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Can You Review a Game Without Words?

Arthur Geis of Rebel FM and Eat-Sleep-Game has created a video review for Red Faction: Guerilla… without any voice or text whatsoever. Go ahead and give it a watch: No, the A-Team theme isn’t in the game. It’ just perfect for this video. In many ways, this is just a fan trailer [...]


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That gameplay demo footage you’ve heard of…

Can you say set pieces? This one snippet of footage has more tension than most games have in their entirety.

Naughty Dog? These guys are wizards.


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Splinter Cell finally captures my attention…

I’ve never been the biggest fan of the Splinter Cell games. They often seem too focused on being able to do nothing but hide in the shadows while sneaking forward at a snail’s pace. The latest gameplay demonstration of Conviction (after what looks like a complete scrapping of the original project) may have strayed a [...]


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New Uncharted 2 trailer

Apparently I’m a video blog these days, but I just can’t help myself.
I mean, look at this:

Unfuckingbelievable. Naughty Dog are gods.
There’s also a fantastic (if low-quality) extended gameplay clip from today’s Sony E3 conference at GameTrailers.


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Wipeout Fury DLC is massive

…for a Wipeout dork like myself, at any rate. This update actually contains more content than the original game did. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a downloadable content pack contain 110% of original size, that’s just unheard-of.
Obligatory techno:

Details:

8 new tracks (presumably reversible)
13 new ships
the old favourite Eliminator mode returns

There are also two new modes [...]


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Some thoughts on the Projects Natal and Milo

I have now ingested Microsoft’s E3 press conference, or at least the section dealing with their fabulous new sorta-3D camera, temporarily called Natal. This has been long rumoured and now the day is here; Microsoft trotted out no less a personage than Spielberg himself to tell us that controllers are the actual problem (look away, [...]


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