Welcome to another Recap episode where we go over the day's biggest headlines, making sure that you're caught up in all things video games.
Piracy is an ongoing problem. While companies try various tactics to combat it, sooner or later, someone finds their way around it. Worst of all, a lot of these precautions tend to hurt the actual paying player, than they do pirates (see: SimCity). That's why this story from Green Heart Games is both hilarious and absolutely genius.
Dust 514 is truly groundbreaking as players in Dust 514 play a vital role in the actions of CCP's MMO EVE Online and vice versa. As the battles play out in Dust 514, the outcome ofeach ground battle impacts the persistent universe of EVE Online's New Eden. Mercenaries can gain the advantage by coordinating attacks with starship pilots in EVE Online, calling down devastating orbital strikes against the opposing squads.
Techland's mysterious FPS hack n' slash, codenamed Project Hell, is now officially called Hellraid. The developer officially unveiled its first-person co-op slasher today. As explained prior to today's announcement, Hellraid originally started as "an internal weapon mod for Dead Island.
Trundle has always fallen on the more unique end of the champion spectrum in League of Legends. Sure I’ve seen a fair share of good players, but for the most part he’s always been a bit "blah" to me. Apparently Riot agrees for they have changed his kit somewhat and gave him a makeover. Trundle still remains a powerful jungler and the answer to very tanky characters.