Previews

Tom Clancy’s The Division – Hands-on preview

by 6 months ago

Hundreds of billions of dollars change hands on the day after Thanksgiving. In a bid to grab the latest tech, clothes for the kids, or that cheap Blu Ray player, …

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – Get to know the new classes

by 6 months ago

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 introduces six new characters classes (three plant classes, and three zombie classes). The Imp, Super Brainz, and Captain Deadbeard join the zombie horde, while …

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – Justin Wiebe Interview

by 6 months ago

Popcap Games gave us a sneak peek at Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2, and we had the opportunity to chat with Creative Director Justin Wiebe to ask some of …

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 – preview

by 6 months ago

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare was arguably the silliest game of 2014. The combat was over-the-top, the characters were hilarious, and the entire experience poked fun at the shooter genre …

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“Mind over matter” – Randall preview

by 6 months ago

The average video game show floor today is more crowded with indies than it has ever been, so it can be challenging for developers to make their game stand out. …

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Exploring a corrupted world with isometric Souls-inspired Eitr

by 7 months ago

In Norse mythology, the word “eitr” refers to a substance that is the source of all living things, yet is also corrupting and poisonous to all that touch it. This …

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Geometric rhythm meets multiplayer mayhem in Just Shapes & Beats

by 7 months ago

    Throughout the Playstation Experience, there was always one booth pumping music, with a single TV that was always occupied. After listening to it for the better part of a day, …

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    Guns galore with Enter the Gungeon

    by 7 months ago

    There’s something incredibly addicting about roguelikes. Whether it’s the overwhelming odds or the encouragement that comes from climbing up the learning curve, there’s a satisfying quality that stems from the …

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    “Dying Light: The Following,” electric buggies, and the undead – An interview with Techland’s Maciej Binkowski

    by 7 months ago

    Dying Light was one of the biggest surprises of 2015, and Gaming Trend praised it for its excellent parkour and melee combat mechanics in our review. With Dying Light's first major …

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    Peering into the abyss with retro action platformer Chasm

    by 7 months ago

    Metroidvania is a term that gets a little over-used. It isn’t very descriptive and demands knowledge of two games and their inner machinations to understand. However, it does aptly describe …

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    Sleuthing around with Jenny LeClue: Detectivú

    by 7 months ago

    Narrative-based episodic adventure games are more common than ever these days. Whether it’s a licensed game such as The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us from Telltale, or an …

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    A city of intrigue, art and murder unmasked in Masquerada: Songs and Shadows

    by 7 months ago

    One of my favorite parts of a new role-playing game is getting absolutely lost in the universe. The best RPGs, in my opinion, have lore that begs to be dove …

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