Skulls, sinew, and pieces of bone are commonplace in Darksiders, a game made for those into both Zelda and Hot Topic. But did you know that a top hat, a monocle, and a cane make appearances as well?
And the day is almost always his if the user hasn't mastered counter-attacks -- Wicked K moves like snot on a vertical pole and his razor sharp wit distracts. "Gentleman's rules," K tells War, "no low attacks or foul language."
Wicked K is a an inspired character, one that has stayed in Vigil Games collective heads for a couple of years before being dropped in the game at the last second.
Word on the street is, while Crytek has no current interest in Darksiders 3, Crytek USA wants the brand anyway. Considering the new company boasts ex-Vigil staff, and is indeed headed by the studio's former boss, it's hardly ...more
Humble Bundle has been busy this week with two different promotions. Up first is the Humble Mobile Bundle, which offers Contre Jour, Anomaly Korea, Plants vs. Zombies, and Bladeslinger for Android under the pay-what-you-want ...more
THQ sold off a majority of their biggest gaming franchises last month, and now they're ready to continue the process with some of their other big titles. THQ intends to sell off their remaining IP in six specific lots: Darks...more