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We've got two exclusive videos of Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures to show you. They come from a demonstration of the PC game, hence the guy speaking enthusiastically into the microphone. With some swearing, which is why there's an age gate on the video. Well, that and the bra-less succubus
Audiosurf, the game that turns any mp3 track into a loop-the-loop riddled, high-speed course, has just received a host of new features.
FM Update is free and available via Steam, and has been put together by Audiosurf creator Dylan Fitterer.
Among stuff included is last .fm audioscrobbling (we have no idea what that is), the ability to run Audiosurf as a music visualiser and scoreboard comments.
Plus, Valve explains, "this
Fancy playing Age of Conan a couple of weeks before its release? Well, as luck would have it, we've got 500 beta keys up for grabs, courtesy of Eidos
Funcom's taken the time out to create a little tutorial video focussing on combat and magic use in Age of Conan.
You will have read about the game's real-time combat countless times in countless previews, but here you can finally watch it - and that magic use - while having it all explained to you in this walkthrough movie voiced by a very well-spoken gentleman. He says "self-buff" like he really means it.
Just to prevent any potential collapsing in shock upon discovering subscription costs for Age of Conan on launch day, Funcom's revealed the full pricing structure for the MMO three weeks before release.
In the UK it's £10.34 per month - which is £8.99 plus VAT - £28.95 for three months or £53.06 for a six-month block. So obviously it works out cheaper if you pay for the subscription in three- or six-month blocks
The first details on the new Gothic game have been revealed in a German PC mag, picked up and raped for info by the internet.
The fourth game, Gothic 4: Arcania, has a plot set 10 years after the third game and takes place on various southern islands, each having different climate zones and type of environment (a bit like Mario 64, then?)
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Thank you, Atari, for not disappointing us and including a flaming chair AGAIN in your Alone in the Dark tech demo videos.
This new trailer, the third in an on-going series focusing on the technology created for the survival horror game, focuses on fire.
"Fire has been developed to be part of the core gameplay, creating a pyromaniac's paradise," the game producer doing the voiceover explains.
She adds in relation to
A release window for a demo of the Xbox 360 version of Atari's survival horror game Alone in the Dark has been given as "around launch" of the full game, which hits on June 20.
According to the Atari forums there's no confirmation yet on the demo coming to other platforms.
Alone in the Dark's received plenty of press over the last few months. But that's no bad thing as the game is promising to deliver an experience that survival
Knowing Assassin's Creed would be coming out on the PC, I made a conscious effort to avoid the console versions for the past several months so that I could have an unspoiled experience on my platform of choice. I'm finally having that experience, and it was worth it, but one thing has been bothering me: it's impossible to stop playing. And not in the "Just five more minutes" way that Sins of a Solar Empire is impossible
Long-missing Alan Wake looks like it might finally resurface into the public eye, after what feels like an eternity of silence on the 360 and PC "psychological action thriller."
Following another rumour debunk that the game would be out this September, a Remedy spokesperson on the official Alan Wake forums said: "Patience. The media 'blackout' won't continue for too much longer."
Fingers crossed we'll be seeing Alan and his torch
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