Warp looks like a couple of things it’s not. It looks like a top-down stealth game, in which a cute alien avoids the malevolent machinations of clandestine vivisectionists in a top secret submarine research facility. But Zero, the apparently adorable alien in question, isn’t that interested in keeping things on the down-low. He’s involved in frantic, messy confrontation as much as subterfuge.
Monolithic games company EA have released an oxymoronic “indie bundle” on Steam, consisting of DeathSpank (72% according to us), DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue (75%), Gatling Gears, Shank (39%), Shank 2 (71%) and Warp. The games are being sold at £3.99 each, or £14.38 for the bundle - the latter’s a saving of 70%. Unlike other oh-so-zeitgeisty indie bundles, none of the proceeds are going to
I think my fingers are dead from typing so many words during E3 week. Hasn't it been hectic? Sadly, though, it seems the PC was largely forgotten about by the major players - especially Microsoft, whose Kinect focus meant we PC gamers had rather little to get excited about at their media briefing this expo. Still, the great thing about being a PC gamer is that we don't need the big guys to