Archive for September, 2009
Full Walkthrough here
This looks like someone took a few physics classes and built a finely tuned game around that. Particle and fluid dynamics, phase changes (solid/liquid/gas), magnetism, miscibility… These guys and gals are programmer’s programmers. I hope this is as fun and polished as Eden and Monsters were.
It’s still crazy that they held a big naming contest and ended up with something as generic as “Shooter”.
I know dev times for some console games can take forever and a half this gen but Digi-Guys’ Wardevil has been in media limbo since it was first revealed seemingly ages ago. It’s been so long that some have written the game off as Vaporware.
If you’re one of the few who are still anxiously anticipating more info on WarDevil then you’re in luck. Digi-Guys has updated their webpage with some new ( yet still underwhelming ) images and a message;
“REVEALED OCTOBER 2009″
Infinity Ward said this via Twitter. “No plan for a Demo before launch. The entire team is focused on polish all the way up to ship of the full game.” Game is out 11.10.09
This is an interview conducted with the creators of PixelJunk Monsters at Tokyo Game Show last week. The game is for the PSP and includes a few new features, such as a new island, new trap tower and new enemies. Online play will also be included. It will be hitting the PlayStation Store this Thursday (currently as a download-only title, using about 68MBs) to coincide with the launch of the PSP Go.
Some classic Jim Henson movies this week (The Dark Crystal & Labyrinth). I’ve been thinking about re-watching The Dark Crystal for a long time, I liked it as a kid. There is also the 70th Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz and Monsters vs. Aliens.
Other highlights this week are: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, The Universe Seasons 1-3, Burst Angel: The Complete Collection (includes OVA). For the full list click here.
Anything for you this week?