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  • Ranking the Batman: Arkham games

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    Martin from GamersFTW writes: The Arkham games have undoubtedly cemented themselves as the greatest superhero games of all time. Each and every entry showed us what it truly meant to be the Batman, not only with his cool gadgets and astounding combat abilities, but also showcasing why he is known simply as “The World’s Greatest Detective". With that being said, it’s Via Ranking the Batman:... more.
  • Destiny’s upcoming changes could make it great again

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    DS writes: Destiny was fantastic fun for the opening couple of months, but the seriously repetitive content soon became an issue. Bungie's hype fizzled out to reveal a selection of empty play areas of uninspired fetch quests. Then came the expansions via a Season Pass that cost as much as buying the original game again, albeit with a tiny amount of Via Destiny's upcoming changes could make it gre... more.
  • Why Destiny Dev Dropped Peter Dinklage for Nolan North

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    Gamespot: "One of the biggest surprises about the new Destiny expansion, The Taken King, is that developer Bungie has hired voice actor Nolan North to be the new voice of the in-game Ghost companion. North, who is a prolific video game voice actor known for titles like Uncharted and Assassin's Creed, hasn't been brought on just for the expansion, either; he Via Why Destiny Dev Dropped Peter ... more.
  • Sony: We Let Our First-Party Teams Create Without Too Much Direction

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News, Paws Button, Trailers
    Push Square: "Sony's first-party output has always pushed boundaries. While the platform holder has funded its fair share of shooters and racing games, experimental outings such as ICO and Heavy Rain have always composed a core part of its output, too. And speaking at Gamescom 2015, SCEE boss Jim Ryan has revealed that the platform holder prefers to be as hands-off Via Sony: We Let Our First-Par... more.
  • How Cross-Play on Xbox and Windows 10 Will Work

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    With the release of Windows 10, one of Microsoft’s new headline features is Cross-Play between Xbox One and PC players. This isn’t the company’s first foray into cross platform play. Back in 2007, FASA studios, which had a first-party publishing deal with Microsoft, released Shadowrun, a fast-paced shooter that could be played competitively between Xbox 360 and PC players. Despi... more.
  • Xbox: We have a game for every region in Europe

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    Xbox boasts that it has a game to suit every European territory. EMEA boss Neil Thompson stopped short of saying the company could take the No.1 position from PlayStation, which is currently dominating sales across the territory. But he did tell MCV @ Gamescom that the line-up for Christmas 2015 will allow Microsoft to at least regain market share, and win Via Xbox: We have a game for every regio... more.
  • Sean Eyestone wears a “Kojima Productions” t-shirt at Gamescom

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    While presenting the latest Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain demo at the IGN booth at Gamescom 2015, Sean Eyestone (which is introduced as "Sean from Kojima Productions") wore a shirt saying "Kojima Productions" and with its usual logo on it. This is pretty weird, considering the rumours that have been circulating about the studio's disbandment. Let me also remind Via Sean... more.
  • What Can Beer Teach Us About Quality Video Games?

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    Is there any product you’d buy at full price if you knew it was missing components, was likely to break, or flagrantly failed to live up to its advertising claims? For example, would you buy a case of beer with two bottles missing if you were promised they’d be delivered to your door at a loosely specified date in the future? Via What Can Beer Teach Us About Quality Video Games?... more.
  • Life is Strange PC Review: Episode 3 & 4| PC Gaming Enthusiast

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News, PC
    Greg of PC Gaming Enthusiast reviews Life is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory and Episode 4: The Dark Room. He writes: "After playing through Life is Strange: Episode 2, I was starting to think the series was growing stale. This is important considering interactive media, like gaming, is susceptible to the adage “the sequel is never as good as the original.” Via Life is Strange PC Review: Epi... more.
  • Short Pause LIVE: Galak-Z Gameplay (PS4)

    Posted by on August 8, 2015 under News
    Short Pause: "During this weeks Short Pause Live Stream, Brent played his way through the first season of Galak-Z, a rogue-like anime-themed shooter from 17-BIT. In order to progress through the story, you have to complete five consecutive missions before you make your way to the next season. There is a pretty steep learning curve with the controls; this isn't your Via Short Pause LIVE: Gala... more.

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