GameCity 8 is heading to Nottingham in October and it’s bringing with it a slew of games, developers and friendly types to converse with, all in the name of gaming. Thomas Was Alone’s Mike Bithell will be there, showing off his new game Volume.
Routine developer Lunar Software consist of four people, but after his interview VG247’s Dave Cook reckons they’re going to remind many studios how horror is done correctly.
Routine is the sci-fi horror game from four-person team Lunar Software, and it’s a bit like Amnesia in a moon-base with guns. Whatever you call it, it’s pretty freaky, and we’ve got alpha gameplay footage to prove it. Venture onward if you dare.
Routine is a survival horror game with an equally loved and dreaded permadeath system, which will be released on Steam next spring.
Black Mesa, and nine other titles are the first Steam Greenlight games to earn “critical mass,” and have been picked up for worldwide distribution, Valve has announced.
This first-person space title has debuted in Cologne, and looks set to ditch guns.