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  • Shadow of Mordor does simply win GDC 2015 Game of the Year

  • Olemak 05/03/2015

    Well deserved, without a doubt the best game I played last year, and (IMHO) the only game that actually pushes the gameplay envelope a bit on next gen - the nemesis system is the shape of things to come I hope.

    Mordor copied the best parts from great games, and added fantastic ideas to the mix. I hope other studios will copy them as shamelessly as Monolith copied Rocksteady (combat), Ubisoft (open-world traversal) and Gearbox (those captain and warchief intros).
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  • EA shuts down Spore and SimCity developer Maxis

  • Olemak 05/03/2015

    @Kysen I doubt Visceral will be shut down because of Hardline. It's not a bad game, it's just not really thrilling, and the cops and robbers thing feels a bit shoe-horned to match the Battlefield formula.

    But Visceral have proven that they can work efficiently with the Frostbite engine and make a perfectly serviceable game, even if most Battlefield fans will prefer playing BF4 a bit longer instead of jumping on this years iteration.

    They're the kind of company that can take an assignment and a set of instructions and produce something perfectly serviceable. They can also come up with valuable franchise ideas of their own - Dead Space was killed by EA's instructions to microtransaction it to death, not by any design flaw Visceral came up with. I think they're just the kind of company that will survive within EA.

    If the bigwigs want a game about wizards from the moon fighting robot dinosaurs using the Frostbite engine, then Visceral is exactly the kind of team you want. They follow orders.
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  • Warhammer: End Times Vermintide debut gameplay video released

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    @Mr_Git Blood Bowl II also looks alluring; I'm a sucker for turn-based. Reply +1
  • Bullfrog classic Syndicate free on EA Origin now

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    @Malek86 That's weird. I bought it there just last week, and paid 36 NOK - that's about 4 euro. Checked Steam before buying obviously, where it was 200 NOK (about 23 euros).

    I'm in Norway, maybe that has something to say; I did think the Steam price of exactly 200 NOK was a bit odd; currency conversions usually means that prices are less "round".

    Spore is still 200 NOK on Steam for me, by the way, so regional prices must have something to say, VAT alone does not explain the difference between your 14.99 and my 23.22 (NOK 200) for the same game, in the same online store.

    Stop the press! Heads will roll! I demand the president's immediate resignation! Which president? ANY president!
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  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    @Malek86 Aww, come on, don't be like that! Not every story has to be front page shockers.

    I don't mean it's illegal or anything, it's just that the price dicrepancy was so huge it made my eyebrows arch. I think Spore was 600 to 700 percent more expensive on Steam. If they do that for all backlog titles, that would be interesting. Nothing more.

    I think EA's pricing strategies for Origin could be an interesting read, being interested in games and all. Not really demanding the retirement of cabinet members or excommunication of ministers over the Origin Pricing Scandal :D

    Would be more interesting than the weekly patch notes for Destiny, at least.
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  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    I have Origin for the freebies too, but when my 9-year-old started asking about getting Spore, which is apparently still a big hit with kids, I bought it off Origin rather than Steam - at about a sixth of the price, I might add. I think EA is deliberately trying to make Steam uncompetitive with EAs own catalogue of games. Hey, might that be a theory worth checking out for an enterprising games journalist? Reply +2
  • Wasteland 2, Shovel Knight announced for Xbox One

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    Wow, big win for Xbox One!
    I hope Wasteland 2 comes to PS4 too, not enough tactical turn-based games on the system - in fact, I don't think there are any at all?
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  • Zombie Army Trilogy review

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    @weejok No splitscreen in any of the Sniper Elite games, so I doubt that very much. Too bad, would be a perfect fit.

    Review reads like a seven, which is just my kind of game, will be getting this, hope I can convince some mates to get it too.

    Rebellion really should bundle this with Sniper Elite 3 and those Save Churchill mission packs, and have the cheek to call it GOTY edition or something :)
    Better yet: call it the "71% on Metacritic Edition" :D

    I'd hit that :)
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  • PS4 sales hit 20.2m

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    So PS+ is approaching an annual revenue of half a billion pounds?
    That is pretty staggering, and I hope it means they'll start splashing out more big-ticket PS4 titles soon. The PS+ selection on PS3 and Vita is excellent, but there have not been enough BIG, triple-A games for PS4 yet.

    Come on, give us Killzone at least... keep on making the service even better value for customers, and you'll get even more subscribers; easy as pie.
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  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with Sony's near-final Project Morpheus

  • Olemak 04/03/2015

    They could probably bundle PS Eye, Move and Move Navigator for 50. They'll probably make a revised edition of the Move (call it "Wand" this time - just to confuse the Xbox One retailers!) and PS Eye for Morpheus, though. Move and Eye was released almost 10 years ago, I'd assume it's ready for an upgrade.

    Adding PS+ to the cost does not make sense, really; that service has a lot of benefits beyond online gaming and we don't even know how well VR will stack up with multiplayer games. If you're going to add the PS+ subscription, you should subtract the price of a high-end TV, fair is fair :)

    They could probably launch a Morpheus Bundle including a month of PS+ for the same price as a PS4 and it would sell quite well to people who already have a PS4. Then cut prices gradually as early adopter demand is met and VR goes mainstream. Personally, I don't think WR will reach the mainstream this decade, but you never know.

    maybe a decent PC is a better option if you've got that much to spend, but remember that PC gaming has a certain treshold. There's drivers, cooling, upgrade options, viruses and malware, fan noise. You have to calibrate the head tracking with the head set and find a better input interface thatn a gamepad. Additionally, PCs are often rather large, and cabinets are often quite garish, so the Wife Approval Factor is low.

    A Playstation VR setup would probably be plug and play, updating itself, no viruses, it's small, discrete and quiet. Those things does not matter much for enthusiasts in the know, but it's important for the mass market. If VR does indeed become the Next Big Thing (I have doubts!), PS4 + Morpehus has a good change of dominating the casual/mainstream market - but enthusiasts will still go with Rift and High End PC's I think.
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  • Screamride review

  • Olemak 03/03/2015

    @Philip45 Thanks, I appreciate the insights. I have not tried the Oculus, no, so I am talking out of my arse basically :)

    I have three major reservations about VR, though:

    1. Technological.
    I just don't think the hardware is up for the task, particularly not stuff like Morpheus which is supposed to run off a PS4. I can see a lot of investments failing badly, and both investors and early adopters getting shafted by the hype. The tech is not ready. But, of course, in time it will be. So this is a temporary thing.

    2. Gameplay constraints
    In my simple mind, I believe that games well suited for VR are fairly slow-moving, first person games. So, a game that has you strapped inside a cockpit like Elite could certainly work well. FIFA, I don't know, mabe - what's your take? CoD, Battlefield et cetera - definately not. Too fast, to much head tracking, too much motion sickness. So games (and tastes) will have to change. But this is also temporary perhaps, gameplay preferences change rather quickly with advancing technology. Games have changed a lot the last 10 years.

    3. Social/Acceptance
    This is the big one for me. Maybe I am a Luddite here, but I just don't think the general public will ever accept VR. Point in case: I have a son. He dissapears completely into his game. Give him an iPad and a game, and you can tear the house down around him without him even noticing. He's zoned out completely.
    Now - there is no way I will ever get him a VR headset, or accept one in the house. He's absorbed by his games enough already.

    The soccer moms who bought Kinects and Wiis by the truckload will feel the same way, perhaps even stronger. A lot of people will not only dislike VR, they will fight it actively. I can see a sizeable anti-VR movement catching on, and I think it will be really bad news for investors. I think it will remain an enthusiasts market, even when the technology matured, and I think a lot of the startups will fail horribly, hurting the games industry severely, and the technology and media sector too.

    I don't think a lot of people has stopped and really thought about what full immersion would entail. I have, and I just don't think it is a very good idea, even if it works from a technical perspective.

    Sorry for the rant!
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  • Olemak 03/03/2015

    @Simatron3000 Agreed, but regarding cable it could be dual HDMI; makes sense as there is one screen for each eye. Reply -1
  • Olemak 03/03/2015

    @Simatron3000 I agree, and that's partly why I think the current stab at VR is going to fail. A PS4 + Morpehus, or an Xbox One + Oculus Rift just isn't going to hack it. A moderately priced 4k/120fps setup is years out, I don't think it's feasible today on even the highest end PC's?

    But even when the technical hurdles are eventually overcome, I'm still lukewarm for VR. Maybe a rollercoaster simulater is perfect for VR, but it is just not the kind of game I am interested in. On-rail shooters, train driving sim, catch-the-ball sims all that Moly Milo stuff could actually work well with VR, but it all seem very boring to me, even if it is really very immersive.
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  • Olemak 03/03/2015

    @arcam Yeah, this is probably exactly the kind of game that could work in VR, but it would be very dependent on framerate and resolution I should think.

    I don't know if the current generation of hardware (perhaps more relevant question for a PS4 game, as they've got the VR headset coming up) could do stereoscopic 60 or even 30 frames per second (per eye) for this title or something like it in whatever resolution the Oculus or Morpheus has.
    Guessing not.
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  • Duke Nukem 3D dev re-reveals action RPG Bombshell

  • Olemak 03/03/2015

    Pointless change to please a bunch of overly sensitive crybabies.
    Right back at'cha: It appears some "overly sensitive crybabies" can't get over the fact that the main character is wearing clothes now.

    The original design sucked, man. It. Was. Teh. Crapzor.
    With or without the bikini. The arm and hand looked like a tin can with metal prawns sticking out.
    Character looks better now.

    Also note how Bombshell's still showing of plenty of cleavage, as being shot in the heart, lungs or spine isn't that big a deal. This character is far from up to Sarkeesian standards (or Marcus Fenix' standards for that matter), even though the design is significantly improved from the original teaser. Just saying.
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  • Watch indie games star in House of Cards season three

  • Olemak 02/03/2015

    memorably, saw him wax lyrical about his precious PlayStation Vita.
    Actually, that's not true if I recall correctly. Frank Underwood's never shown to own or use a Vita, but on finding a colleagues' son's Vita laying on a coffee table he picks it up and says something to the effect of "Is this a Playstation Vita? I should get one of these for the car".

    The Monument Valley scene was cool, I think it convinced my wife to try it. I bet they're seeing a crazy sale spike right now.

    Also related to gaming: President Frank Underwood hires a game reviwer (and author) to be his autobiographer. It's a Monument Valley review that lands the writer the gig, not the novels he's published.
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  • Top factor driving PS4 purchases is "better resolution" - survey

  • Olemak 26/02/2015

    @cloudskipa

    I bought Xbox One because I wanted to play the next-generation Forza games, a series that is only playable on the Xbox brand, this is an example of brand loyalty.
    No it is not. Pretty sure that buying an Xbox One to play specific, exclusive games would be marked down as "Exclusive games/Content" on the questionaire. That reason came in fourth in the survey.
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  • Olemak 26/02/2015

    So the most common reason to get an Xbox One is brand loyalty?
    That's pretty dire.
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  • Tomb Raider, BioShock Infinite free via Games with Gold in March - report

  • Olemak 25/02/2015

    @mattk84 PS+ is still mostly good for PS3. And, to be fair, so is the Games With Gold thing. That Tomb Raider game is the old gen version; PS+ had that for PS3 at least 6 months ago. Bioshock Infinite was on PS+ a year ago or so. Rayman Legends is a good offering for Xbox One, tho. Respect.

    But I agree, not a lot of great PS+ games for PS4 yet. The Infamous expandalone was OK, but apart from that it's been mostly indies so far. I guess the library has to mature a bit before they can start giving triple-A games away. KillZone should be ready for PS+ soon (I hope).
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  • Q*Bert Rebooted review

  • Olemak 24/02/2015

    @ozzzy189 Me too... I think they should have something "to-scrollable" at the bottom, a differently formatted summary, repating the formats, developer and publisher, price info and stuff like that. Just to close it up. I still scroll to the bottom, and expect to find something there even though the score itself is gone. Reply -8
  • Sony's big new three-year strategy bets on PS4

  • Olemak 18/02/2015

    I am dreaming of a specialized "Gamer TV", and Sony is in a unique position to make it happen. They could develop market an improved interface between TV and Console, with some cool added features for gamers, like:

    * That image update synch thing Nvidia's got going, that Digital Foundry's been talking about, making the most of whatever framerate you've got. No lost frames, rock-solid image even at 30FPS, yeaaah....

    * A separate setting/profile for PS4, calibrating and optimising gamma levels and what not automatically when the input switches to a PS4, which the TV "understands", being smart and all.

    * I rather liked the SimulView thing, that would let two viewers with 3D glasses see different screens on the same TV. I thought the
    concept was awesome, especially for couch coop, but the games supporting it never materialized fully on the PS3, and the tech just wasn't quite powerful enough with PS3. With PS4, however... Same-screen coop like that for Uncharted 4 and the next Killzone? Yes please! That should shift some units and establish the concept.

    * Full support for CEC, which would let you control your PS4 with the TV remote - not for gaming, of course, but great as a remote for media playback and browsing.

    And just to be totally awesome, make most of those features compatible with the Xbox One too, maybe even Wii U and PC if that is even plausible, and score big with the entire gamer crowd. Brand it cleverly, call it something like "Gamer TV" or "ConsoLink" or whatever, slap a sticker on it - BOOM, headshot! I know what TV I'd start saving for... and it would definately set it apart from the Samsung Smart TV's.
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  • Fallout owner Zenimax forces Fortress Fallout name change

  • Olemak 17/02/2015

    @Frosty840 Heh. We are getting negged into Oblivion for taking an unpopular stance on this :) Reply +4
  • Olemak 17/02/2015

    Fallout Fortress? Yeah, like totally surprising how the publisher of a game franchise called Fallout could take that as an infringement. There's, like, a whole extra word added to the title!

    Sorry it didn't work out for you. Hey! Why don't you call it Batman Fortress instead, can't see how anybody could confuse a small, standalone mobile game with those movies! Totally different things, and Batman is just a word right? You've got a strong case there buddy! Go for it!
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  • PSN now lets you upgrade your sub account to a master account

  • Olemak 13/02/2015

    Kinda cool, although I wont need this for another nine years (when my son comes of age). But will the new main account "duplicate" games bought on the main account, like PS Plus games and downloaded games? I am guessing not, and it is not a big deal, but it would be cool if upgraded accounts could keep the PS Plus goodies accumulated as a sub account. That is actually not totally unreasonable. Reply +1
  • How is the other new shooter from the creators of Halo?

  • Olemak 13/02/2015

    So - Destiny on a tablet. Ugh, no thanks. Reply +11
  • Video: Battlefield Hardline's image problem

  • Olemak 11/02/2015

    I thought it was the police that had the image problem? Reply +37
  • Towerfall is adding an Anita Sarkeesian skin

  • Olemak 10/02/2015

    Wow, lots of hate going around still. Well, just chimed in to say that I think Matt Makes Games deserve a tip of the hat for taking a stand and making a point.

    Oh, and chalk me up as a Social Rights Warrior or White Knight or whatever. If that is the best derogatory slur you can come up with I pity your feeble, human-hating crusade against reason, equality and freedom.
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  • PlayStation 4 online multiplayer unlocked for all this weekend

  • Olemak 09/02/2015

    Managed to wedge Destiny in there. Well done, it hardly felt forced at all. Reply +58
  • Prestigious AIAS Game of the Year award goes to Dragon Age: Inquisition

  • Olemak 06/02/2015

    I've decided to give Shadow of Mordor the platinum trophy award, which is the highest gaming award I am capable of handing out. Only one other game has received it so far.

    Executing a berserker who is already on fire, however, is not as easy as it sounds, so it could take a while.
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  • First-person co-op Warhammer game Vermintide sounds like Left 4 Dead

  • Olemak 05/02/2015

    Sold! Will get this if it is anything above 3/10. Reply 0
  • Meet Monster Boy, the spiritual successor to Wonder Boy

  • Olemak 02/02/2015

    Good thing they started in the right corner of development hell and got the music done first!

    Seriously though: "The Wizard of Booze"? Something tells me this is a nostalgic retro game for grown-ups sprinkled with some "adult thees" such as alkoholism and domestic abuse, rather than the kiddie-frendly title it appears to be at first glance.

    Which is a shame, as my kid would love something like this if it was done well, aimed at kids and localised a just a little bit.
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  • Spotify headed to PS3 and PS4

  • Olemak 29/01/2015

    @Playstationman I'm probably not doing it right, then :) But a lot of game developers must be doing it wrong too, as they tend to drench their soundscapes in grunge-punk or dubstep every chance they get.

    I must say one of the most memorable gaming moments I had on the PS3 was playing WipeOut HD. I got tired of the hard trance playlist that came with the game. There were no gear changes to listen for. So I ripped my favourite CD at the time (this was a long time ago), it was an early Anna Ternheim album I remember, and used that as background music.

    That was pretty cool, different, gave the game a calmer, more deliberate feel. When the hovership entered a tunnel, the music got this metallic echo, just as if I was actually in a tin tunnel, actually listning to Anna Ternheim! And then someone hit me with EMP or something, and the music was muffled and distant for a few seconds - it was awesome! It was not just playing the music over the game sounds, it integrated with the game! Great gaming experience.

    I'll take more of that sort. But maybe not for driving games then, as I now understand it is a sin. Would it be OK if I listen to some Depeche Mode while finishing off the last trophies in SteamWorld Dig?
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  • Olemak 29/01/2015

    @justerthought i agree that personal music is unsuitable for some games. Like, romping through middle earth as Talion, playing Adam Ant in the ackground would be wrong, as the game has an excellent score.

    But sports games, driving games in particular, are very well suited to personal playlist. those games often just has soundtracks instead of theatrical scores, and even in the rare case where th e selection is excellent, it gets old after a while.

    For enjoyable indie games it will also be nice to swap out the repetitive 16 bit music with something more varied. And playing battlefield 4 with the doors, maybe some hendrix in the background, why not?
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  • Valve's economist is the new finance minister of Greece

  • Olemak 27/01/2015

    I like how the guy had a blog, which was his ticket into the games industry, and from there he went on to the most important position in the government of a country. Yes, minister of finance is more important than prime minister when that country is Greece. In most other counties it's the second-most important post.

    This guy's career is like watching House of Cards.
    Or maybe Game of Thrones: "You win or you die". And "Winter is coming". Except it already is as wintry as it gets down in Greece.
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  • Interest gathers around new Shadowbane-like MMO Crowfall

  • Olemak 23/01/2015

    @SuperSoupy You forgot Darkfall! Reply +3
  • Microsoft demos Windows 10 Xbox app

  • Olemak 22/01/2015

    Well, it has been entertaining to watch MicroSoft stumble blindfolded through the Field of Rakes for a few years, but even that is getting old. All of this is a carbon copy of what everybody else has been doing for years. Cortana is like Siri, the new browser is like Chrome ( but unfortunately not webkit ), the remote play thing is like... well, remote play. Universal office is like Google Apps/Evernote/everything else with some cloud in it. Et cetera, et cetera.

    But at least they're copying the good ideas now, rather than just coming up with Ballmer-era board room bullshit that instafails in the real world. And they do acknowledge that the gaming scene is one of very few advantages Windows has over all other operating systems. Expecting a Steam clone announced shortly; they'd probably buy Steam if they could afford it, but even MS don't have that much money.
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  • Rich Stanton on: Cheesing Destiny

  • Olemak 17/01/2015

    I thought we agreed not to point out how shit Destiny out of respect to the people who bought into the pre-launch hype? Reply +9
  • Xbox One top-selling US console for second month running

  • Olemak 16/01/2015

    So they want to be the best OS for PC gaming? In that case I bet they will call the new OS "Windows X", to give associations to the might XP. Windows XP (64 bit) is still the one to beat for gaming purposes (although Win 7 is good too).

    Not a huge MS fan after the Ballmer years, but I have to admit that Spector and that Nutella guy are doing a good job of getting things back on track.

    The joke that they've started skipping the good versions still makes me smile though. Just does not get old, that.
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  • Total War: Warhammer revealed

  • Olemak 14/01/2015

    Mashing three excellent things together does not guarantee a triple-excellent result, but in this case I trust Creative Assembly to deliver. They've never let me down before (the australian off-shoot does not count). Reply +1
  • Jon Blyth on: Barks

  • Olemak 10/01/2015

    "Surprise!" is a good one though. Also: "Hey, catch!". Reply +5
  • An afternoon with the ultimate Star Trek simulator

  • Olemak 07/01/2015

    @Gojiratron Yeah, Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force was excellent, probably the best Star Trek game to date. I should dig that up and try it again, thanks for reminding me of that one! Happy times! Reply +5
  • North America gets $15-a-month PlayStation Now subscription service

  • Olemak 05/01/2015

    If PS Plus is included in that price I'd most likely upgrade my sub. Reply +1
  • Video: Why you might not want to pre-order The Order

  • Olemak 12/12/2014

    1886: the cancelled pre-order, nice one Ian.

    It most certainly has the looks, and it is very nice to see a sensibly dressed female companion in a game! Still have hopes for this, even though I hate QTE's.
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  • Dead State review

  • Olemak 12/12/2014

    @Scimarad especially lovecraftian horrors.

    But also:
    Cyborg dinosaurs
    Time-travelling tourists
    Sentient mushroom-people
    Escaped lab monkeys with giant brains
    Colourful gangs, like in the Warriors
    Remote-controlled (drone) mercenaries
    Brainwashed hipsters with ironic t-shirts
    Mutant Capoeira Hiphoppotamusi...ses
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  • Goat Simulator free MMO expansion riffs off World of Warcraft

  • Olemak 17/11/2014

    Heh. Begging activition not to sue and be cool, that's rich. Reply -5
  • Telltale's Game of Thrones shown off in first images

  • Olemak 17/11/2014

    We're sure these are screen dumps and not concept art? Because I think it looks a bit like concept art that is made to look a bit computergamey. Good character likenesses either way. Great look on Cercei; she is my favourite villain and it looks like they're pulling her personality of very well, visually at least.

    Anyway, great concept for a game of this sort; they'll be able to focus exclusively on decicions, dialogue options and intrigue. No puzzles (I hope) and no combat at all (I hope, with a passion). If they focus on the decicion-making, storytelling and relationships, like they did for the best part of Walking Dead season 1, then this could be a great game.
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  • Olemak 17/11/2014

    We're sure these are screen dumps and not concept art? Because I think it looks a bit like concept art that is made to look a bit computergamey. Good character likenesses either way. Great look on Cercei; she is my favourite villain and it looks like they're pulling her personality of very well, visually at least.

    Anyway, great concept for a game of this sort; they'll be able to focus exclusively on decicions, dialogue options and intrigue. No puzzles (I hope) and no combat at all (I hope, with a passion). If they focus on the decicion-making, storytelling and relationships, like they did for the best part of Walking Dead season 1, then this could be a great game.
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  • Who needs games: PlayStation 4's first year

  • Olemak 15/11/2014

    I don't have a PS4 yet; still waiting for that killer app.

    However: Shadow of Mordor + inFamous + Bloodbourne + Witcher 3 is a pretty irresistible bundle that would keep me entertained for months. If they drop the price further and put Shadow and inFamous on PS+ I would no longer have a choice. Maybe a slim SKU; I know the PS4 is already very small and silent, it's just that I am accustomed to Sony releasing superior slim versions so I am sorta trying to hold out for it this gen.

    Anyway, the PS3 backlog is keeping me happy. I'm probably good for another year unless something spectacular pops up, like Fallout 4, another Deus Ex or a next-gen only X-COM. Or even better, something completely new, unexpected and totally awesome.
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  • Don't rule WildStar out yet

  • Olemak 12/11/2014

    The only question I have about Wildstar is: Why does this guy have a puzzled cartoon crocodile tattooed on the back of his shoulder?
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  • Lords of the Fallen review

  • Olemak 28/10/2014

    A seven? Sounds like a generous score, actually, and I will probably get this at some point, because:
    Pretty much everything else is just like Dark Souls as well.
    This does not bother me at all. A Soulsalike on PS4? Sold.

    Just watch Harkyn as he judders up a stairway, his feet vanishing into the stone.
    Yeah... I'm not really going to be bothered too much by stuff like that. You snob.

    I was able to defeat one boss because one of his various behaviour patterns bugged out, leaving him standing motionless, waiting to be hacked to bits.
    Using bugs to beat bosses is the best thing one can do in a game, period.

    The only question is - should I build up my lust for Bloodborne by not playing any souls and soulsalikes until it is released, or should in indulge myself and dip into this?
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