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  • Resident Evil HD Remaster vs Gamecube REmake Graphics Comparison Video

    Posted by on January 20, 2015 under News
    AOTF writes:"In my review of Capcom’s Resident Evil HD Remaster I noted that while players of the original Gamecube remake might not immediately notice the difference in graphics quality, it is certainly there. This lack of notice is largely due to nostalgia goggles, which make us remember the game better than it actually was. Make no mistake, for its time, and Via Resident Evil HD Rem... more.
  • Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta Preview – Trust in Play

    Posted by on January 20, 2015 under News
    Trust in Play writes - "Halo 5: Guardians has gotten a bad wrap. Since revealing the competitive multiplayer, the words “Call of Duty clone” have entered the vernacular surrounding Halo 5. While the claim isn’t unfounded when shown a quick video of gameplay, it’s one that quickly dissipates after spending any amount of time with the game. 343 Industries has done Via H... more.
  • PS4 is Worth a Buy Because of Some Big Titles Releasing This Year

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    210° As I said in the title of my post that PS4 Also known as PlayStation 4 is totally worth a buy because of some big titles hitting stores this year. I was checking some of the upcoming PlayStation 4 games and came across some of the biggest titles I would definitely play this year, so decided to write a post Via PS4 is Worth a Buy Because of Some Big Titles Releasing This Year... more.
  • Best Art Direction of 2014

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    gamrReview's Joseph Trotter: "Art Direction ought not be something defined by whose £400 console is better than their neighbour's £400 console at producing pixels. Readers with eyes will notice the heavily stylised nature of the nominees; it is harder to become more excited by the possibilities of extra pores on Cristiano Ronaldo's nose than the sheer beauty of a well-constructed... more.
  • 18 New Video Games Coming In 2015 You Need To Know About

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    WC: Now that the new consoles have been out for over a year both developers and publishers have gotten get their acts together, and although 2015 will also see things like the sixth major Elder Scrolls, ninth main Metal Gear and fifteenth overall Call of Duty, it’s great to see just as many original IPs gearing up to charm your socks Via 18 New Video Games Coming In 2015 You Need To Know Ab... more.
  • Best Music Score of 2014

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    80° gamrReview's Zach Frimpong: "Music is one of the most important aspects of a game's presentation. Music can incite excitement, fear, and a sense of determination; a good soundtrack has the ability to make a title immediately more enjoyable. Music is also one of the most underrated aspects of modern video games, and those who create some of our favorite video Via Best Music Score of 2... more.
  • Worst Video Game Endings of All Time

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    NuzCo writes: "It is all too common for the thought of worst video game endings to accrue to players. Video games haven’t been notorious for their grand story telling throughout the years. Although we have seen some pretty epic tales, we have also seen some really bad ones too. In the light of that statement, we have made a list to Via Worst Video Game Endings of All Time... more.
  • Funk of Titans Review – The Gamers Lounge

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    Jeremy from The Gamers Lounge writes: "Funk of Titans is a fast-paced, side-scrolling platformer developed and published by the indie group A Crowd of Monsters. In Funk of Titans, you take control of Perseus, son of Zeus, and try to protect the Funk. You will venture through 3 different "worlds", Pop, Rap and Rock, each with its own unique level style Via Funk of Titans Review - Th... more.
  • VRFocus Preview: Project CARS

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    VRFocus-After a seemingly last minute delay, Slightly Mad Studios’ Project CARS is set for release later this year. The device will support both Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus, for PC and PlayStation 4 respectively, in due course, and VRFocus managed to get some hands-on time with the former. Slightly Mad Studios are convinced that racing videogames and virtual reality (VR) are Via VRFocu... more.
  • Media Molecule’s New PS4 Game Will “Empower People to Make Amazing Sounds With a Fun Instrument”

    Posted by on January 13, 2015 under News
    Media Molecule is working on an unannounced PS4 game, which was teased at the presentation of Sony’s new console almost two years ago, and of which we really don’t know much. A few days ago, the studio released a career opportunity ad for an audio programmer, and today they published a video related to the same position. Interestingly, it includes a Via Media Molecule’s New PS4 Game... more.




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