Daily Gaming News – 15/03/13

March 15, 2013

“It’s Friday, Friday” – I’m so sorry, dear readers, I wouldn’t do that to you. Have some delicious daily gaming news instead.


NEWS: Joystiq reports that a Reddit user claims to have modded SimCity to enable its debug mode and disable its disconnection timer. At the very least, this means bigger cities to play in and less getting booted out of your game if your connection drops.’

NEWS: Neverhood fans, prepare to be intrigued: a post on the adventure game’s official Facebook page indicates that creator Doug TenNapel is working on a new clay adventure game. He’s put a question out to his fans, asking “What would you, the Neverhood fans, want to see in a new game?” If you have ideas, suggest them and there’s a chance they’ll make them in.

NEWS: On a similar note, American McGee of the weird and creepy Alice games, has also posted on Facebook to gauge his fans’ interest in a new Alice title. Specifically, he wants to know whether you’d play it if he could snag the rights from EA and whether you’d back it on Kickstarter. If you do, he wants you to “make some noise”.

NEWS: Ghostlight, they of the Shin Megami Tensei publishing fame, are working to get Devil Survivor 2 released in Europe. It’s questionable whether this will go ahead due to waning support of the Nintendo DS and the fact that an enhanced version of Devil Survivor 2 was recently announced in Japan, but fingers crossed.

NEWS: Expect to see old-school classics Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara and Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 later this year. Capcom announced the surprise at PAX East, with both games available for digital download.

VIDEO: Last but not least, here’s the official reveal trailer for the latest rootingest-tootingest game in the West, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger.

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