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New video explores Evolve’s single player mode

By now, pretty much everybody knows that Evolve, the upcoming science fiction monster hunting game, is going to be a multiplayer experience. What some people might not know, however, is that the game will feature a robust single player mode as well. While it isn’t an actual campaign, it will let you experience much of what Evolve has to offer. Read on for all the details, and to see it for yourself.

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Breaking News: The Witcher 3 will have lots of sex

As fans of The Witcher know well, Geralt of Rivia is as much a lover as he is a fighter. When he’s not slaying monsters or saving villagers, he can often be found in the company of a beautiful woman, engaging in all manner of lustful endeavors. It shouldn’t come as a shock, then, that the upcoming third Witcher game will include a love scene or two. But just how much sex the game will have might surprise you.

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Dragon Age Inquisition tavern songs can now be downloaded for free

Trying to unite warring nations against an evil force threatening to destroy the world can be an exhausting job. That’s why many Dragon Age players have made a habit of stopping into the Herald’s Rest, Skyhold’s tavern, for some rest and relaxation. One of the hallmarks of the Herald’s Rest are the songs performed by the tavern’s bard. For a limited time, Bioware is offering downloads of those songs for free. Read on for the details. 

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Ori and the Blind Forest gets a release date

I know what you’re probably thinking. “Who and the What?” Ori and the Blind Forest hasn’t gotten a whole lot of press lately, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth your attention. A platforming adventure game with a unique and dazzling visual style, Ori and the Blind Forest looks like it might be something special. Soon, you’ll be able to judge for yourself. Read on for the details.

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Start your engines for the new Project CARS trailer

Your eyes do not deceive you. Behold, the glorious return of Save Game news. Well, perhaps “glorious” is too strong a word. Humble, perhaps? In any case, we’re back, and just in time to catch the newest trailer for Project CARS, the ambitious racing simulation that’s due to be released in March. It’s roughly two and a half minutes of pure, undiluted car porn, and it’s breath taking. So buckle up, and read on to see it for yourself.

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Evolve Beta Preview and Interview with Jon Bloch

Evolve is the next game from Turtle Rock Studios, due out in February this year. As a co-operative and competitive class-based shooter, it pits a team of four hunters against a lone monster, but instead of hunting down a predictable AI opponent, it’s another player that’s at the reins as the threat/target. The game has been shown at game conventions, but it’s the imminent open beta that’ll put in the most hands before release. I had the privilege of being invited by 2K Australia to see the latest beta, play against some of the developers, and ask a few questions about […]

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Halo 5 Beta: the Good, the Bad, and the Meh.

  It’s fairly safe to say that no franchise has had more of an impact on the FPS genre over the last decade than Halo. But it’s also safe to say that the series isn’t what it used to be. No longer the undisputed king of online FPS multiplayer, the series has fallen behind more modern shooters, and alienated longtime fans by trying to be more like its competitors. Halo 5: Guardians is being billed as a return to form by its developers, and they’ve released an early beta to prove it. So does the game live up to the […]

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Review – Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

9.5 out of 10 Excellent

Every so often a game comes along that I enjoy so much I struggle to find words to describe it, due to me not believing I can do the game justice. Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is one of those games. It combines a variety of intertwined systems with great replay value to create a game that’s enjoyable to not only play through to completion, but to toy around with and experiment. It’s not only a fantastic game, but it’s also a brilliant PC port that shows other developers how it’s done – it runs well with reasonable system […]

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Review – Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

8 out of 10 Great

The Call of Duty franchise has seen some huge highs and some equally low lows throughout its lifetime. With Advanced Warfare, it is clear that Sledgehammer Games and Activision have done their best to re-invigorate the series, combining the strengths the games are know for with new additions to keep the franchise fresh. The result is a polished, well-designed game that has a few rough edges, but not enough to lessen the appeal of the game.

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Open Beta – The Crew

Fast cars: check. Racing: Check. Cows: yes check. Shaun put his foot on the gas during The Crew’s open beta and decided to make a video with his thoughts.

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