Entries in '2k games' (28)
Before X Com: Enemy Unknown showed how turn-based strategy games should be done on console, a squad-based shooter was in the works.
Today we're taking a closer look at one of the biggest releases to hit this year, and the first true sequel to the 2007 hit Bioshock.
In true Irrational style, the TV spot for Bioshock: Infinite glistens and shines as it takes you on a pre-rendered blast into Columbia.
The critical analysis book of 2K Games' Spec Ops: The Line 'Killing is Harmless' has broken 1500 sales.
2K Games has launched a new trailer for Bioshock Infinite, taking a stylistic turn to the kitsch.
Bioshock: Infinite is almost upon us, and 2K Games has released a video showcasing the pre-order incentive for the game.
Brendan Keogh's critical analysis of Spec Ops: The Line has demonstrated a market for long-form games criticism.
Killing is Harmless: A Critical Reading of Spec Ops: The Line has today been released, exploring a close bind between player and character.
Big Daddys were killer little figurines in 2007, and if Songbird is anywhere near as iconic and memorable, this special edition should do nicely.
Well, it's out today, and is one of those titles there's been some confusion about, so let's set the record straight on Firaxis' latest.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown launches tomorrow for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, and to celebrate, 2K Games invited local industry partners and media to a launch party at a warehouse ...
With the global review embargo now passed, the first Australian reviews of XCOM: Enemy Unknown have appeared online.
On Wednesday night, 2K Games celebrated the launch of the bazillion-weapon-boasting shooter with a party at a small club in Sydney.
2K Games and podcast site RawDLC are hosting a charity event next weekend, which is slated to take the form of a Borderlands 2 marathon.
Following on from Tuesday, MCV continues its discussion with Gearbox President Randy Pitchford, asking where Borderlands fits in the shooter genre.
2K recently threw an event for Borderlands 2 at the Justice & Police Museum in Sydney, where MCV spoke to Gearbox President Pitchford.
To celebrate the launch of its new, narratively-charged third-person shooter, Spec Ops: The Line, 2K Games invited journalists to Sydney's Ruby Rabbit on Tuesday.
There, press were able to play ...
In the hours after the global review embargo lifted for Spec Ops: The Line, MCV Pacific spoke with lead designer Shawn Frison to gauge Yager's reaction to the review response.
2K games has a job opening up to take over Ross Purdy's current role, as he looks to move on to a new role shortly.
Firaxis is acutely aware of the high expectations that have been placed on it by consumers as it nears the end of development on XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
Last Thursday, Pat Kolan and Mark Gerber hosted the third Insert Coin(s) event in Sydney, featuring The Darkness II from 2K Games.
Last night saw the third iteration of Pat Kolan's Insert Coin(s) event series, with The Darkness II playable and Secret Wars bringing the art.
An interesting anomaly on the Australian Classification Board web site had The Darkness II classified in July and December.