Indie developer Carbon Games has been sitting on a secret. The Beta for their upcoming strategy title “AirMech” has been available for use as a Native Client game on the Chrome browser since February. They’re ready to let the cat out of the bag now, as the game went live on Steam yesterday (August 6) and is currently available to anyone who purchases the AirMech Beta Bundle (19.99 USD).
Imagine a community of game-makers, building and interacting inside the same massive digital construct, itself a giant game. Either I’ve just Incepted ™ you or I’m talking about Jumala, the new free PC gaming platform that’s equal parts world builder and game.
What I am currently picturing is Sony’s Elite Bro-Team manning the front lines in hastily-crafted Keystone Light armor arguing about who pounded the most beers last night. It’s a little extreme, I know, but the potential is there.
The Razer Naga…a mere whisper of those words and I can hear nothing but “click, click, click,” for hours as we fight together under the blue and gold Alliance banner in the name of good King Varian Wyrnn, first of his name.
Incontrol88, Thief92 and Mercwithamouth13 discuss gaming news, their favorite video game characters, and the first ever Community Arena pitting Captain Malcolm Reynolds vs. Han Solo! It’s bound to be a good time. Seriously.
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Thief and Incontrol discuss some upcoming titles including Infamous 2, Mortal Kombat and Dead Island. We also sort of insult Vietnam, but we do’t mean to!
The Thief and I do what we do best…dick around and talk about gaming.
Yes, I did just use an incredibly iconic and annoying line to get your attention. From now on we will use this title to feed you bite-sized info on the gaming industry that we think is really newsworthy.
This post is Duty Calls, a spoof recently released by the Bulletstorm developers to kick Activision down a notch and get some publicity.