Now that Paradox Interactive and Arrowhead Game Studios’ over-the-top, action movie cliché-ridden four-player PC brawler, The Showdown Effect, has moved into its open beta phase, the folks behind the game have decided it’s time to introduce the masses to the characters who make up the roster in a new “Meet the Cast” trailer.
There just aren’t enough games out there dedicated to four players kicking the ever-loving crap out of each other. Thankfully, Paradox Interactive and Arrowhead Game Studios have come to the rescue, introducing The Showdown Effect. Now that everyone can sign up to take part in the game’s beta, the folks behind the scenes are celebrating with a brand new, action-movie inspired trailer.
A new update is inbound for War of the Roses and that's reiterated quite strongly in a new trailer showcasing the new map and content. The content itself is called “Winter has Arrived” and will be available beginning December 20th. There will be two new holiday-inspired weapons based on real-world sword and dagger designs and two brand new maps called Waketown and Towton.
The new DLC for Paradox Interactive's A Game of Dwarves focuses on the sci-fi elements of subterranean mining. In fact, the DLC for the strategy-based mining game is called “Star Dwarves” and it gives your miniature miners a wealth of sci-fi furnishings, gadgets, gizmos and tools. There are also a few space monsters to contend with, too.
Death is final in the upcoming update for Paradox Interactive’s medieval strategic battle game, War of the Roses, introducing the new game mode, Pitched Battle. There will also be a bunch of new gear for players to outfit their soldiers with, perhaps making that whole “death” thing an easier status to deliver to your opponents as well as avoid yourself.
Paradox Interactive and Zeal Studios' latest dungeon-digging strategy game, A Game of Dwarves has officially launched and the launch trailer for the game marks the milestone that the game is finished and done and currently available for purchase. The launch trailer is a lighthearted affair that gives gamers a brief overview of some of the things you can go in A Game of Dwarves.
Paradox Interactive's colorfully robust strategy game A Game of Dwarves just received a new trailer showcasing some of the various types of dwarves that will be at your disposal...or er, care-taking.
Paradox Interactive and Fatshark have today announced the contents of the first batch of DLC content for the massive melee warfare game, War of Roses, showing off all sorts of new pointy objects with which to dispatch one's foes. Also, winter is coming.
Talesworld has announced that Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord is coming. The series has become extremely popular within underground sects of the PC gaming and modding community, offering up plenty of unscripted hours of fun and adventure, not to mention the 200-plus player multiplayer that has spawned its own meta-culture.
Paradox Interactive announced the official release dates for two of their upcoming games, both War of the Roses and A Game of Dwarves. These two games have picked up quite a bit of steam for their original premises and hard hitting ambitions. Both games are set for release this October.
A new gameplay trailer was released for the upcoming strategy game from Paradox Interactive, A Game of Dwarves. One of the comments best described the trailer as a cool, underground version of the upcoming game, Castle Story. Realistically, after watching both trailers, it does appear as if A Game of Dwarves is an underground rendition of Castle Story.
If you wanted to test your medieval mettle in a gritty, no-holds-barred PvP game that pits wit versus brawn and twitch-skills versus cahones, then you'll probably want to play Paradox Interactive and Fatshark Studios' latest title, War of the Roses, which has just entered beta testing for the public.
Paradox Interactive announced that a new Europa Universalis is on the way. Europa Universalis 4, a grand strategy game, is due in the second half of 2013 on the PC.
It’s a little known fact that wizards enjoy some sporting competition as much as the next guy. It is with that fact in mind that Paradox Interactive has officially launched the “WOOT” DLC pack for Magicka, adding all sorts of new content to allow spell-casters the opportunity to go one on one in a number of events.
Fatshark and Paradox Interactive's upcoming medieval action romp recently had a tournament in the midst of the game's beta testing. A new trailer has surfaced with footage from the tournament, giving gamers a slight look at what to expect from the final game.