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I Am Bread Early Access Preview (PC)

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I Am Bread strikes a very specific chord in me. From the moment it was announced, I knew it was something I’d want to play. Not because its gameplay looks especially engaging or the story seemed worth telling, but because it appeared to be that sweet combination of dumb and ...

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Destiny: The Dark Below Preview – Stop Upgrading Your Exotic Gear

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Destiny: The Dark Below has been previewed by Bungie today, showcasing the variety of changes to Destiny’s gameplay. Changes demonstrated in the preview include: New Legendary Gear, New Rank Commendations, Exotic Talent , New Exotic Upgrading, Crucible (PvP) Changes, Heroics and Nightfall (PvE) Changes and a brand new Raid called Crota’s ...

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Alien: Isolation Preview Eurogamer 2014

Alien Isolation

In space no one can you hear scream and you will scream. Alien Isolation is a truly terrifying experience which will have your heart racing as you hide, avoid, and run from the seemingly omnipresent Xenomorph. Alien Isolation is a pure horror game. As you play the role of Amanda Ripley, you have limited ...

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Dragon Fin Soup: PAX Prime 2014 Preview

Dragon Fin Soup

Ah, roguelikes. Classics such as the ever-charming Nethack to the more recent Bionic Dues have provided their own takes on the punishingly difficult dungeon crawling subgenre. I don’t understand what draws me to games like this, but it probably has something to do with what makes each one unique. Nethack presents itself with ASCII text, Pokemon: Mystery ...

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Randal’s Monday Preview (PC)

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I’ve never been much of a fan of point and click adventure games. Sure I’ve played (at least part of) Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead, but that is really the exception to the rule. What initial drew me to Randal’s Monday from Nexus Game Studios wasn’t the humor, interesting art style, ...

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PAX Prime 2014: Interstellar Marines Hands-On Preview

Interstellar Marines

I’ve considered myself a fan of tactical first person shooters for a long time. Thing is, it’s kinda hard to get them right. So many things can go wrong; bad AI, weak gun reports, poor squad management options, and so on. Thus, it’s interesting to see games like Interstellar Marines crop up; something ...

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PAX Prime 2014: Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Hands-On Preview

Shadow of Mordor

Not One Ring in Sight Mordor used to be a nice place. Mighty stone structures dotted the landscape, fields of lush grass lined the planes, and Uruk herded slaves throughout the region. It’s a deceptively pretty world I got to explore in Monolith Productions’ Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. If it weren’t for ...

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PAX Prime 2014: Fortified Hands-On Preview

Fortified

Verb of the Adjective Noun from Location 50’s B-movie sci-fi World War II alien invasion tower defense, plus jetpacks. You’re welcome, SEO. Fortified is a third-person shooter/tower defense hybrid from Clapfoot Games. Handling sort of like Robot Entertainment’s Orcs Must Die, Fortified puts you in control of various 1950’s-stylized soldiers with various weapons, abilities, and defensive ...

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PAX Prime 2014: This War of Mine Hands-On Preview

This War of Mine

The Call of Duty Goes Unheard This War of Mine was my PAX Prime 2014 game of the show. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, allow me to explain exactly why I think that. This War of Mine is a sort of “what if?” story of my life, your life, ...

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PAX Prime 2014: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Hands-On Preview

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Come With Me Now What if I told you the next Borderlands game consisted of fifty percent playable bad guys, twenty-five percent anti-heroines, and twenty-five percent annoying orange robot? Would you scream and cry? Would you shout to the heavens, “by god, they’ve done it!”? Would you ask, “does it take place ...

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