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  • First look at Tales of Berseria’s Magilou and Bienfu

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under Paws Button
    Famitsu has gone up with a new online preview of Tales of Berseria providing our first, still direct-feed look at new characters Magilou and Bienfu. Both characters were first introduced in last week’s issue of Weekly Jump.Both characters were also briefly featured in the third trailer that debuted earlier this week.Tales of Berseria is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan i... more.
  • From Failure to Success, The Remarkable Recovery of WW2 Shooter Days of War

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under Walkthroughs
    Georgi Trenev writes: "It seems like this was the right choice, too, judging by the project now being fully funded only a day after its launch. The main difference now is that the current sum covers the bare minimum required for Days of War to enter Early Access (including Carentan as a playable map), with later tiers coming at $20,000 increments and covering additions such as British, Russi... more.
  • The Division and 6 Other Games That Do NYC Justice

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under Best Games, News
    The gaming industry is filled with great locations, some unworldly, and some that we all can relate to as real world locations. The Big Apple, a.k.a, New York City, is one of the more iconic and popular settings in all media, including video games. These games have been set in New York City and manage to bring out the best of it in digital media. ( Grand Theft Auto IV , PC , PS3 , PS4 , Tom Clanc... more.
  • Dragon: The Game Looks Good But Plays… Not Good

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under Best Games, News
    Serena Nelson writes: "It's no secret that I love dragons. Which is why when I saw Dragon: The Game launch on Kickstarter I didn't hesitate to back it. After receiving my Steam early access key I couldn't wait to try it out. I really did love the idea of being able to play as the giant winged lizards of folklore and the promise of being able to do pretty much anything that I can think of as ... more.
  • Could 2016 be Deep Silver’s biggest year yet?

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under News, Trailers
    In the last five years, Deep Silver has elevated itself into the publishing big leagues.2011’s zombie smash hit Dead Island put the company on the map worldwide. Then two years later, the company made a number of high-profile IP acquisitions from a bankrupt THQ. Deep Silver managed to get its hands on the open world crime franchise Saints Row, as well as post-apocalyptic IP Metro.What follo... more.
  • An interview with Adam Orth: ADR1FT and going indie

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under News
    Mike Stubbs: "You may have noticed that a few weeks back I swanned off to London to play Adr1ft, or at least I hope you noticed, I did write a preview on it. But back to the matter at hand, because at that very same event I sat down with Adam Orth, creative director on ADR1FT (which basically means he is the head honcho) and co-founder of the studio behind it, Three One Zero. We chatted abou... more.
  • Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 PS4 review – TGG

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under PS3 / PS4
    War is hell, especially when you’re a pea shooter under suppressive fire from a bunch of rabid zombies, until an magical Rose swans in and turns them into goats! Garden Warfare 2 is bigger, better and crazier than its previous outing, packed full of content. PVZ GW2 is possibly one of the best game's EA have released in years. And this is the reason why. ( Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare... more.
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division Review – IMGMR

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under News
    As a writer from Baltimore, an American city not too far off New York, Tom Clancy created a universe in which Ubisoft Massive, the developer of this title, exploited and innovated in. The Division offers a unique MMO shooter experience that differentiates itself from other games of the franchise. After shipping out shooters from series like Far Cry, Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and Watch Dogs, how ca... more.
  • PlayStation VR – A taste of why you need to jump inside

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under News
    P&L write:"It’s great to see some indie action coming to PSVR as Mike Bithell is currently working on an expansion pack to Volume. Volume: Coda picks up after the events of the core game and introduces a new character and a new campaign featuring 30 new levels. Futuridium developer Mixed Bag will be bringing an updated Futuridium EP Deluxe out with full PSVR support at launch too.&... more.
  • Hands-on with Rebellion’s chaotic Battlezone on PlayStation VR | GamesBeat

    Posted by on March 18, 2016 under News
    GB: Battlezone was one of my favorite arcade games when I was growing up. But the old Atari game that debuted in 1980 was just a wireframe vector-graphics model with a green landscape and red specks that you fired at other tanks.Today, Rebellion’s remake of the title in virtual reality on the PlayStation VR headset is a much more colorful affair, but it has the same chaotic intense tank wa... more.

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