world continues to reel from the Thunderdome-esque warzone that was E3, John, Jon and myself found ourselves at a little event they call Rezzed.
They define it as a “PC and Indie games show” and, as we walked under said banner and had our wristbands examined by grumpy looking suited staff, that was very much what we found ourselves in. The show started last year in Brighton and debuted with a first play of Borderlands 2 and Dean “Rocket” Hall talking about his new mod: DayZ. The irony being Continue Reading
Declassification: The determination that, in the interests of national security, classified information no longer requires any degree of protection against unauthorized disclosure, coupled with removal or cancellation of the classification designation – DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms08 November 2010.
You’re William Carter, it’s 1962 and you’re a special agent working for a top-secret US government organisation called The Bureau. It’s your job to investigate attacks from extraterrestrials and conceal the evidence afterwards. The Bureau has been operating secretly for decades but as with most classified operations, the truth eventually comes out. Continue Reading
With the release of the dark survival game Don’t Starve today, let’s take a little look at the game. The developers, Klei Entertainment, are better known for such titles as the stealth-assassination game Mark of the Ninja and action-adventure Shank. This one’s a bit different from those… Continue Reading
Planetary Annihilation has come a long way since it first appeared on Kickstarter and have done numerous live streams to keep everyone up to date with the development. In these days of beta tests being used not as betas but as a demo or pre-order incentive it is refreshing to see.
Last night (Your Time Zone may vary) Uber Entertainment did another live stream. It was short but was the first to feature gameplay. Have a watch after the jump.
Don’t Starve is this wonderfully quirky and curious little indie game, developed by Klei Entertainment – the same people behind The Mark of the Ninja and Shank. The game isn’t released until Tuesday (UK) but Klei have already put out the launch trailer, check it out above.