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MORPG Rusty Hearts (RH for short) made a big splash at E3 this year. Captivating hardcore MO and traditional hack-and-slash fans alike, RH has been compared to such titles as Guardian Heroes and Devil May Cry. This has been on account of its stylized presentation, fast paced dungeon crawling action and deep, yet accessible RPG elements. Add in PvP and the fact that RH is free to play, it has people clamoring for access to the closed beta, which began Wednesday morning.

Gamer Limit sat down with Perfect World product manager Mark Hill to get an in-depth look at what makes RH a stand out game. We toured the streets of fictional Slatina, braved its lower canals and decimated waves of skeleton warriors. Judging from what we saw, gamers won’t want to miss this gem from Perfect World and Stairway Games.


Stairway Games’ Rusty Hearts was a definite crowd pleaser at E3 this year. In fact, it was quite hard to get away from the Perfect World booth with this highly stylized, hack and slash, multiplayer online game beckoning.

Now, you have a chance to join in early on the action with Gamer Limit’s Rusty Hearts closed beta giveaway. There are several ways to snag yourself a key, so click on and let the games begin!


Square Enix announced Monday its lineup for 2011′s Comic-Con, set for July 21-24 in San Diego, Calif. Attendees will get hands-on with four major titles: Dead Island, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Wakfu. In addition, the publisher will be holding one-hour panels for the first two games on the list.

Square Enix aims to dive deep with these panels, into societies’ perception of monsters (Dead Island) and the morals behind transhumanism (Deus Ex: Human Revolution), highlighting a bit of the academics behind these anticipated titles.


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By: | July 14th, 2011

Brain Candy announced Thursday that its upcoming PC/Mac title, Fray, will be available for pre-order in Q4 of this year. As the cherry on top, every pre-order will come with an immediate beta version and a free copy of the game for a friend. Yes, Brain Candy is planning on running a buy-one-get-one-and-a-half-free sale.

If that wasn’t enough, the independent French developer also released pre-alpha screens of the game. It has Gamer Limit feeling generous as well with more for you after the break.


Without a doubt Valve is one of the most dedicated development studios when it comes to external media related to their games. Just one look at their “Meet the…” Team Fortress 2 shorts or the Left 4 Dead comic “The Sacrifice” and you’ll know what I mean. Today Valve announced that it has teamed up with Dark Horse comics to release all of their free online comics in a print form.

Produced under the title “Valve Presents: The Sacrifice and Other Steam-Powered Stories,” the comic collection will hit stores on November 16 for $29.99. Read more… »

Section 8: Prejudice was a fun little romp when it hit XBLA earlier this year. Now, TimeGate Studios is back and ready to drop a new game mode and map pack on XBLA and PC. The Frontier Colonies Map Pack will release for a cool $3.99 / 320 MSP on July 13th and the new “Skirmish” mode will be arriving for free later this summer. No word yet on that impending PlayStation Network release, but we’ll let you know when it’s coming.


A little over a week ago we reported that it looked like hit indie title Limbo would be coming to the PlayStation Network sometime soon. Playdead’s Dino Patti announced on the PlayStation Blog that the title would be coming to the American PSN on July 19th. European PS3 owners will have the opportunity to download Limbo the following day.

Additionally, the game’s official website has Limbo slated for a worldwide release on August 2nd. While the game launched over a year ago on Xbox Live, Patti hopes “everyone will enjoy the game and the little extra secret [they] have in store” for PS3 and PC gamers.

The PAX 10 highlights ten of the hottest new indie games on the market. They’re also some of the best games to check out on the PAX showfloor. Some of last year’s winners included Bastion, Super Meat Boy, and Retro City Rampage. Out of hundreds of submissions, this year’s winners have been chosen.

Which games made the final cut? Hit the jump to find out.


The clouds we see in the sky come in all shapes and sizes. They can be fluffy, misshapen and flat, lined with silver or rainbows. With the recent announcement of Happy Cloud officially open for business July 18, the cloud gaming space is starting to look just as varied as the sky.

Happy Cloud, similar to OnLive and Gaikai, hosts games on their servers and streams them onto the player’s PC. This saves them from having to wait through long download times. However, unlike with the other cloud gaming services, players are downloading the game as they play and thus winding up with the full title on their PC’s.


Today at EA’s Summer Games Conference, Bioware and EA revealed the release date for Legacy, the upcoming story driven DLC for Dragon Age II. Legacy will be hitting Xbox Live, PC/Mac, and PSN on July 26, 2011.

Hit the jump for more details surrounding its release.


Red 5 Studios, developer of the upcoming free-to-play MMO shooter Firefall, announced Friday that it has been working with acclaimed science fiction and fantasy writer Orson Scott Card in developing the game’s story. Piggybacking this announcement, the studios also revealed that daughter, Emily Janice Card, will be working with her father on a related manga novel in collaboration with UDON Entertainment.

“Orson understands us as a studio, what we represent and gets the vision we have for Firefall,” said Red 5 CEO Mark Kern. “I truly believe that gamers will be surprised by how rich and engaging the Firefall world is.”


The development of Duke Nukem Forever has been anything but easy. The original development team, part of 3D Realms, had been working on the game since 1997, suffering budget cuts and staff reductions before eventually being disbanded in 2009. A handful of the original team continued working on the project, forming Triptych Games and with the assistance of both Gearbox Software and Piranha Games, the game finally reached completion. After so long in development it was inevitable that Duke Nukem Forever would have a tough time living up to fan expectations. The game needed to feel nostalgic and yet still bring the franchise into the 21st century; reminding players of their love for the Duke Nukem series, whilst introducing something new and fresh. In a very competitive FPS market, anything short of brilliance was going to disappoint, and unfortunately we received something unquestionably average. Continue reading for the full written and video reviews. Read more… »