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Angels Fall First is a first person combined-arms sci-fi wargame. From commanding the battle standing on the bridge of your flagship all the way down to frantic infantry firefights - AFF brings together all the combat you ever wanted. Featuring tactical team-oriented gameplay and offering a wide selection of weapons, tools, vehicles and spacecraft, AFF focuses on objective-based scenarios with a high degree of replayability, playable both online and offline. ScreenShot00024.jpg ScreenShot00051.jpg ScreenShot00046.jpg Fully operational capital ships with playable interiors which can be destroyed or captured by boarding. Games encompass both fleet and infantry combat - work together to assault spacestations, shipyards and enemy. Huge variety of roles - dogfight in a space interceptor, command a ground assault from the tactical map, assume point to clear a building, hunt with a frigate wolfpack as a lineship captain. AFF is in development by a small independant team, in evenings and weekends. Steam-logo.png affu-smalltitle.png FB-f-Logo__blue_50.png twitter-bird-dark-bgs.png indiedb.png yt-brand-logo-standard-onecolor-againstblack.png presskit()...
Physics in Minecraft have always been limited. Other than sand, gravel, water, and lava, gravity largely has no effect on blocks, and never has. In some ways, this can be frustrating, and amusing in others (such as with floating structures). What would happen if all blocks respected basic physics and gravity? Animator ultek gives us a look right here! Enjoy. Continue reading...
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Without sounding too much like a street magician: think of a video game helicopter. Any video game helicopter. Don't tell me what it is for now, just keep it in your mind. If it didn't crash, then the chances are it was used to spoon-feed you a few plot points before the action started. These two noble activities - exploding and expounding - are pretty much the only reasons video game helicopters exist, as far as I'm aware. I made a video to explain this strange phenomenon, so click the video below for a load of downed helos and puffed-up storytelling. Any good video game choppers I missed off the list? Let me know in the comments. Read more… Continue reading...
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Lollipop Chainsaw and No More Heroes director Suda 51 is known for taking risks. His studio Grasshopper Manufacture has created some of the strangest games out there from the surreal puzzle adventure Flower, Sun and Rain to the bonkers horror shooter Killer 7, you know a Suda title is always going to be a unique prospect. The mad maestro's latest concoction, the "survival action" third-person combat game Let it Die, is one of his most daring offerings yet, though not due to the game's actual content. The bizarre third-person action affair contains all the usual surreal Suda touches - you start each life in your skivvies and eat live frogs to regain health - but its most audacious take is its payment structure: this is a free-to-play asymmetrical console title coming exclusively to PS4. That's a pretty daring notion in an age where "free-to-play" on console often has a stigma of shovelware or "pay-to-win", but Suda and co. are hoping to change that bias with what seems like a shockingly polished entry in the action genre. Read more… Continue reading...
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has now been officially revealed, following rumours that it would be set - at least partially - in space. The game's debut trailer was released this morning and teases a campaign that ventures even further into the realms of sci-fi than the likes of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare managed to, with the presumed protagonist Lt. Reyes at one point commandeering what can be best described as a space jet. It's not clear whether Infinite Warfare is linked to Infinity Ward's previous game under the Call of Duty banner, Ghosts. Read more… Continue reading...
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Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune's crowdfunded spiritual successor to the Blue Bomber, Mighty No. 9, will finally launch on 24th June in Europe. Those in North America and Asia will receive it three days earlier on 21st June. Mighty No. 9 has become somewhat notorious for its many delays. Originally targeting a September 2015 release date, it was pushed back to February, then delayed once again until "spring" 2016. Read more… Continue reading...
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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End will launch next week on 10th May and developer Naughty Dog has just outlined how its multiplayer will work. First off, all additional maps and modes will be free, Naughty Dog noted on the PlayStation Blog. Furthermore, all DLC items will be unlockable through gameplay with in-game currency. "This means that the Uncharted 4 multiplayer community won't be fragmented by different types of DLC, and that those who are loyal in participating in the community will be rewarded," lead game designer Robert Cogburn stated. Read more… Continue reading...
The official trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has finally been published for your viewing. The video showcases action players will be able to enjoy in the next instalment, with an added touch of the late David Bowie. This trailer also confirms the November 4 release date. Activision has already been pumping out teaser videos in the run up to the trailer launch in an attempt to engage with the community and send out the hype train. Continue reading...
Epic Games' co-founder Tim Sweeney has revealed that the developer sold off its Gears of War franchise for the Xbox 360 to its publisher Microsoft because it was getting too expensive for Epic to develop further games in the series. Continue reading...
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E3 is almost upon us, and the excitement is reaching fever pitch. For many, E3 is the crown jewel in the yearly video game calendar. Microsoft will unveil the latest and greatest Xbox One games and features, in their attempt to convince consumers that it is their box you should spend your hard earned cash on. The biggest publishers will reveal their latest efforts for our most beloved blockbuster franchises, and devs both large and small will vie for our attention with brand new properties. For now, I've collected some of our most anticipated E3 2016 announcements from Microsoft only, ahead of the main event on June 14th. Continue reading...