By Dave Tach on Sep 09, 2013 09.09.13
A sale on GOG.com allows buyers to bundle five games of their choosing and save 80 percent off the total price. Check out the online retailer's website, where you can pick up the discounted games games like Alan Wake for $5 (regularly $29.99), Amnesia: The Dark Descent for $4 (regularly $19.99), Omerta: City of Gangsters and all downloadable content for $5 (regularly $29.99) Stacking for $2 (regularly $14.99) and Torchlight for $2 (regularly $14.99), among many others. According to the sale's countdown clock, the discounts will last through next Sunday, Sept. 15.
By Emily Gera on Feb 07, 2013 02.07.13
The launch trailer for Kalypso Media's strategy-based 1920s crime-land, Omerta: City of Gangsters, offers a look at in-game combat, historical settings and criminal behavior. The game, developed by the studio behind the Tropico strategy series, allows users to take on the role of a immigrant who will work through the ranks to become the crime lord of a historical Atlantic City. Omerta includes 15 pre-made characters with backstories and personalities of the own, while players can also customize their own. A video demonstration of the game's customization options is available here. Omerta: City of Gangsters launches Feb. 12 on PC and Xbox 360 in North America, with a Mac release "coming soon," says the developer.
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Jan 29, 2013 01.29.13
Kalypso Media released a new trailer demonstrating how players can create their own unique characters in Omerta: City of Gangsters. As a fresh immigrant, players will work their way through the criminal ranks to become a crime lord worthy of the title. Omerta takes place in Atlantic City, 1920, and features simulation elements and tactical turn-based combat. The game is designed to include a historically accurate representation of Atlantic City's landmarks and includes 20 different maps for different districts. Omerta: City of Gangsters features 15 different characters, each with their own background and personalities. Players can create their own character with a unique backstory, name, attributes and more. Omerta: City of Gangsters launches Feb. 12 for Xbox 360 and Windows....
By Dave Tach on Aug 14, 2012 08.14.12
Riding on the heels of GDC Europe, Gamescom 2012 is Europe's largest trade fair for games and interactive entertainment. It runs from August 15th through August 19th in Cologne, Germany, and includes more than 600 companies from 40 countries, and Polygon will be on the floor to bring you all the Gamescom news you can shake a warlock's staff or a space marine's gun at. Unlike E3, Gamescom is open to both the public and the press, and that creates an eclectic mix of industry- and consumer-driven content spanning the continuum from gaming tournaments to mini job fairs to cosplay contests. It's designed to have something for everyone. We're on the ground, and ready to file once the show kicks off, so before the anticipation drives us mad, we thought we'd give you a taste of what you can...