Dreamsite Games’ Across the Obelisk has fully launched on Steam. The release comes with the reveal that Paradox Interactive came on board as publisher through its new Paradox Arc initiative.
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Paradox Interactive announced that the Shadowrun Trilogy will be hitting all current consoles. The collection of Harebrained Schemes’ trio of titles will arrive on the new platforms in June.
Empire of Sin’s Make It Count DLC and Precinct update are available now. Both add multiple new elements to the crime-based strategy RPG.
Empire of Sin players will soon have new ways to manage their gangs. Two updates, one free and one paid, are set to arrive on November 18.
Harebrained Schemes’ Shadowrun Trilogy is heading to Nintendo Switch. Paradox Interactive will be releasing the collection on the console next year.
The first paid DLC for Empire of Sin has been announced. Make It Count will add the mob’s accountant Meyer Lansky as a playable boss alongside the new Loan Sharking racket.
A new update is out now for criminal strategy title Empire of Sin. The release comes with the announcement of a future update that adds Precincts to the game.
Another big delay comes for Bloodlines 2 as Paradox Interactive gives its year-in-review. With this news comes a change-up in developer as well.
A new update is coming to Empire of Sin. Currently in open beta on PC, the 1.03 patch includes changes to safehouses and combat.
This roaring twenties role playing game combines diplomacy, strategy, and fluid combat. But is it the bee’s knees or does this ambitious attempt come up short?
With the launch of Empire of Sin, players can now control their favourite crime lord in prohibition-era Chicago. The launch comes with a new trailer and many screenshots.
Today’s Nintendo Direct Mini wasn’t really all that mini. The presentation included two brand-new Monster Hunter games, a new Disgaea title, a stealth-launch for Hades, a release date for Empire of Sin, and the first media for Rune Factory 5.
Paradox Interactive and Hardsuit Labs have made a major change to the team behind Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. Lead Narrative Designer Brian Mitsoda and Creative Director Ka’ai Cluney are no longer working on the project.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 will not be launching in 2020. Players will have to wait until next year to join Seattle’s underworld.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 is getting a premium edition for big fans and even digital buyers will be able to get in on it. Also, a new trailer reveals the return of a familiar face.
The creators of Empire of Sin sent out a special video on Mother’s Day detailing one of the game’s mob bosses. Based on a real-world woman with power, Elvira Duarte can charm enemies for a few turns.
A follow-up to Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is finally set to arrive this year. A new trailer invites players to come and dance to its tune while Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 versions are confirmed.
Those eager to hustle the system in Empire of Sin will have to wait longer. The strategy RPG focusing on the crime syndicates of the 1920s is getting its release window pushed back to fall.
BattleTech will receive its third expansion next month. This expansion will be perfect for those longing for more mech and weapon options in the game.
In not the most surprising announcement, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has been delayed. Fortunately, the game is still planned for release in 2020.