F1 2015 is releasing next week, and it’s probably worth more fuss than last year’s instalment. It’s the first F1 game to hit the new generation of consoles, which means Codemasters is using a brand new engine to power it. It’s also the debut for the new Championship Season mode, which attempts to bring some of the drama of televised racing to the reputedly dry series.
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F1 2015 trailer flaunts shiny new engine
Piranha Bytes, the developer of the Gothic and Risen RPG games, has announced that its new project is an “Eclectic, Lavish, Exhilarating, Xenial open-world RPG” called Elex. “Elex is a handcrafted action role-playing experience from the award-winning creators of the Gothic series, set in a brand new post-apocalyptic science fantasy universe that puts players into a huge, seamless game world full of original characters, mutated creatures, deep moral choices and powerful action,” the press release states.
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Risen developer Piranha Bytes announces Elex, an open-world sci-fi RPG
The second best piece of mail I’ve received this month (the first being a desperately needed tax rebate from Uncle Sam), arrived in our office with no little fanfare today. By which I mean it literally arrived with a fanfare
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Next Hearthstone expansion to be announced on July 22
Tomorrow, July 4, is Independence Day in the US, when people across the country get together and set things on fire to celebrate Jaden Smith punching out a xenomorph.
The grim beauty of Company of Heroes is that it gives aspirant World War II strategists a bird’s eye view of battlefield and takes them down into the brutal detail of the foxhole. It’s a war sim experienced from above and below, where the general sees all his decisions—good and bad—played out in realtime. Relic’s original 2006 RTS game was a hit partly because of the delicate way it walked a line that felt satisfying and authentic
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