Month: July 2012

Dawnguard Still Absent from Other Platforms

Late last week it was announced PlayStation 3 would finally receive a new Skyrim patch, many assumed that with the patch dates coexisting with the 30 day exclusive deal Microsoft received for the Skyrim DLC Dawnguard ending. That the DLC would be released on the same day, sadly […]

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Deadlight Review

I run.  All of my weapons have been lost and I am alone in a world that is cruel, dark and twisted.  The end of the world will find a way to change everyone that is still around; humans have become almost as dangerous as the shadows I […]

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Dragons Dogma Hits 1 Million

Dragons Dogma is a total success. Capcom has come out to reveal that Dragons Dogma has sold 1.05 million units since release, these details come forth from Capcom’s April-June Financial Report. Numbers were strong at the end of June and it seems the numbers have only got better for […]

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Quick Update and Darksiders 2

Is anyone as excited for Darksiders 2 as I am? Excited for Deadlight even? Let me know below. Jamie Briggs looks after Analog Addiction where you can find all his latest reviews, interviews and features. Also follow his daily life on Twitter @Jamierock50 and his videos on YouTube.

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Next Generation Call of Duty in the Works

Some interesting information has been found on an Infinity Ward resume and multiple job listings that seem to suggest the studio is looking towards the future. Next generation consoles have been rumoured for months now and this resume from a Modern Warfare 3 engineer Andrew Aye, seems to […]

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Battlefield 3 Armored Kill Details

Information regarding Battlefield 3’s upcoming expansion pack Armored Kill has been given from EA themselves. The expansion will include four new maps, including the biggest map in Battlefield history called Bandar Desert. Also new vehicle additions will be added including ATV’s tanks and mobile artillery units, five new […]

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Limbo Follow-Up ‘2 Years Away’

PlayDead’s game director Arnt Jensen has recently been interviewed by IGN.com, in this interview he was asked about PlayDead’s follow-up to Limbo. Jensen stated that ‘Project 2′ as it has been called is “at least two years away” and that the development cycle will take the time it […]

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