Source: cinema blend
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will feature a wide range of flashy, futuristic inventions. A new screenshot from Sledgehammer Games shows off one of the bigger ones: a hovertan ...
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Jun 30 2014, 3:51pm CDT
Source: Latino Review
Far Cry 4The first photo is out of Ajay Ghale, the protagonist character in "Far Cry 4". Ajay returns to his home region of Kyrat to scatter his mother's ashes. Once there, he encounters the game's villain and old friend, Pagan Min. The game launched on all platforms on November 18th. Metro ReduxAn August 26th release date has been announced for "Metro Redux" on PS4 and Xbox One. The release contains remas ...
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Jun 25 2014, 5:45pm CDT
Source: The A.V. Club
The Murder Report tallies the onscreen kills in the console makers’ E3 press events.E3 is well underway, which means that it’s time for our annual accounting of video game slaughter, the Murder Report! As usual, Microsoft is up first. Those rapacious Redmond rascals always set a high bar for their competitors—Microsoft topped our slaughter charts in 2012 and again in 2013. How many lives did the ...
Full article at: The A.V. Club
Jun 12 2014, 12:00am CDT
Source: Business Insider
Only five women presented on stage at the major press events at E3, the video game industry's huge conference, which took place in LA this week. Sadly, that number won't be surprising to anyone familiar with sexism in the tech industry, and the particularly appalling way women are treated in the video game industry. But here's the really shocking part. E3 actually featured more severed heads on stage than w ...
Full article at: Business Insider
Jun 11 2014, 6:40pm CDT
Source: Digital Trends
Activision's "power changes everything" tagline appears to ring true in what we've seen so far from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.The post E3 First Look: Combat takes a high-tech turn in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare appeared first on Digit ...
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Jun 11 2014, 1:08pm CDT
Source: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
As our possibly slightly over-wrought splash this week should have made clear, I don't really think anyone 'wins' E3.
That's not to say the world's biggest video games show is anything less than ruthlessly competitive -- but it's not a zero-sum, well, game. The more good titles there are, the better. The the more hype E3 generates, the longer we can luxuriate in its warm glow like a big, creamy, pre-rendered bath. (I ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post: UK Edition
Jun 11 2014, 10:53am CDT