Daily Archives: July 25, 2013

Killzone: Mercenary Demo Footage Shown

There is new footage of Guerilla Games upcoming Vita shooter Killzone: Mercenary which is just under half an hour of gameplay. Guerilla Games is known for their technical ability and judging by the footage, looks to deliver a shooter to show off the power [...]
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Prince Of Persia: The Shadow And The Flame Available Now

Ubisoft has announced that its newest reboot of the Prince of Persia franchise, The Shadow and the Flame, is now available for iOS and Android devices. The game is available for purchase through the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon. You can check out its [...]
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Greenlight Spotlight: A Hat in Time

Developer Gears For Breakfast throw their hat into the ring… In my experience few game consoles can conjure up such a powerfully intoxicating sense of nostalgia as the Big N’s fifth-generation sensation, the Nintendo 64. The company’s [...]
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No, Borderlands 2 Will Not Be Getting Another Season Pass

Despite the wide variation of DLC available for Borderlands 2, Gearbox has confirmed there will be no Season Pass or any other one-time fee for all of the content. “In April we celebrated the success of Borderlands 2 by thanking our most passionate [...]
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“Strings Attached” To Xbox One Self Publishing

It turns out yesterday’s announcement of the Xbox One allowing indie developers isn’t quite as good as it seems according to Retro City Rampage developer Brian Provinciano. According to Provinciano, Microsoft’s self-publishing announcement [...]
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Report – Discounted Xbox One To Launch In 2014 WITHOUT Kinect

Update: Microsoft has provided Gamefront with an official statement denying these reports, located below. “We have no plans to introduce an Xbox One without Kinect. We believe in Kinect and the value it brings to both games and entertainment, and believe [...]
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Square Enix Announces ‘Chaos Ring’ is Now Available on PlayStation Mobile

Square Enix has announced the critically-acclaimed mobile RPG Chaos Ring, is now available on PlayStation Mobile. Square Enix has provided us with a description of the game, detailed below. “Mysterious forces conspire to throw four pairs of men and [...]
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‘GRID 2′ Peak Performance Pack DLC Now Available

Codemasters has announced the Peak Performance Pack for GRID 2 is now available, it will cost 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360 and $4.99 on both PlayStation 3 and PC. The Peak Performance Pack contains six special edition cars, which can be used in single [...]
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Catwoman #22 Review

Catwoman #22 Written by: Ann Nocenti Art by: Rafa Sandoval

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Is Ubisoft’s Franchise-Centric Mindset Good For The Gaming Industry?

Franchises have always been a part of the gaming industry, from Pac-Man, Mario and even Metal Gear Solid. These franchises have become synonymous with gaming culture,  and even the masses who don’t consider themselves gamers know of their [...]
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Harbinger #14 Review

Harbinger #14 Written by: Joshua Dysart Art by: Khari Evans

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The Bounce #3 Review

The Bounce #3 Written by: Joe Casey Art by: David Messina

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Constantine #5 Review

Constantine #5 Written by: Ray Fawkes Art by: Renato Guedes

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New Avengers #8 Review

New Avengers #8 Written by: Jonathan Hickman Art by: Mike Deodato As the prelude to Infinity, this issue was decent. It did feel as though it was all over the place, but it was decent to say the least. It seems as though Hickman has an idea for what he want [...]
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Horror Game Outlast Launches In September

Update: Outlast will officially cost $19.95 on PC, and we have been given a few screenshots to help ease the wait till its release. Original Story: The first-person crap-your-pants simulator, Outlast launches on September 4th for the PC. Outlast follows the [...]
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