505 Games revealed today that their indie sandbox title Terraria is in development for Xbox One and PS4. They plan to show off the new-gen versions of the game in the near future.
Lovers of digging, crafting and questing, go ahead and bid farewell to your free time, because the stupid jerk-faces behind Terraria have gone and added in update 1.2, a free batch of DLC for the PS3, Vita and Xbox 360 versions of the build-it-yourself adventure game that adds a metric ton of new content.
While the October and November PlayStation sales charts offered a few surprises here and there, the majority of top-performing games for the last month of 2013 is pretty much what you would have expected, including the likes of Call of Duty, Battlefield, Assassins Creed and Grand Theft Auto.
Video games with back of the box bullet-point-worthy features like “a vast, open world” or “hundreds of hours of gameplay” tend to terrify me. Gamers typically see those grand statements as a major plus when it comes to their hobby of choice, a way of getting the most bang for their hard-earned buck. Partially because my own gaming habits are changing and partially because I know my own “Must experience everything!” nature far too well, I now find myself shying away from games that offer what is arguably too much content.
The holiday season is upon us and, out of nowhere, the PlayStation Vita is getting a rather large crop of titles for gamers on the go to enjoy heading into the New Year. The PS3 and PlayStation 4 are getting a little love this week too but, with games like Terraria, Eufloria HD and Mutant Mudds Deluxe popping up on the PSV, it's clear which of these consoles is Sony's “favorite child” this week.
Well that didn't take long. Andrew “Redigit” Spinks originally left the development scene of Terraria to take care of his family. The game made him millions and fans felt Spinks turned his back on them. Well, out of nowhere he released an update for Terraria and announced that Terraria 2 was coming.
Imagine a game that combines Terraria with The Legend of Zelda with Super Mario World and you have yourself a little something-something called Everworld Island. The game combines the creative emergent elements found in many other indie games out there while also combining the likes of traditional platforming titles.
The indie sandbox game Terraria is making its Android debut today. Re-Logic's sleeper hit can now be purchased through the Google Play Store for $4.99.
Terraria is the sort of game you either play for 10 minutes or for 50 hours. You'll either consider it a directionless waste of time or an engrossing mash-up of Metroid and Minecraft.
It’s a big day for Terarria as the 2D open world exploration game finally arrives on iOS and, at the same time, gets its own crossover content event with similar (though space-themed) action game, Edge of Space.
Starbound, often hailed as the spiritual successor to Terraria, is one of the most compelling indie games that isn't out yet. I can't wait to play this game as it encompasses so many of the awesome features that we love from emergent survival games. Well, one feature many gamers probably didn't know about was the music crafting or music playing, which you can see in the latest developer video.
Terraria has come a long way since its humble indie launch on PC a couple of years ago. Since then, the game has made its way to Steam and consoles, with a PlayStation Vita port coming sometime this summer. But creator Andrew Spinks isn't done with the game yet. He's partnered with 505 Games to bring Terraria to iOS, and both parties are pretty dang excited about how the game is shaping up.
The indie side-scroller Terraria is spreading to yet another platform. Publisher 505 Games says that the game will be hitting iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices sometime this summer.
If you haven’t gotten around to playing Terraria on PC or the PlayStation 3, well maybe being able to take the massive RPG adventure game with you on the go will help sweeten the pot. The folks over at 505 Games have announced that a PlayStation Vita version of Terraria is due out sometime this summer.
Terraria is finally ready to dig into home consoles, bringing its unique blend of classic RPG antics and Minecraft-esque goodness to the PlayStation 3 on March 26 and the Xbox 360 on March 27. For those of you who value your free time, consider this your warning.