Today it’s Frozen Synapse a 2011 turn-based tactics video game developed by independent game developer and published by Mode 7 Games for Microsoft Windows (PC), in which players plan their moves at their leisure and turns are resolved simultaneously. Players attempt to win by giving orders to a small squad of armed combatants, most commonly with the goal of eliminating all enemy units.
It’s that time of the year again when you get presents and have the opportunity to stuff your faces with food you would probably never eat otherwise. So whatever you are up to and whatever your beliefs, Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from me.
Rockstar Games have released a trailer celebrating Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary, which is an enhanced version of the original game. The game should be out on 6th December for various Android devices via Google Play and iOS devices via the Apple Store for around $4.99 (£3.00).
Revolution Software have confirmed it’s developing a sequel to the classic cyberpunk adventure game Beneath a Steel Sky. Revolution Software originally said a sequel would be made if its Kickstarter goal for the Broken Sword – the Serpent’s Curse Adventure reached $1 million.
Overhaul Games have announced that it is delaying the release of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition from 18th September to 30th November 2012. The developer says if you already pre-ordered the game you will get something extra for having to wait longer.
Overhaul Games have announced that the remake of the classic Baldur’s Gate is coming to PC on 18th September. Versions will be available for iPad and Mac OS X and they will also come out sometime in September while a version for Android will come out later.
General Manager of OnLive Bruce Grove has recently announced that their streaming service will be available on the OUYA Android games console. OnLive will be available on day one of the new consoles release.
A new contender is looking to fight Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo for video game market share with a brand new console which is looking to cost lower than most smart phones do alone with out a contract.
Microsoft have announced that the My Xbox Live app for iPhone has been updated. The update will let users “find, learn more about, and control your favorite content from popular entertainment services on Xbox 360. You can control the content on your console with play, pause, fast forward and rewind controls directly from your iPhone.”