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  • Nathan Drake’s Regenerative Health Was Actually His ‘Luck Running Out’

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    When released all the way back in 2007, regenerating health was the latest game design trope that was being bandied around. Every one of Nathan Drake's adventures has used this health system, but this little tidbit from Naughty Dog animator Jonathan Cooper suggests that it wasn't really a health system at all. GameGuidedog Partners Nathan Drake's Regenerative Health Was Actually His 'Luck Running... more.
  • Rumour: Second Tekken 7 DLC Season Pass Leaked

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    B/c paying $60 for a base game and $20-$30 for the rest wasn't enough, now it will cost $100-$120 to get the complete game. Marvelous. This is at least the 3rd game I've read about to do this, DBXV2 and FFXV being the other 2. Pokken Tournament DX on the Switch, which most people assumed DX stood for "deluxe", which meant complete, also got a season pass announced after release. I don't... more.
  • Next Up Hero

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    The other glaring negative in Next Up Hero is that to play even a second of the game the player must have a membership. While online memberships are arguably commonplace these days, those who do not have paid subscriptions cannot engage at all with Next Up Hero, limiting the audience at best and causing glaring frustration at worst. GameGuidedog Partners Next Up Hero... more.
  • The Spectrum Retreat (PS4) Review | GamePitt

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    Rob Pitt writes: The Spectrum Retreat is a brilliant and thought-provoking puzzle game from the one-man developer Dan Smith Studios. Not only is Dan still studying at the University of Leeds, but the prototype for The Spectrum Retreat actually won him a BAFTA YGD back in 2016. Imagine waking up with no knowledge of who or where you are, only to find yourself in a beautiful and majestic hotel whic... more.
  • LEGO The Incredibles Review | TheXboxHub

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    James writes - "The super-powered Parr family first hit the big screen, courtesy of animation studio Pixar, as part of The Incredibles film way back in 2004. It’s taken until now, 14 years later, for the Parrs to make their long-awaited return in Incredibles 2 and, with almost perfect timing from developers TT Fusion, that’s lead to the arrival of an Incredibles themed LEGO game.... more.
  • Prey: Mooncrash Review (PS4) – GearNuke

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    If you have enjoyed your time with Prey, don’t let the random elements deter you from buying this expansion. This is basically the best thing for a downloadable content that the developers could have done with Prey’s gameplay and it is worth its asking price if you want more of the same. GameGuidedog Partners Prey: Mooncrash Review (PS4) - GearNuke... more.
  • BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review (Switch) – GearNuke

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is an incredibly fun and varied fighting game with some great combat mechanics. It is the lack of content and a poor character roster for a fighting game crossover that makes it an overall disappointing product. GameGuidedog Partners BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review (Switch) - GearNuke... more.
  • Sony: We Need to Cater to All People, Regardless of Age, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Ethnicity

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    Diversity is a hot button topic in the games industry right now, but we can probably all agree that greater representation is a good thing as the medium becomes more mass market. It’s something that Sony believes in, too, and has been illustrated by games like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Detroit: Become Human, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. Speaking with MCV, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yos... more.
  • The Spectrum Retreat

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    Here's one for you: two years ago, 20-year-old game designer Dan Smith won a BAFTA in the Young Game Designers category for his prototype of what would become . What's more, publisher Ripstone has stepped in to help turn the game into a fully fledged commercial product. It's quite an achievement for the up and coming game maker, and more to the point, his game stacks up fairly well against other ... more.
  • The Spectrum Retreat – Review – Jump Dash Roll

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 9, 2018 under News
    From BAFTA-winning designer Dan Smith comes The Spectrum Retreat, a first-person puzzle game set in a creepy hotel. Releasing on PS4, Switch, Xbox One and PC, is it worth checking out, or will you simply want to check out? Jump Dash Roll drops off its luggage and inspects the bedsheets for bugs. GameGuidedog Partners The Spectrum Retreat - Review - Jump Dash Roll... more.
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