Previews

Paper Diablo – Hands-on Book of Demons Preview

by 9 hours ago

I think the meeting with the Thing Trunk team went a little like this: “Hey, what was awesome about the original Diablo?” to which somebody responded “The way monsters, crates, …

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends Preview

by 2 days ago

It’s hard to believe that the Elder Scrolls franchise has been around for two decades. During that time, the fantasy realm of Tamriel has hosted a bevy of terrific role-playing …

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Rising to the top: Project Highrise preview

by 1 week ago

As a kid, Maxis was one of my favorite studios (hell, it still is), and I owned nearly every game they released. When it was acquired by EA in 1997, …

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Ascent and Survival: A chat with the developers of Suda51’s Let It Die

by 3 weeks ago

During this year's E3, I was lucky enough to get some face time with the lead creators behind the next upcoming title from Grasshopper Manufacture Inc., including Goichi Suda (aka …

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Out of death comes new life: Drop Zone revitalizes the RTS

by 3 weeks ago

Piloting mechanized rigs to fight against hordes of bug-like aliens is nothing new in the realm of real-time strategy, but combine the tactics of controlling a squad its individual units …

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Once more, for the Emperor: Impressions of Dawn of War 3’s take on Warhammer 40k

by 1 month ago

It's been twelve years since the first Dawn of War rampaged onto PC, bringing the Warhammer 40k tabletop fantasy game to life in brutal fashion. I was a fan of both …

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A peek into the world of Oculus: E3 preview

by 1 month ago

It’s your first ever E3. There are a ton of great games and experiences that you can’t wait to get your hands on, and at the top of that list …

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Monster among men: A preview of the chilling Vampyr

by 1 month ago

You need to feed. That's how the demo of Vampyr started, in our time at E3. Then again, that might be a misnomer. Playing as Jonathan, a doctor lost amidst …

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Desert sport odyssey: Hands-on with Supergiant Games’ Pyre

by 1 month ago

The last thing I would have expected from Supergiant Games was an action-sports game. Makers of Bastion and Transistor, their new title is something that seems strange for a team …

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Beautiful Brutality: Absolver preview

by 1 month ago

I love martial arts. I love movies about martial arts. I love the philosophy behind martial arts. And as a gamer, I obviously love video games about martial arts. But …

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Breach preview

by 1 month ago

    The Deus Ex series is best-known for its single-player campaign, which stars everyone’s favorite moody cyborg, Adam Jensen. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided plans on extending beyond the story campaign, however, …

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    Bunny hop: Hands-on with Strafe’s roguish take on old-school Quake

    by 1 month ago

    My demo for STRAFE took place in a sun-beaten parking lot on day three of E3 (well, show floor day three, anyways). Inside a dimly lit trailer, with a fog …

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