Category Archives: Previews

‘The Crew’ Closed Beta Impressions

The Crew, the racing game which touts allowing players to drive from coast to coast across the USA without encountering a single loading screen, had its closed beta this past weekend and Analog Addiction was fortunate enough to gain access. Very little about the plot or premise of The Crew has been revealed up until [...]
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Can ‘Dying Light’ Shine Bright?

After Techland recently decided to abandon the last-gen version for Dying Light, I quickly began to see why in the very short demo available at PAX Australia. It would be quite difficult ensuring both generations would obtain the maximum effect Techland has set out to achieve, and it looks like a good decision. I got [...]
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Top Three Indie Games At PAX Australia

Last weekend I was privileged enough to attend PAX Melbourne and experience some incredible indie games in the Indie Pavilion. There were a huge number of indie developers showing off their new games, with enough variety to please every indie game lover. I played through many, but I found these three games were the most [...]
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‘Evolve’ Alpha Build Impressions

This past weekend, select lucky gamers were given access to the Alpha build of Evolve, allowing for servers to be stress tested across multiple platforms in addition to providing a sneak peak of the gameplay. Analog Addiction was fortunate enough to be involved and will be analyzing the various aspects of the experience, It is [...]
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First 15 Minutes – ‘Lords of the Fallen’

Analog Addiction is busy reviewing Lords of the Fallen as we speak. But in order to give you sneak peak at our upcoming review and a glance into the world of Lords of the Fallen, Analog Addiction is showcasing the first 15 minutes from the game. In the video above you will get to see [...]
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New ‘Halo: Nightfall’ Trailer

Fans of Halo will be familiar with the fact that a live action series from producer Ridley Scott titled Halo: Nightfall is releasing soon both as a standalone purchase as well as being included in copies of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Today, Microsoft released a new trailer for the series, giving viewers a peek at [...]
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‘Assault Android Cactus’ Early Access Impressions

Upon starting the campaign of Assault Android Cactus, the debut title from the independent Australian studio Witch Beam, you’ll get a quick introduction to Cactus, a Junior Constable with the Interplanetary Police. She is sent to investigate a space freighter that is under attack by its own worker robots. Assault Android Cactus is an intense [...]
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‘Expand’ Preview

Shapes. We deal with them on a daily basis yet they are almost forgotten, however we have seen many game developer’s utilise shapes to showcase some interesting ideas. Thomas Was Alone provided a deep tale of society, one that allowed us to care for the multitude of different shapes on screen. Then there was Sound [...]
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‘F.E.A.R. Online’ Preview

F.E.A.R. is a first-person shooter survival horror series that first launched on the PC in 2005, developed by Monolith Productions – the same studio behind this year’s Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. It made its console debut on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2006 and 2007, respectively. Since then, the series has spawned two [...]
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‘Gauntlet’ Early Access Impressions

Rebooting a franchise that’s been around for roughly 30 years is no easy task, but that’s exactly what Arrowhead Game Studios has set out to do with their upcoming PC release of Gauntlet. Fans of the later titles in the series such as Gauntlet Legends and Gauntlet Dark Legacy will remember all of the secret [...]
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‘Wasteland 2′ Early Access Impressions

What do you get when you mix old-school RPG tactics and modern technology? The answer is Wasteland 2, inXile Entertainment’s new title and a sequel 25 years in the making. The Kickstarter-funded follow-up to the 1988 sci-fi role playing game Wasteland comes out next Friday. Originally available on Apple II, Commodore 64, and DOS, the [...]
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‘Battlefield Hardline’ Beta Impressions

The Battlefield franchise has been keeping with numbered sequels over the past couple of releases. The announcement of Battlefield Hardline, marks a stray from direct sequels to another spin-off series. However, whereas DICE has developed every other Battlefield game, Visceral Games takes command this time. At E3 2014, a Beta was the game was announced [...]
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‘The Forest’ Early Access Impressions

Please note that The Forest is in its earliest stages of Early Access, so content is viable for change and additions are going to be seen implemented down the track. Also note that this is not a review as the product isn’t complete, this is just an impressions piece of the games current state. The [...]
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‘The Last Tinker: City of Colors’ Preview

When I first witnessed The Last Tinker: City of Colors, the only thing that came into my mind was – “Wow, this is a really colorful game!” Your own PC Editor Vlad has recently played a preview-build of Mimimi Productions’ upcoming platforming title, so below you’ll find some of my impressions. The Last Tinker: City [...]
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‘Van Helsing II’ – Closed Beta Impressions

These days, the gaming industry is in no shortage of ARPGs (action role-playing games). Ever since Blizzard had brought us the first installment in the Diablo series, this particular genre has been on a constant rise. That said, if an entry in the ARPG department doesn’t bring something new to the table, the general thought [...]
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