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Mass Effect producer Casey Hudson leaving Bioware


Well, this was unexpected.  Just two months after appearing in a video at E3 touting his team’s new IP, Casey Hudson has left Bioware.  The executive producer of the Mass Effect series had spent 16 years with the Edmonton based company, and his departure comes as a bit of a shock to fans.  Read on for all the details.

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Hands on preview – Project CARS

“Have you played a racing simulator before?” I’m asked as I stand in Bandai Namco’s Sydney office. “I’ve… tried to” I reply. This elicits a laugh. “Yeah, that’s a good answer”. I won’t pretend that I’m the target audience of Project CARS (which is short for Community Assisted Racing Simulator) because I’m really not. It’s designed for people who take racing games seriously, who know all the famous circuits like the back of their hand, and understand the differences between all the classes of cars besides “These ones are faster”. I’m not great at racing games, and I lack the […]

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Yay it’s another Assassin’s Creed game!

Everyone, rejoice!  The rumors were true.  There’s another Assassin’s Creed game in the works, and no, it’s not Unity.  It’s called Assassin’s Creed Rogue, and it’s coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 this fall.  While the idea of yet another Assassin’s Creed game crowding store shelves might not get you too excited, this next entry might be unique enough to get you interested.  Read on for the details.

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DLC Review – Dark Souls 2: Crown of the Sunken King

8 out of 10 Great

Sometimes, I wonder why I do this. It’s 2am. I’m reeling from yet another death, handed ignomiously to me by another almost impossible to kill Dark Souls 2 denizen. My patience is on a razor edge, I’m so close to throwing the controller down and walking away. And yet I press forward, telling myself I’ll continue for just a little longer, that I’ll try just one more time. Because the challenge of progressing to the next bonfire to save your game, whilst oh so maddening, also leads to the sweetest reward when achieved. This is what Dark Souls 2 does […]

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Save Game Sunday Kickday: Bacon Man

“Old King Roast Beef has been brutally murdered, and his obviously innocent grandson Bacon Man has been framed by the Food Kings. Escape the clutches of evil, gather allies, and help Bacon Man restore his rightful place on the Meat Throne.” That’s the pitch for Bacon Man, a side scrolling adventure game that’s our pick for this week’s Sunday Kickday.  Read on to learn more about it.

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So what’s the deal with Bioware’s “You’ve Been Chosen” teasers?

Well, this was unexpected.  After E3 2014 came and went with only the vaguest of teases concerning their next IP, Bioware fans were left somewhat disappointed.  Now, only a couple of months later, the Edmonton based developer has begun releasing strange video teaser trailers under the banner of “You’ve Been Chosen.”  Read on to see them for yourself.

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Review – Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard

A keyboard is a keyboard right? Not when it’s a Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard. With mechanical switches, individual backlit keys, and boasting durability to withstand 60 million keystrokes, the BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard from Razer is the Ferrari of keyboards. After trialing this keyboard over several days, I can happily say that Razer have designed a keyboard that is as practical as it is flashy.

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Bioware looking for Dragon Age Keep beta testers

If you’re anything like us, you’re probably still a little sad that Dragon Age Inquisition was delayed.  Sure, it’s only about a month, but those days will feel like years!  But not all the news out of Bioware’s Edmonton headquarters has been bad lately.  Today, they announced that they’re still actively seeking beta testers for Dragon Age Keep. Read on for the details.

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Firefly Online reveals first gameplay trailer

It’s been awhile since we heard anything about Firefly Online, the social RPG that will serve as the semi-official continuation of the Firefly universe.  But this past weekend at SDCC, the developers debuted a brand new trailer, showing all the progress that has been made on the game since its announcement last year.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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Trials Fusion – Review

“Welcome to the future, man, machine the fusion.” These are the titular words you hear when first booting up the latest effort from RedLynx. Trials Fusion is the latest installment in the trials series, after the very popular and very frustrating Trials Evolution. Fusion sticks to the same formula with a capital F, being frustrating at times yet incredibly rewarding when you finally get past that obstacle you’ve been stuck on.

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