Previews

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

by 3 months 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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When the food fights back: Attack on Titan preview

by 3 months ago

In an alternate history and on an alternate earth, as mankind was entering the fledgling years of its industrial revolution, giant creatures appeared, the Titans, and with thoughtless,relentless, and bloody-minded …

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I got drunk and stole a boat in Rare’s Sea of Thieves – preview

by 3 months ago

Sea of Thieves fulfills a fantasy I’ve had for a long time. As a pirate, Sea of Thieves gives the player the freedom to sail the high seas, search for …

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The Batman we may want, but not the Telltale game we deserve: Telltale’s Batman Preview

by 3 months ago

    For years now, Telltale Games have been adapting numerous and beloved stories into playable narratives that fans and newcomers can enjoy. In many cases, these titles have added something new …

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    Bringing a gun to a spaceship fight: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare preview

    by 3 months ago

    There are two ways I’ve come to look at Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. One is just as a first person shooter game, measured and considered in its own right, …

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    Taking crazy pills: We Happy Few preview

    by 3 months ago

    “Happy people have no history.” – Leo Tolstoy This chilling quote opens the We Happy Few demo and immediately sets the tone for what is shaping up to be one …

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    Stealth assasinations at their most beautiful: Aragami preview

    by 3 months ago

    Aragami is a stealth action game that takes inspiration from other titles like Mark of the Ninja and Tenchu. What separates it from those titles are its beautiful art that …

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    Can’t read my Gwent face: Hands-on with Gwent: The Witcher Card Game

    by 3 months ago

    Gwent is bigger than it has any reason to be. It was that way in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, where a relatively small card game-turned-side quest became a cult …

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    The platforming revival you’ve been waiting for: Yooka-Laylee preview

    by 3 months ago

    Since 2000, I’ve been anxiously awaiting another Banjo-Kazooie platformer. As a series that helped define my early gaming years, Rare’s pair of Nintendo 64 collect-a-thons enthralled me with their wonderful …

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    Carving a new path: Hands-on impressions with Agents of Mayhem

    by 3 months ago

      Throughout their recent creations, Volition has maintained a strict through line with their world, their love for the color purple, and most notably, the off the wall action. When they …

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      Into the wild: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild preview

      by 3 months ago

      Most Zelda games open with a colorful burst of exposition and character. A humble beginning, an unexpected hero, and a gaudy green tunic; these things are routine for any tale …

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      Telltale’s Batman doesn’t seem to address criticism surrounding the studio

      by 3 months ago

        Seeing the first thirty minutes of Telltale's upcoming Batman series is strange when you've played nearly everything the studio has put out in the past five years. What I saw …

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