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Mini-Bosses Of Visceral Action-RPG The Surge Revealed In New Screenshots

Deck 13’s new hardcore action-RPG, The Surge, today unveils some of the game’s mini-bosses set to prowl the hallways of overrun industrial complex CREO. From CREO’s elite security forces to malfunctioning industrial machinery, these enemies make up just a few of the dangers facing Warren throughout the dangerous environments of The Surge. Led by a billionaire philanthropist, a project developed by CREO – a mysterious industrial and R&D megacorporation – designed primarily to reverse the effects of climate change on the planet is just beginning to take shape as something ominous. Although most dangers in The Surge were not originally designed for combat, CREO’s security forces exist to maintain order within the complex. CREO’s ‘robot dog’ is a l...

War For The Planet Of Apes Video Game Coming to Consoles

During the New York Comic Con, Andy Serkis revealed that War for the Planet of Apes will also get a game for a consoles, and he’ll be performing the motion capture for the game. The game will be exclusive to consoles for the time being and will release at the same time around the movie. Serkis did not reveal a lot of details about the movie, but speaking with GameSpot, he did talk a little about the game. He said, “I don’t think it’s ever been done before. We created it at the Imaginarium, which is my studio. Without giving too much away about it, it’s not like a first-person shooter. It feels like an interactive movie. And that’s all I can say other than that it will be coming out around the same time as the movie.” Serkis has perviously worked wi...

Believe It Or Not: Inside Soundtrack Was Made Using A Human Skull

If you didn’t believe that PlayDead’s Inside was eerie enough, hold on to your seats ’cause it just became a lot creepier. It’s not just the game’s environment and story that will give you goosebumps, it’s the development in itself as well. In an article on Gamasutra that deals with a deep dive into the audio of the game, composer Martin Stig Andersen revealed that the game’s haunting soundtrack was recorded with the help of a human skull. No, not a fake one that you use as a Halloween prop, an actual human skull. “I had the basic idea of trying to recreate sounds as they would sound if they were happening inside your head,” Andersen wrote in the Gamasutra post. “That was the curious thought that led me to acquire a human skull an...

After Assassin’s Creed, Now There Will Be No Far Cry Next Year

This is probably the first year since 2009 in which we haven’t seen an Assassin’s Creed title (thank God for that!), and though a major title in the series is expeted to release next year, it may not happen after all. In an interview with Gamespot, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guilllemot said that Assassin’s Creed will be “back when it’s ready”, and we shouldn’t expect a sequel in 2017. “What we saw in the development of the next Assassin’s Creed was that we had an opportunity to take it to another level,” Guillemot said. “So we said we’ll take all the time it takes to make the experience fantastic. It was feasible because we have other games. There’s a huge potential in this game to revolutionise the IP, so we said, ‘...

Unplayable at Best: Homefront – The Revolution Quick Review (PS4)

Stutters, FPS drops, downright hanging – these are some of the best words that describe Homefront – The Revolution. Not to mention that the story is a drag as well. Don’t get me wrong, it has a novel approach towards first person shooters, but it fails to deliver at every step of the way. Homefront is about defending post-invasion America occupied by North Korean forces. In an alternate timeline, North Korea is the world’s biggest superpower, providing the US with all sorts of technological innovations. However, these come with a back door and one fine day, North Korea decides to shut all of it down, rendering the US defenseless. Cut to present day, where you play as Ethan Brady, a member of a resistance group rebelling against the KPA forces in the city of Philadel...

2K Announces Brock Lesnar® as WWE® 2K17 Cover Superstar

Four-time WWE® World Heavyweight Champion, former UFC® Heavyweight Champion and decorated NCAA Division I Heavyweight Wrestling Champion to eat, sleep, conquer and repeat as flagship WWE video game franchise ambassador.  2K has announced Brock Lesnar® as the cover Superstar for WWE® 2K17, the forthcoming release in the flagship WWE video game franchise. To watch the announcement trailer click here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4k71T-4SzF8 Best known for his unparalleled accomplishments in WWE®, UFC®, NCAA Division I wrestling and more, Lesnar’s work ethic, intensity and attitude have made him a prolific sports and entertainment fixture for more than 16 years. In addition, the “Unbeatable, Incumbent Mayor of Suplex City” will usher in WWE 2K17’s worldwide marketing campaign, inviting fa...

After Everything, Will No Man’s Sky Live Up To The Hype?

As everyone knows by now, No Man’s Sky is an upcoming sci-fi exploration survival game being developed and published by the indie British studio Hello Games. The first teaser for the game was showcased in 2013 and the game is finally coming to the Ps4 and PC this August.   The game has caught a lot of heat ever since it’s first preview. From numerous delays to the developers getting death threats to settling a legal dispute regarding its name, this game has certainly been through some tough times. Over the past few years, No Man’s Sky has been delayed multiple times due to various reasons, causing more and more unrest among the fans. It has gone as far as the developers even receiving death threats from some enraged community members for the same. And all this time, ...

Box Art Revealed for Destiny PS4

Come take a look as Bungie and Activision reveal the first box art for Destiny today: the PS4 cover. Here it is 🙂 What do you think? We think they could have done better. Destiny is out towards the middle of next year, and will be coming to PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One as well as PS4.


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