Two brothers, hunkered down in a little southern town in Minnesota have come together to create a small indie studio, Dual Wield Software. After a year and a half of hard work, they are excited to showcase their first card battling game, The Regret of Vitrerran.
Hi, I’m Chad Waller, developer of the upcoming game The Regret of Vitrerran. If my name sounds familiar, it’s because I’m a writer for this site. That said, I wanted to give a small developer’s blog about my upcoming title which is currently being Kickstarted. Vitrerran is a real-time card game with bits and pieces … Continue reading Dual Wield Software Dev Diary: When Humble Beginnings Grow
The Sega/Gearbox lawsuit over the false marketing of Aliens: Colonial Marines rages onward, proving once again that the middle school drama surrounding the game is more interesting than the game itself. Today marked Sega’s turn at calling Gearbox a big, dumb doodyhead.
Independent studio Warpforged Games has taken to Kickstarter for their first project, Mark of War, a turn-based strategy game that promises to bring tabletop RPGs onto your PC or Mac.
Blizzard is increasing World of Warcraft’s monthly subscription fee in the United Kingdom according to a post on Battle.net, Blizzard’s official forum. These price increases will coincide with Warlords of Draenor, World of Warcraft’s fifth expansion.
The fate of the Darksiders franchise has been up in the air lately. THQ went bankrupt in 2012 and auctioned off Darksiders to Nordic Games in 2013, leaving those who worked for Vigil Games to the fend for themselves. After an unpaid 18 month stint with Crytek, what remained of the founding team left to … Continue reading Darksiders 3 is still a Possibility
Yesterday, EA announced a partnership with Microsoft to bring Access, a $4.99/$29.99 a year subscription service that grants access to EA’s “Vault” library (includes FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2, and Battlefield 4). Today, Sony spoke out to Game Informer, explaining why they turned down the service.