Posts Tagged ‘Psyonix’

By All Means, Watch This Hour Of Nosgoth Footage

By Craig Pearson on February 10th, 2014.


For those of you who forgot to jack into the “What the hell is Nosgoth?” assimilation pod, here’s a text-based recap: it’s an upcoming free-to-play online shooter set in the Legacy of Kain universe, which suddenly seems like a terrifying look into gaming’s future. It’s currently in closed alpha, but they’ve peeled back the curtains just enough to allow others a glimpse into what I can only describe as a third-person online action game between people and vampires. If you’re keen, there is a whole hour of developer hosted footage to the south.
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Free-To-Play Legacy Of Kain, Thy Name Is Nosgoth

By Craig Pearson on September 26th, 2013.


It turns out hearing the name Nosgoth over-and-over-and-over is enough to make me lose it. After the fifth time I heard it spoken in this trailer, I got the the giggles and had to rewatch to get the details. I’m almost embarrassed that I can be so easily amused, but it is a silly word. That second pass gleamed the relevant information, and I watched a third-time to make sure I hadn’t been hearing things the second time: Psyonix has been secretly developing a free-to-play PVP multiplayer action game set in the Legacy Of Kain universe. Human teams will fight Vampires teams. Guh?
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Alpha Squadron: A.R.C. Squadron

By Jim Rossignol on March 24th, 2011.

Flying! Shooting! Together at last!
Here at charming British website Rock, Paper, Shotgun we’re inappropriately fond of both flying/shooting type games and Avatar-style floating islands. So it is with warm pleasure that I note the alpha launch of UDK-powered A.R.C. Squadron. It’s an airborne combat game that looks rather like my fever dreams. See the video below for a taste of that. You can download the client over here. Let’s do that and shoot each other. It’s about 300mb. The server is online at 70.166.15.133
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