Previews

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

by 5 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 months 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 6 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 6 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 6 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 6 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 6 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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