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Archive for 4 October 2011


Payday: The Heist delays its caper

You’ve got to be careful when planning a bank job, which is why Payday: The Heist is delaying itself while some last minute changes are dealt with.

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Assassin’s Creed: Revelations concludes an era

Ubisoft is really ramping up the marketing for Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, ahead of its November (December on PC) release.

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Playing house: Victoria II expansion announced

If you literally can’t get enough of runing future nations through colonisation and researching new types of steam travel, you’ll be pleased about the announcement of an expansion to Paradox’s Victoria II.

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Orcs Must Die! in this PC demo

Orc genocide is never pretty, so you should probably sample it before you decide if Orcs Must Die!

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The Darkness II limited edition pre-order incentive

2K Games entice gamers to pre-order their upcoming sequel.
The pre-order inventive package has been revealed by 2K today for The Darkness II which applies to PC, PS3 and 360 versions of the game.

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PC gamers raging about Rage

Following the launch of Rage, PC gamers have been disappointed to discover all sorts of graphics problems.

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Rage: A successful return for legendary studio

We review Rage. We like Rage.
When a game arrives with “From the creators of Doom and Quake” emblazened across its cover expectations are understandably high (at least for those of us old enough to remember those franchises in their heyday).

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Skyrim 360 Achievements revealed

Includes minor spoilers.
As per usual, Bethesda’s upcoming fantasy-RPG comes packed with 50 achievements for 1000 gamerscore on Xbox 360.

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Rage Review

Much of today’s videogame audience will not share the same respect and admiration for id Software as some of us old fogeys.

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