Guns of Icarus Online , also known as That Video Game Where You Shoot Things From A Steampunk Dirigible , launches on October 29 and is available now for pre-order on Steam, for PC and Mac. Guns of Icarus Online is on sale during the pre-order frenzy, selling at 25 percent off for the standard edition, at $15. The Collectors Edition is 24 percent off, for $25, and includes the Captain’s Costume Pack and the soundtrack
Should you prefer your dungeon crawlers even more traditional than Torchlight 2 , or if you just want your absolute fill of the stuff, Realms of Ancient War may be worth a gander. French studio Wizarbox, who developed RAW over the last two years, is openly proud of its game’s familiar blueprints
Demons’ Score , the Square Enix rhythm game littered with all-star Japanese composers, is now available on the App Store for $6.99. Developed by iNiS, the game combines Ouendan -style rhythm action with on-rails combat. Also, it features a talking teddy bear and an array of outlandish costumes that would make Final Fantasy X-2 proud.
The Dark Souls ‘Artorias of the Abyss’ downloadable content is coming to Xbox Live Marketplace and PlayStation Network on October 24 in Europe and Australasia. The DLC contains the additional content of the Prepare to Die edition recently released on PC. It will cost 1200 MSP on XBLM, and $14.99 on PSN
It looks like fans will have to wait for Baldur’s Gate to swing open once again, as Beamdog head Trent Oster has revealed that Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition has been delayed. Writing in the Baldur’s Gate forums , Oster noted that the overwhelming response to the project – and the resulting influx of volunteers, additions and fixes – has lead Beamdog to push the project back from September 18 to November 30.
We knew that Ubisoft’s Rayman Legends would be launching on the Wii U sometime this Christmas season , but now we know specifically when, at least in Europe: November 30. The game was announced as a European Wii U launch title during the UK Nintendo Direct event this morning.
Nintendo today announced a Wii U launch date of November 30 for Europe, with the prices as yet unavailable for either the Basic or Premium sets that are coming to stores. As with the 3DS launch, Nintendo says the final price in Europe will be determined by retailers, with no RRP set as yet. Nintendo of Europe announced the launch details during a Nintendo Direct broadcast, which ran at the same time as Nintendo of America’s New York event this afternoon.