Death comes for all in Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III's new trailer.
No Man's Sky is an interesting case study for a game staging a comeback, as it were. So, which game deserves a No Man's Sky-style comeback? It can be any singleplayer or online game that didn't quite reach its potential, or the audience it deserved. Maybe it was a patch or expansion away from being really good.
Steven Williamson writes: Despite its shortcomings and lukewarm response from the gaming press, the original Lost Planet showed signs of greatness that boded well for future iterations of the franchise. After all, what is there not to like about obliterating gigantic creatures the size of skyscrapers with a range of explosive weaponry and super-powered mechanical suits? That same concept still applies to Lost Planet 2; however Capcom has created a game that is now all about the multiplayer, co-op experience with a campaign backed up by an interweaving storyline that sees you switching between different groups of pirates from the planet EDN III. With the promise of bigger beasts, new weapons and brand new environments, plus the addition of a robust multiplayer component, it certainly sounds as though Capcom has learnt lessons and is heading in the right direction with its Akrid-killing bullet-fest. Let's see...
Sega is holding its annual Make War Not Love event, which offers plenty of deals on RTS games and the promise of free prizes.