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[Article] Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition trailer

Added: 23.04.2017 21:54 | 5 views | 0 comments

Gameplanet Article (http://www.gameplanet.co.nz/videos/g58fd0efa471ba/)

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Action RPG The Surge Gets Combat Focused Trailer

Added: 23.04.2017 20:20 | 4 views | 0 comments



The Dark Souls-inspired action RPG, The Surge, just received a flashy new trailer that takes a deeper look at combat.
Set in a dystopian future, Earth's inhabitants struggle as the planet nears its final days. Those left alive in overpopulated cities must world relentlessly to find ways to survive.
In the trailer below, you see that you can attack both vertically and horizontally to target a foe's specific body parts and limbs. Upgrading your exo-suit by finding loot is also integral to your success.
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A previous trailer detailed how you can harvest enemies, which you can . The Surge, from developer Deck 13, releases May 16 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

From: www.gameinformer.com

Review: Salt and Sanctuary - PS Vita - I Play PS Vita

Added: 23.04.2017 17:52 | 1 views | 0 comments

I Play PS Vita writes: "Salt and Sanctuary is a great 2D Dark Souls meets Castlevania with Metroidvania elements clone which every PS Vita owner should own. Although the game is quite challenging, this is the salt that makes it worth to play."

From: n4g.com

Dark Souls 3: The Fire Fades Edition out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC

Added: 23.04.2017 2:46 | 4 views | 0 comments

Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition is out now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game serves as the complete and ultimate Dark Souls 3 experience.

From: n4g.com

Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition Our Curse trailer revealed | PS4, XB1

Added: 22.04.2017 17:44 | 2 views | 0 comments

Dark Souls III: The Fire Fades Edition Our Curse trailer revealed, available now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Includes Dark Souls III game and all Season Pass expansion content on one disc.

Dark Souls 3: The Fires Fades Edition is now available, completing the Dark Souls trilogy

Added: 22.04.2017 11:02 | 2 views | 0 comments


Bringing together the base game, along with the Ashes of Ariandel and the Ringed City DLC, Bandai Namco have finally released The Fires Fades Edition of Dark Souls 3. Acting as the definitive version of the grim fantasy RPG, The Fire Fades Edition finally brings the almost six year long Souls saga to a close.
For those looking for a life after Dark Souls, check out this list of . Dark Souls 3 The Fire Fades
To celebrate the launch of this complete Dark Souls 3 collection, Bandai Namco have cut together a trailer showing off all the best bits from both DLCs, as well as the original Dark Souls 3 questline. From fighting the Twin Princes, to squaring off with the Nameless King and even deciding the fate of the Fire, this trailer should rekindle a desire to return to Lothric.

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Why are games so fascinated with cannibalism?

Added: 22.04.2017 8:00 | 9 views | 0 comments


There's a long inglorious tradition of cannibalism in video games, from the many flesh-eaters of the Dark Souls series through the "strange meats" of Fallout to the gaping cosmic horror that is Kirby. In the last few years, though, developers seem to have really acquired a taste for it. Take this spring's The Wild Eight - a survival game distinguished by some neat firelight effects and the preposterous, yet strangely persuasive option to eat the corpse of your previous self, providing you can find your way back to it after you respawn.
In the course of six hours with the game I must have tracked down and gobbled myself up a dozen times over - filling my belly with my own, me-saturated remains in a sort of finger-licking, Ray Mears-authored parody of Inception. It's a fairly sound survival strategy, up to a point: meat is hard to come by in The Wild Eight till you've crafted the right kind of stabby object, so there's no sense letting stray chunks of it go to waste whatever or rather, whoever they were in life. And in any case, you'll probably want to reclaim your precious gear from the site of your demise - just watch you aren't eaten by something else en-route.
Cannibalism also has its advantages in Sunless Sea, Failbetter's delightfully horrid naval exploration game. A ship is quite capable of operating with just one crew member, providing you don't mind limping along, which makes the rest of your valiant band something of a disposable resource, rich in essential vitamins and fibre. When you're miles from port, the gods are out to get you and you've run out of ghost crab/vampire bat to munch on, that little headcount indicator along the navbar starts to look awfully tempting. There's a price to pay, in the form of the permanent character trait "Unaccountably Peckish", but it's more of a twist in the tale than a penalty, as your unholy taint unlocks certain unsavoury opportunities on shore.

From: www.eurogamer.net

Why are games so fascinated with cannibalism?

Added: 22.04.2017 8:00 | 2 views | 0 comments


There's a long inglorious tradition of cannibalism in video games, from the many flesh-eaters of the Dark Souls series through the "strange meats" of Fallout to the gaping cosmic horror that is Kirby. In the last few years, though, developers seem to have really acquired a taste for it. Take this spring's The Wild Eight - a survival game distinguished by some neat firelight effects and the preposterous, yet strangely persuasive option to eat the corpse of your previous self, providing you can find your way back to it after you respawn.
In the course of six hours with the game I must have tracked down and gobbled myself up a dozen times over - filling my belly with my own, me-saturated remains in a sort of finger-licking, Ray Mears-authored parody of Inception. It's a fairly sound survival strategy, up to a point: meat is hard to come by in The Wild Eight till you've crafted the right kind of stabby object, so there's no sense letting stray chunks of it go to waste whatever or rather, whoever they were in life. And in any case, you'll probably want to reclaim your precious gear from the site of your demise - just watch you aren't eaten by something else en-route.
Cannibalism also has its advantages in Sunless Sea, Failbetter's delightfully horrid naval exploration game. A ship is quite capable of operating with just one crew member, providing you don't mind limping along, which makes the rest of your valiant band something of a disposable resource, rich in essential vitamins and fibre. When you're miles from port, the gods are out to get you and you've run out of ghost crab/vampire bat to munch on, that little headcount indicator along the navbar starts to look awfully tempting. There's a price to pay, in the form of the permanent character trait "Unaccountably Peckish", but it's more of a twist in the tale than a penalty, as your unholy taint unlocks certain unsavoury opportunities on shore.

From: www.eurogamer.net

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