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What was once PixelJunk Lifelike is now PixelJunk 4am. The upcoming downloadable title from Q-Games, makers of, well the PixelJunk series has flipped the script on us at the Tokyo Games Show.
Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert (@dylancuthbert) would like to explain.
The first round of downloadable content for Ubisoft’s critically-acclaimed Deus Ex: Human Revolution has been titled and dated. Take a look at the trailer to find out what is in store for Adam Jensen.
You may not be familiar with any of the fighters in Supremacy MMA. It certainly has fewer stars than UFC Undisputed, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care about these guys.
Supremacy MMA’s tagline reads “every fighter has a story”. The developer Kung Fu Factory shows this by having a story mode that actually explores the histories and personalities of the fighters, and looks to find out why they fight. Respect is also shown to their fighting styles.
No two fighters fight the same way, and every fighter has their own reasons for fighting. These are the stars of Supremacy MMA…
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is set in the year 2027 and features biomechanical augmentations that allow humans to essentially transcend their physical bodies and execute tasks that would otherwise seem impossible. While Deus Ex may take place in a fictional world, the technology present in it isn’t as far fetched as you might think.
Deus Ex Machina literally means ‘god out of machine,’ referring to ancient Greek dramas in which a god would be introduced into a play in order resolve some improbable plot. In Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the player takes on the role of Adam Jensen, a man turned mostly machine after a deadly attack at Sarif Industries. In an effort to discover who is behind the attack, Adam becomes entangled in a mess of conspiracies, lies, and deception. The choices you make throughout the game determine the fate of humanity.
Will you strive to do what is right, regardless of the situation, or will you embrace the machine in you and live as a god?
Continuing with their series of behind the scenes looks at RAGE the developers at id Software discuss the themes, inspirations and innovations that will hopefully make the world of RAGE one of the most awe-inspiring the industry has ever seen. They’d also like to let you in on how a certain character from The Big Lebowski made his way into the game.
EA’s Gamescom 2011 presentation is set to be one of the highlights of this year’s event, and you can watch the action unfold live on the EA website.
Good news: it looks like Mr. Freeze has officially been added to the ever-growing list of characters to be featured in the forthcoming (October 18) Batman: Arkham Asylum. Better news: he looks and sounds nothing like Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The final installment of the Metro: Last Light E3 demo is finally here. Roughly a month after the event it looks as if we can put E3 2011 to bed at long last.
As the release of RAGE draws nearer Bethesda Softworks and id Software thought it prudent to give us all a more in-depth look at the game’s more plot focused intricacies. Time to get acquainted the oppressive might of the ‘Authority’ and undying will of the ‘Resistance’.
Live action game trailers a thing of the past you say? Nay says Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Earlier this month THQ and 4A GAmes released part one of a three part series revealing the full demo for Metro: Last Light which was displayed at E3. This is part two.
Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot, the plump and pompous Batman villain better known as the Penguin, will be making his presence felt this October in Arkham City.
The flightless one will no doubt engage in his fair share of mayhem however a strange alliance with a certain undead individual makes him a far more formidable foe.
Every so often, a PSN game will come along that rivals most full-retail titles in terms of its scope, innovation and presentation. Braid and Flower are two such games, and now you can add Limbo to that list, which is a definite contender for our favourite PSN game of the year.
Limbo comes from the disturbed mind of Danish developer Arnt Jensen, and is the first title released by the independent Copenhagen-based studio, Playdead. The title was originally released last year, but finally made its way to the PS Store last week, complete with an exclusive new area.
Gotham City Impostors developer Monolith Productions has taken advantage of the captive audience at Comic-Con in San Diego by unveiling the debut trailer for their Dark Knight-themed first-person shooter.
With Catherine’s release less than a week away the game’s developer (and publisher for that matter), Atlus, are showing off the contents of the deluxe edition for the adulterous puzzler.
Pre-order the European Limited Edition version of Ace Combat Assault Horizon and get the F-4E Phantom II and other attractive things.
Namco Bandai today announced details for the Limited Edition version of Ace Combat Assault Horizon. The air combat sim is due for release in Europe on 14 October 2011, but if you get in early you can get exclusive content, including the F-4E Phantom II, a CD soundtrack and a notepad signed by the development team at Project Aces.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have released a bio and artwork for Harvey Dent AKA Two-Face. The acid-scarred criminal is set to appear in Batman: Arkham City, and we can’t wait to take him on. We consider Two-Face to be one of Bob Kane’s most interesting creations. This is why:
At this point in the year unveiling formerly private E3 demos seems to be the thing to do. Big name titles like BioShock Infinite and RAGE have already displayed long-form gameplay cuts.
Now it’s Metro: Last Light’s turn.