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Monday, 9 May 2016

Quantum Break




Quantum Break is an action-adventure science fiction third-person shooter video game developed by Remedy Entertainment and published by Microsoft Studios, The game was released worldwide for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One on 5 April 2016. Directed by Sam Lake and Mikael Kasurinen, the game features Jack Joyce, the main protagonist, trying to stop Paul Serene, a close friend and Monarch Solutions CEO, from enforcing the End of Time after a failed time-machine experiment, which gives Jack time manipulation powers.

Quantum Break is mostly a third-person shooter, but includes elements of a platform game in less action-oriented segments, and "junction points" that interact with the game's outcome, much like a game book, with episodes of an integrated live-action television show, featuring the actual actors of the characters, interacting with the player's choices, displaying the outcome of the choices made.

Upon release, the Xbox One version received positive reviews; critics praised the game's dramatic yet thrilling story and campaign, visuals, action sequences, characterization, and time manipulation features, but criticized the functionality of the time powers. The PC version received mixed reviews for its technical deficiencies.

Friday, 6 May 2016

Bulletstorm



Bulletstorm is a 2011 first-person shooter video game made by Polish developer People Can Fly and the American company Epic Games, and is published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. The game was released on February 22, 2011 in North America and on February 25, 2011 in Europe.

The game is distinguished by its sense of style and crass humor, rewarding players with points for performing increasingly ludicrous and creative kills. Bulletstorm does not have any competitive multiplayer modes, preferring instead to include cooperative online play as well as score attack modes.

Upon release, the game received positive reviews from critics who praised the game's graphics and action, but garnered controversy. Bulletstorm was a commercial failure for both Epic Games and Electronic Arts.

Set in a futuristic utopia, an elite peacekeeping force thwarts the rumblings of civil war. But deception within the ranks has caused two members of the most feared unit to strike out on their own. Now stranded on an abandoned paradise, Grayson Hunt and Ishi Sato find themselves surrounded by hordes of mutants and flesh eating gangs. They survive on two objectives: get off the planet alive and extract revenge on the man who sent them there.

As Grayson Hunt, players wield an arsenal of over-the-top combat moves and outrageously large guns that feed into Bulletstorm's distinct 'skillshot' system producing unprecedented levels of frantic gameplay and yell-inducing satisfaction.

Friday, 29 April 2016

Assassin's Creed Rogue





Assassin's Creed Rogue is a 2014 action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Sofia and published by Ubisoft. It is the seventh major installment in the Assassin's Creed series, and acts as a sequel to 2013's Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and a prequel to 2012's Assassin's Creed III with its final mission being the prologue to 2014's Assassin's Creed Unity. It is the last of the Assassin's Creed games to be released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Ubisoft announcing that the company will no longer release games for them, except for its casual rhythm series Just Dance. The game was first released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November and December 2014, and released on Microsoft Windows on March 10, 2015.

The plot is set in a fictional history of real world events and follows the centuries-old struggle between the Assassins, who fight for peace with free will, and the Templars, who desire peace through control. The story is set in the mid-18th century during the Seven Years' War, and follows Shay Patrick Cormac, an Assassin-turned-Templar. Gameplay in Rogue is very similar to that of Black Flagwith a mixture of ship-based naval exploration and third-person land-based exploration with some new features.

Upon release, Rogue received mixed-to-positive critical reaction; most critics praised the game's twist as playing a Templar, story, protagonist, additions to the franchise's lore and naval warfare game play, whereas others criticized it for lack of new ideas or game play features and similarity to Black Flag.

Wednesday, 27 April 2016

Mortal Kombat X





Mortal Kombat X is a fighting video game developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is the tenth main installment in the Mortal Kombat video game series and was released on April 14, 2015 forMicrosoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. NetherRealm studio's mobile team developed a version for iOS and Android devices. A version for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 was in development but was eventually cancelled because NetherRealm couldn't get the last-gen versions to the quality expected of a Mortal Kombat game.

Like previous Mortal Kombat games, Mortal Kombat X's gameplay consists of two players, or one player and the CPU, fighting against each other with their selected character, using a large, varied array of character specific attacks. The game contains several modes, such as a story mode, which takes place twenty years after the previous Mortal Kombat game, several 'Tower' modes, which feature dynamically changing challenges, numerous online modes, and the 'Krypt', a mode played in a first-person perspective where players explore the areas unlocking a variety of in-game items.

The console versions of Mortal Kombat X received mostly positive reviews from critics upon release. Most praise was directed at the game's controls, overall gameplay, graphics, story, and characters, with some reviewers calling it the best game in the Mortal Kombatseries. However, the PC version of the game was met with mixed reception, with reviewers blaming numerous technical issues (including frequent crashes and slow netcode) for severely hindering the experience. Some critics also particularly disliked the tutorials, microtransactions, and downloadable content. Selling more than 5 million copies, the game was the fastest-selling game in the franchise and the ninth best-selling game in 2015.

An upgraded version of Mortal Kombat X, entitled Mortal Kombat XL was released on March 1, 2016 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The upgrade to the fighting game includes all downloadable content characters from the two released Kombat Packs, almost all current bonus alternate costumes and improved netcode which features a rollback system.

Saturday, 16 April 2016

5 Hardest Bosses in Dark Souls 3




Dark Souls III is packed with an assortment of difficult bosses to defeat. But of these bosses, there are five that stood out to us personally as the hardest. Below we've compiled footage of the boss fights that we had the most difficult time beating.

5. Abyss Watchers

The Abyss Watchers can be tough when you don't understand the battle's flow. During the beginning, you only have to deal with one, but as the fight progresses, two more will spawn in. This is confusing at first since while one tries to attack you, the other focuses its attention on the other Abyss Watchers. You have an ally in this rogue Abyss Watcher, but don't be deceived, its attacks can still hurt you. We learned that the hard way.

4. Pontiff Sulyvahn

Pontiff Sulyvahn is a difficult boss that forces you to implement tricky roll maneuvers to dodge his wide sweeping attacks. And once you think you've wrapped your head around his attack patterns, his second phase has him summoning a clone of himself, doubling the number of attacks you need to worry about.

3. Lothric, Younger Prince

Lothric and Lorian are a tough duo to defeat, mostly because of how Lorian uses teleportation attacks, which can be difficult to dodge. What's worse is when the brothers start attacking you together in the battle's second phase, forcing you to worry about not only melee attacks but magical spells as well. Also, if you kill Lorian before Lothric, he'll revive his brother with half HP.

2. Soul of Cinder

Soul of Cinder isn't the most difficult boss, however, he has a larger variety of attacks than any other boss in the game, sporting an arsenal of powerful weapons that each have their own unique attack patterns. He also has two life bars worth of health; let that sink in for moment.

1. Nameless King

Nameless King is incredibly difficult because of his speed and attack variety. The dragon he rides isn't hard to take down, but once he gets off of it, you're in for a challenge. His attack animations are deceiving in terms of timing, so you often tend to dodge too early or too late. In addition, a couple of his attacks surge electricity on to the floor, causing even more damage. There's a reason why the bonfire near the Nameless King is so close by; this guy is a handful.

Homefront: The Revolution Preorder Bonuses



Homefront: The Revolution releases next month, which means you can preorder the game now to receive some bonus weapons, vehicles, and items. We've collected all of the preorder bonuses and posted the details here to help you get an idea of whether it's worth paying early for the extra stuff.

All preorders of the upcoming Homefront game come with the Revolutionary Spirit Pack, which includes the "Red Skull" motorbike skin and a gold pistol skin. It also secures early unlocks of the marksman rifle, a sniper scope, and remote explosives for your co-op character. Digital buyers also get access to the Liberty Pack, which gives your co-op character the Liberty Body Armor and KPA Shock Trooper Helmet.

The regular edition of the game costs $59.99, but you can add an extra $100 to get the Goliath Edition, which comes with a bunch of physical stuff in addition to the preorder DLC. The Goliath Edition comes with a remote-controlled Goliath Drone, an exclusive steel book, a 32-page art book, and the Expansion Pass--more details on what will be available through the pass will be announced later.

You can check out all the stuff you get from each retailer below:

GameStop preorders get you a copy of Homefront: The Revolution and...
Guerilla Care Package
Five Resistance Crates that contain random weapon blueprints, attachments, equipment, and more.
Combat Stimulants
Enhances your "guerilla skills" with stat boosts
The Revolutionary Spirit Pack
The "Red Skull" motorcycle skin
Golden skin for your "trusty pistol"
Early co-op unlocks: Marksman rifle, sniper scope, remote explosives

Preordering at Best Buy will get you a copy of the game and...
Exclusive steel book
The Revolutionary Spirit Pack
The "Red Skull" motorcycle skin
Gold pistol skin
Early co-op unlocks: Marksman rifle, sniper scope, remote explosives

Amazon preorders come with bonuses like...
The Wing Skull Pack
The "Wing Skull" motorcycle skin
Silver pistol skin
The Revolutionary Spirit Pack
The "Red Skull" motorcycle skin
Golden skin for your "trusty pistol"
Early co-op unlocks: Marksman rifle, sniper scope, remote explosives

If you're in the UK, you can preorder at GAME and receive...
Guerilla Care Package
Five Resistance Crates that contain random weapon blueprints, attachments, equipment, and more.
Combat Stimulants
Enhances your "guerilla skills" with stat boosts
The Revolutionary Spirit Pack
The "Red Skull" motorcycle skin
Golden skin for your "trusty pistol"
Early co-op unlocks: Marksman rifle, sniper scope, remote explosives

Friday, 15 April 2016

Assassin's Creed Syndicate






Assassin's Creed Syndicate is a 2015 action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Quebec and published by Ubisoft. It was released on October 23, 2015, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on November 19, 2015, for Microsoft Windows. It is the ninth major installment in the Assassin's Creed series, and the successor to 2014's Assassin's Creed Unity.

The plot is set in a fictional history of real-world events and follows the centuries-old struggle between the Assassins, who fight for peace with liberty, and the Templars, who desire peace through order. The story is set in Victorian era London and follows twin assassins Jacob and Evie Frye as they navigate the corridors of organized crime, and take back the city from Templar control. Theopen world design lets players freely roam London.

The game is played from a third-person view and its world is navigated on foot or by carriage. The game introduces new traveling systems and refined combat and stealth mechanics. Players control the two lead protagonists—twins Jacob and Evie Frye—throughout the game's story, switching between them both during and outside of missions. Unlike its direct predecessors, Syndicate does not feature any multiplayer gameplay.

Assassin's Creed Syndicate received generally positive reviews. Critics praised the visuals and the likability of the major characters, especially the Frye twins and the antagonist, while criticizing the lackluster ending as well as the aging and repetitive gameplay and mission mechanics, yet saying that it was an improvement over Unity