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Lords of the Fallen Dev On Dropping PS3&360

Many of you might not be aware of this, but Lords of the Fallen was originally meant to be a PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 game (along PC, of course). However, in the early stages of development the teams (Deck13 Interactive and CI Games) working [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  15 October, 2014

Natural Doctrine Review – Cruel and Unusual

“Games just aren’t difficult anymore” is a phrase thrown around by elder, nostalgic gamers regarding the games of their youth. In a sense, there’s some truth to it; Super Mario 3D World is hardly as challenging as Super Mario Bros. if you’re a [...] Read more
Dave Aubrey |  11 October, 2014

Dragon Age Inquisition PC Requirements Revealed Along With Screens

Electronic Arts just revealed the official Dragon Age Inquisition PC requirements, along with screnshots taken from the platform (presumably at max settings, but it’s just a hunch). Don’t worry too much, since the game uses Frostbite [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  10 October, 2014

CD Projekt Loves Skyrim,Hopes To Replace It With The Witcher 3

Each passing day means that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, perhaps the single most anticipated videogame release on the horizon and winner of many Worlds Factory Gamescom 2014 Awards (including Best of the Show), is one step closer to launching. [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  1 October, 2014
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New Dragon Age Inquisition Screenshots Show Stunning Graphics

Electronic Arts just released some stunning new Dragon Age Inquisition screenshots, showcasing the unbridled power of Frostbite Engine when coupled with the great artists at Bioware. At 10:00 AM PDT, there will be a Twitch livestream on [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  29 September, 2014

Wasteland 2 Review – Classics Never Die

After 26 years, a very successful Kickstarter campaign which raised nearly $3 Million and a few delays here and there, the sequel to Wasteland, the beloved 1988 classic, is finally upon us. Wasteland 2, in fact, is very proud of its origin and [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  23 September, 2014

Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Ivory King delayed

  While it is not a huge tragedy, if you were planning on playing the latest Dark Souls 2 DLC at day-one you’ll need to revise your plans, as today Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Ivory King has been delayed on all formats by a week by Namco [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  22 September, 2014

Blueside Expects PS4 Importance To Increase Rapidly; Shows Stunning KUFII Videos

Although the scene at the Tokyo Game Show might have been stolen by more famous games such as Metal Gear Solid V and Final Fantasy XV, there were many other interesting titles on display, including Blueside‘s long awaited Kingdom Under [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  19 September, 2014

Shadow of Mordor To Last Over 30 Hours

In less than two weeks, Warner Bros and Monolith Productions will release Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, which has all the hallmarks of a great game as I found out during Gamescom. The developers celebrated the upcoming launch with a Reddit [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  19 September, 2014

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited – Worth the Visit

Despite being a long-running and very popular series, I doubt you would be blamed if you were to admit that you’d never heard of Disgaea. Still, being over a decade old and with fans all over the world, there are very good reasons to pay [...] Read more
Dave Aubrey |  10 September, 2014


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