ArmA 3 is a challenging game to learn, especially so when it comes to piloting choppers.
You couldn’t move for real-time strategy games back in the day, but (Starcraft 2 aside) the genre seems to have fallen by the wayside of late, and it’s not entirely clear why. Planetary Annihilation and Meridian: New World are two of the biggest names in what could be a space sim-style renaissance – just as soon as both games are released, naturally. While the former requires a £30 Early Access fee to sample its gigantic galactic tactical action, the relatively humble Meridian now has a demo, in addition to its slightly cheaper Early Access tithe.
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Meridian: New World demo offers a slice of traditional RTS action
What are you up to on July 15th? It’s a Tuesday, so you’re probably going to be either at work or at school for some of it, but EA are rather hoping you’ll dedicate part to installing and playing Battlefield 4′s new Dragon’s Teeth DLC. That’s according to a tweet (quickly deleted) by EA’s Origin account, which revealed (then quickly unrevealed) that Dragon’s Teeth will be out for Premium subscribers on that particular date.
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Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth releases for Premium July 15th, according to Origin tweet
The Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag “Time Saver” packs aren’t expensive—$1 for the Collectibles Pack and $2 for the Resources Pack —but it’s the principle of the thing that’s so outrageous, at least among those who remember that cheat codes used to be free. Yet according to Ubisoft Vice President of Digital Publishing Chris Early, there was no outrage. “There was no resistance,” he told GamesIndustry
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Ubisoft VP Chris Early says resistance to DLC is in decline
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