All Posts from May 19, 2014

Wolfenstein: The New Order – Glorious Bastards

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Wolfenstein 3D is, for old timers like me, one of the first 3D games we had ever played. It helped create the first person shooter genre, and it pioneered run-and-gun …

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Dragon Age Inquisition – Western Approach screens revealed

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Dragon Age Inquisition - Western Approach screens revealed Today we've gotten our hands on half a dozen new screenshots for the incredible looking Bioware RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition.  These screenshots …

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Freezepop and more making original music for Amplitude reboot

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Another reason to back Harmonix’s Kickstarter campaign for Amplitude has arisen as Freezepop will be joining the game’s soundtrack. Freezepop is an electronic band from Boston, who gained a lot …

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Crazy Eights: Game Designer Chevee Dodd

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Sometimes you see a game theme and you wonder how they came up with it.  Then you look at the game and think that it just might work.  That's the …

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Nintendo Believes Mario Kart 8 Could Turn Wii U Sales Around

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Nintendo Believes Mario Kart 8 Could Turn Wii U Sales Around It appears that Nintendo believes that a lot of the Wii U's struggles will be lessened by Mario Kart …

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Rare Suffers Layoffs, Includes Senior Staff Members

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Rare Suffers Layoffs, Includes Senior Staff Members Following reports that the studio was re-evaluating what it would do next, it is being reported that Rare has suffered layoffs. CVG is …

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New Shadow of Mordor Trailer Shows Off Upgrade System

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New Shadow of Mordor Trailer Shows Off Upgrade System Monolith Productions has released a new trailer for Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The trailer goes into the Lord of the …

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The clone is a lie – Project Temporality review

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The indie gaming landscape has been absolutely sick with Portal-alikes as of late, each hoping their central navigation gimmick and idiosyncratic take on puzzle narrative can unseat the reigning champions. …

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