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Remnant: From The Ashes Is Announced & Asking Us To Survive Even More
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 12th of July 2018 - 09:00 PM ]
Remnant Another survival-action games, Remnant: From The Ashes, is announced and heading to us as we have the first trailer to show us what Remnant: From The Ashes is all about As if Gunfire Games did not have a full plate already, here we go with a new announcement and title with Remnant: From The Ashes. Add one more title to their list that we will be adding to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC come 2019. That is at least if survival-shooters are your kind of game as that is what Remnant: From The Ashes. Read More...
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Neverwinter Is Making The Plunge & Heading To The PS4 This Summer
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 2nd of June 2016 - 09:00 PM ]
Neverwinter It has just been announced that Neverwinter is making the move over to the PS4 and all of Neverwinter's expansions will be coming with it It looks like the PS4 crowd is finally going to get a great taste of Dungeons & Dragons as Neverwinter is finally making its debut on the platform. Only a few years after Cryptic brought the MMO to the PC and a year after it made its way to the Xbox One but none the less it is coming. Neverwinter is coming and it is slated for sometime this Summer at its current pace. Read More...
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Star Trek Online Boldly Goes Toward Consoles This Fall
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 12th of May 2016 - 05:00 PM ]
Star Trek Long running Star Trek Online MMO is now heading to the PS4 and Xbox One so more players can experience the Star Trek free-to-play title It's only been about six months in the waiting but now it looks like Star Trek Online is making the voyage to the PS4 and Xbox One. This is something that Perfect World and Cryptic had in the cards since the consoles that could handle the game's engine popped up and we will be seeing it again this Fall. As an added bonus here too, Star Trek Online will also be keeping its Free-To-Play model during the leap so there will be no worry about having to shell out for a game here to play a massive version of "catch up." It does seem a bit odd that it took this long for Star Trek Online to try and make the jump over to the console world but given the controls and UI of the PC version I think it is safe to say that we can blame it on that. Read More...
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All The Torchlight II Info You'll Ever Need
by Matt Waitt [ Friday, 31st of August 2012 - 05:22 PM ]
One of my favorite dungeon crawlers returns later this month on Steam. That's right, Torchlight II finally has a release date and in honor of that I would like to inform all of you with knowledge! For knowledge is power! Yeah, I don't know what I'm babbling about. I'm just really excited for Torchlight II. Well, enough of that. Let's get on with the goodies. Read More...
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E3 2012 Hands On: Neverwinter
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 13th of June 2012 - 11:29 PM ]
Talk about another title that wasn't on my radar until I got a chance to sit down and actually have some good hands on with. The title in the instance is Neverwinter. Another attempt at making the perfect version of Dungeons&Dragons into an interactive video game. In this attempt though, I feel that they are just about spot on with what I was able to play. Just as a heads up, I was only able to get handsie with the Wizard class, although it felt more like a Sorcerer. The first thing I have to say that impressed me was the fact that the game deviates from the "tab" based combat system and takes on a very active based one. Read More...
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Belated E3 Impressions: Jade Dynasty
by Brian Bentley [ Tuesday, 23rd of June 2009 - 03:37 PM ]
There is an unfair bias among many in the media here in North America against micro-transactions and free-to-play Massive Multiplayer Online games. That somehow if you play a non-subscription-based system (i.e. World of Warcraft), you’ll catch some communicable disease of un-coolness. What most gaming enthusiast journalists fail to focus on is this market is increasing by huge leaps daily with more and more players, especially individuals who would never play something like World of Warcraft but put tens of hours a week into one of these free-to-play MMOs. At E3 this year, I stopped by Perfect World Entertainment to see their assortment of free-to-play MMOs, especially Jade Dynasty. I had an opportunity to sit with Andrew Brown, the game’s product manager, to discuss the open beta and upcoming release. Read More...
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