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Following a semi-leak last week, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee has shared more details about Dragon Age: Keep and to what extent it will allow players to...

Katsuhiro Harada has made quite a name for himself through the famous Tekken franchise and now he is working with Bandai Namco and The Pokemon Company to develop a...

One of Konami’s long term employees who worked for the company on various titles like Silent Hill, Metal Gear Solid, Pro Evolution Soccer and Dancing Stage has left the...

Originally announced in 2012, the Japanese version of Bayonetta 2 is scheduled for a 20th September release date while the only information regarding the US and EU release...

Blizzard Entertainment has been keeping a close eye to the ongoing beta for World Of Warcraft expansion, Warlords Of Draenor and have been making tweaks and changes to the...

Remember those Amiibo toys announced during Nintendo’s E3 Digital Presentation? They seemed pretty cool especially with the support of using the characters inside...

Whether it be ATI vs. Nvidia, Xbox One vs. Playstation 4, or Intel vs. AMD; the rivalry between companies is nothing new to consumers, but PES devs have gone a little too...

If these listings mentioned by the Korean Gaming Board are to be believed, fans of WWE games might be getting treated to a PC release pretty soon. Along with that, there...

Bethesda is still very silent about Fallout 4 and that might be getting on the nerves of some fans. Well, there might be something pretty interesting for these restless...

Pillar is an ambitious new game for PS4 that focuses on different types of human personalities. According to lead game designer Michael Hicks who announced the game on...

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European fans of Hyrule Warriors must be pretty excited by now as the official Nintendo twitter account for EU has confirmed something really special in the form of NES Sword DLC. While the game is due out later this month for the...

 
EA has today released the first trailer for NBA Live 15 which focuses on the game's visual improvements over last year's iteration. It's highly late of EA to be showing off the game now, considering that it releases in just over a...
A new post made on the official Guild Wars 2 blog details the next feature pack which will improve the game's wardrobe. Both the Wardrobe and Equipment panels will be getting a search feature that will help players in quickly...
Ubisoft has released three new screenshots for Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, the previously announced installment that is being targeted for the last-generation consoles. The game’s lead character this time around is Shay Patrick...

 
Between all the rustle and bustle of recent game announcements, there’s almost no space left for smaller titles to be announced. Still, Jameson The Pilot is doing just that, forming itself into our universe, complete with an...
16 new jobs are being added to GTA Online as part of its recent Flight School update, Rockstar Games has announced. The additional jobs span across new Air Races, Parachute Jumps, new scenarios for the three new VS Mission modes and...
EA has announced that it will soon be adding Need for Speed: Rivals to the "Vault" of its EA Access program. The game was released last year and will now be the latest addition to the growing library of games of EA Access, which...
Sounds of another decaying structure on Early Access can be heard in the distance, as Valve has moved to halting sales for The Stomping Land. As there has been a radio silence for the game on Steam and elsewhere for a while now, the...
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Saying the words “Road Rash,” in that order, will likely bring back a flood of arcade racing memories to a lot of raging gamers. Road Redemption may not be doing exactly the same for the bike-driving, pipe-wielding maniac, but it...
Despite some sizable delays, Mario Golf: World Tour is coming to Nintendo 3DS soon. Did the game use this time wisely to go all out? There’s no way of telling, as this arcade sports title looks just as capable as it always...
Football fans are getting blessed this year with a double dose, since the oddly named 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is preparing for launch the same way its fans are getting ready for the real deal in June. It will extensively allow...
Many shooters try to be that “Call of Duty killer” they already know they can’t be. Therefore, part of the strength of Titanfall isn’t trying to beat the formula their creators once thought up, but rather that it’s changing...
In an attempt to go with the times, publisher Namco Bandai is taking several of their big franchises to the free-to-play model, with the Ace Combat Infinity Beta as its next transition. Once popular as an aerial combat series, this...
The time that we have been waiting for is finally upon us. The eighth generation of gaming consoles is about to kick off and so is the next phase of the much heated rivalry between Microsoft and Sony. With the release of brand new...
After first seeing footage of Ryse: Son of Rome at E3 earlier this year, I wasn't sure how I would rate this Xbox One exclusive title. The gameplay we were shown was rife with quick time events and cinematic moments that seemed...
Continuing with our series of previews from this past weekend's Eurogamer Expo 2013, we've got Batman Arkham Origins stepping up to the plate. This game is intended to serve as a prequel to the incredibly popular Arkham Asylum and...
Without a doubt the Call of Duty series has become a phenomenal success in the gaming industry, shipping tens of millions of units every year and raking in even more with DLC sales. The games are wildly popular all over the work...
First person shooters, particularly ones with good multiplayer, have dominated the gaming community as of late. The ongoing battle between Call of Duty and Battlefield for the lauded title of Best FPS, and so many challengers that...
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Run and gun genres can be entertaining, but they’re also hard to innovate at times, even when action’s a-flying. Super Time Force Ultra tries, well retries, to put the boot to the standard running to one side and blasting everything...

 
Debuting in 2008, Street Fighter 4 was not only a worthy sequel to the franchise but also single-handedly brought the fighting game genre back from the dead The game has enjoyed six years of relevance and prosperity as well as four...

 
After a delay that lasted half a year, the game that stole the show at E3 2012 has finally graced us with its presence. With its E3 reveal, Watch Dogs promised a revolutionary open world gaming experience that not only featured...

 
Over the last decade, modern gaming landscape has been going through a particular drought in adventure games, however in recent years there has been trickle of adventure titles that have managed to come out, one such game is Memento Mori...

 
Finally, the series that essentially birthed the genre of first-person shooters has returned from a five year coma and has presented Wolfenstein: The New Order as the next gen version of the grandfather of first-person shooters. The...

 
What makes a video game is an abstract concept, as it’s hard to pin down, which is something Ether One tries to juggle with. It’s both a free, explorative world as it can be a puzzle adventure, forcing as little as possible on its...

 
A re-release like Scourge: Outbreak, which stems from the old Scourge Project series, is a perfect study in seeing a dated concept pass its prime. Once attached on the lingering coattails of the Gears of War series, this template for...

 
Since the early years of PS3, Infamous has been the representative of the PlayStation exclusives lineup in the open world action genre. Now the franchise makes its return as the second AAA exclusive title on the adolescent next-gen...

 
Nintendo is a company built on a select few genres that they’ve refined to an art form, which is partially why Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is the way it is. Big budget platform games are at their best within this stable and it...

 
While there are some who would immediately cringe at the thought of a Dungeon Keeper remake on mobile devices, due to prejudice, there are times when this skepticism is warranted. In this case, Electronic Arts (EA) ensures that progress...
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Technicolour Rain; we talked about the top-down shooter before, when the demo for it released. We already addressed back then how it felt vastly similar to Hotline Miami. Playing the demo again, however, made that feeling grow to such an...
With only three more days to go on the clock, developer West Games has breached its $50,000 goal for Areal, a game inspired by the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. shooter series. That in itself isn’t too surprising news, as that latter example is a...
Microsoft is planning to lay off around 18,000 employees! As a part of the Microsoft job cuts process, the Xbox TV i.e. the Xbox Entertainment Studios are being shut down completely. Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox has confirmed that...
One of the most tumultuous periods for PC Gamers, the Steam Summer Sale, is finally at an end and the storefront now looks eerily sad and deserted. For several days, activity was at an unprecedented high. This time, there were...
It sounds like we just did this, but Steam Greenlight approved yet another 75 titles for eventual release this week. It comes with several platform titles, the obligatory arena game, more survival sandboxes than you’d ever play and...
It’s once more time to bring out the healing ointment for our collective wallets, as we keep abusing them for the Steam Summer Sale. Each day, Valve’s digital storefront puts up nine big titles at an equally sizable discount, along...
There are still hundreds of games on Steam Greenlight, despite the store dropping tons of releases lately, but with this list of 75 more approved titles, at least the list is shorter now. Still, now you’ll have a giant amount of...
It's not even easy to jot down a top ten list of games that we loved in 2013; so you can imagine how difficult it is to declare the best one. With genres like RPGs to turn-based, platformers to action-adventure, racing to RTS; 2013...
Action-adventure is one genre that doesn't get stale over time. Instead, it keeps on getting better with each day passing. 2013 witnessed some of the greatest action games ever created! Games like Grand Theft Auto V and Assassin's...
Some of the strategy games in 2013 had to face a lot of controversies from long-time RTS fans. But games like DOTA 2, XCOM: Enemy Within, and Pikmin 3 managed to win the hearts of millions. I hope you aren't sick of reading the same...
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You may not have heard about Contrast yet, but trust me, you will. It’s already found some cozy spotlight as the Best Indie of E3 in IGN and the E3 game of choice of several other publications. You could probably call it artsy,...
Jeff Henshaw from Microsoft's engineering team brought me and several other journalists into a room to look at three internal prototypes that were not for distribution. Henshaw introduces us to Frank, “a science geek,” who...
I had the privilege of meeting Katsuhiro Harada, the series director in charge of Namco Bandai’s free-to-play titles, and Michael Murray, the senior game designer of Tekken Revolution, also acting as translator. Together they...
Digital Extremes' free-to-play cooperative shooter WarFrame finds you in the midst of war with the Grineer and Corpus. Waking up from centuries of cryosleep, it's up to you (a tenno) to use your advanced technologies in turning the...
Rod Fergusson, the former Gears of War producer who joined Irrational Games to help wrap up BioShock Infinite, is currently in the process of leaving the company, Fergusson confirmed to gaming site, Polygon today. Fergusson says...
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  • April 9, 2013

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Path of Exile literally exploded on to the web since it went open beta on January 23 this year. The online action-rpg had managed to evade my radar last year and it was only now that a couple of friends referred me to some of its...
A recent interview conducted with Maxis’ Lucy Bradshaw by VentureBeat reveals the reasons behind the immensely bungled up launch of SimCity. It appears that EA Games and Maxis had severely underestimated the potential popularity of...
You may have caught the interview yesterday with Maxis’ General Manager Lucy Bradshaw and her amazing ability to dodge questions.  Well today, Ms. Bradshaw took to EA’s blog to finally answer the question of why the game must...
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  • March 16, 2013

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It seems that Santa Monica Studios has clarified its involvement with development of ‘The Last Guardian’ by completely distancing itself from the game. According to Tim Moss, director of technology: I'm never really sure how...
ARMA 3 looks forward to surpassing its predecessors in realistic military strategy shooting. While developer Bohemia Interactive is hard at work ensuring just that, they were kind enough to take a break from their busy schedule and...
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