If Erica Page can’t battle her way through a haunted mansion filled with horrific beasts and break an ancient curse before sunrise her life is forfeit, her soul trapped for all eternity. Doesn’t that sound like fun? »
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Around this time four years ago The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings impressed critics with its opulent and demanding PC graphics, rich environments and storytelling, along with innovative combat mechanics. Selling nearly two million copies in its first year, the game was a great success for CD Projekt Red so it came as… »
It’s wouldn’t be a proper Persona 4 spinoff without tons of crazy costumes. Last week Atlus revealed swimwear for the ladies. This week, something much more entertaining. »
QUOTE | “I think the old publishing model has died, where it’s just a bunch of suits and they’re doing marketing. It’s changed dramatically.” - Stardock CEO Brad Wardell, explaining why developers need a full partner to help bring games to market. »
Destiny’s new mode, Trials of Osiris, went live today. With it comes a new social hub that only the best of the best can visit.
We can hone our bodies and minds until they’re razor sharp—perfect tools of fistic destruction—but in the end we all fall to the same foe: mobile game microtransactions.
Pretty much everybody knows what Batman looks like: pointy ears, menacing cowl, voluminous cape and big bat symbol on his chest. But the Dark Knight's been around for more than 75 years, with hundreds—maybe even thousands—of people drawing the iconic superhero through the decades. So let's round up some of the people… »
The weekend is close, which means it’s time for another installment in Worth Reading, our weekly round up of the best games writing from the past week. »
Meet the Celestial Nighthawk, one of Destiny’s newest helmets and perhaps the most lethal boss-killing device in the game.
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