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  • Don’t Call Mass Effect: Andromeda an Open World Game

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Usually, we see people in Gamble's position telling us what their games rather than what their games , so it's clear that developer BioWare is trying to keep expectations in check. Ever since Andromeda was properly announced - no, we're not counting that bloody concept art trailer - it's often been referred to as the series' first foray into the open world genre, coming off the back of , which op... more.
  • Which City Will Watch Dogs 3 Be Set In?

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    A new ending has been patched into which teases the location of the next game in the series. Ubisoft dropped a meaty 10GB patch for the open world title earlier this week, adding new clothing, bug fixes, and the aforementioned concluding cut-scene. There are spoilers in this article, so if you don't want to know the finer details of the release's finale, then maybe look away now. GGD Partner Shar... more.
  • Sony: Horizon’s Aloy Is a PlayStation Icon of the Future

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Sony's made no secret of the fact that it sees as one of its next tentpole franchises, and at the heart of that is Aloy, the red-headed huntress who serves as both the game's protagonist and its focal point. The platform holder has talked candidly about the heroine in the past, revealing that it can be risky to go with lady leads. But the character got the go-ahead, and now the company's quite bu... more.
  • Digimon World: Next Order – Review | Sirus Gaming

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Guest Writer from Rappler: "All in all, I would still highly recommend Digimon World: Next Order. Even though I’m an outsider, its deep system for raising Digimons is engaging and fun enough for me to like the game." Cringe-Worthy Gaming Scenes We Wish Never Happened Use This 'Rave in the Redwoods' Glitch To Stay Alive on Solo 7 Gaming World Records You Could Probably Break Right ... more.
  • Final Fantasy: The Top Ten Musical Pieces in the Franchise

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Twinfinite: "These songs made us feel exactly what we were meant to." 12 Crazy Way Video Game Pirates Were Punished by Developers The Secret To Ripping Through Super Mario In 5 Minutes 10 Funniest Video Game Cheats We'll Never Forget GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • PS Vita Exclusive NepNep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru Gets New Trailer Introducing Yurina

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Compile Heart launched a new trailer for their game NepNep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru, coming to PlayStation Vita in 2017 in Japan as a free-to-play game. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Uncanny Valley Review – PlayStation 4 – ThisGenGaming

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    "Not everyone out there are crazy about pixel games on current gen consoles but I for one appreciate them because I love a wide variety of games. There are bad ones and good ones just like with any other type of game and I’ve played many of both over the years. Uncanny Valley is a new pixel art horror title from indie developer Cowardly Creations." GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • GAMEYE Review for Android | GT USA

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    Keeping up with your game collection can be a chore. Thankfully, many apps have been designed and released to make it as easy as using your smart device, which is a lot more reliable than using your memory, especially if your game collection reaches over 100+ games. App Developer HDNA has invited GameTraders USA to GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Gameplay from Halo Wars 2’s Tutorial Mission – The Signal

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    We managed to snag an early copy of Halo Wars 2 thanks to Microsoft. Take a look at our gameplay coverage for Halo Wars 2‘s tutorial mission titled “The Signal.” GGD Partner Shared:... more.
  • Spheroids Review | LifeisXbox

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2017 under News
    LifeisXbox writes: At the core, Spheroids is a fun game that everyone can play and I really believe that developer Eclipse has the talent to make something great but Spheroids only shows fragments of that talent. Too many things break the fun part of the game, resulting in a fun experience albeit some rough mediocre parts. GGD Partner Shared:... more.
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