Bioshock Infinite hasn’t gotten much hype this year, so 2K must have seen it as a great opportunity to announce an enemy that you’ll be facing. The
Delayed until next February, The Darkness II will be getting a Limited Edition when it arrives — and it won’t cost you a dime extra.
2K Games’ Czech studio, formerly known as Illusion Softworks and the folks behind Mafia II, handed out pink slips to employees this week, reports Develop.
Report: Borderlands 2 announcement soon, out next year [Update: announced, showing at Gamescom & PAX, on Game Informer cover]
A sequel to Borderlands being a thing should not be a shocking revelation, and in fact, it really should be expected for announcement in the
Anytime an anticipated game is delayed, it’s a shame. More often than not it’s a benefit to the software itself, but it’s still a bummer,
Take-Two’s reboot of the X-Com franchise has not had the best development experience, or fan reception, but nevertheless, first-person shooter XCOM is nearing release next
2K’s highly controversial, subject-of-slight-development-hell XCOM reboot has resurfaced ahead of E3, and now it’s got a firm release date. Well, ‘firm’ for a Take-Two game,
Finally, some proper in-game footage of The Darkness II. In the Digital Extremes-developed, Unreal Engine 3-using sequel’s debut trailer for E3, it’s wall-to-wall action as
Normally a title passing certification, going gold and being sent off to manufacturing isn’t really worthy of being covered; that’s simply something that happens. Otherwise
If you were searching for some new screenshots of 2K/Digital Extremes’ The Darkness II, you’re in luck! Hot off of a recent preview event, two