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  1. Another day, another leak. EA uploaded this to Origin by mistake. So (from this extremely scarce information) it looks like it's probably set in a city environment again, but this time he has a bow and arrows! I remember I quite enjoyed Crysis 2, but I find that I can actually recall very little about it apart from a vague memory of it ending on a flying island and thinking that the story went pretty stupid towards the end.
  2. Formerly known as True Crime: Hong Kong, before being axed by Activision, now due to be released by Square-Enix and the original developer, United Front Games of Canada. S-E seem to be putting the big money on this one, some lucky members of the press got bribed with free trips to Hong Kong recently
  3. I can't see a proper thread for this, which is criminal because it's ace. If there is a thread, I apologise. Go go thread-merge rangers. What is it? Guacamelee is a 2D Metroidvania by Drinkbox, who previously made "Tales From Space: About A Blob" and "Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack!". But what is it? It's a game where you run around a "Day of the dead" (think Grim Fandango) themed world as a brawny luchador wearing a mystical luchador mask, smashing the shit out of skeletons, engaging in platforming sections and chuckling at millions of videogame references dotted around the levels, whilst ogling the lovely colourful artstyle. The game is quest driven, with areas locked off by ability gates as you'd expect. You can level up your stats by collecting money from enemies, and you gain new abilities by visiting a goat-man... thing. It has cool music. What does it look like? Kind of like this: Uhh, is there a trailer or anything? I don't pay all this money for broadband just to look at stills. Yes, there is a trailer: Alright, what's wrong with it? Well, I'm only about 90 minutes in, but I can see the internet memes which keep popping up annoying some people. But they're normally pretty funny and "in-world", here's an example. What's this about videogame references? Guacamelee is stuffed with them. Spotting them all is a game in itself. Here are a couple of examples. Yeah, alright mate, does it play well? Yes. The gameplay is tight, fun and solid. Both the platforming and the brawling are polished and well designed. How much is it? If you have PS Plus, it's currently £7.99. Otherwise it's £9.99. How big is it? The Vita download is under 400mb. Not sure about the PS4 (edit: PS3 I mean, lol), but should be the same, it appears to be the same package you download for both. How does crossplay work? You get the PS3 and PSV version, whichever you initially buy. You can transfer your savegame between both at the touch of a button. Is there multiplayer? There's local co-op. It works a bit like NSMB. One person can play on the PS3 and the other on the PSV, if you want. What were the scores like? Gamer Limit - 10/10 PSN Stores - 5/5 PSNation - 9.5/10 IGN: 9.0/10 Destructoid - 9/10 Gamerhub.TV - 9/10 Pocketgamer - 9/10 The Sixth Axis: 9/10 Polygon - 9/10 FinancialPost - 9/10 pocketgamer - 9/10 Entertainment Weekly: A- N4G - 8.6/10 GamesRadar - 4.5/5 The Vita Lounge 8.5/10 Playstation Lifestyle - 8.5/10 The Globe and Mail (Canada) - 8/10 Eurogamer - 7 (pfft)
  4. Link Platinum Games, the studio founded by former Capcom developer Clover, has apparently struck a deal with SEGA to publish three games. Those games are: • Bayonetta, directed by DMC creator Hideki Kamiya, and is described by the site’s correspondent as a “stylish action game” with “a witch battling angels”. Apparently she has guns on her feet. • A science-fiction RPG for the DS called Infinite Line, where you play as a starship captain, customising your ship and crew. • A Wii game called MadWorld. ...it’s, “Black and white Sin City graphics, with red blood. Ultra ultra violent. Fatality moves like shoving a post through someone’s head. Chainsaw on your right arm.” Was a rumour but this trailer for MadWorld here: Here Edit: Trailer for Bayonette: here Looks official, is this a seprate company to 'Seeds' then, founded by other members? or Platinum Games what Seed grew into?
  5. By NetherRealm Studios Official Site Release Date: 2015 ABOUT IMAGES VIDEOS Rllmuk Tags Spreadsheet here.
  6. https://blog.2k.com/index.php/home/single/announcing-borderlands-the-pre-sequel The wait is finally over for a new game in the Borderlands universe! We're launching you to Pandora's moon for the first time inBorderlands: The Pre-Sequel, currently being co-developed by Gearbox Software and 2K Australia, and available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC later this fall. Set between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, you'll play as four new characters classes fighting alongside Handsome Jack, witnessing his transformation into the ruthless tyrant you loved to hate in Borderlands 2, and assisting with the rise of the Hyperion Corporation. The signature shoot 'n' loot gameplay of the Borderlands series expands with the addition of low-gravity and oxygen-powered jetpack combat, the icy 'Cryo' elemental damage type, the deadly laser weapon class, and new vehicles to help you explore the lunar landscape. Who will those four new playable character classes be, you ask? Well, they are all familiar faces from the Borderlands universe: - Athena, the Gladiator: Uses her Kinetic Aspis, which is a shield that can absorb incoming damage, then convert it back into energy to use against enemies. Athena made her debut in The Secret Armory of General Knoxx DLC for the first Borderlands game. - Wilhelm, the Enforcer: Wilhelm was previously seen in Borderlands 2 as one of the first deadly bosses in the game. - Nisha, the Lawbringer: The sheriff of Lynchwood from Borderlands 2, Nisha will be dealing out her own brand of justice, which we'll discuss further in the coming months. - Claptrap, the Fragtrap: Wait - Claptrap? The goofy robot companion from Borderlands 2, now playable for the first time? Fragtrap is his character class? Well, you can play him too! In the upcoming months, we'll introduce you to more moon environments, new enemies, vehicles, and…well, we have to save some surprises. For now, feast your eyes on the first images from Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, featuring low-gravity combat, cool new guns, and more gorgeous lunar vistas than you can shake a moon-boot at. Then be sure to watch the developer overview video below to get your first glimpse of the game in action. Eurogamer Preview: PC Gamer Preview:
  7. Seems to be Lego's take on Disney Infinity and Skylanders. The game leaked this morning, so WB just confirmed the thing. Polygon has the story: http://www.polygon.com/2015/4/9/8376101/lego-dimensions-release-date-back-to-the-future-wizard-of-oz http://www.lego.com/en-us/dimensions/ Trailer:
  8. Website is here http://www.wmdportal.com/ Rllmuk member/player availability document https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XcLg3YHYfntvmKp1AyypOzvNCVCmQ_adW-7H7QRZMMo/edit#gid=0 (with thanks to King A)
  9. The following are available for download from 3rd July: Absolver (PS4) Heavy Rain (PS4) Rayman HD (PS3) Extreme Exorcism (PS3) Space Overlords (PS Vita + PS4) Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma (PS Vita)
  10. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2018/03/28/your-playstation-plus-games-for-april-are-mad-max-and-trackmania-turbo/ 99 Vidas could be a lot of fun. Also I think that Trackmania is the one with the VR patch, so I may have a look at that...
  11. source I don't even... I mean I enjoyed the time I spent with the first game and while I was somewhat sad to see it go it wasn't completely surprising either. To see it come back now is rather bizarre yet kind of exciting as well. I'm not sure how much time I'll have for it, what with Warframe having filled that void now, but I'm interested in seeing if they can keep it afloat this time around. Sign up for the Closed Beta here.
  12. VG247 I've been out of the loop with AC games for a while now so I have no idea how this ties in and all that stuff. I always look forward to playing them, the main ones anyway, but never get around to for some reason. I still have Brotherhood to finish and I've got Revelations still in seal lol.
  13. I discovered this by watching a Matt Lees vid, it's neat! By the chap what made Ben There, Dan That. Youtube of Matt Lees' Let's Play: What is it? It's a platformer roguelike, in which you rob money from procedurally generated houses / warehouses etc over the course of a 100 day end-game time limit. Oh and it's steampunk London and has brilliant music. As you rob places, you'll find money laying about (relatively small amounts) and computers to hack (relatively large amounts). If your character dies, or you complete a heist by returning to base, a day passes. Enemies in the stage are lethal but low risk (it's not really Mark of the Ninja levels of stealth initially, but it doesn't really need it) When you are spotted, the police are alerted and reach the level within a (seemingly random) amount of time. The police have guns and can kill you instantly; but you still have a chance of getting back to your escape pod to keep the money you've nabbed. Hell, you can even continue robbing a level for a short while before things get dangerous. You decide when to leave a level; it's not always possible to reach every bit of cash when visiting a level, and you can land yourself in situations impossible to escape. You use the quids you steal (literal use of pounds as a game currency, btw ) to upgrade your thieves with better abilities and get more stealing options. Very basic examples of these are capability to hack doors, or unlocking new districts in the city to visit. The progression of difficulty is ace, as it seems to work both on the time passed (i.e. certain enemies appear once you've reached a number of days left) and on location (i.e. second area has new tech preventing easy entry to buildings). It's fucking sweet, basically. Lessons Learned I want to keep a journal of the lessons I learn while playing this, consider them 'noob tips' but you may not want to read this spoiler if you enjoy working this stuff out yourself: Reviews: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-07-27-the-swindle-review http://www.pcgamer.com/the-swindle-review/ http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/PS+Vita/The+Swindle/review.asp?c=66715 Steam Page: http://steamcommunity.com/app/369110 Out now, 10.19 on Steam until Aug 4th. PSN Store Page: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/the-swindle/cid=EP4395-CUSA02311_00-THESWINDLECROSSB PS3, PS4 and Vita too! And the same price! Xbone Verison out on Friday 31st.
  14. [Currently undergoing a rethink]
  15. I know there's a thread for Orange Box already but that's just the name for a compilation of games. I really think this games deserve its own thread. Maybe it should be in the Online/Steam folder though? Anyways, here goes.... I didn't get to play the original HL mod much but I managed to put a few hours into it on a couple of LANs. From what I could remember TF was a very promising CTF game and I was very curious about this sequel. Fast forward 10 years (!) and it's here, finally. I really didn't know what to expect from it as the pre-launch teasers made it look like a scripted adventure game or something but this is far from the truth, TF2 is a pure team vs team FPS. I got this yesterday but didn't get the chance to play it much until midnight. Little did I know that the game would suck me in as it did and before I knew it the time was 9am...so basically I sat for 9 hours straight playing an online shooter, this has NEVER happened to me before. What I truly love about it is that every class is really really fun to play, the pros and cons for each class are very obvious and logic which makes it very easy to swap to the correct class to turn the game in your teams favour. Everything feels solid and it's smooth as silk. All the characters are incredibly well animated and detailed and you're never in doubt who's who (class wise) as all classes are distinctly diffrent, this makes it easy to find who to support in a hectic battle. The 6 maps that come with the game are very well laid out. They are easy to navigate through, even for a beginner you'll have no problem finding the enemies documents to steal (TF2s equivalent to flags), the only problem might be getting there Characters automatically thank the medics when healed or cheer when they find some ammo, greet eachother on the battlefield or cry for fallen teammates. Everything is so detailed and charismatic that you really feel you're there, despite the cel shaded universe. This is no doubt the most fun I've had shooting mates since Doom 1 on LAN...a staggering 15 years ago. It's easy to pick up for 'noobs' yet there's enough depth to keep hardcore fraggers occupied. In my opinion this game is worth the price for Orange Box alone, I can't reccommend this enough.
  16. As always, the PS4 line-up is joined by four additional titles – two apiece for both PS3 and PS Vita – which leaves the final line-up looking like this: inFAMOUS: Second Son (PS4) Child of Light (PS4) RIGS: Mechanised Combat League (PS4 bonus title – PS VR required) That’s You (PS4 bonus title) Truck Racer (PS3) Handball 2016 (PS3) We Are Doomed (PS Vita & PS4) Hatoful Boyfriend (PS4 & PS Vita)
  17. Yet another HD port, but wait! Odin Sphere is one of the most gorgeous games ever made, and Atlus and Vanillaware are bringing it to PS3, PS4 and Vita in 2016! They're promising enhanced graphics, tweaks and new bosses. Looking at the official site, it seems an art book is also coming.
  18. Why has this been overlooked? I've been desperate for a Mashed/Micro Machines replacement for years, and with the new MM being so shit it inspired me to dig through the PSN archives. Wow! This is amazing. Really cool physics, super easy controls, great effects, weapons are fun and fair. There are three modes, race, king of the hill and then a micro machines style where you have to avoid dropping off the screen. That last mode is by far the best. And there are loads of clever little balancing features.. - you start each turn in reverse order - boosts are dropped behind the leader meaning you can grab them to catch up. It really is cracking, up to 8 cars on the track, 4 player local. Get it! £7.99 on PSN.
  19. Until Dawn – PS4 Game of Thrones: A Telltale Series – PS4 That’s You – PS4 (4th July onwards) Tokyo Jungle – PS3 Darkstalkers Resurrection – PS3 Don’t Die Mr Robot – PS Vita (cross-buy with PS4) Element4l – PS Vita https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2017/06/28/your-playstation-plus-games-for-july-are-until-dawn-thats-you-and-game-of-thrones/ UD is a nice inclusion - the gameplay always interested me and it sounds like it lends itself to replays...
  20. So we don't clog up the Vita thread, I think this amazing game needs a thread of its own for high score talk, table strategy, DLC talk etc. So here we go. Launch trailer P.S. Add me - Omizzay2 on the vita and Omizzay on PS3/XBL for some alright scores. (I briefly led on Theatre after being swiftly overtaken by jonnyalpha on the same day, and currently hold the top spot on Ripley's, though i don't expect it to last).
  21. April’s full line up: Drawn to Death (PS4) Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (PS4) 10 Second Ninja X (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Curses ‘n Chaos (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PS3) Alien Rage (PS3)
  22. PS+ March 2017 Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Trailers in spoiler links below Tearaway Unfolded (PS4) Disc Jam (PS4) Lumo (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4) Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (PS3) Earth Defense Force 2025 (PS3) Severed (PS Vita) Download Link https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/monthly-games/cid=STORE-MSF75508-PLUSINSTANTGAME?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=&utm_source=&utm_term=or-st-104706&utm_content=PS_Plus_March_2016&emcid=or-st-104706
  23. I'm a bit of a gaming ennui right now. I was canning the shit out of Titanfall 2 most nights online and in between that I'd be doing Driveclub challenges but I'm just a bit sick of them right now. I vowed that 2017 I'd not buy any games (even if they were going for buttons on PSN) and I'd make a dent in my pile of shame. So what should I go for next? Alien Isolation Assassins Creed: Syndicate Started this but it seemed very repetitive and killing folk had no consequence, previously I'd completed AC 2 and Brotherhood Bioshock The Collection Completed Bioshock on release on the xbox and completed Infinite on PS3 about a year ago. Started Bioshock PS4 and got as far as Peachy but can't say its holding me Destiny DLC Not touched House of Iron Dirt Rally Dishonoured HD Completed on 360 Everybody's gone to the rapture Gone Home Grow Home Hitman The Complete First Season Journey Madden NFL 2016 Rainbow Six Siege Red Dead Redemption (PS3) Rocket League Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Spec Ops: The Line (PS3) Splinter Cell: Blacklist (PS3) Completed on 360 but fancied it again and it was cheap Super Meat Boy The Last of Us DLC The Walking Dead SE2 Tropico 5
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