Not every game released this year sold by the bucket-load. Here’s the award for the most underrated game of the year.
Role playing games were a dime a dozen in 2012, but only one of them could cast a fireball of pure win. Which one was it?
Project Copernicus, an ambitious MMO game that would have cost millions of dollars to create. Also, it would have been a free game as well.
The Kingdoms of Amalur trailer will never see light – but here’s a trailer showing you what you can’t have.
Epic may have saved Kingdoms of Smalur’s developer, but the IP itself may still be destined for the dustbin.
Kingdoms of Amalur developer 38 Studios and Big Huge Games are now effectively dead, as the underperfoming sales of the game have led to the studios being shuttered.
Kingdoms of Amalur: REckoming, the shiny new RPG from EA could be yours – for the price of nothing.
Shooters, adventure and sports games may be massively popular with gamers these days, but the humble role-playing genre has also evolved into a dominant force on the gaming scene. We take a look at five RPG games to look forward to in 2012.
Kingdoms of Amalur, a mammoth game with numerous design challenges throughout its history launches tomorrow. And according to the developers, at least it was easier to build the game on the Xbox platform.
Skyrim and Kingdoms of Amalur may have 99 things in common, but combat ain’t one of them, Rolston says
It’s easy to draw comparisons between the blockbuster Skyrim game and the upcoming Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, but when it comes to combat, the titles are worlds apart, according to its developer Ken Rolston.
Snuggle up to the Mass Effect 3 demo this Valentine’s day. Who needs actual human companionship?
Kingdoms of Amalur: The REckoning looks better every time I see it – like it’s Fable, grown up. Here’s how its combat works.