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If Halo and Macross/Robotech had a baby, Strike Vector would be it.
First and foremost, Strike Vector looks amazing. For an indie team of only four people, working with the Unreal 3 Engine for only a few months–wow!
Take to the skies in flying battle ships and wage dog fights in massive environments that could have come out from Gradius. Switching between two movement modes: Jet Mode allows you to quickly react and reach your foes and surroundings. Or play it like an FPS whilst in Hover Mode, to precisely maneuver about.
Not much else is known, for more info check out their site www.strikevector.net
Battlefield 4 is “Next Gen”, and it Ain’t About Graphics, it’s about the Accoutrements
EA brought in the pros, literally, to showcase Battlefronts’ mulitiplayer gameplay.
It was an epic match of 64 players, on PC, in a truly dynamic and destructible environment. An amazing bit of tech to be seen.
Look for it this 29th of October, for the Xbox ONE, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Source: GamesHQMedia via YouTube
I could be just as wrong as you are. Or, you could be as right as I am.
As I travel about on the web, and do my daily reading, I find many situations and issues that are, ah…’informative’ and ‘enlightening’. Recently, I had the pleasure to realize just how much viewpoints of religion, politics and gaming all have in common for gamers.
First off, it’s the defensiveness over any and every differing viewpoint. Such as the recent need for Microsoft to “turn comments off” on a youtube post regarding an as yet UNRELEASED product (Xbox one). Lots of big people talking there, with big opinions, proving more about themselves than about anything else.
Another had to do with a sabotaged YouTube post of gaming tropes by a feminist. Really…are we all so dim as to instantly prove her right with a spew of hate? Nice job. BTW, it’s very hard to criticize someone’s view when you make their point for them. Great support, BTW.
Fast-Paced Thievery, Money Bags Flying, and More in Dollar Dash!
Dollar Dash, released on March 6th, 2013 by Kalypso Media Digital and devloped by Candygun Games, is a multi-player, cops and robbers (okay, mostly robbers) game for XBox or PC, with a Playstation version in the works. The game is fast-paced, highly customizable, and has enough action and comedy to keep players engaged. There are a number of XBox achievements available, as well as plenty of items to buy within Dollar Dash‘s shop.
Nearly every website that has even the simplest idea of gaming has done a Far cry 3 review by now, and covered all the typical stuff, like characters, plot, etc., and some of the basics in terms of what you can expect. in terms of probable gameplay. And, nearly every review I have read has given glowing praise to a game that supposedly deserves “Game of the Year.” Well, I DON’T think that it does. I think the game can be ranked by sections, and I am going to do just that, opinion or not – I stand by this.
More Remember Me gameplay footage from Capcom.
Ladies and gentlemen. Here is some more Remember Me gameplay footage for your viewing pleasure. Don’t forget, Remember Me is to be released in May of 2013 (pun intended).
The videos that have been released of the Remember Me gamplay so far are receiving mixed reviews. The game is already being compared to Uncharted, Mirrors Edge, and Assassin’s Creed.
Remember Me : Memory Remix Gameplay in Neo-Paris courtesy of Nilin.
Ok gamers, here is more info and some actual Remember Me-memory remix gameplay footage from Capcom. Before I get to the footage of the memory remix gameplay allow me to provide you with some more background about the game and its protagonist.
The setting for Remember Me is “Neo-Paris” in the year 2084. Memories have become a significant commodity, and the protagonist, Nilin, is a professional Memory Hunter. It is Nilin’s job to hunt down memories and/or change them.
Capcom reveals “Remember Me” at GAMESCOM 2012.
Here is yet another reason to be excited about gaming in 2013. Capcom will be releasing “Remember Me” in May of 2013. This will be a cyber-punk game that focuses on memories and human emotions rather than focusing on physical augmentation. Remember Me is an RPG with an active and instantaneous combat system that will have a linear story.
The setting for “Remember me” will be in the city of Neo-Paris in the year 2084.