Developer Jon Hare surprised many people when he announced that iconic football game Sensible Soccer was getting a spiritual successor. With Codemasters still owning the rights to the existing franchise, Hare and his team launched the new Sociable Soccer concept and took to Kickstarter with a lofty funding goal of £300,000. Despite lots of early buzz, the game never looked like hitting its target, reaching £32,498 from 1767 backers. And so a decision was made to kill the Kickstarter campaign completely.
Source: Sociable Soccer
We invite you to test the new visual damage effects with our next mass test on Thursday, November 26th, at 17:00 UTC (EVE time) on our test server Singularity.
With our next release, to be deployed on December 8th, we will get also completely new visual effects for shield, armor for hull damage and repair. You can check out these new effects, including DX9 and OSX versions, during a mass test this Thursday, November 26th, at 17:00 UTC (EVE time). More information about this mass test can be found in this forum thread.
To join the mass test you can easily use the new EVE Launcher (beta): simply choose "Singularity" in the drop down menu and hop in - it is that simple!
All participants will receive a small reward of two million skill points on Singularity.
Lara Croft has a pretty big adventure on Xbox One this fall with Rise of the Tomb Raider, but her grand mobile mission is about grow too. Developer Square Enix Montreal announced it's dropping "The Shard of Life" expansion for Lara Croft GO tomorrow for free on Android and iOS (sorry, Windows Phone folks) with some 26 fresh puzzles to tackle while you're waiting in line at the grocery store. More than that, the publisher is knocking 40 percent off the game's price -- it'll run you $2.99 for a limited time. Oh and its hosting a Twitch event tasking the game's community to solve the new puzzles.
Source: Square Enix
By default, the haptic touchpads that define Valve's Steam Controller are just thumb-friendly fill-ins for a proper mouse -- but that's not all they can do. Thanks to a new Steam client beta update, the Steam Controller's signature touchapds can now do something now standard PC mouse can: instantly warp your cursor anywhere on the screen at the touch of a thumb.