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Quantum Break for Xbox One and Windows 10

Quantum Break Preview

Quantum Break, a game by Remedy Entertainment creators of Alan Wake, has had plenty of news revealed about it today. Ranging from a PC release to pre-order bonuses and more anyone interested in this game has a lot more to look forward to. Quantum Break was a game originally announced in 2013 and is now scheduled to release in a couple of ... Read More »

Ubisoft Financials: Watch Dogs 2 in 2016, Creed in 2017

Watch Dogs 2

In a conference call to investors today, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ubisoft Yves Guillemot laid out several details about the company’s upcoming year. He confirmed that there would be no major Assassin’s Creed game coming out in 2016 (discounting mobile and the soon to be completed Chronicles trilogy). Assassin’s Creed Unity‘s buggy release changed Ubisoft’s thinking regarding the release schedule, and the poor sales of Syndicate despite ... Read More »

Final Fantasy XIV New info released about patch 3.2

Final Fantasy XIV patch header

Heavensward has been found to be a great expansion for Final Fantasy XIV so far. Square-Enix continues to release new content for their MMO, for the joy of the fans of the saga. Now that most of the end-game players had their chance to confront themselves with Alexander, it’s almost time for a new content patch. After what has been revealed today, patch ... Read More »

Action RPG Cornerstone: The Song of Tyrim Releases In April

Cornerstone The Song Of Tyrim

Cornerstone: The Song of Tyrim is an all new Action RPG that follows a boy by the name of Tyrim, a young viking from the village of Borja. Cornerstone was originally Kickstarted successfully in 2013 by a team of two in Sweden, offering a unique action RPG that infuses combat, crafting, and physics-based puzzle-solving in a world with a beautiful art style. Players can expect to ... Read More »

Just Cause 3 & Positive Diversity

Just Cause 3 Title Shot

Why didn’t anyone talk about Just Cause 3? I mean sure, it had its coverage cycle, got good to mixed reviews, Shaun really liked it. It suffered from being the 4th or 5th (depending on how you feel about Rise of the Tomb Raider) big game released in a one month period. So maybe when we should have been talking about ... Read More »

Bullet Points: Blood’s Devotion to Horror

Blood Easter Egg

Duke Nukem 3D was a love letter to action movies. Shadow Warrior was a send up to media coming across the pacific, from the hyper violent anime of the 90s to the old kung fu aciton movies. Hell, even Doom can be seen as a tribute to the development team’s days spent playing Dungeons and Dragons while listening to blaring heavy metal. Back in the ... Read More »

Between Me and the Night Review – I Can Relate

between me and the night cover

I don’t know how to start this review. I caught sight of Between Me and the Night, saw the visual style and said “Huh, this looks kind of neat. Guess I’ll give it a go”. With no other information about it, I started up a new game. On the surface it seemed simple enough, and while it wasn’t any sort of ... Read More »

Hitman, The Beta, and You

Hitman

The beta (read: demo. I’ll just use their terminology for consistency’s sake) for the Hitman reboot is coming up this weekend, and publisher Square Enix have divulged some more info regarding the preorder exclusive beta.  The beta, which has the full prologue available for play, will require an always-online connection for the duration of the beta. The game itself, however, will ... Read More »

Grand Theft Auto: Online Gets Struck By Cupid’s Bullet

Grand Theft Auto Online Valentine's Day

It’s that time of year again. You cuddle up next to your significant other, you put on some romantic Marvin Gaye, check if the safety on your Tommy gun is off, and cosily shoot some (not so innocent) bystanders in the face. That’s right! Valentine’s Day has come to Grand Theft Auto V‘s Los Santos! You can now join the festivities ... Read More »

Amazon Launches New Game Engine, Lumberyard

Lumberyard

If you want to make games, you’re in the right decade. In the last few years, game development became more and more accessible to the masses and what happened is known as the “indie revolution”. There are many awesome game engines out there and many of those (Unity and Unreal Engine come to mind) are even available for free. Latest entry to ... Read More »