Some good old fashioned death match is just what the doctor ordered.
Roll on 13th May
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Remember the rather excellent Descent? Overlord comes directly from the original developers of Descent, Revival Productions, and is considered to be a ‘spiritual successor’ to the series. Unfortunately, though, it’s barely over halfway towards its $300k goal with a mere four days to go before its 11th March deadline.
“We’ve put his demo together in a hurry, and though we’ve done as much as we can to make it perfect, it still has some rough edges,” Revival said of this prototype. “And of course we’re still very early in development – we’re showing off a few sample levels and some cool weapons and robots, but there’s lots and lots more to come.”
“We want as many people as possible to get hands-on experience with Overload. We are proud of this project and feel the teaser shows the potential of where Overload will go with the right support.”
I’d back it, but I’m broke.
I’ll happily buy it if it does see a release.
Microsoft has announced that UK developer Lionhead Studios is to close.
Also Fable Legends, originally due for release this year for Xbox One and Windows 10, has been canned with the beta ending at 3pm on Wednesday, 13th April 2016
Those who have access to the closed beta can continue playing the game until this time. All those who have bought gold will get a full refund.
“After much consideration we have decided to cease development on Fable Legends, and are in discussions with employees about the proposed closure of Lionhead Studios in the UK,” Microsoft Studios Europe GM Hanno Lemke said.
“Additionally, we will close Press Play Studios in Denmark, and sunset development on Project Knoxville.
Lionhead was founded in 1996 by Peter Molyneux who left the company shortly after the release of Fable: The Journey to form indie developer 22Cans.
It’s true that Lionhead won”t be so much remembered for their output, but more for many of Molyneux’s ideas failing to live up to the designers lofty ambitions. With that said I rather enjoyed the first Fable game. Pity about the sequels.
The very best of luck to all the employees at Lionhead.
If you’ve been looking at the “mainstream” press recently, you might have seen them quoting verbatim press releases about a new retro cartridge based videogame console called the Coleco Chameleon.
This machine was touted as a callback to gaming of the past, using Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology to accurately simulate old console hardware with astonishing accuracy that software emulation cannot match, backwards compatible with pretty much every system via cartridge adapters, along with new all-original titles released on carts developed by members of the console homebrew community.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? That’s because it is.