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  • Nintendo, Sonic’s Downfall, League of Legends 2, and 2015 Games – Twinfinite Discusses

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    This might be just me, but I think the reason Sonic has gone down-hill for a while is due to the focus on story-based adventures with too much emphasis on the many characters in the franchise. Early Sonic games still had story elements, but they were lighter, allowing the action to take the bigger role, and creating an emphasis on gameplay Via Nintendo, Sonic’s Downfall, League of Legends 2, an... more.
  • 80’s inspired racer Drift Stage is coming to the PS4 and PSVita

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    The 80’s were a golden age for racing games. Out Run, Spy Hunter, Hard Drivin’, Super Sprint and Road Blasters pushed the boundaries of the time and fathered the genre that many of us love today. Super System Software are taking PlayStation gamers back to these glory days with Drift Stage, a racer with modern-day sensibilities but full of the 80’s Via 80’s inspired racer Drift... more.
  • Checkpoint Reached #51

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    On this week's episode Doug and Flav talk about what they've recently been playing covering such games as Dying Light, Diablo 3 and Heroes of The Storm. Then in the second segment Doug and Flav talk some more about what games their looking forward to in 2015. ( Dying Light , Heroes of the Storm , Mortal Kombat 10 , PC Via Checkpoint Reached #51... more.
  • Xbox One Exclusive Games Makes it Special For Fans

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    MyInfobeat: As i said in the title of my post that Microsoft’s Xbox One is surly going to be a special for gamer because of some big games releasing this year. I was checking some of the upcoming Xbox One games and came across some of the biggest titles I would definitely play this year, so decided to write a post Via Xbox One Exclusive Games Makes it Special For Fans... more.
  • Destiny Does Have Awesome Storytelling. Here’s Proof

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    GamesRadar - Yup, I'm still playing Destiny. And while storming through the raids with my buddies, collecting exotics, and blasting fools in the Crucible is great, those aren't the only things keeping me coming back. You might not believe me, but Destiny's story actually keeps me interested more than anything else. Destiny's lore is vast and complex, but you'll only get Via Destiny Does Have Awes... more.
  • The Square, Beautiful Wisdom Of Life Is Strange

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    Invisible Gamer's Gabe Gurwin writes: "Your parents just don’t get you. That “weird” music you’re playing is your way of expressing your emotions, and your ripped jeans and neon-blue hair aren’t taboo at schools like they were when those two were teenagers. They misuse your lingo, and even when they use it correctly, you still cringe from the anticipation of wha... more.
  • Are High Definition Remasters Worthwhile?

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    Most video game developers are very risk-averse in the current economical climate. Studio closures and unsuccessful games have led many publishers and developers to fear trying something new, when they have the option to instead fall back onto an established series or brand. There are very few triple-A releases that are entirely new, original intellectual properties, but there is also a Via Are H... more.
  • Dying Light review | aggrogamer

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    aggrogamer: "Even though the controls on the consoles are quite a bit difficult to master or to that matter generally nailed down well Dying Light is a fun game. To be honest if both of my above gripes would get patched out I'd already place Dying Light in my top games for 2015 and we just started the year. I totally Via Dying Light review | aggrogamer... more.
  • Shadow of Mordor’s ‘Nemesis System’ was inspired by pro sports

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    Monolith Productions' creative director Michael de Plater ran through a presentation on the topic of player-led narratives at this week's DICE Summit event. Discussing his company's work on the well-received Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and its clever 'Nemesis System', de Plater revealed that the initial concept was inspired by multiplayer games and pro sports. ( Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor ... more.
  • 10 Most Hypiest Games of 2015

    Posted by on February 6, 2015 under News
    Hype is a dangerous thing, it can often make people extremely excited for a game, despite there being no justification for that excitement. Unfortunately, this sets people up for disappointment when the game can't meet their overinflated expectations. High profile games will often get buried in a pile of hype, whether the game deserves it or not. These are some of Via 10 Most Hypiest Games of 201... more.




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