The list of amazing looking Steam Greenlight games is long. Greenlight is such a great idea because it gives games a fighting chance that may have never had a chance to begin with. Miasmata is one of those games. Kotaku is reporting that the game has been greenlit on Steam, and we’ll be able to download it this November 28th. You play the game as a man known as Robert Hughes. He is exploring the island known as Eden, and it seems he is searching for a cure for a plague that may have wiped out the islands inhabitants. More past the break!
A few days ago the rumors of a VALVE CONSOLE came about, but those were quickly shot down. According to KOTAKU Valve isn’t even close to anything along the lines of making hardware. That sucks to hear, it would have been cool to have a compact extreme console gaming machine I could use for PC games, but alas, we shall wait.
What they ARE working on is the Steam Big Picture Mode UI. What that does is makes it easier for people who want to play PC games through their computers onto TVs. Which sounds awesome enough. Seems like Valve has always got something up their sleeve. Don’t forget, just because they aren’t currently making a console, doesn’t mean it can’t happen in the future. READ MORE
Kotaku recently posted some info they found out about the game Bungie has been at work on and been keeping on the down low. Apparently a very recently let go contractor (1 of 30) spilled some beans about Bungie’s latest game entitled Destiny. It is to be a sci-fi first person shooter MMO. I’m in.
If you want to read about the entire “debacle” with the supposed firing of 30 employees head to Kotaku to read the back and forths. It honestly almost seems like just a weird way to announce/promote their game. Thoughts? READ MORE
is posting about a Gears Of War game in development for the Kinect. They have heard this from a source who is said to be close to the project. It looks to be a rail shooter, where presumably the player takes control of the gun. I’m still curious to see how it will be smoothly pulled off.
It is nice to see that a more adult title is in development for the Kinect, rather than all the Wii feeling happy family games. I want to use the Kinect to kick some alien ass, not just float down a river on a raft with my girlfriend. READ MORE