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  • Editorial: Assassin’s Creed Is No Longer Critically Relevant

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 8 readers - I always think music is a better model for videogames than film: individual series of games can be thought of as performers, reaching a feverish apex of popularity before settling into comfortable grooves and hoping for the rare, Kylie Minogue-like creative resurgence. What’s unusual about music is that most of its critical discourse revolves around pop.
  • Impressions: Galactic Civilizations 3

    Rock, Paper, Shotgun - - 6 readers - Gal Civ 3 has warped from Early Access alpha to Early Access beta, and brought with it more (but not all) features to the famous, 4X strategy game. Is it worth your time or money yet? We sent Brendan to investigate. Picture the scene ...
  • Bayonetta 2 chapter 3 gameplay

    Brutal Gamer - - 15 readers - Bayonetta surfs it up in Paradiso, dodging pieces of buildings, and battling a giant angel swimming beneath the surface of the waves. The level looks very beautiful, with clear blue skies and amazing looking water. All sorts of debris is hurling towards you as you’re riding the waves.

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  • Chariot Gameplay Trailer Showcases Puzzle Platforming

    …Chariot Gameplay Trailer Showcases Puzzle Platforming Posted by Eric G on September 1st, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: Chariot , Frima Games An official trailer for Frima Games’s Chariot is available on their YouTube channel. Lucky for you, I’ve embedded it into this post. You are very welcome. The trailer shows off some of the physics-based puzzle…

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  • Warframe Completes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Releases Update 14

    …Warframe Completes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Releases Update 14 Posted by Eric G on September 1st, 2014 | 0 Comments | Tags: Digital Extremes , Warframe And you thought it was just cropping up on your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds. Digital Extremes, the developers of PS4 free-to-play action game Warframe, have done something truly…

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  • Interstellar Marines Early Access Hands-On Impressions

    …The glitz and glam of the first-person shooter realm has become something bigger than itself. With high-ball engines that seem like only Hollywood could produce, there’s something empty about the experience as a whole. However, many would argue this is where the creative reins are grasped by the developers pouring their time into Early Access…

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  • Secret Ponchos Preview

    …-player free-for-all looks like. Updates on the Early Access version are incoming every couple of weeks, so I’ve no doubt it’s on the devs’ to do lists. I delayed writing this preview for a couple of weeks because I knew that the random online matchmaking wasn’t quite how I wanted to play this game. I wanted to play with a friend that I could talk…

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  • Preview: Sonic Universe #67

    …The past eight months start to fall into place with the start of the final part of the trilogy! Comicosity has another preview, this time for Sonic Universe #67! The events of Shadow Fall and Great Chaos Caper merge with each other as team Dark head onto Angel Island to look for one of the remaining Dark Arms left, Eclipse. Knuckles is also…

    2 readers - The Sonic Stadium - Universe -
  • Hands On: Renowned Explorers

    …By Adam Smith on August 26th, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Renowned Explorers was like an oasis of calm and colour in the cavernous halls of Gamescom. It’s a game about travelling the world in search of impressive artifacts to show off at the World Expo, but rather than making the journey into a nightmare of scurvy and resource management, developers Abbey…

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  • Hands On: Never Alone – Something special

    …It’s hard to capture Never Alone in words, it’s the sort of game that might not seem as captivating as it is until you play it. Playing as a young girl, your quest is to find the cause of a blizzard that is threatening the life and livelihood of your home. Naturally, you’re not a little girl from Florida or Spain, but Alaska, where blizzards can…

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  • Sunday Review: The BG Archive for the week of 8/18/14

    …For late Summer, there was no shortage of stuff going on this past week! We had news from all around the industry as well as some big reviews of the games of August including Metro Redux and Risen 3. FEATURES Gamescom 2014: Hands on with Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments Is The Last of Us Really That Good? Feature Friday: Is timed-DLC…

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  • The Evil Within Hands-on Preview

    … notice that the building had turned an odd blue hue, little did I know that this was the signal for the arrival of the Scary Coat Man. He’s unkillable, something they did warn us about, but that didn’t stop me from trying. If you take nothing else away from this preview then take away this: don’t waste precious shotgun ammo on something that can’t die…

    2 readers - Worlds Factory - The Evil Within -
  • Preview: A Fleshed Out RPG in Tales Of Xilla 2

    …Tales of Xillia is back with a sequel for the PlayStation 3. I really enjoyed the original and was glad to see that they decided to localise Tales Of Xillia 2 for this side of the world. Most of what we have come to expect has been kept intact with a few extra additions that’s sure to expand an already content packed RPG. So does Tales Of Xillia 2…

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  • Impressions: Galactic Civilizations 3

    …Gal Civ 3 has warped from Early Access alpha to Early Access beta, and brought with it more (but not all) features to the famous, 4X strategy game. Is it worth your time or money yet? We sent Brendan to investigate. Picture the scene. You are a peaceful, religious race of extra-terrestrials, but you are inexplicably at war with the three rival…

    6 readers - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Galactic Civilizations -
  • Preview: The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

    …Made by a splinter group of People Can Fly who created such explosive actions titles as Bulletstorm and Gears of War Judgement, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is nothing like you’d expect. In the hands-off preview screened at Gamescom, we saw zero guns, no enemies and not a single explosion. What we did see however was a vast, beautiful and eerie…

    2 readers - Worlds Factory - The Vanishing of Ethan Carter -


  • Hands-On: Pillars Of Eternity

    …After publishing my thorough conversation with Pillars of Eternity lead designer Josh Sawyer, I realised that I hadn’t actually expressed an opinion about the game. I was curious and hopeful but hadn’t had a chance to play it, and see how well all of the elements came together. The backer beta, which launched yesterday, is a huge relief. Pillars…

    5 readers - Adam Smith - Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Pillars of Eternity -
  • Borderlands The Pre-Sequel Hands On

    …Its good to be annoying, or at the very least, its better to be annoying than being annoyed. At this year’s Gamescom I managed to have a go at the upcoming Borderlands title, with the option of playing as Athena “the Gladiator” or Claptrap. I chose Claptrap. Obviously. When I first loaded up the game, it was hard to immediately notice…

    1 readers - Worlds Factory - Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! - Borderlands -

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