I’ve set up a Facebook Page and a Google+ plus for my site, rather that having additional accounts to maintain they have been set-up as fan pages, but I’ve been trailing push my blog posts updates out to those platforms, which isn’t too bad.
The follow up game to Supergiant’s game Bastion is due out next month and I’m very excited. The game is another RPG but with a Sci-Fi theme and the artwork has a very Art Deco feel to it, while still keeping the isometric view.
The female protagonist called is a popular singer called Red who comes into possession of a mysterious large blue sword and ends up being pursued but forces that seemingly want to capture it and her for reasons unknown.
Supergiant Games have decide to step away from Warner Bros. and are looking to publish the game themselves, which considering they game is funded by them as well is a big step for an “indie” studio.
This title mimics the last as it also features the musical talents of Darren Korb and vocals of Ashley Barrett, the work of whom made Bastion a very enjoyable experience.
The song on the trailer is a great taster of what I expect to hear in Transistor.
Today is the 10th anniversary of the launch of the City of Heroes game. Sadly the game
The game is remembered by the fans, the community still talk about the game, memories of it and what the future holds on sites such as the Titan Network and Facebook groups, not forgetting the chatter over at Missing Worlds Media or the recreated official website over at http://cityofheroes.ca
Only yesterday I had a conversation about not yet finding a substantial replacement for the game, even in it’s basic format there is still nothing comparable on the gaming scene, whether single or multi-player format.
Following on from the previous Lore Q & A the 2014 edition has been completed and is filled with some great information for fans of the game.
— Matt Miller (@MMODesigner) April 28, 2014
Since I have been away for a week and a little under the weather I haven’t got many posts typed up, so I thought I would share some Screenshots from The Elder Scrolls Online.
There are many to occasions where you spot a great visual as your playing but as I tend to favour removing the UI when possible I miss them on the first pass, but mostly as fighting without the UI is a tad tricky.