In the war on aliens, some problems are solved with the pull of a trigger. In Alien Fear, a new arcade-style, first-person shooter (FPS) from City Interactive, a fast-growing international publisher and developer of interactive entertainment, every problem is solved through superior firepower. Powered by the Unreal Engine 3, Alien Fear promises to deliver visceral, non-stop, run-and-gun action for the Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade and Sony PlayStation Network.
Alien Fear is a head-long rush of adrenaline-filled, close quarter combat where players assume the role of a highly trained elite commando on a mission of sabotage. Whether fighting across beautifully composed sci-fi vistas, or working co-operatively to buzzsaw your way through hordes of aggressive enemies, Alien Fear is a sustained burst of arcade aggression.
Alien Fear is currently in development for Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade and Sony PlayStation Network at City Interactive’s Bydgoszcz studio. Additional gameplay details and official release date will be announced in the near future.
Segun la web "e-hon.ne.jp", el dia 12 sale a la venta un nuevo numero de la revista Dengeki. En ella, segun la web, se anunciara un nuevo juego de "Nippon Ichi software".
El año pasado, Nippon Ichi mostro una imagen siendo este un teaser de un futuro juego de la compañia, este juego nuevo (el de la imagen) es un DungeonRPG, con customizacion de personaje, diseños en Alta Resolucion, etc.
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DICE is yet another studio preparing for the next-generation of consoles.
A job listing for a Senior Software Engineer reads:
“We believe in tailoring the role for the individual but tasks might include implementing new features and workflows for content creators, keeping track of performance and memory and optimizing for current- and next gen.”
It also says that the new staffer “will be a core part of an AAA game team where you will work with the Frostbite engine tech.”
One of the big rumors of late last year was that Sony is working on a Super Smash Bros-style game with all your favorite PlayStation characters. Now, a survey seems to suggest that the game will be called PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
We received a reader tip that an alleged Sony survey suggests the game is called PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, with the questionnaire asking how the tipster felt about the name:
Previous rumors suggested the name would be Title Fight, so it’s possible that both names are under consideration. Developer SuperBot Entertainment is generally thought to be the studio behind the project, with the help of Sony Santa Monica. Last year, PSLS uncovered that SuperBot is working on a “combat heavy” PS3 exclusive.
Separately, PSLS sources have confirmed to us that such a game is indeed in development, and will see an E3 reveal this year.
Who would you like to see in the game? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Project RPG has been unveiled by City Interactive and German studio Deck13.
The yet-to-be-named title will be helmed by Tomasz Gop, a former senior producer at The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings studio CD Projekt RED.
Still early in development, the action role-playing game will focus specifically on player skill to progress forward, with a story that is designed to be mirror users' own actions and playstyle through its vision and ideologies.
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The world is set 1,000 years after the death of a God, whose corpse is a mountain that splits the world into two sides, each with their own philosophy.
Players will cross the border between the two sides early in the game, and must decide to align with one or the other.
> Read our preview of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
The approach to combat is inspired by Dark Souls, Kingdoms of Amalur and Batman: Arkham City, in that it features systems that are simple to grasp but filled with depth.
Enemies will be designed to be recognisable not by their appearance but their behaviour and fighting style.
It has also already been confirmed to feature a New Game Plus option after completion.
Project RPG is currently entering its prototype phase, and is scheduled to be released on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC sometime in 2013.
Watch the announcement trailer for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings below: