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Skyrim mod Skywind recreates Morrowind, will include revamped crafting and voice acting

Skywind , the pleasing portmanteau of Skyrim and Morrowind , continues to look really, really good. Remaking Morrowind in Skyrim’s engine is a mammoth task, and a new development video breaks down the many ways that a legion of volunteer modders, voice actors, and artists are bringing the Elder Scrolls classic into the modern age. It’s a lengthy video, but here are some highlights.

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Skyrim mod Skywind recreates Morrowind, will include revamped crafting and voice acting

Hack computer systems with sound waves in indie platformer Orbit

At first glance, Orbit doesn’t seem to have a hook. The game, made by a three-person team based out of Cambridge, England, features a boiled-down pixel aesthetic and squat, jumping character

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Hack computer systems with sound waves in indie platformer Orbit

Hawken on Steam: examining the state of the game after two years of new mechs and balance changes

Ever since its open beta began in December 2012, Hawkens basics have been easy to pick up. Big, stompy robots shoot and scoot with agile dodges. The modes are a slice from the same shooter pie everyones familiar with, and its a snap to load up and jump into a team deathmatch in less than a minute

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Hawken on Steam: examining the state of the game after two years of new mechs and balance changes

Former VR Jam winner Darknet to launch with Oculus Rift

In September 2013, E McNeill won the Open Call Grand Prize at the Oculus Rift VR Jam with Ciess, a hacking game that evokes Johnny Mnemonic with its virtual reality-based vision of the internet.

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Former VR Jam winner Darknet to launch with Oculus Rift

Spelunky review

I should have been more careful. Having reached the end of one of Spelunky’s procedurally generated levels, I turned my back on the exit, and decided to bomb my way inside a snake pit instead. Snake pits are one of the game’s most exciting random elements, as they’re level-deep and filled with, yes, snakes, but also precious jewels, mysterious crates and, buried in the rock at the bottom, a mattock

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Spelunky review

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