Here’s a serious nostalgia trip, if you remember Apogee’s 1994 effort Blake Stone: Planet Strike. Apogee has made the shooter’s source code freely available, apparently inspired by the success of the Apogee Throwback pack on Steam, which includes a number of the company’s classic games. Apogee is apparently quite relieved the data survived 20 years storage on 3.5″ floppies, and hopes players will be able to make something of the game, which has never been remade. It’s about 300KB; grab it here.
If you’re planning to jump into the Dauntless founder’s alpha this weekend now that it’s live, these weapon tutorials will probably come in handy.
Space battles in Star Wars Battlefront 2 look rather cool.
Have a look at the hub town in Monster Hunter World, crafting system, Wildspire Waste map and new monster Kulu-Ya-Ku
Earlier this week, Capcom dropped a new Monster Hunter World trailer providing a look at new monsters and the Wildspire Waste. Let’s pick it apart, shall we?
The Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction website, AllOutOfGum.com, now redirects the user to NoGumNeeded.com which features a lit bomb ready to go off in 29 days.
Rise of the Triad 1.4 is now available through Steam, and it comes with six new maps, new achievements, and a “whole horde” of features, options, and new cheats. The Dommstick Shotgun, a semi-auto shotgun “from Hell” has also been added to the free update, and if you have yet to buy the shooter, it’s 75% […]
Blake Stone: Power Strike