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  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | NGN

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NGN: I can’t help but feel a warm fuzzy feeling when a proper, old-school expansion like The Old Blood comes out. No seasons pass, no piecemeal drip-feed of a story broken into fragments and released months apart. Just a good old fashioned self-contained singleplayer experience with more than enough meat on its bones to justify the price tag and leave you Via Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Revi... more.
  • Invisible, Inc. Review | GameRevolution

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    GR: Stealth and strategy fall under separate genre labels, but stealth requires careful strategy. In many ways the two go hand in hand, and Klei Entertainment's Invisible, Inc. operates with the symbiotic relationship in mind. It's a strategy game first and foremost, but success involves stealth. Getting spotted isn't a viable option, and the emphasis on low-key movement establishes the game's Vi... more.
  • The best bars in PlayStation history

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    Official Playstation Magazine: Who doesn't love a few cheeky drinks after a long day? Getting the rounds in at your favourite public house is a time-honoured tradition that extends from the genteel British country Inn to the puke-stained cobbles outside of a small city Weatherspoons on a Tuesday night. Even video games tip their collective hat to all the dive bars Via The best bars in PlayStation... more.
  • Axiom Verge Review | NZGamer

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NZG: The Metroidvania genre is something that’s been getting its fair share of attention lately. In the last few years, we’ve seen a handful of new takes released, like Drinkbox’s excellent Guacamelee, last year’s Strider reboot, and the artful Ori and the Blind Forest. These sorts of games seem to pop up on Kickstarter relatively often, like Legend of Iya and Via Axiom Ve... more.
  • In Defence of Remasters

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NZGamer: Love them or hate them, remasters look like they’re here to stay. But are they really such a blight on the games industry? It seems like almost every week, there’s a new remastered, remade, or simply re-released game being announced. This year alone, we’ve seen Resident Evil, Saints Row IV, DmC: Devil May Cry, Grim Fandango, Might & Magic III, Via In Defence of Rema... more.
  • Exclusive Gameplay Of Star Wars Combat In Disney Infinity 3.0

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    GI:"When visiting Avalanche Software for our June cover story on Disney Infinity 3.0, one of the team's big talking points was how they've tapped the minds of Ninja Theory to help deepen the game's combat. Disney provided us with gameplay footage showing off some of the Star Wars characters' skills in combat and their finishing moves" ( Disney Infinity 3.0 , Via Exclusive Gameplay Of St... more.
  • Goat Simulator Review | NZGamer

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NZGamer: pretty sure Goat Simulator is a joke, and I’m also pretty sure I’m the butt of that joke. I don’t mean the obvious sense of a joke either. Clearly Goat Simulator is a jab at Farm Simulator and Train Simulator and all of those other games that give you deep and detailed control over something that most of us consider Via Goat Simulator Review | NZGamer... more.
  • Oculus Rift vs. Morpheus vs. Vive VR

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    Virtual reality gaming has gained momentum in the last few years, with the Oculus Rift, Sony's Project Morpheus, and Valve's HTC Vive each pitching forward their own take on the virtual space. As VR hardware draws closer to a consumer launch, which are you most interested in picking up? To help out, we list and compare the specifications and game library Via Oculus Rift vs. Morpheus vs. Vive VR... more.
  • Project Cars Review | NGN

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NGN: Before Kickstarter and other crowd-funded initiatives took off in the video game space, individual publishers had already started to engage their fanbases directly. Through the 'World Of Mass Development' portal, racing veterans at Slightly Mad Studios were able to successfully raise over 3 million dollars for the development of a simulation racing game that would compete with the publisher-... more.
  • Inside My Radio Review | GameRevolution

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    GR: Inside My Radio is an indie platformer that tasks players with falling in rhythm to the soundtrack that accompanies each level. The brief journey takes three separate characters through multiple levels in mostly left-to-right fashion. Each character features their own general sound, from disco to electronic and reggae/dub. Now, there’s a tune to each level too, and that can be Via Insid... more.

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