CD Projekt RED has released four new screen shots showing just how much work is being put into their new game, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and gives plenty of reason to be excited. Continue Reading
“Attention prisoners! For your crimes against Oriath, you have been Exiled to the forsaken continent of Wraeclast. The magisters of Oriath are merciful and have granted all exiles one weapon.. choose wisely. Oriath has bestowed a gift upon you, a chance to redeem your crimes.. A new life. Do not squander it.
Swim straight to the shore, stay together, look for others who can help you. You’re not the first exiles, and you won’t be the last.” Continue Reading
Any gamer that plays RPG’s will tell you that they have either hated how Dragon Age II was corrupt or how much they hated the ending to Mass Effect 3. Well sorry folks this isn’t another tidbit about your space game but it looks like Bioware is already moving onto developing the next Dragon Age. The last entry in the series was a serious disappointment to almost every fan of the series because the game felt extremely rushed, as if they didn’t even care about what the final product was and were just cashing in on the Dragon Age name. Well Mark Darrah of Bioware wants to change that to the most of his, and his team’s ability. On the Bioware forums Mark has posted that the team has been going back through the games they made that were great and they wanted to explore new possibilities in these games because of how much video games have advanced over the past years. Because of the great upset of Dragon Age II the team wants to hear your opinion about what should happen in the next entry of the series. Mark writes, “The next thing for the Dragon Age team members and I to do is hear from you, and not just on the forums, or Facebook, or Twitter. We’ll be attending a number of conventions and gatherings, including PAX East in April. The most valuable thing we can get out of those meetings is to hear from you on those same topics – what does Dragon Age mean to you, and where would you like to see it go? We’re excited to hear what you have to say!” Also because of this action of moving onto the next Dragon Age Mark also has rejected any possibility for Dragon Age II DLC, but who is upset about that?
11 years have passed since the Baldur’s Gate has ended but the game remains fresh in our heads as one of the best RPG’s created. But the series has not come to a close yet, the Baldur’s Gate website is now teasing that something may be in the works. It has already been asked if it had anything to do with the re release on steam but it looks like it is a totally separate deal. It looks as if the game is being worked on at Beamdog which has made other HD ports for mobile devices. This is all the information that has been released at the moment but more is to come very soon according to Beamdog.
If you enjoy RPG’s at all you know that the Fallout franchise is one of the biggest titles in the genre. Fallout 3 one many game of the year awards and New Vegas was not a disappointment either. Well for a while now there has been a dispute between Bethesda and Interplay about a Fallout MMO and who would create it. Originally when the argument first arose it was settled that Interplay was to have a 30 million dollar budget to create a game by April 2009 but the deadline was not reached (at least by Bethesda’s standards) and the game went back into the depths of the unknown. Many of you Fallout fans had probably already given up on the possibility of there ever being a Fallout MMO as these things tend to drag on until the end of time, but there is great news! Bethesda has announced that they have received all the rights to develop a Fallout MMO and by holiday season next year Bethesda will own the entire franchise.
In an interview with Game Informer a couple months ago Capcom said that with the upcoming game Dragon’s Dogma they would hopefully start appealing towards the western “Skyrim” audience as lately they have not had a big impact on the western side of the world. In the game the main character of the story, which is who ever you make them to be, has their heart ripped out by a dragon and is told that he/she is the chosen one and through this event somehow your character lives to become the chosen one. This leads to the main plot of the game where you hunt down the dragon that stole your heart. Not captivated yet? Check out the screens below! Continue Reading
I suspect there’s been a fair amount of kills racked up now in Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim but one player is choosing to play the game by not killing anything, be it man, beast or even the undead.
His character is of the Khajiit and he’s called him Felix and he’s a peaceful monk. I presume this is in reference to the Felix cat from TV since he says his reasoning behind this behaviour is that Felix wouldn’t do it in real life and this is how monks should be. It’s pretty impressive considering how much of the game tempts you to kill things and yet he’s managed to get to level 9. He won’t take on any quests which require you to kill things and his sneak and magic levels are pretty high!
Anyway, he’s kindly put together a video of Felix in action for you: