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Dual Universe Space MMO

Dual Universe Kickstarter Funded

Kickstarter is a platform that has garnered a rather mixed reputation. It has churned out both successes and failures, Shadowrun Returns for the former, Mighty No.9 for the latter.  Just to name a few for both groups As a result, some people look on it with concern and are hesitant at the prospect of using it. It seems, however, that ...

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Mass Effect: Andromeda official launch postponed to 2017

Though originally planned for release in 2016, Mass Effect: Andromeda was delayed until publisher EA’s fourth fiscal quarter 2017 – meaning we could expect the game to drop somewhere between January and March. Originally reported by Destructoid, comics publisher Dark Horse seems to have inadvertently narrowed the release window down to March 21, 2017. On the US Amazon listing of their ...

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HTC Vive rises in sales

HTC Vive has almost double the Oculus Rift’s steam users

2016 has been quite a year for virtual reality, with the Oculus Rift’s release on March 28th, the HTC Vive’s release on April 5th, and Playstation VR releasing on October 13th. People were quite interested in knowing their global sales, especially when considering the fact that they can cost up to $800, and while sales figures have been relatively sparse ...

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Mortal Kombat X patch 10

Mortal Kombat X gets its long awaited patch

Mortal Kombat X had quite the support after its release in 2015, the best selling game in the franchise has had up until now two DLC packs with more than 8 new characters to choose from. But if there was a criticism players had it was the lack of balance patches in 2016, many considered the game to have balance ...

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yooka laylee on track

Yooka Laylee gets physical, follows Shovel Knight’s footsteps

Waiting for Yooka Laylee is a struggle for anyone who grew up with a Nintendo 64, the kickstarted spiritual successor to Rare’s greatest works like Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie and Conker’s Bad Fur Day (you decide if you want to count Donkey Kong 64 in there or not) releases in Q1 2017 and it’s blatantly clear that the developers Playtonic Games are really ...

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The beloved Stardew Valley gets gigantic update today!

Developed by the developer ConcernedApe and published by Chucklefish Games (The team that developed Starbound and published Risk of Rain), Stardew Valley was one of the biggest surprises of the year, a Harvest Moon-inspired farming simulator that silently released on February to positive critical reception but it was also completely embraced by the gaming community, with 400’000 copies sold in two weeks. Since ...

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Gearing up “The division” [Scenario 2]

My previous post showed the issues Tom Clancy’s The division is facing when it comes to balancing the power differences between characters on various levels. Ubisoft then came up with a plan to counter all these issues and make the game more realistic with their 1.4 update. So here are the list of changes under development with respect to the ...

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Gearing up “The Division” [Scenario 1]

  Ubisoft recently revealed an ongoing update to its latest installment of Tom Clancy: The Division. The version 1.4 of the update is now under development, as they look to give a better user-gameplay experience. The current problems present in the game are: 1. Time to kill – The damage level is based on a character’s build, which includes skillset ...

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Star Wars the Old Republic !

The Old Republic and the Star Wars EU

As anyone who loves Star Wars will know, Lucasfilm is now under the control of the titanic mouse-eared corporation, Disney. And prior to the release of The Force Awakens, Disney made a controversial decision: all the content outside the movies and the television shows was declared non-canon. Hundreds of books, comics and games that made up the Star Wars Expanded ...

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L.A Noire Flashback Review

L.A. Noire Flashback Review: One Silly Detective

L.A. Noire was a game I enjoyed immensely back in 2011, but my memory faded and the details of Cole Phelps’s journey slipped from my mind. One day I had this dilemma that all gamers can relate too. I hit a dry spell. I was tired of all of my games and the solution: dust off the PS3. I had ...

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