EA Announces Create
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 5 comments
Electronic Arts' Play Label has announced Create, a new family friendly video game that "presents imaginative gameplay challenges where the solutions are fuelled by the creativity of the player." Developed by Bright Light the game is coming to a variety of platforms later this year including the Mac.
“Create uses families’ imaginations to develop new ways to play together that are both fun and challenging,” said Harvey Elliott, VP and General Manager at EA Bright Light. “We wanted to design a game where the entire family can explore, decorate, and solve challenges where no solution is wrong and the only limit is the imagination.”Create is scheduled for a November 2010 release. For more information follow the links below.
The more players explore the game, solve level-based challenges, and customize their world, the more rewards will be unlocked. Creativity will be unleashed as players design environments with easy-to-use brushes and tools, including textures, props and animating objects that bring the scene to life. On the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and MAC players can share any of their creations, solutions or challenges with the community through the console and also via the official Create website. Friends can download and remix solutions and set challenges for other players to download and complete. Imaginations will run wild this holiday!
WoW Cataclysm: Tirisfal Glades Preview
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Ten Ton Hammer has posted a new preview of Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming Cataclysm expansion for World of Warcraft. Cataclysm will allow players to adventure as two new playable races, bring their characters to level 85, take on challenging quests and dungeons in all-new zones, and experience dramatic changes to familiar aspects of the game in the wake of a world-shattering disaster. TTH's article focuses on changes to the Tirisfal Glades zone.
Moving northeast of the Zepplin towers players will find possibly the biggest change in the zone. Brill has undergone some amazing changes. Once a human town of old taken over by the Forsaken it was desperately in need of some serious repairs and it seems the Forsaken have finally taken the initiative and done just that. The once ramshackle village has been given a complete Forsaken upgrade. The buildings of Brill, while still the same in number, are bigger and have distinctly Forsaken architecture, however traces of the village’s human past still linger in the building design.Check out the full article at the link below.
Ten Ton Hammer: Tirisfal Glades Preview
A statue of Sylvanas now stands near the center of town, proudly proclaiming the loyalties of the local residents. Machines of war, including siege engines and plague machines, dot the town. Even the small tent covering the Trade Supplier has been given a Forsaken upgrade. The most exciting change, however (especially for low level players) is the addition of Brill’s very own Bat Handler. The graveyard outside of Brill remains untouched, however it does look significantly better as the grass regains it’s health.
World Of Warcraft: Cataclysm
Heroes Of Newerth Free To Play Through August 9
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 1 comment
S2 Games has announced a free to play event for its Heroes of Newerth multiplayer combat game. Already underway, the free to play period will continue until August 9.
The game allows two teams of up to five players to take on the roles of heroes and work with AI controlled armies to destroy an enemy team's base. HoN features upgradeable skills, powerful items to purchase, VOIP controls, Clan Support, and dozens of playable Hero characters from which to choose.
Now is your chance to try out Heroes of Newerth 100% FREE! Play until August 9th with no content limitations! Just fill out the form at our website to create your account and play.Visit the page below for more information.
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iGame Radio Episode 109 Features Torchlight
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Episode 109 of Omaha Sternberg's iGame Radio podcast is now available for listening. The podcast features a review of Runic Games' Torchlight as well as commentary about StarCraft II launch events and other Apple related gaming news.
What’s inside this episode:Head over to the link below to check out the podcast.
iGame Radio: Podcast 109
- Omaha reviews Torchlight for the Mac by Runic Games. A lightweight 3rd person adventure dungeon crawl with fun monsters to defeat and cool swag to find. Comfort food for your Mac gaming habit.
- Omaha hosts alone as she talks about the StarCraft II launch, and whether it signals the beginning of the end of midnight launches.
- Apple has announced a new Mac Pro for August. Is it worth it to upgrade? Will it compete with other gaming machines?
- Other games for the Mac have been announced or released this past week, and Omaha talks a little about them all, including Ubisoft’s announcement of Assassin’s Creed 2 and Tom Clancy Splinter Cell: Conviction in their financial statements.
- No Plants vs Zombies 2 this year, and say goodbye to the dancing zombie, and hello to the disco zombie.
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