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Review: Hand of Fate

6 out of 10 Sound

There are games that are influential from inception; seminal works that break new ground, creating a distinct flavour that can be tasted in the games they influence. Sometimes they share traits that are easy to spot as common, but it isn’t always obvious.

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Bungie releases another big update for Destiny

Brace yourselves, fellow Guardians. Your quest to make yourself Legend will be interrupted today as Bungie pushes another update for Destiny, and this one is another whopper. Full of a wide range of tweaks and changes, it touches just about every aspect of the game. Except for the story. That’s still broke as hell. Read on for the details.

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Stick a fork in Battlefield Hardline. It’s done.

To everyone hoping to run those last minute ideas past the Battlefield Hardline devs, I’ve got some bad news. The game is done. Finished. Finalized. Complete. Wrapped up. Done. Or as we say in the biz, it’s gone gold. So what does this mean for us? Well, not much. But read on for the details anyway, won’t you?

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NBA 2K15 – The Save Game Review

9.5 out of 10 Excellent

Basketball is a weird sport. I played it for ten years during school and while I learnt skills, no one taught me to be tall. Because my bright and shiny basketball career was tragically cut short, I now write, but thankfully for me and everyone else under 7ft, the latest instalment of Visual Concepts and 2K Games’ long running basketball series is out now.

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Project Cars delayed until April

Well, here we go again. The ambitious racing simulation from Slightly Mad Studios has been delayed again. Originally slated for a holiday 2014 launch, the game was pushed back to March of this year. Earlier today, it was pushed back even further. But as far as delays go, this one isn’t too bad. Read on for the details.

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Far Cry 4 – the Save Game review

8 out of 10 Great Recommended

Over the last decade, Far Cry has carved out its own niche within the first person shooter genre of games. It has become famous for its wide open worlds, flamboyant characters, and over the top violence and mayhem. The latest installment, Far Cry 4, trades steamy tropical jungles for Himalayan mountainsides, but otherwise, promises to build on the success of its predecessors. Does it succeed? Let’s find out.

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Preview – Battlefield Hardline Beta

So the Battlefield: Hardline open beta has come and gone and I managed to play more than a couple of rounds to truly get a grasp about just how the game plays and and feels. I have killed cops and criminals, stolen cars and blown them up, and I have protected and robbed a bank too many times to count… and it was all a hell of a lot of fun!

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343 shares what they’ve learned from the Halo 5 beta

  These days, most betas are really just glorified demos. But the Halo 5 demo was different. Released a full year before the full game launches, it was a true work in progress, meant to test what worked, and what didn’t. Now that it’s over, 343 Industries is sharing what they’ve learned, and what changes they’re already making. Read on for the details.

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New Beta for Battlefield Hardline

Battlefield Hardline’s new beta is set to drop in less than twenty-four hours across PC, Xbox and Playstation platforms. While rumours of the beta leaked on reddit early last week, attributed to YouTube presenters in EA’s Ronku program, it was only in the past few days that there was date confirmation on the Battlefield site, as well as details of exactly what’s in. Save Game had a sneak preview of the beta content at an event at the Sydney Justice and Police Museum, hosted by EA’s community team and Visceral Games. In Sydney for the event were Senior Producer Scott Probst, Lead Multiplayer Map Designer Jeff Zaring, and Senior Multiplayer […]

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Warner Bros. Announce 5 LEGO Games For 2015

Warner Bros. has announced that TT Games are developing LEGO Jurassic World and LEGO Marvel’s Avengers videogames, set to release later this year, alongside new mobile and handheld titles.

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