Team Fortress 2: New Update Coming on 8 july

Written by igcompany on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 14:11.

Valve Software announced that will release on the 8 of july a new update for the Team Fortress 2 FPS.

This new update will bring a new map - Upward - for the payload mode, there will be some new mods for the Engineer class, the pistol will be replaced with a remorte control for sentry gun and the shotgun will be repleaced with a new gun - Frontier Justice.

Alpha Protocol: There won't be any sequel

Written by igcompany on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 14:05.

The president of Sega West announced in an interview for CVG that Alpha Protocol will not have any sequel because they didn't have any success with the sales. This announcement comes like a hit for the gamers who liked this game as soon as it has been released. With a price of 49,99$ this game looked like it didn't like for most of the gamers. Here is what Mike Hayes - Sega West president sayed:

"Let's speak very commercially; the game hasn't sold what we've expected, therefore we won't be doing a sequel," said Hayes.

"The concept was brilliant, though," he added. "You know this whole thing with Metacritic where you have to be in the high 70s to mid-80s minimum [to have any success] - well, with RPGs you have got to be in the late 80s."

Crysis 2: Release Date November 2010+Features

Written by igcompany on Monday, 05 July 2010 18:28.

Guess who's back, guess who's back ... It's CRYSIS 2!

EA presented at E3 a lot of details about this upcoming game that will be released at the end of the year.

After 2 beautifull games EA will try (wich is hard) to make Crysis 2 become even more popular that the other Crysis title already are.

An interesting detail about Crysis 2 is that the actions will jump from the jungle to the "urban jungle" like some EA speaker sayed. Crysis 2 next location is going to be New York!

Players will be able to fight huge creatures and to save(again) the planet from disaster. Crysis 2 is developed on the new Cry engine 3 from CryTek.

Here is the story as announced by CryTek and some screenshots to help you get a better ideea about what Cryengine 3 means.

Xbox 360, Playstation®3 and PC


Terrifying alien invaders stalk the streets of Manhattan, while a nightmare plague strikes down its human inhabitants. In the three years since the devastating extra-terrestrial attack in the South China Sea the aliens have regrouped and returned with a full invasion force. Now they plan to use their superior technology to wipe mankind from the face of the Earth. And they’re starting with its most iconic city.

New York is in chaos, its streets and skyline in smashed and flaming ruin. The military has been drafted in to control the situation and try to evacuate the public, but they are outmatched and most definitely outgunned.

Just when all hope seems lost, a soldier inherits a next-generation Nanosuit, the only means of survival in this carnage. Fighting his way through human and extra-terrestrial enemies alike, he must find a way to stand against the invaders – and somehow drive them back.


Next-generation Nanosuit

  • The technologically advanced Nanosuit 2.0 lets gamers switch back and forth between two key tactical modes, Stealth and Armor. Surprise the enemy with a creeping attack, or simply blast your way through each obstacle.

Vertical shift

  • New York offers spectacular opportunities for vertical gameplay. The player can jump between different stories or onto buses or trucks, drop down into craters and fissures in the city’s streets and leap from one building to another. There’s also a lot of freedom to strategize and attack from above, and thus gain an advantage.

Amazing aliens and AI

  • The challenging, best-in-class AI features unique systems for group coordination and group behavior, to give realistic responses to your actions.

Superior graphics

  • Crysis® 2 is built with CryENGINE® 3, the fastest high-end renderer in the world. This means you can expect benchmark-setting graphical performance, near-photorealism in every environment and extraordinary real-time special effects.

Stereoscopic 3D

  • For the first time with a Crytek game, you can play Crysis® 2 in stereoscopic 3D, one of the most exciting entertainment trends of the moment.

Crysis 2

(Some of you people who are living in New York may spot some well-known buildings :P)

GTA V To Be released in 2011?

Written by igcompany on Sunday, 04 July 2010 22:34.


GTA IV was a smashing title. All the people were talking about it. It brought something new to the gaming industry and all hardcore gamers were using this game when they wanted to benchmark their pc’s.

Niko Bellick took Carl’s place from Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and it looks like he played it’s role very well.

First GTA IV was released on consoles somewhere in march 2008 and then on pc in december. PC users where dissapointed (not that they weren’t used to it since Rockstar released a few titles after San Andreas only for the consoles) but then surprise! Pretty later somewhere in fall 2008 news came up that GTA IV will come on PC to.

But let’s not bore you with all these stories about the ex-GTA games. Is the time for the upcoming ones!

Maybe GTA IV done it’s work and is now the time to come up another GTA game .


GTA V can be released in 2011 and there are many things that shows us that.

Rockstar started to fell the success of GTA (on consoles and PC’s) and early after GTA IV release they released a couple of expansion packs.

GTA IV was released 3 years after GTA San Andreas.

Rockstar won’t be able to handle it with expansion packs so they will release a new game(maybe a smashing hit like they used us!)

So we can expect for GTA V to be released somewhere late 2011.

Of course till GTA V release we can expect to be released other expansion packs but all the gamers are looking forward for GTAV.

If they are planning on releasing GTA V (wich they probably already did like some roumors sayed) who will be the next character to entertain us? Who wii take Niko Bellic’s place?

Or it will be him again? What do you think?



Transformers(TM): War for Cybertron Highly-Anticipated Action Shooter

Written by igcompany on Sunday, 04 July 2010 22:25.


Transformers War for Cybertron

SANTA MONICA, Calif., June 22, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX News Network/ -- The legendary conflict between the AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS has come to a head, as Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) announced today that Transformers(TM): War for Cybertron has landed in retail stores nationwide. Developed by award-winning High Moon Studios and based on Hasbro's legendary TRANSFORMERS property, the game allows players to become the ultimate TRANSFORMERS weapon in the final, epic war set on the TRANSFORMERS home planet of CYBERTRON. Complete with full online co-op and a variety of deep, competitive multiplayer modes including the ability to create your own TRANSFORMERS character for the first time ever in a video game, Transformers: War for Cybertron is the title fans have been waiting for.

"Transformers: War for Cybertron has absolutely been a passion project from day one, a true reimagining of the franchise that transports gamers straight to the core of the TRANSFORMERS universe," said David Pokress, Head of Marketing for Licensed Properties, Activision Publishing, Inc. "Players will experience full online co-op along with several deep multiplayer modes while they can create their very own TRANSFORMERS character and compete head-to-head with their friends."

"Hasbro is thrilled to see the highly anticipated Transformers: War for Cybertron game come to market based on our iconic TRANSFORMERS brand," said Mark Blecher, General Manager and Senior Vice President of Digital Media & Gaming at Hasbro. "Working closely with Hasbro, Activision has delivered an outstanding game that explores a story within TRANSFORMERS mythology that hasn't been explored this deeply before and will become canon within the lore. This is truly an exciting format to experience a new, action-packed and visually stunning telling of an important part of TRANSFORMERS history."

Transformers: War for Cybertron takes players to the final moments of the grand civil war that will determine the survival of the entire TRANSFORMERS race. Fans will be able to explore the TRANSFORMERS war-ravaged home planet in full 3D environments for the first time, armed with a diverse arsenal of high-tech weaponry and the ability to convert instantly from robot to vehicle form at any time as they engage in heart-pounding battles on land and in the air in this gripping, third-person action shooter. Complete with several multiplayer modes, Transformers: War for Cybertron allows gamers to play through story missions with their friends in drop in/drop out online co-op, and also create their own TRANSFORMERS character for competitive head-to-head multiplayer modes, choosing among four distinct character classes, personalizing their character's look and selecting from a huge variety of weapons, skills and abilities. Additionally, the game introduces Escalation, a four-player online co-op mode that allows gamers to fight together as their favorite AUTOBOTS or DECEPTICONS against increasing waves of enemies utilizing strong teamwork to survive.

Transformers: War for Cybertron is rated "T" (Teen - for Violence) by the ESRB and is available now on the Xbox 360(R) video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation(R)3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.

Also available today are two distinct games developed by veteran studio Vicarious Visions for the Nintendo DS(TM), Transformers: War for Cybertron AUTOBOTS and Transformers: War for Cybertron DECEPTICONS. Each title allows players to fight for control of the TRANSFORMERS home planet through eight unique story missions and 30 intense arena challenges. At any point, gamers can change form from robot to vehicle and will have access to 30 characters across both skus, ten of which are exclusive to the DS platform. Additionally, fans can challenge their friends to high-stakes multiplayer matches using local wireless connectivity and wager one of their unlocked TRANSFORMERS characters on the outcome and winner takes all. Both DS games are rated "E10+" (Everyone 10 and older - for Fantasy Violence) by the ESRB.

Additionally, Transformers(TM): Cybertron Adventures for the Wii(TM) is also available at major retailers. The game is distinct from but follows a similar storyline to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system and PC versions of the game. Developed by Next Level Games and built from the ground up for the Wii platform, the title allows players to fight for CYBERTRON through two unique AUTOBOT and DECEPTICON campaigns that feature an action-packed mix of rail shooter gameplay levels in robot, driving and flying modes. A second player can join the battle by taking control of an extra reticle that can attack enemies for added firepower throughout the campaign. The game is rated "T" (Teen - for Fantasy Violence) by the ESRB.


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