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Assassin’s Creed Unity Time Anomaly trailer

Assassin’s Creed Unity, the upcoming 2014 new generation installment of the long running Assassin’s Creed series, is set to be released between November and December on PC, Xbox One and PS4. This new chapter is set within Paris during the [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  30 October, 2014
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Lords of the Fallen PC/PS4 Comparison

Thanks to CI Games, we were able to play Lords of the Fallen on both PC & PlayStation 4. In case you’re undecided regarding which version to choose, we’ve compared a few screenshots from the very first level, making an effort to [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  28 October, 2014
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Now you can try for free Civilization: Beyond Earth

  Are you a big fan of the neverending saga of Civilization, but still undecided if buy or not the next chapter entirely based on space exploration? Well, for you today Firaxis has released a free demo for Civilization: Beyond Earth.   [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  27 October, 2014
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Outlast 2 on every platform at launch

  Outlast developer Red Barrels has confirmed today that their sequel Outlast 2 will release on any platform at the same time, unlike its predecessor. Outlast launched on PC towards the end of 2013 before coming to PS4 and later on Xbox [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  24 October, 2014
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neotopia Dev: PS4 Is Hugely Appealing; Other Platforms Being Considered

Yesterday we published a snippet of our interview with neotopia developer David Dow, Director at madmunki. Today, we focus on why the team decided to choose PS4 as the main platform for development and whether neotopia will ever reach other [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  23 October, 2014
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Cool PES 2015 PC system requirements

These days, many PC games ported from consoles require a powerful system, even more so if badly optimized, like 8GB RAM as ‘minimum’ just to work (yeah, I am looking at you Dead Rising 3), so it is a welcome surprise that a new game like PES [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  10 October, 2014
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Spencer Committed To Supporting Both Xbox & PC

Phil Spencer, Head of Microsoft‘s Xbox Division and Microsoft Studios, was featured today in a long audio interview with The Inner Circle Podcast. Many interesting topics were raised, among which there was one which is particularly dear to [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  8 October, 2014
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F1 2014 Hands-On Preview

Another F1 Season, another F1 game by Codemasters. Much like FIFA, Madden and Call of Duty, we’ve come to expect a yearly release of the racer but, as we all know, it becomes increasingly difficult to improve from the previous iteration in [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  8 October, 2014
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Styx: Master of Shadows Review – Hit or Miss?

Styx: Master of Shadows has an appropriate name, mostly because this game completely caught me by surprise. I did hear the name before, maybe I saw a gameplay video or two around the internet, but I completely forgot this game was coming out [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  7 October, 2014
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Age of Wonders III: Golden Realms Review

We liked Age of Wonders III quite a bit; in fact, you can read what we thought of the base game here. Golden Realms, however, is the first expansion to hit Triumph‘s turn-based strategy game and, alongside the DLC, a free patch was also [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  3 October, 2014

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