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E3 Trailerpalooza 2015: Bethesda Edition

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Yes, friends, it’s that time of year again. Officially known as the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short, we here at Save Game like to call it Trailerpalooza. We trim off all the excess hype and hyperbole to bring you what you want to see most: the trailers. First up this year, is Bethesda.

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First Look at LEGO Worlds

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Rest easy – that’s not a spoiler for Game of Thrones but a screenshot from LEGO Worlds, a game which appeared on Steam’s Early Access at the start of the week.

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Fallout 4 confirmed. No, really. There’s even a trailer.

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  We all knew it would come eventually, but it sure is nice to finally see it. After teasing the announcement yesterday, Bethesda Softworks has officially unveiled Fallout 4. It’s real, and it’s spectacular. Read on to see if for yourself.

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First Impressions – The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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A thread runs through open worlds, holding together the collective sequences and explorable regions, existing across many games. We can venture into them with clear intent, or for the sake of finding something new. Recent trysts into digital landscapes have evolved past once pristine wonderlands, embracing entropy as something that must exist within their lands to feel authentic. A barn cannot only be modelled and rendered before it’s put before the player, but must also be designed old; aged, weathered and used. While this brings a level of authenticity to already wide worlds, some also bearing depth and height, the […]

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Review: The Evil Within Story DLC – The Assignment & The Consequence

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8 out of 10 Great

Tango Gameworks and Bethesda’s The Evil Within promised “a return to the roots of survival horror”, and with one of the fathers of the genre Shinji Mikami at the helm, it definitely had plenty of potential. Sadly, the game was heavily marred by technical bugs, poor design choices and an almost incomprehensible narrative. All the key ingredients for a great game were there, but they weren’t executed properly. But it seems old Shinji and his pals had a few tricks left up their sleeves, and the two story-focused DLC’s, The Assignment and The Consequence almost completely redeem the franchise. Many […]

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Dragon Age Inquisition: The Black Emporium launches tomorrow

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One of the more unique and entertaining aspects of Dragon Age 2 was the Black Emporium DLC; a secret shop full of all kinds of bizarre and powerful items. When Dragon Age Inquisition was launched, many fans were disappointed to learn that the game lacked a comparable place to spend their gold. But that is about to change. Read on for the details.

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Ex-Rare Devs Announce Banjo-Kazooie Spiritual Successor, ‘Yooka-Laylee’

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Yooka-Laylee (previously entitled ‘Project Ukelele’), a 3D platformer being made by a team of ex-Rare developers, is the official title of what is set to be the spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie from the Nintendo 64.

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Bladestorm: Nightmare – The Save Game Review

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5 out of 10 Average

Bladestorm: Nightmare is a near seven year old game rejigged for the new era of consoles, although why anyone thought it was a good idea to do that, instead of just building an entirely new game, is beyond me. It’s like someone in the back office wasn’t ready to pull the trigger on a sequel, and settled on another cliched ‘HD update’ instead.

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Oh my Glob! A new Adventure Time game is coming

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  As Jake the Dog has been known to say… Get your hero on, dude! A new Adventure Time game is in development, and it might be the title that finally brings the Land Ooo to consoles in all its endearingly bizarre glory. So stuff a sword and the Enchiridion in your backpack, and read on to learn all we know about the game.

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Mortal Kombat X Has Microtransactions for Fatalities

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Mortal Kombat X features microtransactions that unlock “Easy Fatalities” for 99 cents, or a pack of 30 for $5.

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