We wrote quite a few newspieces on The Sinking City, the Lovecraftian detective game from Frogwares Studios and what was then called Bigben Interactive. The game’s publisher has since changed its name to NACON, and is now under fire from Frogwares, being accused of a breach of contract among other things. Caught in the middle: the game, which has been removed from most digital markets.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse was first announced by Paradox Interactive, Cyanide Studio and Focus Home Interactive in January of 2017. In 2018 BigBen Interactive was announced as its distributor. In 2019 it gained the subtitle “Earthblood,” and last week we were promised a trailer very soon.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse was first announced by Paradox Interactive and Focus Home Interactive in January of 2017. In 2018 BigBen Interactive was announced as its distributor. In 2019 it gained the subtitle “Earthblood,” but the one thing we have yet to see is any footage or pics of the game itself. That’s about to change.
Last June Warhammer Chaosbane launched for Playstation 4, XBox One and PC. The man who composed the soundtrack for that game was Chance Thomas, a professional whose resume includes games like DOTA 2, The Lord of the Rings Online and King Kong. Warhammer Chaosbane was his most recent project, and in this new video, Thomas reveals the secrets to his composition process.
Irish developer Black Shamrock is currently working on converting the classic tabletop RPG Paranoia into a full-fledged video game. For those unfamiliar with the original, you and the other players are under the watchful eye of a power-hungry, paranoid and irrational AI known as Friend Computer. You want to keep Friend Computer happy, but you also have to figure out how to break free from its control, without it realizing your scheme.
Warhammer Chaosbane is almost upon us! In a matter of days the action-RPG will launch on consoles and PC — a bit earlier if you shelled out for the Super Duper Calafragilistic Collectors Limited Edition Thing. But publisher Bigben and developer Eko Software want you to know that the end of the game isn’t really the END of the game. They have their DLC plans all roadmapped out, and today they shared it all with us.
If you missed the first closed beta for Warhammer: Chaosbane, you’ve got a second chance. The second beta beings today for those who hold a preorder (and it’s not too late to get one and qualify). Here’s what you’ll find awaiting you:
When the latest trailer for The Sinking City was released without a street date attached, we theorized it might be suffering a delay. We were correct as developer Frogwares Studios assigned a new release date for the game as of today: June 27. In the words of Frogwares, “Too many games came out now so we prefer to get out the way.”
Today is the day! If you have the preorder ticket, you can start playing the closed beta for Warhammer: Chaosbane for an entire week. The servers will shut down March 13 at 1 AM Pacific, but until then, here’s what you can play through…
The next Warhammer game is on the way! Bigben Interactive and Eko Software’s Warhammer: Chaosbane is now on track for a June 4 general release, but you can start playing earlier than that if you really want to.
Bigben Interactive and Frogwares Studios have been hyping up The Sinking City for months now. What else could they have to show us? Believe it or not, they haven’t gotten around to revealing gameplay footage yet. But it’s here now, in the brand-new “Detective Trailer.”
Warhammer: Chaosbane is on the way! It’s coming this April to Playstation 4, XBox One and PC. It’s time to meet the first of its four playable characters: the drawf Bragi Axebiter.