All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Preview’

Need For Speed: Rivals Brings Playable Cops To The Party

When Need For Speed: Rivals launches, it will be another step with EA commitment to crossing over the single and multiplayer experiences with their AllDrive feature that promises “seamless” integration between the two styles of gameplay. Whatever your opinion on a game that essentially forces you to play multiplayer, there is reason for excitement concerning the next Need For Speed …

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Sony Unveils Box Art For Gran Turismo 6

With the gaming industry about to be turned on it’s ear as the “next-gen consoles” get ready to launch–it won’t be long–news about one of the most popular PlayStation games ever created coming out for the PS3 may be a little surprising. Of course, when Gran Turismo is involved, it’s newsworthy. The fact that the game won’t be available for …

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Titanfall’s Multiplayer Mode Previewed at Gamescom

It’s important to keep objectivity when doing these reports, but after watching that 4-plus minutes of Titanfall footage, it’s hard not to get excited and throw the detached writer approach directly out of the window. Obviously, you don’t want to come across as a fanboy or worse, a paid reviewer who’s opinion can be bought and sold; but sometimes, what …

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A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer

To say that multiplayer gameplay is the bread and butter of the Call of Duty series would probably be an understatement. While the single player storyline is by no means thrown away by Activision/Infinity Ward, it’s not why the game is so incredibly popular. No, pwning noobs and stomping inferior, unbalanced teams is why CoD continues to dominate whenever a …

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Taking A Look At The Cars of Grand Theft Auto 5

Driving is an incredibly large portion of open world games. Drive to a checkpoint to pick up a certain objective and deliver it to another side of town; or pick up that passenger and keep them alive for a predetermined amount of time while trying to avoid various baddies trying to knock you off of the road. If you’ve played …

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New Football Manager 14 Trailer Focuses On Game Simulation Engine

Although many prefer their video game sports to be played on consoles with full team control and interactivity, there is a strong community supporting the sports simulation side of the genre. With the 2013 version having a consistently strong showing in Steam’s game stats page, there’s no point in denying the popularity of Sports Interactive’s Football Manager series. In the …

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Total War: Rome 2 Preview Highlights Naval Battles

Clear your calendars because the time-sink that is the Total War real-time/turn-based hybrid strategy game is about to pay a return visit to the Roman Empire, allowing players to fulfill their Julius Caesar/world domination fantasies, one turn at a time. The hype meter among the PC gaming community is really high for Total War: Rome 2, and considering the quality …

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A Five Minute Preview of AMC’s ‘Low Winter Sun’

With Breaking Bad getting ready to deliver its last episodes, AMC has something of a void to fill, because a successful channel won’t be successful very long if it rests on the laurels of soon-to-be past shows. Also showing its mastered the Art of Launching a New TV Show 101, AMC is doing the smart thing by pairing their new …

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Windows 8.1 Preview Is Now Available

As promised, Microsoft has released the Windows 8.1 Preview to the world as part of its annual BUILD developer conference. The preview includes a number of updates that will make Windows 8 more palatable for even the most diehard Windows 8 haters. If you’re just joining us, Windows 8.1 is less of an upgrade and more of an acknowledgement on …

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DayZ Standalone Details and Pics Released

DayZ designer Dean “Rocket” Hall was quoted last year as saying the standalone version of the popular zombie survival mod for ARMA II will be out before the end of 2012. That obviously hasn’t panned out, and today Rocket took to the DayZ development tumblr blog to reveal exactly why the game hasn’t been released, show off some textures in …

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Windows 8 Preview Presented At Barcelona

Microsoft launched the Windows 8 consumer preview yesterday to cheers (and jeers) from critics and fans alike. Microsoft was in Barcelona yesterday talking up the Windows 8 consumer preview. Here’s a short demonstration of Windows 8 for you to enjoy: If you’re feeling up for watching 90 minutes of Windows action, Engadget has graciously provided a video of the entire …

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Windows 8 Preview Released, Twitter Reacts

Today Microsoft released a Consumer Preview of its new Windows 8 operating system at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, to much interest – the preview has already been downloaded over 3 million times, according to USA Today. Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows and Windows Live Division at Microsoft states, “with Windows 8, we reimagined the different ways people …

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