The second update to Terraria has hit with even more new content. On top of numerous bug fixes and tweaks to the multiplayer client, there are also some new items and enemies to find in your travels.
If you spend more time wandering around lost than building in Minecraft, the newest update might have just what you need. Notch has released the notes for the latest patch to his blocky opus and the big news coming out of it is maps.
Since Minecraft’s unexpected popularity explosion, there have been a string of indie titles hoping to catch some of that magic, and while there have been a handful of standout titles amongst them, none have been able to even remotely compete with the monolithic Minecraft. Then came Terraria.
Well, that was pretty damn quick.
Garry’s mod has new DRM and I love it.
Not one to let Gearbox Software have all the glory, Rockstar Games has revealed that their 1940s sandbox title, L.A. Noire, is ready for launch.