Provocative German movie-maker Uwe Boll, infamous for trashy big-screen adaptations of video game franchises, is the subject of a new documentary titled Fuck You all: The Uwe Boll Story.
Over the years, I've come to know what to expect from Obsidian, or so I thought. Obsidian makes RPGs, beautiful, intriguing, sometimes slightly shonky RPGs with great writing and vivid characters and just a lingering trace of thriftiness. They make games where the concepts, where the soul, trumps the budget.
There's definitely something big in the works at Obsidian beyond South Park and Project Eternity, and "it is already looking great", studio CEO Feargus Urquhart told me in an email overnight.
The number four has become a number three - it was a countdown rather than a number symbolic of the new Project X RPG that Obsidian has been teasing.
Renowned RPG house Obsidian Entertainment has teased a new game: Project X.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution sold 2.18 million copies between launch and 30th September, publisher Square Enix has revealed in its bi-annual financial report.
800,000 of those were bought in North America and 1.38 million in Europe.
The publisher also announced that Obsidian-developed RPG Dungeon Siege 3 has now sold 820,000 units, of which 20,000 were bought in Japan, 320,000 in North America and 480,000 in Europe.
There's still no Payday: The Heist on the European PlayStation Store. But Sony offered a few words about the game's continued absence.
"We are close to being able to confirm the release date of Payday: The Heist and are just waiting for Sony Online Entertainment to provide 100 per cent confirmation, which we hope will be with us later today," wrote EU PlayStation blog manager James Gallagher. "Sony Europe and SOE are working hard to get the game in your hands as soon as possible; thank you for your patience."
The content that is available this week relates to Halloween, which happens on Monday, 31st October. There's a sale, which includes a half-price deal on the Prince of Persia trilogy, plus extra discounts for members of PlayStation Plus.
Action RPG sequel Dungeon Siege 3 gets a beefy DLC expansion this October on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, publisher Square Enix has announced.
Expected to sell for $9.99, Treasures of the Sun will include a new plot arc and additional quests set in the new environment of Aranoi Desert. You'll be searching for a lost Legion hero and rifling through a "forgotten abbey" for a long-lost Azunite treasure.
The DLC also adds in various new abilities and raises the level cap from 30 to 35. There'll be new monsters to fight and items to pick up, and a new Enchanting system that lets players enhance their weapons and armour.
Japanese sales of the 3DS have fallen off a cliff following the announcement that the struggling portable will get a hefty price cut next week.
Obsidian is working on an update to improve the PC controls for Dungeon Siege III, Eurogamer can reveal.
Resurgent dance regime Zumba Fitness has leapt back to the top of the UK gaming chart.
This week sees the return of a true classic in the world of gaming - a sequel to American McGee's Alice game! Ah, we kid. We mean Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 3D.
A demo for Dungeon Siege III is available for exploration on Xbox 360 from 31st May, publisher Square Enix has announced.
Everyone else will have to wait a week - the sampler goes live for PC and PlayStation 3 on 7th June.
The full Obsidian-developed dungeon crawler then follows on 17th June. For more on the "confident, likable, and engaging" sequel to 2005's excellent Dungeon Siege II, have a read of Christian Donlan's recent hands-on preview.
P45s are reportedly being handed at Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment, with senior staff among those made redundant.
Pre-purchase a PC copy of forthcoming action RPG Dungeon Siege III via Steam and you'll get the first two games in the series for free, publisher Square Enix has announced.
Forthcoming action RPG sequel Dungeon Siege III will now launch in Europe on 17th June, rather than 27th May as originally promised.
In Dungeon Siege III, co-op group members are allowed to vote on the outcome of key story decisions.
Your friends can decide whether a quest is accepted or turned down, noted the European PlayStation blog. They can even say whether a person lives or dies, and the consequences of their input can alter the course of the story.
The final decision, however, rests with the host of the co-op session.
Fallout: New Vegas and Alpha Protocol maker Obsidian is making an original Xbox Live Arcade action role-playing game.
Obsidian action RPG Dungeon Siege III will release on 27th May in Europe, publisher Square Enix has announced.
A Limited Edition is available only to those who pre-order. It contains four unique in-game items that can be activated on the day of launch.
Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian is making the game with the help of original creator Gas Powered Games and its boss Chris Taylor. It'll appear on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as well as PC.
Fallout: New Vegas creator Obsidian Entertainment has explained why the sprawling openworld RPG suffers from technical issues – including console-crashing bugs and corrupted save files.
You might not like his work, but German filmmaker Uwe Boll insists the powers that be - the Hollywood actors, agents and managers - take what he does seriously, despite his movies being critically trashed time and time again.
Uwe Boll, a German filmmaker of questionable talent, has signed blonde bombshell Dolph Lundgren for another Dungeon Siege-inspired movie.
The creator of PC hits Total Annihilation, Supreme Commander and Dungeon Siege has hit out at those who say PC gaming is dying and pointed to Valve's digital download service Steam as evidence of its booming popularity.
Square Enix has announced that Dungeon Siege III is in development at Obsidian Entertainment, under the watchful eye of original creator Gas Powered Games and its boss Chris Taylor.
The action-RPG will appear on PS3 and Xbox 360 as well as PC, and feature four-player co-op, according to a French press release on AGB (via VG247).
"Allying the intuitive gameplay of an action game with a proven role-playing system, Dungeon Siege 3 will take place in an immersive world where each of the player's decisions will have consequences," it says here. In French.
Uwe Boll is to be recognised for his contribution to movies by the organisers of the Golden Raspberry Awards - otherwise known as the Razzies.
Gas Powered Games boss Chris Taylor has spoken of a third Dungeon Siege game.