Monthly Archives: October 2013

How to Survive Gets First DLC

A new downloadable content for the recently released top-down survival zombie-themed title, How to Survive, is now available for purchase. “Heatwave,” as it is called, will offer you a fireproof suit, in addition to the ability of crafting incendiary bullets. Gamers can either purchase a single suit for one of the three characters ($0.99) or […]
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Hellraid Delayed to 2014

Polish developer Techland has announced that its upcoming cooperative-focused first-person combat title, Hellraid, has been pushed back to 2014. The decision behind the delay is for the developer to add new features, game-modes, and to redesign some aspects to both the single-player, and the co-op modes. “For example we want to redesign the magic system […]
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Nintendo Announces ‘Just Dance’ & ‘Skylanders’ Wii U Console Offers

Nintendo Australia has announced two new Wii U console value offers that will launch in the lead-up to the holiday season. Starting November 14 those who purchase a Wii U Basic Pack can then receive a Just Dance 2014 Additional Set at no extra cost, giving players Just Dance 2014 alongside the usual inclusions of […]
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New Major ‘Dragon’s Prophet’ Update

Skyhammer Warriors has announced a new major update that is now available for Dragon’s Prophet, the recently released fantasy MMORPG. Today’s patch brings the next phase of the eagerly anticipated Frontier System to the European servers, where those victorious in a territory war can appoint lords to actively rule over the Sky Islands they have […]
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‘Furmins’ Launches on PlayStation Vita

Ukrainian developer Beatshapers, has release Furmins for the PlayStation Vita in European and Oceanic territories. Furmins is a physics based action puzzle game that was originally developed by Housemarque, who is now currently working on PlayStation 4 development. Furmins has players guiding a bunch of creatures across cunningly designed levels, by rearranging items as well […]
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‘Dead Rising 3′ Nick or Treat Trailer

In celebration of Halloween, Capcom and Microsoft have released a new trailer for Dead Rising 3. The trailer shows the game’s protagonist, Nick, dressed in silly costumes and killing zombies. Dead Rising 3 is out on November 22, exclusively on Xbox One. Nathan Manning is an Xbox Editor for AnalogAddiction. He is only critical on […]
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‘Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn’ Is Travelling Well

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has passed 1.5 million “registered players” within its first two months. This total includes PC and PlayStation 3 players across Australia, New Zealand, North America, Europe, Japan and all other PAL territories. Furthermore, there will be a content update- the first for the game- […]
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‘Saints Row IV’ Receives Super Powered DLC

Deep Silver and Volition have announced the Super Saints Pack is now available for Saints Row IV. The Super Saints Pack offers two male and two female superhero outfits, as well as a Large Submachine Gun for 2,39 GBP Sony / 1,99 GBP Microsoft. Saints Row IV was released earlier this year and Analog Addiction […]
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Ultimate Comics X-Men #33 Review

Ultimate Comics X-Men #33 Written by: Brian Wood Art by: Gabriel Hardman World War X has been just what this X-Men series needed since Ultimatum. Everything that they have gone through leading up to this very moment here, one which Brian Wood so brilliantly constructed. Fighting against the world, then extinction, then the government, even themselves, […]
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Superior Spider-Man #20 Review

  Superior Spider-Man #20 Written by: Dan Slott Art by: Giuseppe Amuncoli This is the issue that many fans have been awaiting to some. Some questions are answered and old faces reappear who may change the game and not in favor of Otto. You think that things may just get a bit better for Otto, […]
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Nintendo Reports More Poor Wii U Sales

Nintendo has revealed the Wii U is still in bad shape with the latest results posted on the system’s most recent sales. Between July and September the Wii U has sold only 300,000 units worldwide which is a jump up from April-June’s shocking 160,000 units but this is even with Pikmin 3 and The Legend […]
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PlayStation 4 Unlikely To Have Online Passes

Online passes will continue to fade into the books of history as Sony has confirmed the use of online passes will be minimal at the very least. “First-party titles on PS4 (titles developed by Sony Computer Entertainment) will not use an Online Pass program,” the electronics company disclosed on a Q&A on the PlayStation Blog. […]
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Guardians of The Galaxy #8 Review

  Guardians of The Galaxy #8 Written by: Brian Michael Bendis Art by: Francesco Francavilla The Guardians have now entered the fray, about time I may add. Up to now they have been used as an introduction of Angela into the Marvel Universe. Sure they know what’s going on and have been informed, but that […]
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Call of Duty Ghosts Will Run at 1080p Native on PS4, 720p upscaled on Xbox One

Putting rumour and speculation to bed, Infinity Ward’s Mark Rubin has announced Call of Duty Ghosts will run at 1080p upscaled from 720p on the Xbox One but will run at 1080p natively on the PlayStation 4. The news comes via Rubin’s Twitter account today where he explains how the developer wanted to get both […]
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Heavenly Sword Film Trailer

Sony has released the first trailer for the Heavenly Sword feature film which was announced earlier this year following the Ratchet and Clank movie due out in 2015. It’s not Heavenly Sword 2 sure, but it’s hardly a bad alternative. George Sinclair is the Chief News Editor for Analog Addiction, the home of the latest news, […]
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