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Titanfall Gamescom Demo Is A Little Too Mirror's Edge-like
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 27th of August 2013 - 04:52 PM ]
I am sure that everyone has seen the following Titanfall trailer straight out of Gamescom last week. If not, then take a gander below. I am still trying to get excited for the game myself, slowly but surely, but I am starting to notice more and more of the "Free Running" aspect that was glossed over before and seems to be a key element to missions and survival. In earlier demos and showcasing this feature kind of seemed like a nice little extra to get to specific places on the map. This could be just what I took away from it all as I watched but, like I said, it is looking more or a key player… a star if you will. Read More...
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Dead Rising 3's New Trailer Shows The Real Tone Of The Game
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 20th of August 2013 - 11:16 PM ]
Just in case you were still worried about the overall tone of Dead Rising 3 still being "too serious" and you've missed all the Twitter chatter about the game still having its light hearted side, then do I have a trailer for you. The new Gamescom trailer for DR3 is out and from what I saw at SDCC for the game, this is more the tone that Capcom is going for. I'll let you take a watch in peace for now. Yes it was all CG, but from the gameplay I've been shown, the levity of it all is captured perfectly here and, as seen, still carries over from its predecessors. Read More...
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Here's What We Will Be Playing Day One For The Xbox One
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 20th of August 2013 - 08:17 PM ]
Since it seems that Microsoft is still fine tuning all of the "features" and "requirements" around the Xbox One, why don't we focus on what seems a bit more concrete right now? I'm talking about the launch line-up that they just released into the wild during Gamescom. Below you can see the full list of titles ranging through almost every genre that we gamers could want. Even though I am personally not happy with how some of the titles are being handled, looking at you Killer Instinct, it looks pretty damn strong. Also a fun little thing to ponder over, if these are all supposed to be Day One titles, doesn't it kind of point the finger at late November launch for the console? Read More...
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Here Is An Extended Look At Dying Light's Gameplay
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 16th of August 2013 - 10:00 PM ]
It only took a few months, but the world has been gifted with what was for Dying Light behind doors back in June. Yes, I'm talking about the E3 press showing of the game. Although I do have to say that there are at least a few differences that I saw here that I didn't get to see before. One of which actually pin points one of the features. The feature I am talking about is the dynamic side missions. In the below video you will see a side mission with a little girl in a closet. Read More...
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Here We Go With The Destiny Game Play Walkthrough... Again
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 3rd of July 2013 - 06:32 PM ]
You most likely saw the Destiny game play footage during the PlayStation event at E3. You also most likely saw my Destiny recording from the Activision booth. Just in case you missed it all of those times, Bungie and Activision have been gracious enough to give us yet another look at the game play of Destiny. On the plus side, it doesn't have my horrid video angle and "shaky cam" to watch from. Nor does it have the game stalling out or lackluster player call outs to each other. Read More...
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E3 2013 Impression: Dying Light
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Wednesday, 26th of June 2013 - 06:09 PM ]
Dying Light was one of the first games I got to sit in and watch at E3 and it was also one of the titles that really caught my attention leading up to the show. I completely enjoyed both of the Dead Island games and was interested to see how the FPS zombie genre was going to be changed as to make this a truly new IP for us gamers. Then I was a bit let down by essentially being shown Dead Island, with a few upgrades, mixed with the basics of Mirror's Edge. This isn't a horrible combination, but it doesn't really create anything completely new. Read More...
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E3 2013 Impression: Mad Max
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 21st of June 2013 - 11:00 PM ]
I was born when Mad Max 2 hit the big screen and I was barely four when Beyond Thunderdome came out, but that still didn't stop me from enjoying the films, and the NES game, in my youth. You can only imagine my excitement when I saw the announcement trailer for Mad Max during the Sony press conference. Even though it was all CGI, Avalanche Studios had an Alpha build of the game in the Warner Bros. booth to show to all of us eager fans. Read More...
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E3 2013 Impression: Destiny
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Thursday, 20th of June 2013 - 09:13 PM ]
If I have to say one thing to start it off, Bungie and Activision kept the ball rolling with Destiny and not hiding anything special behind the closed doors of E3. While yes there was a demo that people stood in line for up to two hours to get a new look at Destiny, for the most part it was exactly what was shown during the Sony press conference at the start of the show. Even down to the people who were showing off the game. If you don't believe me, you can go ahead and watch the whole demo that was shown in Activision's booth during the week. Read More...
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PS4 Vs. Xbox One UPDATE
by Greg Tatterfield [ Wednesday, 19th of June 2013 - 11:51 PM ]
Microsoft has just released an update for the Xbox One on their official site. After the fan outcry about Microsoft’s aggressive DRM policies it seems like they have turned over a new leaf. To update my previous article PS4 Vs. Xbox One, here is what is changing with the Xbox One. Always on line no more Microsoft has confirmed that you will not be required to be online to play single player games. After you complete a onetime set up after the un-boxing you will never have to connect with the Xbox servers again just as with the Xbox 360. There is no 24-hour check in required to play your games. Read More...
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More Information About Kingdom Hearts III Has Been Revealed
by Kenton Winkfield [ Wednesday, 19th of June 2013 - 10:08 PM ]
Recently a Japanese video game news magazine called Famitsu had a conversation with Tetsuya Nomura, the director of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts III, in an attempt to get some more information about the game. Thankfully we were able to get a translation of the information. Nomura has confirmed that the game will pick up where Dream Drop Distance left off and will be the final game in the "Dark Seeker" saga that was started in the first Kingdom Hearts game. The team is currently deciding which worlds will be used in the game. I personally hope we get a Star Wars world. Read More...
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PS4 Vs. Xbox One
by Greg Tatterfield [ Wednesday, 19th of June 2013 - 05:07 PM ]
With the dust settling from E3 and the promise of new systems on the horizon there is plenty to look forward to in the world of gaming. In the weeks preceding E3, Microsoft revealed more details about their upcoming system the Xbox One. Now that the console war has escalated at E3, it's time to look at all the specific details and the answers to everyone’s questions concerning used games and online connectivity. Consider this article as a “what console is right for me” reference. Does it have to be always online? Read More...
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The Announcement We've All Been Waiting For: Kingdom Hearts III
by Kenton Winkfield [ Monday, 17th of June 2013 - 04:08 PM ]
It's been ten years since we first met Sora in Kingdom Hearts and watched him team up with Donald and Goofy on a quest to find King Mickey and ultimately save the various worlds in the Disney universe from the clutches of the Heartless. Through the next nine games to be released we have watched Sora and company grow up while facing new foes and making new friends along the way. As well as learning of the history of the Kingdom Hearts universe and everyone in it. On June 10th, 2013, during Sony's E3 Press Conference, a teaser for Kingdom Hearts III was shown with the words "In Development" displaying after it ended. Read More...
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Microsoft E3 Recap
by Matt Waitt [ Wednesday, 12th of June 2013 - 04:54 PM ]
Microsoft gave us games. Lots and lots of games. So many games in fact that my head is spinning. So lets do a quick recap of what happened. Well first, and mostly, there were games being shown. Games, games, and more games. Here is a short list and features of the 13 games we were promised. Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain A truly open world experience Parcially takes place in Afghanistan and looks like it might also take place in Africa Real time weather effects Realistic passage of time Vehicles, tons and tons of vehicles: Jeeps, Tanks, Trucks, Cars and most likely mainy more Deeper stealth action (Dynamic dodging, crawling, etc.) Dynamic close quarters combat. Not much known about this except for a little showcase during the demo. Read More...
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Yet Another Live Action/CGI Trailer... This Time For Thief
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 11th of June 2013 - 04:59 PM ]
Here we go. A new trailer for Thief. Let's see what Square Enix and Eidos have up their sleeves for us in the new game. Hopefully it is some amazing game play or an awesome CGI story type affair to let us know where Thief is going to take us this go around. It's been almost a decade since we had a good solid Thief game so please don't let us down. Wait… it's a live action trailer with a voice over? Maybe 2 seconds of game play unless that was some fancy CGI. Read More...
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Is Dying Light A Capture The Flag/Parkour/Zombie Game?
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Saturday, 8th of June 2013 - 08:18 PM ]
Talk about another E3 trailer that is all CGI and no game play. A new trailer for Dying Light has just been released into the wild and it surprisingly shows no game play despite the fact that it will be on deck at the convention this year. What is interesting to note though is that even though there is no game play some of the events could point toward other aspects of the game than "survive the zombie uprising." Watch and enjoy the trailer and I'll throw out my speculations afterward. So we all know that Dying Light is going to have a free running aspect to the game. Read More...
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