174 posts tagged PC
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174 posts tagged PC
Steam Trading Cards?
It’s actually a bit more than that, sure there are cards you collect from playing select Steam games, but you can also craft these virtual pieces of paper into Steam badges. Also, there is profile levels, badge XP, unlockable profile backgrounds and more. Read about it all here or join the beta here.
Scribblenauts Unmasked - A DC Comics Adventure
Maxwell and his trusty magic notebook are back! Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has confirmed Scribblenauts Unmasked – A DC Comics Adventure, a new game that combines beloved Scribblenautsgameplay in combination with thousands of DC Comics super heroes and villains! Powered by imagination and packed with new puzzle-solving missions and legendary locales like Gotham City, Scribblenauts Unmasked brings fans the best of the DC Comics and Scribblenauts franchises. Scribblenauts Unmasked will be available for the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS and PC this fall.
Terraria for PC may be seeing new content soon?
If you head over to the official Terraria forums, Redigit (a dev) asks a “hypothetical” question.
Okay, let me pose a hypothetical. Say I am considering doing an update for the PC version of Terraria… In the event that such a thing were to take place, what would be some things that you would be interested in seeing?
If you have anything you’d like to see, you should go join in on the conversations.
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Bethesda Says “Dragonborn” Expansion Is Coming To PS3 Early Next Year
Although the content is already available on XBox Live, Bethesda appear to be hard at work making the other DLC and expansions available to PS3 owners.
“On PS3 in particular, we turned our attention to Dragonborn, as we thought it was the best content to release first, and we didn’t want folks to wait longer. Once it’s ready to go for everyone, we’ll continue our previous work on Hearthfire and Dawnguard for PS3. Each one takes a lot of time and attention to work well in all circumstances and all combinations of DLC. Once we have a better idea of release timing and pricing, we’ll let you know.”
The expansion has received near-universal acclaim on the 360, and Bethesda still plan on releasing the unreleased content from Skyrim soon as well on the PS3.
Bungie’s New IP “Destiny” Leaked
Earlier today, images and details of Destiny, the new series from acclaimed ex-Halo developer, Bungie, were leaked from company’s ad agency to IGN.
The plot details from the leak read as follows: “Our story begins seven hundred years from now in the Last City on Earth, in a Solar System littered with the ruins of man’s Golden Age. A massive, mysterious alien ship hangs overhead like a second Moon. No one knows where it came from or what it’s here for, but only that it’s our protector. Meanwhile, strange, alien monsters creep in from the edge of the universe, determined to take Earth and the Last City. We are young ‘knights’ tasked with defending the remains of humanity, discovering the source of these monsters and – eventually – overcoming it.”
The leak also stated that this series is going to be more accessible to all ages and a “mythic adventure” for “your inner seven year old,” even going as bold to compare the new project to Star Wars.
It is still unclear what type of game Destiny will actually be. Previous rumors suggested that the series would be an MMO experience, and they have yet to be denied by Bungie. With the aim to target an “all-ages” audience, it’s unlikely the title will be a first-person shooter, but it’s entirely up in the air as of now.
Bungie responded to the leak with a post on its website with the above picture and the following statement: “Go ahead. Take a peek. It’s alright. We weren’t quite ready, but we will be soon, and we can’t wait to finally show you what we’ve really been up to. Stick around, we haven’t even started yet.”
Head on over to the source here at IGN for more (gorgeous) images and details from the leak.
Destiny is planned to be released over four main games, each two years apart, starting in the fall of 2013, with a significant DLC pack between each major release.