Kalypso Media the producers of strategy games such as the Tropico, Port Royale, Patrician franchises and now Omerta: City Of Gangsters which is developed by Haemimont Games have released a free update a few days ago for everyone who owns the game on PC to download.
Video Game Developer Grasshopper Manufacture and video game publisher Kadokawa Games have once again released even more media related to their announced Killer is Dead game which is the spiritual successor to one of the best games of the last generation Killer7 and the game I have never tried No More Heroes.
After about four years The Creative Assembly the developers of the Total War franchise have once again released their multiplayer campaign beta for people to try out in Empire: Total War. This is great news as even with Total War: Rome II coming out soon its good that the developers are still remembering their old games and Empire Total War is in my opinion the last great Total War game since the days of Medieval: Total War and Rome: Total War or at least the one I played the most in recent years. I didn’t get much into Total War: Shogun 2 even if it was quite good and mechanically sound.
A select number of retailers have started taking pre-orders for Grand Theft Auto V Special Editions and Collector Editions. They are also offering a free blimp for anyone who pre-orders any version of Grand Theft Auto V. The two editions range from around £50.00 to nearly £100.00 and don’t seem to worth getting or different from the usual Special and Collectors Editions.
Klei Entertainment the developers of Don’t Starve have updated their game once again with some cool new features. This time they have started work on adding an underground level to the Don’t Starve world which will be expanded upon but some of it is now available to explore.
The Humble Bundle’s Humble Weekly Sale has returned, and is currently providing Max Payne famed developer Remedy Entertainment Alan Wake games. For less than a week (six days), you can choose your own amount for Alan Wake: Collector’s Edition, containing the bonus episodes “The Writer”, and “The Signal”. You will also get the standalone DLC pack American Nightmare and lastly you will get videos, art, game screenplays and more bonuses such as the developer commentary videos, an illustrated PDF book, and the Alan Wake soundtrack.
Metro: Last Light developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver have announced recently that four pieces of new DLC will be coming to Metro: Last Light in the months ahead and that anyone who buys it will receive a free weapon in-game. Some of the DLC sounds interesting, read on to find out a bit more about them.