The lights are on
Indie developer The Behemoth announced last year that their critical
and commercial success Castle Crashers would be making its way to PSN.
Since then, few details have dropped about the status of the port.
This latest batch of screenshots for prove that
there are still plenty of horrifying monsters left roaming the halls of
Dracula's castle. You'll need friends to take these creatures down.
Crystal Dynamics released a pair of screens and key art today,
showcasing the intriguing new direction Lara Croft and the Guardian of
Light is taking is taking the Tomb Raider franchise.
Looks like Smart Bomb
Interactive will soon give us a reason to return to the cockpit with
upcoming DLC: Suppertime of Destruction.
We’ve got the scoop on what's worth your time.
Even better, both versions of the game are going to be available in 3D.
With PAX just around the corner we can expect to hear a few exciting
video game announcement. Ubisoft has jumped the gun already and has
started to tease that it will be revealing a new downloadable game for
Xbox Live and PSN called Outland.
Apparently it's been a long time since a new 2D Worms game has appeared
on PC. Now Worms Reloaded is going to end the dry spell on August 26.
Today THQ and Double Fine have announced an add-on for downloadable hit,
Stacking. The Lost Hobo King will be released in early April.
BioShock 2 DLC for PC was recently canceled due to "technical and
timing issues," but good news has come along: Development for the extra
content is back on. PC players can expect Protector Trials and
Minerva’s Den as well as a patch headed their way soon.
What's the budget-conscious gamer have to look forward to this week? Check out this week's console downloads.
Find out what happens when the Silver Age is invaded by a foul-mouthed star.