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Archives August 2012 - LevelSave

Torchlight II gets a Release Date

Torchlight II gets a Release Date

Finally, with the summer coming to a close and children begrudgingly huffing off to school, a light begins shining in the first fallen leaves. It is a warm light, flickering and bobbing, offering hope to the downtrodden. It is the light of a torch, it is Torchlight II. Having played much too little of the beta, I am so pleased to announce that this game will be hitting digital shelves on September...[Read More]

Steamfeed – Greenlight is a Go

Steamfeed – Greenlight is a Go

This week, Steam has seen the emergence and redistribution of some great games. More exciting than that, though, is the Greenlight system! Lots of indie titles can be voted on by the community to help get them a spot on the Steam New Releases list and, by proxy, the Steamfeed. This exciting new forum is the place where good-quality, though under-appreciated, releases like UNepic, Cards and Kingdom...[Read More]

Into the Fray: The Villain in Me

Into the Fray: The Villain in Me

It is a question that has plagued man since the dawn of time… it is the eternal struggle… the fight between good and evil. In life of course we all strive to be the hero, the one people look to when they need help. For me however, video games changes that reality in an all too sadistic way. Playing as the villain is more fun than any hero story could have ever dreamed of being. Why sto...[Read More]

Reverb Backing Another Indie Game

Reverb Backing Another Indie Game

Recently publisher Reverb has been throwing their support behind a slew of indie games, the latest of which comes from 2 Dawn Games. Ravaged is a mix of genres featuring 1st person shooting, vehicular combat both on ground and in air, and even massive tactical battles featuring up to 32 players online. A closed beta is currently being conducted and players can sign up now. Everyone attending the u...[Read More]

Painkiller Hell & Damnation Teaser Trailer

Painkiller Hell & Damnation Teaser Trailer

This title is looking pretty spiffy thus far. Being an overhaul of a previously released game, (Painkiller, 2004) and a pretty good one at that, I have my doubts as to the necessity of such a project. The teaser trailer for Painkiller Hell & Damnation is beautiful, and the game itself will be utilizing the Unreal 3 engine. These things combined, while not speaking directly to quality, are a go...[Read More]

Capcom’s Newest IP, Remember Me gets a May Release Date, Screenshots and Trailers

Capcom’s Newest IP, Remember Me gets a May Release Date, Screenshots and Trailers

Well didn’t we think we were in for a treat when Ubisoft revealed their newest IP at E3? Everyone loves a new game, with a fresh story, new and interesting characters, right? Well how much more blessed are we that Capcom has announced a new IP as well? During this year’s Gamescom, Capcom revealed Remember Me. Check out the announcement trailer below. A third-person action adeventure, s...[Read More]

F’in Saved 12: Weeeeeeee…

F’in Saved 12: Weeeeeeee…

I got this idea while browsing the internet for Slender related things. It seems that there has been a huge backlash against the game, calling it “lazy” and “not scary.” My mind raced to try and come up with a reason as to why people had such vitriol for this game. I eventually arrived at the conclusion that these internet tough guy’s imaginations had died long, long ...[Read More]

Sherlock Gets A Release Date, Screenshots

Sherlock Gets A Release Date, Screenshots

September 25th North American gamers will be able to get their hands on a gritty and innovative game that will put them into the shoes of legendary sleuth Sherlock Holmes and his trusty partner Watson. Being developed by Frogwares The Testament of Sherlock Holmes will be available on the PS3, 360 and PC September 25th in North America and September 20th in Europe. Mixing investigation gameplay wit...[Read More]

Hands On: Towns – A Good Mix of Genres

Hands On: Towns – A Good Mix of Genres

At first glance, this game doesn’t look much different from those click-and-collect, energy bar ridden, incredibly shallow -Ville games which permeate Facebook and have spawned dozens of even more gameplay-bereft clones. Yes, this game looks like FarmVille on the surface, but this indie town-building sim with RPG elements is well on its way to becoming a deep and complex game about settling ...[Read More]

Ghost Recon:Future Soldier gets *gasps* DLC!

Ghost Recon:Future Soldier gets *gasps* DLC!

Get ready to dust off that copy of Ghost Recon:Future Soldier kiddies, because Ubisoft have announced their 2nd DLC pack for the game. The pack,-going by the name of,”Raven Strike”-will be a throwback to the Ghost Recons of the old days, and will feature 4 new maps, 3 of them being brand new missions. Ubisoft also announced the development of future DLC for the near future, but for now...[Read More]

Orc Attack Finds A Publisher

Orc Attack Finds A Publisher

Later this year indie developer Casual Brothers will finally release the game that critics are already raving over. Having already won the Peoples Choice Award at the Develop Conference held in Brighton in 2011 and being named runner-up for the most promising indie game 2012 at the Game Connection. The game in question… why its Orc Attack of course. Players will finally have the chance to tu...[Read More]

New Art Academy 3DS – What can we expect?

New Art Academy 3DS – What can we expect?

Nintendo has decided the time is right for a follow up to the Art Academy 3DS game that got us all scribbling away on our handheld gaming devices back in 2009 – but what are the new features we can expect from the title? Well of course, you can anticipate the expert tutelage of Vince –the game’s in-house schoolmaster and artistic tipster – to be back, guiding you through a selection of classes and...[Read More]