Firaxis and 2K announced that their exclusive iOS haunting-strategy game, Haunted Hollow, is now available for Apple's iOS powered devices. In addition to announcing the availability of the game, they also released a brand new launch trailer to show off all the features of the title.
With Haunted Hollow due out tomorrow (as of the writing of this article) for iOS, Firaxis isn't leaving the mobile landscape alone and they're already primed and ready for their next mobile venture in the form of Sid Meier's Ace Patrol.
Firaxis Games is working on an upcoming mobile title called Haunted Hollow. It's a strategy-based title with elements of action, horror comedy and competitive multiplayer. Branching out from the typical bigger budget titles released for home PCs and consoles, Firaxis is trying their hand at unique mobile title all while trying to play by the rules so that their game isn't another pay-to-win cash-in.
Firaxis Games is mixing a little XCOM: Enemy Unknown into their other strategy game Civilization V. The upcoming Civ V expansion Brave New World will allow players to add XCOM troopers to their civilization's army.
Firaxis Games' XCOM: Enemy Unknown is headed to iOS devices. The strategy game will be playable on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch this summer.
Firaxis Games has announced a new strategy game for mobile devices. The Civilization and XCOM: Enemy Unknown studio will be releasing Haunted Hollow for iOS this spring.
Today Firaxis Games revealed Brave New World, the second expansion pack for Civilization V. Brave New World will bring new content to the strategy game, including two historical scenarios, this summer.
The alien invasion is set to continue as XCOM: Enemy Unknown prepares to deploy on Mac later this spring. Get locked and loaded Mac users, ‘cause you’re about to have your work cut out for you. XCOM: Enemy Unknown builds on the foundation established by 1994’s X-Com: UFO Defense.
If you are one of the strategy-heads who got swept away by last year's surprise hit, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, then chances are pretty good that you have been itching for some additional content to sink your teeth into these past few months. Never fear, for 2K Games and Firaxis Games have announced that the “Second Wave” content pack is now available on PC, Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.
Firaxis Games has big plans for extraterrestrial strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Following solid reviews and "strong digital sales," Firaxis parent Take-Two Interactive says that the developer will spend next year creating DLC.
Today 2K Games and Firaxis Games revealed that they're planning two DLC packs for strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown. The first add-on, called the Slingshot Content Pack, will be arriving soon with all-new gameplay. The Slingshot DLC adds a set of linked missions. Players will encounter a Triad operative and fight aliens in Chinese airspace
Reviews are pouring in for XCOM: Enemy Unknown and whether the sites are on Metacritic or not, the game is scoring massive wins in the review department by most major sites. The game is receiving a lot of general praise for design and gameplay, but there are still a few things that are keeping it from achieving a perfect score.
2K Games and Firaxis' turn-based strategy game, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, is now officially available in North America for home consoles and PC. The game will launch internationally later this week on Friday, October 12th.
If you can't wait a few days to see the intro cinematic in all its AAA glory when the game releases for home consoles and PC, then you can cheat yourself out of a few minutes of cinematic glory by watching the new clip right here, right now.
Cliffy B is hanging up his fanboy boots. Yeah, he's leaving Epic and the gaming industry for a while. The good news is that it looks like someone else is aiming to fill the shoes of the gaming industry's charismatic frontman of game development and it just might be Firaxis' Jake Solomon, the lead design for XCOM: Enemy Unknown.