Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine during Sony's E3 presser on Tuesday. He had big announcements for both PS3 owners and gamers looking to purchase the handheld PS Vita.
BioShock and System Shock 2 developer Irrational Games (formerly 2K Boston) has been working on a secret project for the past two years. A few thousand rumors later, they're about to finally show us the game.
An interesting new E3 feature is up that asks, "What 10 video game worlds would you like to live in?"
A new trailer has surfaced for Gears of War 3 while The Heavy gets some explosive new screenshots and 2K announces a new XCOM game.
2K Games sent out word that a whole lot of new content is on its way for BioShock 2, including single and multiplayer DLC. Things will kick-start with the Sinclar Solutions Test Pack DLC
Valve announced today that BioShock 2 will be available through their digital games store Steam. They're offering a couple incentives for buying it through that service.
Following the announcement that 2K Boston was renaming itself Irrational Games, the rebranded company has begun a recruiting drive. The new job listings give some hint as to the nature of this new project.
Recently a group of ex-2K Australia employees decided to create their own independent studio, Iron Helmet Games. Their first game, a strategy game called Neptune's Pride, is in open beta. This weekend Blend Games had a chance to talk with Iron Helmet's founder Jay Kyburz
2K Boston, the studio that created the first BioShock, is changing its name. It will now go by "Irrational Games," the name it used before being purchased by Take-Two Interactive in 2006.
Volpin Props recently released some new wallpapers from a photoshoot involving a Big Daddy and Little Sister from 2K Games' BioShock.
If you own a decent gaming computer and still haven't played BioShock, GamersGate is giving you a chance to redeem yourself. The digital game shop is offering the underwater dystopia shooter for a mere $11.98 this weekend.
The week starting on July 12th and ending on July 18th was mainly composed of gaming news that was strictly about the games…for the most part.
Between July 5th and July 11th there were some interesting, shocking and revealing tidbits of news. Here at Blend Games we have compiled all the noteworthy news items throughout the week.
According to a press release sent out by 2K Games and Bethesda, the BioShock & The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Bundle is now available in North American stores. The bundle will be released internationally in mid-July.
GFI recently announced that they are working on a new third-person shooter called Steam Slug. The concept seems kind of cool especially considering that it’s a steam-punk version of Terminator.