|Wednesday, September 21, 2011|
IMG Reviews DiRT 2, OOTP 12, and Creeper World 2
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Inside Mac Games has posted three new reviews today. Articles featuring Feral Interactive's DiRT 2, OOTP Development's Out of the Park Baseball 12, and Knuckle Cracker's Creeper World 2: Redemption are now available to read.
Here are some excerpts:
DiRT 2:Check out the full reviews at the pages linked below.
IMG Review: DiRT 2
This game is chock full of content. There's an extensive career mode that takes you all around the world with 8 different race types. You can free race at any time, or even take up challenges from other racers and friends. There are tracks all over the USA, Europe and Asia and it's thrilling to try them all and redo your favorites. Map variety and environments are great, from dusty mountainous stretches of Utah, to moody verdant landscapes of Croatia.
Out of the Park Baseball 12:
If youíre looking for a baseball management game that gives you complete control over your team as a general manager and/or manager, the ability to play current, historical, fictional, international and major and minor league teams, and mix and match them into whatever type of league you want, you should look no further than OOTP. Oh, yes, and online play is available as well so you can test yourself against other would-be GMs. The degree of control is sometimes overwhelming, but the options should appeal to fans of sports management games.
Creeper World 2: Redemption
As you go from level to level, you'll continually get new tools to use until a certain point when you're essentially maxed out on technology. From that point on, the levels start to take some extremely creative directions and require you to think very carefully about how you'll approach them. For example, in one level you start surrounded by pockets of the creeper and not enough resources to have a hope to destroy it all when it breaks through the crumbling rocks surrounding it. In addition, homing missiles of creeper are counting down their launch towards your floating fortress. What do you do? You break through the ground, fly into a cavern pocket, build up a hasty network of generators, create a wall of lasers, manufacture the defense against flying creeper, and rush like crazy to clear everything out before your objective is destroyed.
IMG Review: Out Of The Park Baseball 12
IMG Review: Creeper World 2 - Redemption
Out Of The Park Baseball 12
Creeper World 2: Redemption
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MacGameCast 11 Now Available
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 4 comments
Inside Mac Games' podcast crew has released the eleventh MacGameCast. IMG's Jon Carr, Ted Bade, and Franklin Pride discussed a variety of topics including DiRt 2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and Duke Nukem Forever.
What's in this episode:
The MGC gang talks about all the recent Feral goodness with DIRT 2, Batman Arkham Asylum and Deus Ex Human Revolution. Frank has a rant about boring Tower Defense games and a few TD games that do it right. We talk about some new game ideas for developers and the lack of more divergent gameplay. Ted gives us his Duke Nukem Forever thoughts and comments. Portal is free till September 20th and more MGS updates. I think today is backwards day since I wind up calling them Fred and Tank.Follow the link below to listen to MacGameCast 11.
Pre-Order Batman: Arkham Asylum From MGS
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Feral Interactive's upcoming action adventure Batman: Arkham Asylum is now available for pre-order from Macgamestore.com, and will be released on Thursday, October 13th, 2011. The game puts players in the role of the caped crusader who is trapped in Arkham Asylum with The Joker and Gotham City's most notorious villains.
Developed by Rocksteady Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment with DC Entertainment for game consoles and Windows PC, Batman: Arkham Asylum features an original story by Paul Dini, Batman writer and five-time Emmy Award-winner. Batman: Arkham Asylum pushes the envelope for action, adventure and superhero games, delivering a dark, atmospheric and entertaining adventure. Batman: Arkham Asylum for the Mac can be pre-ordered now for $39.99 (USD).
In Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman finds himself trapped inside the confines of Gothamís psychiatric hospital for the criminally insane, Arkham Asylum. The Joker has set a trap for The Dark Knight and has conspired with the deranged inmates to destroy Gotham. Gamers will move in the shadows, instigate fear amongst their enemies and confront The Joker and Gotham Cityís most notorious villains including Harley Quinn, Bane, Killer Croc, Poison Ivy and Scarecrow, who have taken over the asylum.
This unique, dark and atmospheric adventure game puts players right in the action as they take the role of The Dark Knight and use a wide variety of moves and gadgets to foil The Jokerís demented scheme.
Adding to the authenticity of the game are veteran animated Batman voice talents Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy, who reprise their roles as The Joker and Batman respectively
Batman: Arkham Asylum
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Unreal Engine 3 Development Kit Adds Mac Support
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 5 comments
Epic Games recently announced the release of the September 2011 UDK Beta, the latest version of the Unreal Development Kit. The big news for Apple computer fans is that the UDK now offers Mac support, a long awaited development.
Mac OS Support for UDK Games!For more information follow the links below.
Unreal Engine 3 Mac
- UDK games can now run on Mac OS
- Every UDK game's potential user base has increased dramatically yet again
- September 2011 UDK contains a preview of our Mac OS support
Unreal Engine 3 supports developing for Apple's Macintosh platform for easy cross-platform distribution. The development process is virtually identical for games to be run on the Mac platform, but the packaging and deployment process does require some additional steps.
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