As expected for some time, the first title in a trilogy of Total War games based on the WARHAMMER license has been announced. As per the grand historical scope of the series, this new Total War game will let players relive the time when Human, Orc, Vampire, and Dwarven forces did battle against legions of the undead. So, just a little different to Rome then.
The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom was a wonderful left-of-field digital release from The Odd Gentlemen, so we're stoked they're the team bringing back the beloved King's Quest series.
The side-scrolling adventure series continues with Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power which is now available on Steam Greenlight as of today, and features a 10% discount for anyone who buys in, in the first week.
... from watching the trailer over and Over. And over! Which is what resident (and self-proclaimed) Star Wars expert Kosta did. So much so that he had some sort of Star Wars epiphany and decided to put together a list of things he noticed. Some of which actually relate to the game. Mostly, they read like the ramblings of a conspiracy theorist.