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  • Microsoft promising Xbox Live bans for Gears of War Judgement pirates

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 19, 2013 under Featured, Xbox 360
    Several hours after a pirated copy of Gears of War Judgement began appearing on torrent search sites, Microsoft has promised bans for anyone found to be playing them on a hacked Xbox 360 consoles. Of course you'd be a bit of a fool to have your Xbox connected to Live while doing so, but perhaps the bragging rights are worth it for some. "We are aware of isolated cases in which Gears of War: Ju... more.
  • Soul Sacrifice looks like it could be a good Monster Hunter competitor

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 18, 2013 under PS Vita
    While there are a few games that have been released that have stood up to the Monster Hunter franchise in its ability to offer twitch based, cooperative combat against giant enemies, none of them have really hit the mark for fans of the series. However, Soul Sacrifice is looking quite exciting from its latest trailers - enough that it could perhaps tempt a few away from grinding another 10 Lagiacr... more.
  • Star Trek The Game footage surfaces

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 15, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming, Xbox 360
    Some footage has finally emerged for the Star Trek tie in game for the hit 2009 movie. It's a little late, but it has been in development since 2011 and comes packing official voices from the main actors from the movie. Here it is before we discuss it, lest you not wish spoilers of the trailer to be forthcoming: When released it'll be available on Xbox, PC and PS3 and will feature COOP g... more.
  • Brutal Legend coming to PC

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 14, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming
    Brutal Legend, one of Double Fine's biggest projects to date, is finally coming to PC after years of console exclusivity and requests by fans of the RTS, hack-n-slash, rock out title and it'll be available on Steam - you can preorder it now at a discounted price too. Anyone that pre-orders will get access to the multiplayer beta, as well as a few different additions. There's also a new trail... more.
  • GoG finally adding System Shock 2

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 13, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming
    After years of waiting, fans of System Shock 2 can finally get hold of a Windows 7 compatible, DRM free copy of the game as of tomorrow, thanks to some legal wrangling by Night Dive Studios and an ever persistent GoG community of wishlisters. System Shock 2, hailed by many as perhaps the scariest game of all time and others as one of the most well written, has been requested on Good old Games... more.
  • Well there goes all interest I had in Aliens: Colonial Marines

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 12, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming
    If like me you've been keeping an eye on the development and impending release of Aliens: Colonial Marines for a few years, you're also probably feeling that horrible a mixture of disappointment and bile this morning, as the reviews  for the game aren't just bad, they're awful. On top of that, video footage of the game makes it quite clear what everyone is being so negative about. The game l... more.
  • New Slender: The Arrival footage is scary, unless you played the original

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 11, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming
    Some new beta footage has been aired for the spiritual remake/successor of  last year's release, Slender, this one termed Slender the Arrival. Don't get it confused with Slender: Source, the other Slender game coming sometime soon - though that one does seem to be quite different, implementing COOP etc. Unfortunately The Arrival doesn't appear that different to the original. Of course its is ... more.
  • Why Blizzard switched to short and sweet WoW updates

    1 CommentsPosted by on February 8, 2013 under Featured, PC Gaming
    Blizzard used to release big expansions for its seminal fantasy MMO, World of Warcraft. First came Burning Crusade, then Wrath of the Lich King followed on by a couple others. More recently however, it's been looking to release smaller content packs on a more regular basis. But why? To answer that question we need to look to a recent chat with investors, where fortunately our pals at PcGamesN h... more.
  • Double Fine Adventure will feature on Ouya

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 7, 2013 under Featured, Ouya
    Support for the little Android console, Ouya, is slowly snowballing with the announcement of another cooperation, Double Fine Adventure will be released on the console - and it might be the only one to get it too. This announcement was made by Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman, who said at DICE 2013 that her company had partnered with Double Fine to bring The Cave and Reds (the working title for Double Fin... more.
  • The Cave Review (PSN)

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 7, 2013 under Featured, PS3 Reviews
    Double Fine's recent downloadable game, The Cave, is a 2D puzzle platforming adventure game with a fairly interesting premise.  It doesn't do everything perfectly but it does have a lot of endearing qualities. The game opens up with an introduction by our snarky narrator who just so happens to be the titular Cave itself.  It's actually responsible for the majority of the humor in the game, hi... more.
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