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Daily Archives: May 7, 2013

NEWS: First look at Techland’s Hellraid


Techland’s first new IP since the Dead Island series looks to recapture the magic of ’90s PC gaming, evoking classics such as Quake, Hexen, Diablo and Heretic in its four player co-operative hack n’slash that’s wrapped up in a dark fantasy setting.

NEWS: Wolfenstein: The New Order revealed


Bethesda Softworks revealed its newest game Wolfenstein: The New Order.

The famous franchise will make its appearance on current gen consoles by the end of the year. Next-gen version are being made as well.

NEWS: Plants Vs Zombies 2 new teaser trailer


Plants Vs Zombies 2 has been given a new trailer!

The game was set to release this spring but was recently postponed until this summer.

NEWS: Call of Juarez Gunslinger – Character trailer


In Call of Juarez Gunslinger you’ll play as Silas Greaves in a Western setting.

Want to get to know this ‘hero’? Check out his introduction in the video after the jump.

NEWS: The Sims 4 announced


EA announced The Sims 4, hitting PC and Mac next year.

The game is still developed by Maxis but won’t require the ‘always-online’ feature you had to face in The Sims 3.

NEWS: Remember Me – gameplay video


Remember Me is Capcom’s newest game and is set in a futuristic world with a female protagonist.

The goal of the game is to restore your lost memory by fighting and climbing your way trough the city. GameRadar created a long gameplay video.

NEWS: EA will develop and publish Star Wars games


EA made a deal with Disney that will allow them to develop and publish new Star Wars games in the future.

The EA studios, BioWare, DICE, and Visceral will be working on those games in the future.