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There’s been a bit of buzz about Metropolis Software’s latest project in development, They. The first-person shooter places you in the heart of London in the near future and pits you against an army of invading robots. They’s canned premise sounds painfully generic at first, but the title has some interesting twists in store for those looking for a good reason to pick up a gun and fight.
Right off the bat, They breaks
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By now you’ve read about thenvisioned by This is Vegas’ developers: open world on the bottom, Vegas style in the middle, and partying at the top. At Midway’s Gamers Day, we got a full serving of partying with a dash of Vegas style, but no open world play (ie, driving and shooting) was forthcoming. Our demo began with a look at the party scene, which takes place in a dance club environment filled with interlinking mini-games.
With the C2E2 pop culture convention making its second annual appearance in Chicago this past weekend – and Marvel owning the largest booth space on the show floor – Sega seized the opportunity to give attendees their first shot at Thor: God of Thunder, the tie-in to the forthcoming big-budget film. Sega's recent track record with Marvel licenses isn't exactly pristine (Iron Man and Iron Man 2, anyone?), but as with the film itself, we're certainly willing to give Thor a fair shot before drawing any serious conclusions. But we’ve got to be honest: Based on what we played, it's tough to stay optimistic about this action-oriented adaptation...
Forget global warming - the greatest threat to planet Earth and the survival of mankind is a green radioactive extraterrestrial crystal that is spreading like a cancer across the entire surface of the globe. Or maybe Deal or No Deal.
“Tiberium is the catalyst for everything, it’s our One Ring, our Matrix, our Force, and that’s why it’s the name,” says executive producer Christopher Plummer.
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