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It’s almost a year since the first footage of Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine escaped Relic’s offices, but what a difference twelve months can make. Originally pitched as a melée-heavy Gears of War with a speed boost (ranged weapons subdue enemies but you need to get close and trigger one of the ‘cinemaction executions’ to finish ‘em off) it’s now an action RPG with hand-to-hand combat.
Plenty of haters lately have railed against Warhammer 40K: Space Marine, saying that it just looks like a mash-up of Gears of War and Dynasty Warriors set within the 40K universe. To this we’d like to say: What on Earth is the matter with you that you can’t appreciate a game that’s a mash-up of Gears of War and Dynasty Warriors set within the 40K universe?...
Screw futuristic alien armies and lame realistic combat skirmishes. Warhammer: Battle March brings real time strategy back to where it all began: fantasy. Slamming into your Xbox 360 this fall, Battle March enables you to jump straight into beating the crap out of opposing armies, without having to wade through boring resource management. We had a chance to check out an unfinished build of Battle March and came away impressed at what was
Nestled in the corner behind a big, crowded box of Battlefield 3, EA and Trapdoor are quietly giving 2011 PAX East attendees the first look and demo of their "sci-fi stealth action" game, Warp, which was announced late last year. The ants crawling in lines around the BF3 demonstration may not have noticed, but the downloadable title's brief playable demo is an adorably gory challenge, and it's definitely worth a look. I was genuinely disappointed when it was over...
In case you were worried EA’s lost its taste for publishing oddball titles, five minutes spent with Warp should reassure you. Top-down and sitting somewhere at the intersection of Metal Gear and ‘Splosion Man, Warp is a stealth-puzzle game that follows the adventures of an adorably rotund little alien named Zero, who can teleport through (and sometimes into) walls and other solid objects. And also into people, who he can then make explode into flying bloody chunks as those around him scream profanities and try to escape..
Stealth, puzzles and teleportation. Ghost aliens, time-space continuum shifts and exploding cannonball corpses. What can all these things possibly have in common? And what parts remind us of Portal in addition to series like Metal Gear Solid and Splosion Man? Find out in our video preview of Warp, a deceptively clever and surprisingly gory new downloadable title...
Watch Dogs made a huge splash during Ubisoft’s E3 media briefing. We got a look at a few extras from the demo that Ubi hasn’t showed the public yet. We thought we couldn’t be more impressed by the unveiling. We were wrong…
We take an extended look at Ubisoft's upcoming open-world adventure. Get all the details right here...
There’s one thing authors must have realized by now – nothing they write is ‘unfilmable’. Take William Burroughs’ Naked Lunch; a novel without a plot, banned for its obscene caricatures, provocative language and vivid references to drug addiction and paranoia. Unfilmable, they said, until the movie some 32 years later.
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