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Watch the First Trailer for Alone in the Dark: Illumination

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 02 November 2014 | 23.00

Atari has released the first trailer for Alone in the Dark: Illumination, the latest installment in the classic horror game series.

Alone in the Dark: Illumination is a four-player, cooperative third-person action-horror game, where "the power of illumination" plays an important role. Players can choose between four playable heroes, each armed with an individual set of special abilities and weapons. The Hunter comes with powerful firearms, the Witch has supernatural powers (like the lighting strike you can see her use in the trailer), the Priest has "divine abilities" like Holy Light, and the Engineer has mechanical items like the Tesla Wall.

Alone in the Dark is being developed by a new studio called Pure FPS, whose members worked on games like Dead Island 2, Bioshock Infinite, and Battlefield 2.

The game will release during holiday 2014, though Atari doesn't have an exact release date yet. Its "Eldritch Edition," which includes a limited edition character and weapon skin and early access to the beta, is now also available to preorder from Steam for $30.

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Watch The Making of Space Sim Elite: Dangerous

Frontier Developments, the studio behind Elite: Dangerous, has released a short video about the making of the space sim and its roots in the original Elite released in 1984.

Frontier Developments CEO David Braben explains that one of the biggest challenges in developing the game was getting the feel of the combat right. "It isn't the sort of thing where by having a bigger ship you're immediately going to win. It's all in the details, the turn rates, how heavy should feel, how light," Braben said.

Game Designer Dan Davies added that part of the challenge was building great combat that takes place in an empty space. "Other games can use the environment and gravity to create the gameplay limitations that they need, whereas we had to use the flight model and the ships to essentially create those gameplay limitations," Davies said.

Elite: Dangerous recently rolled out the third stage of its Beta test to players, unlocking even more of the Milky Way for them to explore and introducing a tons of new features like the ability to own multiple ships and mining.

You can jump into the Beta 3 right now by buying the game for $75 through Frontier's online store. The game is scheduled to launch by the end of the year, though Frontier Developments still hasn't settled on an exact date.

For more on the game, check out our previous coverage.

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Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel DLC Makes Handsome Jack a Playable Character

The first piece of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, the Handsome Jack Doppelganger Pack, will add Handsome Jack, the villain from Borderlands 2, as a playable character, Gearbox and 2K Australia have announced.

Technically, you're not playing as Handsome Jack himself, but his body double. As "Jack," you'll be able to summon multiple "Digi-Jacks" that will fight for you, and they can get special abilities depending on how you upgrade you skill tree. "Jack" can also shoot enemies with wrist lasers, get buffs every time he picks up money, and get special upgrades for using guns made by specific manufacturers.

Gearbox and 2K Australia say they've been working on DLC for the game since they completed the main game. The other three pieces of DLC included in the Season Pass are still in development, but the plan is to add another playable character, raise the level cap, and add a new campaign.

You can buy the DLC packs separately at $10 a piece, or get the Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Season Pass, which will get you all the DLC as it's released for $30 total.

The Handsome Jack Doppelganger Pack is coming to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on November 11.

For more on the game, check out GameSpot's review and previous coverage.

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Get Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at Midnight Eastern Regardless of Where You Live

If you're trying to get your hands on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare as soon as possible, Best Buy and GameStop will sell you a copy of the game tonight at midnight Eastern Time, no matter where you live in the United States.

Best Buy will have more than 800 stores open for the midnight launch (go here to find out if there's one near you), and you'll be able to buy a copy of the game for either platform whether you pre-ordered the Day Zero Edition or not.

At GameStop, you can buy the Xbox One or PlayStation 4 digital copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare or the Digital Pro Edition, pre-download the game, and begin playing at 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time on Monday, November 3. As with Best Buy, GameStop stores will also sell physical copies of the game starting at midnight Eastern Time, regardless of where you live in the United States.

For more on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, checkout our story about everything you need to know about the game before launch.

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Sunset Overdrive, Lords of the Fallen, WWE 2K15, NBA Live 15 - New Releases

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 26 Oktober 2014 | 23.00

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Star Citizen Devs Describe FPS Module, and It Sounds Amazing

The development team that's working on space sim Star Citizen's first-person shooter module did a Reddit Ask Me Anything yesterday where they shared many details about the game.

The team is made up of around 30 people. They're aiming to release the FPS module early next year, and then continue updating it. Its mechanics will be integrated into the game's persistent universe, but like Star Citizen's Arena Commander, you'll also be able to play separate, multiplayer matches in team deathmatch, seek and destroy, capture and hold, and other modes.

The integration of the FPS gameplay with the persistent universe is the most interesting part. Take for example the following description from the team on how you might be able to use it to your advantage:

"I'm a stealthy, solo player. I find a wrecked ship, I know scavengers will be around soon. I find a crate and put myself in it. I let the scavengers take the crate and put me in their ship. When I'm on their ship, some time later, I get out of the crate. Very quietly, I rummage around and find some goodies I like. I steal those... now i can either - A) Jump out the airlock and call a ride or B) go to their engine room and self destruct their ship or C) quietly hunt and execute the entire staff and take their ship.... or Z) they could have scanned the crate properly before loading it, blasted it with their ship and me with it...."

Some other interesting tidbits that came out of the AMA:

  • The team says the FPS gameplay is inspired by "a mixture of Counter-Strike, Rainbow Six, Arma, Delta Force, and Killzone."
  • If an airlock on a ship is breached, items and characters will get sucked out into space.
  • There will be a cover system that allows you to lean, peek, crouch and move in cover. There will be some destruction but it's not a key component (as most of the environments are solid metal).
  • You can damage specific limbs, and this will impact gameplay. The plan is to let players choose the dominant hand for their characters. If that hand is damaged, they won't be able to shoot or throw grenades as well. In the persistent universe, a limb can be "ruined" to the point that you'll have to replace it with an artificial one.

The crowdfunding campaign for Star Citizen is now closing in on $59 million.

For more on the game and Roberts himself, check out part one and part two of GameSpot's interview with the legendary designer.

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Get Dark Souls 2 for $20 and More Great PC Games Deals

If you haven't bought Dark Souls II for PC yet, now's a good time. The official Bandai Namco store is currently offering a Steam key version of the game for $19.47, the cheapest price point we've seen yet.

Green Man Gaming is also holding a halloween-themed Trick or Treat sale where you have the chance of getting an additional free game with every purchase, or a measly 1 percent coupon. Some highlights from that sale include Dead Rising 3 AE for $37.49, Darksiders II for $4.49, State of Decay and Breakdown DLC for $9.17, and Batman: Arkham Origins for $5. If you spend more than $10, you can get an additional 20 percent discount by using the following code at checkout:

SPOOKY-TREATS-GMG20X

Unrelated to the Trick or Treat sale, Green Man Gaming also already has a discount on Civilization: Beyond Earth for $37.39, though you have to be registered to the site in order to see it.

What games are you going to pick up? Let us know in the comments below.

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Duke Nukem Developer Is Back With a 32 Games Anthology Pack

3D Realms, the developer behind Duke Nukem, Shadow Warrior, and Blood, is back, and it's celebrating its return with a 32 games anthology pack.

The developer shut its doors in 2009, but was acquired earlier this year by Danish investment firm SDN, part-owner and principal investor of game studio Interceptor Entertainment, which developed the Rise of the Triad reboot.

In February, Interceptor Entertainment's and 3D Realms' logo appeared on a teaser website for Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction, a top-down action role-playing game for PC and PlayStation, but it was taken down after Gearbox, which owns the rights to the Duke Nukem IP, filed suit.

Now that it's back, 3D Realms says that its first order of business is to launch this 3D Realms Anthology, which you can buy from its website for $40 (though their store seems to be down at the moment). These are the games included in the pack:

  • Arctic Adventure
  • Bio Menace
  • Blake Stone: Aliens of Gold
  • Commander Keen: Goodbye Galaxy
  • Commander Keen: Invasion of the Vorticons
  • Math Rescue
  • Monster Bash
  • Mystic Towers
  • Paganitzu
  • Monuments of Mars
  • Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure
  • Crystal Caves
  • Death Rally
  • Alien Carnage
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Major Stryker
  • Blake Stone: Planet Strike
  • Realms of Chaos
  • Pharaoh's Tomb
  • Word Rescue
  • Secret Agent
  • Raptor: Call of the Shadows
  • Terminal Velocity
  • Wacky Wheels
  • Stargunner
  • Shadow Warrior
  • Wolfenstein 3D
  • Rise of the Triad: Dark War
  • Duke Nukem
  • Duke Nukem 2
  • Duke Nukem 3D
  • Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project
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Bayonetta 2, Civ: Beyond Earth, Legend of Korra, Just Dance 2015- New Releases

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 19 Oktober 2014 | 23.01

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Peter Molyneux's Godus Gets First Major Expansion

Publisher DeNA and Peter Molyneux's studio 22 Cans released the first major expansion to its god game Godus.

The expansion gives players a whole new land to explore: Weyworld. To get there, players must build a massive Ark, which 22 Cans said will take a "considerable amount of time and resources to complete." It will carry 500 Followers, along with 500 Ore and 700 Wheat. It's also a one-way trip for your Followers, but you'll still be able to return to Homeworld at any time via the Lighthouse.

Weyworld has a distinct, desert-themed visual style, and introduces a number of unique features like new types of terrain, rival tribes, and a new Timeline with new cards and stickers to unlock. Some new godly abilities you'll earn in Weyworld will let you blast layers of granite apart with a comet, summon storms, and stronger meteor strikes.

The update also comes with a bunch of new features and improvements for both the mobile and PC versions of the game, which you can read about in detail on Godus' official website. The PC version of Godus was released last year on Steam as an Early Access game. You can buy it today for $20. The game is free on the iTunes App Store, and 22 Cans said it will be coming soon to Google Play for Android devices.

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