Atelier Escha & Logy Out 7th March

Today, TECMO KOEI Europe is proud to announce that the latest installment in the long-loved Atelier series, Atelier Escha & Logy – Alchemists of the Dusk Sky, will be released across Europe on the 7th of March 2014 for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system.



Atelier Meruru Plus comes to PlayStation Vita

Tecmo Koei Europe is pleased to announce the release of Atelier Meruru Plus: The Apprentice of Arland as a download only title across Europe for the PlayStation Vita on 4th September.

Atelier Meruru


The Indie Royale – The Chosen Bundle

The Chosen Bundle is a replay of last year’s St Patrick’s Day Bundle, after fans voted on a poll on The Indie Royale’s Twitter, Facebook and Google+ pages.

The Chosen Bundle


Marvel Heroes – Destruction Trailer

Marvel Heroes just upped the action RPG stakes by adding destruction on a massive scale.  In this new video you’ll see how much stuff can be blown up, smashed, crashed, thrown and destroyed outright in Marvel Heroes, while the catchy theme tune gets stuck in your head, courtesy of your favorite Canadian mutant!


Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk – Due 8th March

Tecmo Koei have announced that Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk is to be released across Europe on March 8, for the PlayStation 3.

Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk - Battle Screen (more…)

Towns Launched

Towns, the city building RPG has now released, with a Steam version having arrived via Steam Greenlight.


Nioki Adventure

Nioki Adventure is a co-operative 2D sandbox game planned for released on PC and Xbox 360, and the first game for French indie studio, Bidogames.

The website for the game has launched today: check it out here.


Indie Royale – The Alpha Collection

The next indie bundle from the Indie Royale is out: The Alpha Collection!  This bundle features three games which are currently in alpha: Towns by SMP, 3079 by Phr00t and Wyv and Keep by a jolly corpse.


Possible Kickstarter for Wasteland 2

Brian Fargo, founder of Interplay and creator of post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland, may soon be using Kickstarter to fund a sequel to the game.  Wasteland was the precursor to the Fallout series, which was actually only made because Fargo and his team didn’t have the rights to Wasteland.  They now have the rights back from EA.

In an interview with IGN, Fargo notes that the fans were the first to get in touch about crowdfunding for a Wasteland sequel, following the success of the Double Fine Kickstarter.  If Fargo and the rest of inXile do go on to make the game, it would be “top-down, probably isometric, party based, skill based”, and rather than having to create the game to fit in with publisher demands, they would be able to create the game as they wanted.

Fargo hopes that a Kickstarter will go live in the next month, and notes that he thinks it will take at least a million dollars to complete the project.

Obsidian to try Kickstarter?

Double Fine have found success with Kickstarter: the company’s fans have come forward to support them in making the game they want to make, rather than the game they want adjusted by the demands of a publisher.  The donations so far have passed $1,600,000, and are still rising..

Obsidian, developer of Fallout: New Vegas have asked their fans what game they would like to see, if they were also to set up a project via Kickstarter.

The responses so far have been very supportive of the idea, and from the comments it appears fans would like to see an isometric RPG, with turn based combat and a good story.

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