It's time for the orcs to die deader than they've ever died before with the help of the first DLC pack for Orcs Must Die! (See? Told you.), The Artifacts of Power, due out Tuesday, Oct. 25 for $2.49 on Steam. The DLC includes two new weapons, two new traps and an item-upgrade upgrade, as listed b...
October 23rd 2011 at 2:30pm
The thing about Orcs is, as misunderstood as they possibly may be, they still gotta go. They must die. It's kinda like destiny.
And, as was foretold (give or take a day) by the great seers at Robot Entertainment, Orcs Must Die! is now available for download on Steam. PC gamers, you no longer hav...
October 12th 2011 at 1:45am
OnLive is feeling the indie love at Indiecade 2011 this weekend with the announcement of six new indie titles landing in its library this fall:
Orcs Must Die
Avadon: The Black Fortress
OnLive already offers popular-indie games such as Bra...
October 8th 2011 at 4:30pm
There truly are few things more satisfying in a video game than watching a plan of your own invention be executed with immaculate success. For all its bells, whistles and promised hordes of greenskinned invaders, the real meat of Orcs Must Die happens in the moments before your fortresses doors a...
October 5th 2011 at 4:00pm
Orcs Must Die! will unleash the horde on October 5 and 12 on Xbox Live Arcade and PC, respectively. Robot Entertainment's third-person tower defense game charges the player with defending their castle from wave after wave of Orcish invaders, using diabolical and silly traps.
September 20th 2011 at 8:50am
If you haven't had the chance to try Orcs Must Die! at a PAX this year, here's the closest you'll get before the game's October launch (or a demo). This interactive walkthrough trailer, with 30 possible combinations, lets the viewer choose traps and see the results.
September 15th 2011 at 11:40am
Robot Entertainment is not only bringing tower defense title Orcs Must Die to PAX Prime later on this week, but the company is providing a show special as well. At the booth in Seattle during the show, they'll be giving out special codes for the game's War Mage character, designed after Penny Arc...
August 15th 2011 at 10:00pm
Robot Entertainment announced today that third-person tower defender Orcs Must Die! will be published by Microsoft Studios and available later this summer for PC and Xbox Live Arcade. The developer previously gave us a window of "late August or early September."
Orcs Must Die! will be playable t...
July 18th 2011 at 10:45am
Robot Entertainment's Orcs Must Die! arsenal videos continue with the fire bracers. There's only one way to cook orc: well done. Although, a little olive oil rub with rosemary and garlic does help bring out the flavors.
June 20th 2011 at 10:30pm
While checking out Orcs Must Die! at E3 this week, we spoke with lead designer Ian Fischer and inquired about the game's planned launch window. The current plan is to launch on Steam and Xbox Live Arcade initially sometime this summer.
"It'll be launching on XBLA and Steam initially, then other...
June 11th 2011 at 12:00am
It's hard to define Orcs Must Die!. On paper, it's a marriage of the Tower Defense and the action-RPG genres -- but the influence of one doesn't trump the other; it doesn't feel dominated by either one of those two genres. Robot Entertainment has expertly blended the two genres together to create...
Sure, you could set up elaborate, expensive traps to try and quell the invading armies of Orcs in Orcs Must Die, or you could go the route of your cheapskate uncle Terry: the spring trap. It's cost-effective, effective-effective and something any skeet shooting aficionado should appreciate.