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BioShock Infinite ending: It’s all easy to explain, really

More posts about Mar 28 2013 52 Comments

Spoilers in this post. Don’t continue if you don’t want to be spoiled! BioShock Infinite is an amazing game (and we don’t doubt it, read our spoiler-free review), and is being touted by the masses as a running candidate for video game of the year (and it’s barely March!). The ending of BioShock Infinite is a big shocker, with both plot twists and mind-twisting events leading up to the big bang. If you’ve completed BioShock Infinite and want to […]

EA unveils Battlefield 4 with first trailer and screenshots

More posts about Mar 27 2013 add comment

During the Game Developers Conference, Electronic Arts revealed its popular first-person shooter, Battlefield 4. This new trailer features pretty much everything you’d expect from a military FPS game – explosions, falling buildings, running soldiers, near-death moments, and, oh… explosions! The graphics look breathtakingly beautiful as usual, thanks to the new game engine Frostbite 3. As for the faces, the engine blurs the lines between reality and simple facial animation.
Battlefield 4 is said to be more ‘open-world’ with players having the […]

BioShock Infinite review – To infinite and beyond

More posts about Mar 26 2013 add comment

BioShock Infinite is one of 2013’s most anticipated games – fans have been waiting nearly 3 years since the game was announced and in the past three months, we’ve seen a heavy and steady stream of promotion in the form of teasers, trailers, screenshots and demos from Irrational Games. Is BioShock Infinite worth the wait? After finishing the game and inspecting every nook and cranny, we have the answer right here.

Assassin vs. sharks, first trailer for Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

More posts about Mar 26 2013 add comment

No, really, did Edward Kenway just fight off Jaws? In this first look of the fourth Assassin’s Creed installment, there’s plenty of swashbuckling action on the Caribbean islands and swimming, too, it seems deep down in the sea where stingrays lurk. Of course, just like every other Assassin’s Creed trailer, the video cuts away seconds after Edward leaps down onto his target, before he performs an aerial assassination. There’s lots of naval warfare on the high seas to keep your […]

New Watch Dogs video observes protagonist Aiden Pearce

More posts about Mar 26 2013 add comment

Ubisoft has uploaded a video – a surveillance video, to be precise – of Aiden Pearce on the city streets, looking highly suspicious with his brown cap and poor taste of clothing. It’s pretty much the same thing we have watched in previous trailer except this time it has a female voiceover. Also, the game seems to recycle plenty of sound effects from TV show Person of Interest. Don’t they know if they keep posting the same old video in […]

BioShock Infinite launch day trailer gets us in the mood for adventure

More posts about Mar 25 2013 add comment

Brace yourselves because in a few hours, BioShock Infinite will be out and ready to play. Irrational Games has already enthusiastically uploaded a launch day trailer. In the minute-long video, we’re exposed to protagonist Booker DeWitt in action, Elizabeth and the city of Columbia – nothing that we haven’t seen in previous screenshots and trailers but it certainly drums up anticipation for the game’s imminent release. Be sure to watch out for our review of BioShock Infinite this week!

New Metro: Last Light screenshots show scary post-apocalyptic Russia

More posts about Mar 22 2013 add comment

Just Wednesday, we got a glimpse of a new trailer for upcoming post-apocalyptic horror game, Metro: Last Light. There was plenty of human against human fighting in the gloomy depths of the Metro tunnels and we saw a large presence of Fourth Reich members (an enemy faction seen in the original Metro 2033) as well as an enemy commander dressed as a Hitler-lookalike. 4A Games has released 10 screenshots showing the scary underground and scenic but eerie abandoned ruins […]

Thief storyline allows for kill-free gameplay

More posts about Mar 21 2013 add comment

Announced earlier this month as a reboot of the series, Thief is set to be released in 2014 for PC, PlayStation 4 and other next-generation consoles (2013 Xbox perhaps?). The folks at Eidos Montreal have written a blog post where they spoke with Nicolas Cantin, Game Director of Thief, about the direction of the game.
Cantin mentions that they’re designing Garrett, the main character in the Thief reboot, so that he isn’t too gothic-looking (black nails […]

Tomb Raider Global Brand and Creative Directors do AMA interview on Reddit

More posts about Mar 20 2013 add comment

It’s been two weeks since the reboot Tomb Raider hit store shelves. We reviewed the game and it was likable for many reasons; earlier this week, we wrote a Q&A discussing things about the game that wouldn’t fit in a review. Well if you’re in to more news about Tomb Raider, you’ve got it because it just happens that Karl Stewart and Noah Hughes, the Global Brand Director and Creative Director for Tomb Raider respectively have done

BioShock Infinite in the works for Mac, coming Summer 2013

More posts about Mar 20 2013 add comment

It’s official: BioShock Infinite will also be coming to OS X this summer. Aspyr Media, a company that specializes in publishing games for Mac, confirmed today that it will be developing BioShock Infinite for OS X which will allow gamers to play on their Apple machines. Aspyr Media is famous for their Apple OS X ports of the Call of Duty and Borderlands franchises. This marks a departure from Feral Interactive, the company that ported the original […]

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