Every year seems to have a narrative to it. Sometimes, it’s the games; other times, it’s the controversies or the emergence of something new that attempts to add new wrinkles to the medium. Call of Duty. DLC. Micro-transactions. These were some of the most influential game-changers of the last generation of consoles. With 2013 already becoming a hazy memory, the games industry is turning its eyes to what the future might hold. This is the year where next-generation consoles are the prime focus for the industry and with that, the biggest players will attempt new strategies to win big.
In its August update, Rust adds a dangerous Bandit Town and swampy environments to explore.
After four years the game is not done but it’s coming out anyway with a price increase.
You can’t buy it anymore, but this list of the £130-worth of games included in the latest Humble Monthly Bundle might help you decide if you want to opt in for next month’s.
Just when you’ve thought you’ve seen it all, this petition pops up. Earlier today we reported about gamers being upset that Facepunch were creating a … Read moreUnbelievable Rust petition appeals to “Uncancel Rust”
Comments on gaming sites border on the ridiculous much of the time and buyers of Rust were incensed when Facepunch revealed a new game on Friday. Facepunch … Read moreRust fans angry after Facepunch reveal new game. What were they expecting?
It’s time for more Rust development news, straight from the hand of Garry “I’m not Gary Newman” Newman. Devblog 8 takes a look at the … Read moreRust’s devblog 8 is a trouserless man on a procedural map
Last time I checked a Rust devblog, creator Garry Newman seemed rather depressed; this time he’s a bit happier. This may or may not be … Read moreRust’s latest devblog is all about glistening male buttocks
Rust creator Garry Newman (Garry’s Mod, not Are Friends Electric?) sounds as if he wishes far fewer people actually played his game. He opens this third … Read moreRust’s latest devblog talks item editing and time scales
There has been a lot of complaints from players of Facepunch’s Rust but as we reported at the start of the month it wasn’t being … Read moreRust anti-cheat system now in play – Beware of CheatPunch
Facepunch must be extremely pleased with their latest Steam sales numbers for Rust, the very incomplete game has now sold more than a million copies. … Read moreRust sells 1 million
The latest game update for Facepunch’s Rust is music to my ears as they’ve finally decided to get rid of Zombies. After complaints about zombies … Read moreRust is no longer a Zombie survival game – Zombies removed
Anyone who’s been playing Facepunch’s survival game Rust will probably have at least one story to tell which has involved someone cheating. It’s a real … Read moreRust cheats are a “huge priority” for Facepunch
Steam Early Access can be a wonderful thing if you’re an indie developer, it brings in much needed cash as the game is being developed. … Read moreRust sales booming – Already made 55% of Garry’s Mod earnings
Open world survival game Rust is set to beat Garry’s Mod sales record by a wide margin, selling over 250,000 copies. Both game are works … Read moreRust’s 250,000 Copies Sold Astounds Garry’s Mod Creators
Facepunch Studios has shared its delight at the Steam sales figures of their building survival title Rust. In a blog update this evening Garry Newman … Read moreFacepunch “knocked out” by Rust sales figures
Facepunch thought they had the DDoS attacks sorted a couple of days ago but sadly it’s taken longer than expected to find a solution to … Read moreRust gets new client and server update to stop DDoS attacks
Facepunch Studios updated once again with the status of the Rust servers and it appears the measure put in place yesterday have not been enough … Read moreRust servers still suffering from DDoS Attacks