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  • Lords of the Fallen rips into first developer diary

    The first dev diary in a planned series takes a look at the unforgiving world that CI Games has crafted in Lords of the Fallen. If you’re into art and design (particularly when it comes to video games) it’s a treat to see a dev diary like this one. Not only does the team at CI Games chat up the finished product here, but they a ...

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  • The Witcher 3 follows The Trail in opening cinematic

    The long awaited opening cinematic for CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has finally debuted. And oh what a trail it is. Yes, I know that was just a cinematic piece and there was no gameplay in it. Here’s the thing though, the gameplay doesn’t look all that much different and, quite frankly if you’re going to get excited about a cut-scene’s debut, this is the one to get pumped about.

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  • Assassin’s Creed Unity playable at this weekend’s London Con

    If you’re in London this weekend for the MCM London Comic Con, then you’ll be able to spend some quality time with Ubisoft’s latest. Comic Con’s have become a hotbed of gaming debuts and announcements and this year’s MCM London Comic Con has a pretty nice gameplay opportunity with Assassin’s Creed Unity.

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  • Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer debuts, looks suitably awesome

    Originally scheduled to debut with this coming week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC, the Age of Ultron trailer has made its official debut a little not he early side thanks to a leak the day before. Lots to like in there if you’re a Marvel fan. LOTS. I think Ultron is one of the dullest and most boring villains in all of comics too, and even I liked it.

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  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Retro Movie) Review

    Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Retro Movie) Review Texas Chainsaw Massacre is that special kind of horror that doesn’t seem to show up any more. While many modern movies attempt to be terrifying, bloody and disturbing, quite often it doesn’t work and the end result is a badly acted, (more often than not) sex-filled mess that isn’t disturbing or enjoyable to watch.

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  • BG’s Month of Terror: Our most terrifying in-game moments

    Everybody who’s been gaming for a long time has one. A moment where you’re playing a ‘scary’ game and cooking, humming along just fine till you reach it… a moment that just shouts ‘nope’. These are some of those. Be afraid. I can remember more than a few of those style segments in horror games over the years.

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  • Experience the world and immersion of Assassin’s Creed Unity

    The newest trailer for Ubisoft’s latest Assassin’s Creed title talks up some big improvements to some of the smaller parts of your typical AC title. The goal being to make them, well, not so small. Man does that game look good, or does it look good? I’m talking about graphically of course, but the new side-quest system looks like it’ll actually make for some interesting adve ...

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  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PC Game Review)

    The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PC Game Review) The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a rare kind of game. One that only comes by once in a great while, but when it does, it’s a masterpiece. Tranquil and idyllic, The Vanishing’s setting frames a set of grisly murders (I’m just going to refer to it as The Vanishing for the rest of the review) The Vanishing begins with the main c ...

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  • BEHIND THE CREATION OF GANG UP! ROBIN KEIJZER

    Robin Keijzer was born in a town called Zwolle in the Netherlands. Later on in his life he moved south, where he studied and now lives in Breda. Illustration has always been Robin’s biggest hobby even when it became his day job. He also enjoys playing Dungeons and Dragons as well as building scenery for a friend of his who is really into Warhammer.

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  • Nintendo Direct Super Smash Bros for Wii U

    Earlier today there was a special edition of Nintendo Direct stream focusing on the upcoming release of Super Smash Bros for Wii U. It was essentially a compilation of 50 facts about the game and how it differs from the 3DS version that came out recently. Since there are fifty facts Nintendo presents and I want you to watch the whole video, this will just cover some highlights.

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  • Attilan rises next Summer – the Inhumans are back

    Did you think that Marvel’s Inhumans were getting brushed aside with all the talk of the revisiting classic crossover events next year? Think again. Now, mind you this is only a teaser, so there’s really nothing to talk about yet other than the image that was released today. The image in question though, is a doozy.

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  • Destiny rolls, is top selling game in the US for September and one of the biggest ever

    Bungie and Activision’s latest is a hit. Not only was it the top selling game in the US for September, but it also now ranks in the top ten ‘largest’ of all time. For the sheer number of fans that Destiny has, it also has those who tend to pick at it for issues that’ve popped up since launch. The latter group doesn’t seem to be affecting sales of the game though, as it’s bec ...

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  • Is there a San Andreas HD edition coming to consoles?

    Put this one in the ‘rumor’ file for now as there’s little to go on, but it looks like there might be an HD re-release of one of the most popular Grand Theft Auto’s of all time on the way. Okay. So… there’s a bit of weirdness surrounding this one, so you really need to take it with a grain of salt. Still though, if true this could definitely be a cool one.

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  • First Halo: Nightfall trailer debuts

    Agent Locke and crew are on the hunt for a Covenant super-weapon capable of wiping out humans at a genetic level. So far, so good. I don’t know how big a fan I am of all these ‘console’ TV shows that are on the drawing boards (oh wait, yes I do), but Halo: Nightfall is looking like it might be worth a look when it finally arrives on the Xbox One.

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