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  • Feature: 5 Crucial Resident Evil 7 Questions Answered

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    Considering the main house within which you'll spend most of your time is clearly inspired by the Spencer Mansion, Resident Evil 7 feels closest to the first game. Expect storage chests and typewriter-esque cassette decks, all of which promise to augment a classic survival horror feel. There are clearly inspirations from elsewhere, however: the obsession with VHS from Outlast, the stalking from ,... more.
  • Rise & Shine Xbox One Gameplay

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    Watch as Bryan from Nerd Theory play the beginning of Rise & Shine for the Xbox One. In what appears to be a ordinary side scrolling, platform shooter, he finds himself cussing up a storm in his aggravation. Please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE to the Nerd The GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Award-winning hacker puzzle game Darknet hits PlayStation VR in early 2017

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    PS Blog: When you work in an industry as close-knit as independent VR game development, you often find yourself with the chance to collaborate with some very cool, very talented people. For Archiact, that opportunity came in the form of a partnership with E McNeill and his award-winning puzzle game, Darknet. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • 10 Games With Way Better Graphics Than Gameplay

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    starchild 9m ago Yeah, I don't understand that either. Crysis 1 was great. In fact, I enjoyed all of the Crysis games, although the first was my favorite. I loved the tools at your disposal and all the different ways you could approach a situation. The Crysis games, as a series, have a higher rating than, say, the Killzone series, yet people still act like that is a good series and are excited fo... more.
  • The Flame In The Flood: Complete Edition Review – SquareXO

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    SquareXO Writes: Flame in the Flood is a procedurally generated survival game which will get its hooks into you from the minute you start playing, even if it’s not quite clear what your end goal is when things start off. The Killer Game That Just Made Sequels Obsolete 10 Greatest Secret Bosses in Gaming History 11 Banned Video Games You'll Never Be Able To Play GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Nintendo Switch: A Premium Offering For 3DS Users?

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    Could Switch work as a portable alternative for 3DS users? 8 Aged Versions Of Your Favourite Superheroes 20 Games That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2017 GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • What If Super Mario Odyssey Retold The Actual Odyssey?

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    What does Super Mario Odyssey hold in store? Its title provides plenty of fuel for speculation as to the game's plot. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • EA Play 2017 announced

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    Electronic Arts once again hosting a showcase just prior to E3 Electronic Arts has announced that EA PLAY is returning in 2017 and will be held from June 10-12 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. EA PLAY 2017 hopes to connect fans around the world to EA’s biggest new games through live broadcasts, community content, competitions and more. Those that can attend in Hollywood will exper... more.
  • Switch Hardware is a Strong Step Up From Wii U, but Much Else Worries

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    RSKnight 1h ago It looks it will be like the jump from Gamecube to the Wii, slightly more power and focused on motion controls. I've already experienced that and to be honest I didn't like it. I bought Zelda Twilight Princes for the Wii when it was released in November 2006 (also had a Gamecube), and a few years later when I got to play it again but on the Gamecube without all the motion bullshit... more.
  • Nioh to add free PvP mode after launch

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 19, 2017 under News
    Nioh will add a free player-versus-player mode shortly after launch, director Yosuke Hayashi told Gamereactor Espana. “We plan to offer a player-versus-player mode for free in the near future following launch,” Hayashi said. “There is also a season pass available for pre-order on the PlayStation Store that will add three large downloadable contents in short … GGD Partner ... more.
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