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Metro: Last Light introduces ‘Ranger Survival Guide’ video series

More posts about Apr 10 2013 1 Comment

Similar to Tomb Raider, post-apocalyptic FPS Metro: Last Light has its own video series about survival documenting the factions players will encounter during gameplay and how to deal with them. Players are advised to clear every corner before proceeding further into a map and listen to enemy conversations before taking action. Environmental changes such as storms will affect your gameplay and stealth approaches are definitely among your tactical options. The video also introduces new mutants such as freaky green dragon-like […]

Next Xbox might be unveiled in May 21 event, cost $500 alone or $300 with subscription

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Sounds like the next Xbox will drop numbers from its naming convention and just be called the ‘Xbox’. According to Eurogamer who has drawn information from multiple sources, Microsoft is scheduled to have an event this May 21 where they will unveil the next-generation Xbox.
They go on to mention that the next Xbox might be divided into two different models: a standalone machine that will cost $500 and a cheaper $300 model that is funded by subscription. The […]

The making of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag poster art by Todd McFarlane

More posts about Apr 6 2013 add comment

Ubisoft has posted a brief video which takes a look at comic book artist Todd McFarlane and the way he goes about designing the poster art for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag. McFarlane explains that his inspiration for the poster came from an image of Michael Jordan, who stood with both arms stretched out to his sides, that he saw as a child. McFarlane incorporates this into the pirate-themed poster as he shows Edward Kenway, the assassin we […]

Metro: Last Light appears for Steam pre-order, 10% discount for players with Metro 2033

More posts about Apr 6 2013 add comment

Metro: Last Light, the sequel to post-apocalyptic horror shooter Metro 2033, is a little over a month away and there’s good news for PC gamers… Metro: Last Light is out for pre-order on Steam. Pre-orders will include the Limited Edition of the game, which bundles the HUD-free Ranger Mode, special rifle and additional military grade bullets (bullets are the in-game currency used in the Metro games). Metro: Last Light Limited Edition also includes the digital comic […]

New early concept art for BioShock Infinite shows cut content

More posts about Apr 6 2013 add comment

If you love video game concept art as much as I do, then it’ll be love at first sight for you when you see this. Concept artist Ben Lo has uploaded a bunch of lovely masterpieces for you to feast your eyes upon. The art captures what Columbia looked like in its early stage of development, including Columbia’s welcome station, a character called Rosie Rickford and Las Vegas-looking locations complete with casinos. Most of it shows the […]

Pirate game Raven’s Cry slated for October release

More posts about Apr 6 2013 1 Comment

TopWare’s website states that Raven Cry’s release date is on October 24 this year for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. The third-person action-adventure game is set during the 17th-century Caribbean featuring historical pirates and offers role-playing elements such as a morality-based system and magic items. The pirate adventure will follow Christopher Raven, a young man on a journey to avenge his family’s death. The release date is real close to Assassin’s Creed 4 which will also be […]

New Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 DLC called ‘Uprising’, drops on April 16

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Treyarch has announced new additional content for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 called ‘Uprising’ which will feature four new multiplayer maps (Studio, Magma, Encore, Vertigo) and a new zombie mode (Mob of the Dead) where a quartet of real Hollywood actors (Ray Liotta, Chazz Palminteri, Joe Pantoliano, and Michael Madsen) fight off the undead on San Francisco’s notorious prison island, Alcatraz. A new gameplay element introduced in the upcoming DLC, also known as Purgatory, where players will have their […]

New screens and PC system requirements detailed for Remember Me

More posts about Apr 5 2013 add comment

Capcom has revealed the PC specs for its upcoming futuristic game Remember Me, set in Neo-Paris in 2084 where citizens live in dystopia. The developer has also released a fresh set of screenshots of the third-person game, showcasing its main protagonist Nilin, a brute attacking her and the city of Paris. You can even catch a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower in one of the screens. The pictures don’t tell us much except Nilin can climb poles and the buildings […]

Best of BioShock Infinite Elizabeth gallery (Extra large wallpapers)

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We’ve put together a huge gallery of extra large wallpaper-sized (2560×1440) images of BioShock’s Elizabeth. It’s been a week since BioShock Infinite was released and reviewed, and the game has been incredibly well received by gamers and publications across the globe. One of BioShock Infinite’s biggest assets is Elizabeth, the girl you rescue while you play as Booker DeWitt. Elizabeth is a computer-controlled character who accompanies you throughout most of the game after you rescue her; but she isn’t […]

Disney closes game publisher LucasArts with layoffs

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After being under the reign of the owners of the happiest place on Earth, things aren’t looking so happy for game publisher LucasArts. Barely 6 months after acquiring the company, Disney announced the closure of LucasArts today with “layoffs across the organization”, according to an official statement released by Disney to GameInformer. LucasArts was obtained as part of the purchase of Lucasfilm Ltd back in October 2012 for a sum of $4 billion.

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