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Guild Wars 2′s April Feature Pack represents an important soft overhaul for long-term players

Scarlet is dead, Mordremoth—the Elder forest dragon—has awoken, and Lions Arch lies in ruins. More significantly, Guild Wars 22s player-base have completed an over year-long series of regular content releases, building to some of the most engaging and coordinated map-wide battles yet seen in the game. So whats next

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The Elder Scrolls Online review

Every modern Elder Scrolls game has had a moment near the beginning where you step out into a new landscape and think Ive never been somewhere like this before . In Morrowind it hit as you left Seyda Neen and realised that the road ahead went in two directions, and that you could follow either of them, and that each direction would take you on an entirely different journey through the world. In Oblivion it occurred when you escaped out onto the edge of Lake Rumare and saw the hills rise ahead of you along the road to Bruma.

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Saturday Crapshoot: The Journeyman Project

Every week, Richard Cobbett rolls the dice to bring you an obscure slice of gaming history, from lost gems to weapons grade atrocities. This week, they say the next big thing is here, that the revolutions near, but to me it seems quite clear, thats its all just a little bit of histo(is deleted by temporal wave) Theres something endearing about the way that The Journeyman Project managed to both hang on as both a cult classic and an adventure, and GOGs recent re-release of Pegasus Prime doesnt hurt. Whats Pegasus Prime

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Last Life is a sci-fi noir adventure ‘presented by’ Double Fine

If only second chances came this easy. Last Life , a new Kickstarter project from developer Sam Farmer and Rocket Science Amusements, puts players into the soft shoes of a private investigator who only has a few hours to solve one last case—his own murder.

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Last Life is a sci-fi noir adventure ‘presented by’ Double Fine

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