Homefront: The Revolution is almost entering into the development hell cycle. The game started off sounding promising but has devolved into a bit of a nightmare. Things have become more murky after news broke that the game has been delayed to 2016.
After scarfing down enough Thanksgiving food to keep you stuffed for days on end, what better way to finish off the night than by watching a video depicting 60 gory kills in under 60 seconds, with guts, heads, gore and blood spraying everywhere? I honestly can't think of a better way to finish off the night.
Fatshark Studios and Deep Silver are riding the Dead Island train to the farthest extent of success that they can muster with Escape Dead Island. The game puts players in the role of a fellow seemingly trapped on an island full of the undead. The only thing is, he's not in his right mind.
The newest trailer for the game offers a glimpse into the open-world, first-person, multiplayer gameplay as well as some of the tools of the trade that will be at the player's disposal.
The Xbox One is losing yet another exclusive. Crytek recently sent out word to any and everyone who would be willing to post the news that the former Xbox One exclusive, Ryse: Son of Rome, will be coming to PC and that it will support 4K resolution.
It appears that Koch Media, the parent company of Deep Silver, beat them to the punch. It's been made known today that Homefront: The Revolution will no longer be handled by Crytek.
That's right, Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, based on the popular post-apocalyptic novel, will be getting re-released – both games in the same package – for the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 on August 26th.
Crytek and Deep Silver released a brand new trailer for Homefront: The Revolution, previously known as the tentative Homefront 2 when leaked images first surfaced,
Suda 51’s latest off-the-wall action game, Killer is Dead will finally make its way to PC on May 9. Deep Silver today announced that the PC port will be a special “Nightmare Edition” of the game, offering additional content and available at retail and digitally for $19.99.
Deep Silver has announced that they need a troll-resistant community manager for the upcoming game, Dead Island: Epidemic. Do you qualify? Are you troll-resistant? Can you withstand the flames of fanboys that can sometimes exceed degrees of over 9000? Well, if you have a flameproof jock-strap or chastity belt on hand, you might want to consider joining Deep Silver's ranks.
Metro: Last Light's third downloadable content pack will be arriving next week. The Developer Pack provides four new activities for players of this post-apocalyptic shooter.
Releasing on the same week as Grand Theft Auto V, Saints Row IV has some new DLC that Volition and Deep Silver hopes will keep you from tuning into Rockstar's seventh generation magnum opus.
The Dubstep gun in Saints Row IV has captivated many gamers, bringing together torn apart families, bridging the gap of music tastes between jilted lovers, and arousing laughs from scorned adulterers. In a way, the Dubstep gun is peace. With that in mind, Volition has decided to branch out and bring in even more gamers by allowing the Dubstep gun to embody even more powers.
Deep Silver has opened up the beta registration for Dead Island: Epidemic. Players can now sign up for a chance to try out Dead Island's unexpected foray into the multiplayer online battle arena genre.
One of the big things to happen in the AAA space is that if you manage to get a niche success that turns a moderate profit, the next step is to branch out that IP so that it hits more than just the market of gamers who love the property. In the case of the Metro franchise, the next game will be designed to hit more demographics due to being more accessible.