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BioShock Infinite: The voice talents behind the Lutece twins

More posts about Apr 18 2013 add comment

Say hello to the Lutece twins who are voiced by Jennifer Hale and Oliver Vaquer in this fun interview from GameTrailers. While others may be astonished to find that Hale is the voice of Commander Shepherd in the Mass Effect series, I was surprised the accent that came out from Vaquer’s mouth was American. How he managed to pull off Robert Lutece’s posh British accent so perfectly is another one of those voice acting wonders I truly admire. Both […]

Leaked Tomb Raider DLC screens show new outfits for Lara Croft

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According to AGB, Crystal Dynamics is adding new outfits to Lara Croft’s ever-growing outdoorsy wardrobe to provide a wider variety of clothing for our iconic heroine. Needless to say, Lara wants to make a fashion statement in the video game world and create a new identity for herself by proving that she isn’t the same tough girl who used to wear the same old tank top and cargo pants for every adventure she embarked on in the […]

Sega to bring out Castle of Illusion HD remake with Mickey Mouse this summer

More posts about Apr 15 2013 add comment

A total remake of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse has just been confirmed by Sega and Disney Interactive today. The remake of Castle of Illusion, a 2D side-scrolling game originally released in 1990 for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, is being developed by Sega Studios Australia and will feature ‘reimagined’ graphics in high-definition that mixes both 2D and 3D artworks. The original 1990 game saw the journey of Mickey Mouse battling his way through the Castle of Illusion to rescue […]

Splinter Cell: Blacklist trailer shows off Sam Fisher’s abilities

More posts about Apr 15 2013 add comment

Ubisoft has just released a new trailer for their upcoming stealth adventure game Splinter Cell: Blacklist. The trailer highlights protagonist Sam Fisher’s abilities which compose of different ways he “stalks and strikes in silence”. Splinter Cell: Blacklist features the usual goodies from the stealth genre, with night vision goggles, silent takedowns and sneaking around the baddies. The trailer also shows off Sam in a Middle Eastern environment, inside a warehouse-like facility and some other locations.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Mob of the Dead gets official trailer

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Activision has released a trailer for Black Ops 2’s ‘Uprising’ DLC which features a brand new multiplayer mode known as Mob of the Dead where four Hollywood actors find themselves stranded on Alcatraz Island inhabited by hordes of scary zombies. The DLC will release for XBLA first on April 16 and on a later date for PS3 and PC players. Meanwhile, check out those yellow-eyed zombies below:

4 add-on content packs revealed with Resident Evil: Revelations Season Pass

More posts about Apr 11 2013 add comment

Capcom is planning to have 4 add-on packs with the release of Resident Evil: Revelations. As revealed by the Season Pass, which is one of three pre-order bonuses on Steam (in addition to an Artbook and Soundtrack for Resident Evil: Revelations as well as the Lost Planet: Extreme Conditions game thrown in for free), the game will sport 4 content pieces that “will be revealed and available shortly after the game’s release”.

Flashback HD remake confirmed, coming to consoles

More posts about Apr 11 2013 add comment

A re-imagined and HD version of sci-fi platforming game Flashback will be brought back to the gaming world to celebrate the game’s 20th anniversary, only this time it has 3D model renders with protagonist Conrad B. Hart looking very much like Uncharted‘s Nathan Drake in a leather jacket. The classic game which was a big success in the 90s will be bringing back all characters and enemies from the first game with new improvements and possibly new characters, according to […]

Controversial Adam Orth reportedly no longer with Microsoft

Apr 10 2013 add comment

Before last week, Adam Orth, Microsoft Studio’s (now former) creative director, was just one of countless individuals in the gaming industry. But over the weekend, he sparked a lot of controversy in back-and-forth conversations with followers on Twitter as Orth stood his ground on supporting ‘always on’ consoles.

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