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DuPz0r

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GDC 2015

09 March 2015 - 05:46 AM

See anything interesting this year at the Game Dev Conference, post it up.

One game has caught my eye, but it looks like it is a Project Morpheus only title. Developed by the same team that brought you the Getaway series, the new game called 'London Heist' brings you to the city to steal, obviously.

The idea is cool, lets hope the VR headset had the right fidelity to make it an enjoyable experience...

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So yeah, any cool finds, post them here!

The Order 1886

21 February 2015 - 05:42 PM

I'm kind of enjoying the shit out of this game right now.

It's set in Victorian London but with a splash steampunk gadgets and inhuman foes (as well as human). A sci-fi historical re-write, if you will.

The game is well polished with great third person controls and awesome graphics.

Here's a couple of in-game screens i snapped whilst playing today.

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It feels like a combination of AC, and Sherlock detective work (a bit like L.A. Noire). The story plays in chapters through a wide selection of Victorian London locations including the old Victorian tube, Mayfair, Piccadily and more.

I've not played a huge amount but it definitely feels nee and interesting.

My only negative thoughts is the interactive cutscenes where you have to mash a certain button can get old quickly, but it does get you up close and personal with an enemy, which you wouldn't normally get in most cases in a gun battle. But don't let that deter you from trying this game if you're interested in it.

iGTA Event Night PS4

08 November 2014 - 10:04 AM

I'll be working a different shift from the end of November, so the original iGTA night will be a bit of a difficult time to play, unfortunately.

My optimum days would personally be Saturday and Tuesday evenings.

Silent Hill (PT)

03 September 2014 - 07:07 PM

Some of you may have already played it... Some of you may/not have heard about it...

At GamesCom this year, Konami Announced and released an interactive, or as they put it "Playable Teaser" on PS4, which became downloadable on PSN that day. This teaser turned out to be a new Silent Hill game, which you find out if you manage to complete it. The guy in the trailer i assume is the protagonist turns out to resemble Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) from the Walking Dead TV series.

Another tid bit to note, is the fact the Hideo Kojima is co-producing it with Guillermo del Toro. Here's the trailer from the end of the demo:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay_RAkE7bUY

I'm probably not the only person that thought this, but i have a hunch about this game.

First of all, Silent Hill has always been a third person game (apart from sections of The Room), until this teaser... I know that first person games are clearly the most immersive kind, so it would make sense in a Silent Hill environment, it's scarier, i get it. So why now, and why on PS4? The Project Morpheus (PS4 VR headset) was announced earlier this year, and Silent Hill would be the perfect launch title, to get people buying the new technology. Imagine walking around dark corridors and foggy towns with creepy sounds around, and a 360degree (or close to that) view of your surroundings... It's certainly an impressive idea. Not only that, but using your mic to communicate within the VR environment, whether that's screaming at mutilated and contorted, animate creatures or used to lure poltergeists out of your direction of travel, it's something that surely makes VR even more immersive.

I'm certain this will be a VR supported game, if not, they'd be stupid not to.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3vPX440pl0

Might as well use this as a Silent Hill thread, new and old. Discuss.

What are you listening to... (GTA edition)

10 August 2014 - 11:19 AM

Simple rules.

Having a flashback? Want some nostalgia? Post a song from any GTA that you're currently listening to.

I'll go first.

These two are probably my defining songs for Vice City (They all are, I know)