Dragon Age II review: Dragon Age II's direction is going to make old-school RPG fans likely ask why BioWare is courting the masses of console players instead of them
Gamefroot is a free online game development tool, released last month by Wellington-based firm Instinct Entertainment. It's aimed at artists, storytellers, junior game developers, “noobs”, and people who can’t code.
Anyone who's played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has dreamed of actually shouting someone off a cliff, right? Well, the Xbox version of the game will support more than 200 voice commands by the end of this month.
New Zealand developers Grinding Gear Games have raised more than $245,000 by allowing gamers to pre-purchase in-game currency ahead of RPG Path of Exile's as-yet-unannounced launch date.
Grinding Gears Games, the New Zealand Development house behind Path of Exile, has been quietly working on the beta since August last year. Today, it announced that it would open the Beta for public access this weekend, March 30-April 1.
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