Acclaimed survival horror video game Alan Wake has finally been announced for PC via Steam. Starting February 16th gamers will be able to get their hands on the game and downloadable content for $29.99 or the Limited Collector's Edition for $34.99. A boxed retail version of the game is also planned for those of you interested in pretty packaging.
It's a great time for retro gamers thanks to iOS devices re-releasing all the great vintage titles we grew up with. Hot off their successful relaunch of the CD-ROM classic The 7th Guest for iPhone/iPad, developer Trilobyte has returned their great haunted house game - and it's sequel, The 11th Hour - to modern PCs.
SG Interactive has just released a new game for PC called Crossfire: Europe. You can play various gameplay modes such as Hero Mode, which is all about surviving mobs of infectious mutants. Don't fret because you will be able to fight them off with your handy dandy grenade launcher! From the Press Release
Take the classic surviving the zombie horde inside a building formula. Throw in some humor, unique music, crazy weapons and power-ups, and some bizarre characters, and you now know what the game Dead Block is like. Well, the hit title is now being released on PC for the first time ever!
What's the best way to make an awesome RPG even better? By casting legions of the undead as the main characters and enemies in the game of course!
Developed and Distributed by Alawar Entertainment Rated ? (for who the hell knows) Available for PC
Ever since Dawn of the Dead, malls and horror movies have proved to be a near perfect combination. The new PC game from Alawar Entertainment, Spooky Mall (review here), now takes that relationship a step further. Read on for details.
Flying Turtle's new action platformer A Walk in the Dark takes place in a surreal dark fantasy world, and who doesn't love that?!? Check out some new screenshots and more!
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Exclusive - Dread Central’s First Look at Batman: Arkham City and Video Interview with Dax Ginn
Rocksteady Studios did something almost unheard of with 2009’s Batman: Arkham Asylum; they made a game based on the Dark Knight that not only didn’t suck, but was actually one of the best games released that year. How do they plan on following up their initial salvo into the world of the Caped Crusader, you ask? By upping the stakes and making everything bigger and badder.
Remember the good ol' days of point-n-click adventure gaming when companies like Sierra and Lucas Arts were creating wildly original stories and worlds to explore instead of all the first-person shooter nonsense we see today?
Zoey, Francis, Bill, and Louis are about to meet up with Coach, Ellis, Nick, and Rochelle by way of an all-new meaty bit of downloadable content for Left 4 Dead 2 coming next spring for the Xbox 360 and PC. As if you needed another reason to buy and play this incredible game!
How we loved every second spent in Rapture. There's no doubt the original BioShock earned every bit of its Game of the Year award upon its release and its sequel BioShock 2 looks to be delivering more of the goods we've come to love and then some. Don't believe me? Check out the new trailer for the game dubbed, "Siren Alley". Synopsis
The time for gamers to blow the piss out of the Nazi undead is right around the corner, and to celebrate this gore-soaked occasion, Activision has dropped the official Wolfenstein launch trailer on us!!
With the release of Wolfenstein just around the corner, Activision has seen fit to drop a pretty nifty behind-the-scenes video on us for you guys to dig on!
Hmmm ... let's see. Left 4 Dead four levels of Zombie mayhem. Call of Duty: World at War four levels of Zombie mayhem. Sadly, no matter how much we love L4D, we have to concede that with the addition of the new Zombie map “Der Riese”, COD:WaW levels the playing field a bit in terms of pure co-op against the living dead fun.