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SDCC 2014 Hands On: Metro 2033 Redux
by Julia Schoebel [ Friday, 1st of August 2014 - 07:00 PM ]
While At SDCC I Got To See Metro 2033 Redux In A More Intimate Setting Than Just The Trailer. Here's My Take On It I know that Metro 2033 Redux has been debuted at many other events since its first announcement. San Diego Comic Con has been my first time to have a chance to actually play the new HD version of Metro 2033. Before this I had only experienced the world of Metro via videos online, second hand conversations, or watching others play the game. For what it was it looked nice but nothing I would personally write home about. Read More...
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Looks Like We Have A Date To Re-Enter The Metro With Metro Redux
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 24th of June 2014 - 05:00 PM ]
The release date for Metro Redux has been announced for both the collection and individual titles getting the upscale We had a possible "leak" yesterday for a title I have been excited for but today we have one for Metro Redux; another major thing of excitement for me. It looks like we are all going to get to enter the Metro again August 26th. Or you'll be entering the Metro for your first time in a fully upgraded version of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. Both amazing titles and both going to blow minds on the PS4 and Xbox One. Read More...
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Have A Better Look At The Updated Family Life In Metro Redux
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 30th of May 2014 - 07:00 PM ]
A new set of screen shots for Metro Redux have been released showing off the amazing upgrades for Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light A little over a week ago we got details for Metro Redux with a nice trailer showing off Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light running at 60 FPS. As I am sure we will most likely be seeing some hands on time with the collection at E3 coming up here it is not too surprising that we are getting a few new screen shots from the upcoming re-releases. There is no telling if these are PC, XB1, or PS4 shots but they do look damned pretty. Have a look and maybe you can tell the scenes from which title that is included in Metro Redux. Read More...
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Metro Redux Is Now Completely Announced With All The Perks
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 22nd of May 2014 - 05:00 PM ]
Metro Redux, as well as HD versions of 2033 and Last Light, have been 100% announced with all of their details. Late in March this year there were rumors abound about Metro Redux coming to the next gen consoles. This would be a HD version of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light all together for the PS4, XB1, and PC. It was so well rumored that Deep Silver and 4A Games even released a statement about the 'leaked' information stating that there is way more to it all than was being talked about. As of right now, we have all those details and they are just as amazing as we were told they would be. Read More...
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Metro Redux Is A Real Thing And No Longer Rumor…Of Sorts
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 31st of March 2014 - 07:00 PM ]
Metro Redux was a rumor that cropped up recently but has since been confirmed by Deep Silver. It is seeming like developers and publishers are having issues keeping their titles in work under wraps as of late as we have yet another 'leak' that has been confirmed; this time for Metro Redux. What is Metro Redux? If the images provided below are anything to explain it is a new edition of the Metro franchise from 4A Games and Deep Silver. Here's what can be gleaned from these 'leaked' images. Read More...
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Review: Metro: Last Light
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Monday, 13th of May 2013 - 05:09 PM ]
We Sit Down And Review Metro: Last Light. The wait is over for the sequel to Metro 2033. Metro: Last Light is upon us and is continuing the saga of humanity's decimation and Artyom. Let's get down to brass tacks with how Last Light plays and feels. Story The story picks up with Artyom after following the "bad ending" of 2033. That would be allowing the Dark Ones to get blown to hell after they threatened the last safe haven of humanity in Russia. It turns out that one of these "Dark Ones" survived and has been spotted. Read More...
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New Metro: Last Light Trailer Shows Us Salvation
by Matt Waitt [ Wednesday, 20th of March 2013 - 10:52 PM ]
The guys over at 4A Games have just released a new trailer for the upcoming Metro: Last Light. This trailer features a lot of Neo-Nazi's, executions of civilians, and a little surprise at the very end. For those who don't know, Metro: Last Light and Metro 2033 are based off the international best seller by Dimitry Glukhovsky. The Metro franchise takes place in a post-apocalyptic Russia where a nuclear war has ravaged the entire earth forcing humanity to live underground. But they're not alone. Read More...
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Games We Are Looking Forward To In 2013
by Matt Waitt [ Tuesday, 18th of December 2012 - 05:48 PM ]
With the end of the year coming soon and the end of the world coming sooner, I thought now would be a good time to show off some of the games we're most excited for. So let's get right into the goods. First off we have the third installment to the amazingly beautiful franchise of Crysis, with Crysis 3. Developed by Crytek and Published by EA, Crysis 3 takes place twenty-four years after the events of Crysis 2. Players will be taking the role of Prophet again as he returns to New York. Read More...
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New Metro: Last Light Trailer
by Matt Waitt [ Tuesday, 11th of December 2012 - 10:28 PM ]
The guys over at THQ and 4A Games have released a new game play trailer for Metro: Last Light. The trailer has the main character, Artyom, reciting a passage from the Christian bible. I believe the passage is Genesis 1:1 to Genesis 2:3. The passage explains how God created the earth in six days and then rested on the seventh. But enough about religious mythology. Let's talk about how amazing this game looks. Read More...
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Will The Wii U Be Worth It?
by Greg Tatterfield [ Tuesday, 4th of September 2012 - 05:16 PM ]
In 2006 Nintendo released the Wii which was the successor to the GameCube. The Wii had huge success in both China and North America. The Wii quickly outsold the PS3 and the XBox 360 at its low price point of $249.99 at launch. After 6 years Nintendo is planning to release their new console the Wii U sometime this year. The Wii U marks the only next generation console releasing this year. Being the first console out of the starting gate the question is will it be worth it the price? Read More...
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See The Destroyed World Of Metro: Last Light Like I Have
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 24th of July 2012 - 10:20 PM ]
While I am sure that my words painted a perfect picture of what to expect in Metro: Last Light I can totally get that you all want to actually see what I was actually talking about. In my E3 impressions I included a few short looks at the demo I was shown, but 4A Games and THQ have finally supplied us with a full, un-edited version of the demo I was shown. Take a few minutes and try to get the full experience. There we go and much better than the bit shown before. Read More...
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Indie Game Of The Month: A Valley Without Wind
by Fred Buell [ Thursday, 28th of June 2012 - 06:33 PM ]
For all those lovers of classic action games or side scrolling RPGs; look no further than A Valley Without Wind. When I spoke with the developers from Arcen Games at PAX East last April, they had said they loved the old 2D actioners like Super Metroid, Castlevania and so on. They said the one thing they hate about those games is 'they end.' A Valley Without Wind plays just like the aforementioned games with a hint of MMO and one huge difference. It doesn’t end and the maps a randomly generated. Read More...
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E3 2012 Impressions: Metro: Last Light
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 12th of June 2012 - 07:23 PM ]
Some may not know that while at E3 to see some of the titles you are interested in you sometimes have to sit through demos or presentations of games you have no interest in or may have barely heard of. This was the case for me, but it lead to a spectacular showing of Metro: Last Light. I had little to no clue about this horror FPS, outside of the live action trailer (see below), except that it is the sequel to Metro 2033. This was good going into the demonstration as I was able to view it through 'virgin' eyes. So the game play started out like one would expect of any FPS title. Read More...
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Nintendo Reminds Us They Have Games
by Brian Bentley [ Wednesday, 18th of August 2010 - 05:19 PM ]
With Gamescom 2010 getting into full swing with news and announcements, Nintendo decided they wanted to remind its consumers that they too have games coming out this fall and that you won't want to miss them. Two games in particular were given solid release dates. Kirby's Epic Yarn and Donkey Kong Country Returns were big hits at E3 this year and have been generating huge buzz for their impending arrival. While I could never get close enough to play Kirby's Epic Yarn, I did have an opportunity to play with our large, simian friend. If you didn't catch my thoughts in our E3 podcasts, I can tell you here that the game is addictive... Read More...
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Metroid Other M For Mouth Watering
by Andy [ Thursday, 1st of April 2010 - 10:24 PM ]
We have been waiting nearly a year now since the game was announced at E3 last year to see anything substantial from Metroid: Other M. Well we wait no more. Below is a new trailer that shows everything from cinematics to gameplay to control structure. Kind of a nice big reveal for everything surrounding Metroid: Other M. I do have issues believing that this game is on the Wii juist because of how nice everything looks. I mean look at the in-game action and tell me that doesn't look like something the Wii would never be able to pump out. Read More...
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