First Glimpse: Torment: Tides of Numenera
With a 2.5D isometric viewpoint, Monte Cook’s Numenera ruleset meticulously adapted, and names like Brian Fargo (producer), Colin McComb (writer) and Mark Morgan (composer) attached to the project, there’s a lot to get excited about. And earlier today, inXile released 3 minutes of glorious pre-alpha footage.
Wait a Minute, is Destiny Just an Inferior Version of Diablo III?
Diablo III: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition, which certainly loses the name war to the succinct Destiny, gives players the opportunity to play as a team throughout the campaign. What’s more, unlike Destiny, it doesn’t punish players who prefer to play by themselves. Add the fact that the friend-based loot-gifting system, which allows players to send and receive pieces of legendary armor scattered about the various dungeons, is unlike anything in Destiny, and it could be argued that Diablo III is just as solid of a multiplayer title as Bungie’s latest shooter.
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Capcom Sale Lists 21 Titles on PSN
The prices are pretty fair considering many have great ratings, there are some that weren’t too good but maybe the price tags will convince you otherwise. You can pick up Okami HD, Resident Evil: Revelations, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen and more.
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Review: Uriel’s Chasm
So, Uriel’s Chasm is meant to be a 90s piece of religious shovelware. Its contemporaries, then, are the likes of Super Noah’s Ark 3D and Bible Adventures. Just like these titles, gameplay is effectively a confusing mishmash of genres and laden with biblical references. The first section is a top-down shooter which obviously makes perfect sense. You pilot Sister Tabitha’s spaceship and shoot at asteroids in order to collect faith, ammo, or fuel. While flying the skies, a gigantic creepy maw slowly trails after you with pulsating music playing throughout. It’s all very weird, but that’s just the start.
Final Fantasy IV Released on Steam
This version features fully voice-acted cutscenes and an in-game jukebox so you can listen to the soundtrack whenever you want. With a $16 price tag, it’s a little on the pricey side, but is on par with the iOS version’s pricing.