New Skyrim Modding Tool Preview — Creation Kit and Steam Work Shop information

Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in NEWS, PC, VIDEOS | 0 comments

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I Am Alive Video Preview

Posted by on Jan 10, 2012 in Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Source: GameSpot

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Assassin’s Creed Revelations: Behind the Templars video

Posted by on Oct 28, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360 | 0 comments


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The Darkness II Brotherhood Trailer

Posted by on Oct 13, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, VIDEOS, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Check out this new Darkness 2 trailer. I never played the first one but this one looks pretty interesting.

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Rage preview

Posted by on Aug 4, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

Source: Shack News

Unlike most high-profile games, Rage has not been shrouded in mystery. Its developer, id software, has been candid about its premise and its gameplay. Perhaps that’s why getting access to the first two hours of the single player campaign felt entirely unsurprising.

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E3 2011: Tomb Raider Preview

Posted by on Jun 13, 2011 in E3, GAME EVENTS, Microsoft, NEWS, PlayStation 3, Sony, Xbox 360 | 0 comments

From Shack News:

QUICKTAKE: After resuscitating Lara Croft with three strong Tomb Raider games, developer Crystal Dynamics has chosen to embark on a complete reimaging of the series. The new Tomb Raider begins with the story of Lara’s first adventure. She’s young, fresh out of college, and one of the spoken goals of the game is to humanize her by showing her vulnerability. That’s all well and good, but as a long time Tomb Raider fan, I felt no attraction to new Lara. Beautiful as the game may be, the scared young woman at the center of this game has a long way to go to prove to me she’s worthy of the name.

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Preview

Posted by on Apr 24, 2011 in Microsoft, NEWS, PC, Sony | 0 comments

From Shack News:

From the moment the Skyrim announcement trailer debuted at the VGAs the questions came to mind in a rush. As the successor to Oblivion and fifth game to carry the ‘Elder Scrolls’ mantle, we immediately expect nothing short of the most expansive fantasy land yet created filled with hundreds of stories waiting to be told.

I got a glimpse into that world watching the game’s director Todd Howard play Skyrim for nearly an hour. Though many questions were answered during a Q&A session afterwards, the experience fueled as many or more new inquires, and made a convincing argument that role playing fans should start clearing out as much time as possible around

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