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To mark the release of the latest installment of the Diablo series, Reaper of Souls, we’re holding a giveaway for all who want a chance to win a copy! We are giving away to one lucky winner, a copy of Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Digital Delux Edition.
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By: New Breed Games
Saturday February 23rd
New Breed Games, a fledging Florida-based company, has finished their demo of the upcoming iOS, Android, and PC game entitled “Flickback”. Flickback is a fast-paced direction game, similar to that of DDR but for your fingers. Players engage with Flickback by flicking the arrows that appear on screen in the direction shown. Each arrow has different point values and varying speeds. There are 25 total levels throughout the game, each increasing in difficulty as the player progresses.
About New Breed Games
NBG’s business model is that of a V.V.G.S. (a Virtual Video Game Studio); NBG conducts 90% of their development and production efforts via remote working, their employees can be based anywhere in the country, or even the world! NBG is currently in the process of producing a PC release, an iPhone release, and are also partnered with Amedume films Bulgaria Ltd for the production of the mobile game “Victoria“, all to be released around 2013/2014. New Breed Games was founded in 2010 by Ryan W. McClellan to produce high quality video games. NBG has been working hard to produce gaming experiences that the world will enjoy.
Lately, game companies have been taking the gaming world by storm, not only with their major remarkable titles such as Guild Wars II, Batman: Arkham City, Darksiders II, and more… But with their Collector’s Editions specifically! More and more game companies seem to be taking the normal Collector’s Edition with additional physical content, and added DLC, and adding in Statues or Figurines for those who can dish out the ca$h.
I have actually been quite overtaken by some of these works of art, even though some pieces aren’t “worth it” according to some. Regardless, I find myself greatly interested in collecting these statues and figurines in order to display within my nearby shelves.
MILWAUKIE, OR, JANUARY 30 – Crystal Dynamics™, a Square Enix® studio, and Dark Horse Comics, today revealed they have partnered to bring the re-imagined Lara Croft back to print in the world of comics. Look for news on the new series following the release of TOMB RAIDER®, the highly anticipated origin story for Lara Croft®, available March 5, 2013, and will chronicle Lara’s journey after her harrowing adventure in the Dragon’s Triangle.
To kick off the partnership, Crystal Dynamics and Dark Horse have teamed up to create “TOMB RAIDER: The Beginning.” This will be the first installment in the new TOMB RAIDER comic book series, and is a prequel to the events in TOMB RAIDER. “TOMB RAIDER: The Beginning,” was written by lead game writer Rhianna Pratchett. Fans can get the first series early when they pre-order TOMB RAIDER at Best Buy.
More than 4.3 million downloads on iOS and Android and one year later, Life Is Crime, the hit location-based MMO game is still grabbing headlines and new players around the globe. The infographic compares one year of in-game statistics to real-world data. You can find it online at http://redrobot.com/lifeiscrimeig.
P.A.X./Penny Arcade Expo is OFFICIALLY OVER for ME. I’ve had an insanely fun weekend!
I saw a LOT of games
I met most of the PAX 10 Indie Developers.
I passed out around 200 New Breed Games/Pecipice Business Cards.
I didn’t spend a dime on parking (thank you mom, dad and Ben!).
I got more swag than I know what to do with.
I have a LOT more PR/Company Contacts to keep in touch with for future articles.
I even got to see quite a lot of friends and coworkers too!
Be sure and keep a watch on this page!
Lots to do and lots to write.
Thank you P.A.X.
Aaron Matthew Holmes
— at Washington State Convention Center.