Bioware has gone back to the drawing board with the third major Dragon Age release. Returning to much that made the original Origins game such a success Inquisition is focusing on story-telling, character development and smoothing out the wrinkles and annoyances in combat. We sat down and played the game from beginning and spoke to Mike Laidlaw lead designer from Bioware.
Any hopes that the new R18+ rating for games in Australia would mean no more censorship have been dashed - upcoming game South Park: The Stick of Truth has been censored for release down under.
Unity, Unreal and Havoc are but three game engines used as the basis for many modern computer games. However, it appears a new force may be in town in the unlikely form of Microsoft Excel.
The Kickstarter project for old-school RPG Torment finished on Friday night and raised roughly US$4.2 Million, claiming its spot as the most-funded videogame in Kickstarter history.
Just when you thought spreadsheets couldn’t get any more exciting, along comes a new videogame to change everything you thought you knew about gaming.
Major aXes Revamp Extends Cloud Computing for the IBM i -- Access your COBOL and RPG applications via the Cloud and via mobile devices
Although some wouldn't poke Pokemon with a ten-foot barge pole, mon, preferring Pacman instead, the Japanese game is still a big hit for Nintendo, with the company releasing two new Black and White Pokemon games.
Sydney, Australia - LANSA announces the release of aXes Mobile. From today, it's easy to access existing IBM i RPG or COBOL applications directly from a mobile wireless device, without making any changes to existing programs. And it's easy to design and develop brand new mobile applications using your existing RPG or COBOL skills.
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