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Homeworld Remastered Collection Ready For Lift-Off On February 25th

Written by Stuart Thomas on 26 January 2015 at 12:19

In the pantheon of real-time strategy games set within the depths of space, the original Homeworld and its sequel still lord it over all and sundry. Strategy games in 3D space have always been a bit of quandary, but Relic Entertainment made it look easy with Homeworld, delivering an epic sci-fi plot within awe-inspiring intergalactic environments.

That was back in 1999 though and things have changed. Homeworld is no longer the fresh-faced beauty it once was, but it will be again soon with the Homeworld Remastered Collection from Borderlands developer Gearbox. Collecting the original Homeworld and Homeworld 2, the Homeworld Remastered Collection is coming to PC next month, and we’ve got the official trailer for you to gawp over. [More]

Forget The Graphical Downgrade, These Latest Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Screens Look Jawdropping

Written by Neil Soutter on 26 January 2015 at 10:15

Rumours might have been rife a few months back that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt had received a Watch Dogs-esque graphical downgrade, but if these latest screenshots are anything to go by then we are in for a visual treat. 

CD Projekt RED's sprawling RPG looks beyond incredible at the moment, with these latest screens showcasing Geralt going to toe to talon with a gigantic Griffin, as well as exploring some of the dense townscapes set to litter this vast world. It doesn't look like Geralt's too popular a chap wherever he goes though, particularly for someone who's kind enough to be a monster-hunter. [More]

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Up For Debate - Favourite PC Gaming Controller

Written by Joffy S on 25 January 2015 at 16:00

Up until about a year ago the issue of which controller to use was a one-stop shop - the Xbox 360 controller. We spent decades making use of assorted third-party tat for years, and then Microsoft delivered one of the ultimate PC gaming controllers in the form of the Xbox 360 gamepad. Finally we had a universal gamepad that was being accepted in games across the board, with appropriate on-screen button prompts.

The PlayStation 3 controller was also made compatible with PCs in a roundabout way, but the support was never there for it on a large scale. Fast forward a few years to now though, and we’ve got even more choice when it comes to which PC gamepad to use. Microsoft updated its classic controller and brought us the PC-compatible Xbox One gamepad, while Sony pulled a surprise out of the bag with the DualShock 4, completely annihilating its predecessor in pretty much every respect. [More]

inXile Entertainment Announce First Bards Tale Sequel In 27 Years - The Bards Tale 4

Written by Joffy S on 25 January 2015 at 14:34

Wasteland 2 developer inXile Entertainment has confirmed it is working on The Bard’s Tale 4. inXile CEO confirmed Brian Fargo revealed the news during a panel at PAX South, finally taking the wraps off the fan-favourite series the studio has been teasing for months.

A little while back Wasteland 2 project lead Chris Keenan got the rumour mill running at full tilt when he said that the team was busy at work on “another RPG that has been passionately demanded of us for a while now.” [More]

Amazon Listing Reveals Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered

Written by Stuart Thomas on 25 January 2015 at 13:15

Quantic Dreams' cult-classic adventure title Indigo Prophecy looks set for a return this week in a remastered form if a newly cropped up Amazon listing is anything to go by. The listing arrives just days after a teaser site appeared at, indicating more was to come from the series in just a matter of days.

Indigo Prophecy, or Fahrenheit as it’s known outside North America, is an adventure game from Quantic Dream, the same team that brought us Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. It was one of the first titles to popularise 3D cinematic adventures and featured branching dialogue with multiple endings, and it looks like we’re going to be getting the most definitive version yet later this week. [More]

ArenaNet Announce Guild Wars 2: Hearts Of Thorns Announced

Written by Joffy S on 25 January 2015 at 11:30

ArenaNet has announced Guild Wars 2’s first ever expansion pack, Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns, which will give players of the MMORPG an all-new area to explore - Maguuma Jungle. Continuing on from the events of the Living Story, players must embark on an epic quest line to destroy the dragon Mordremoth.

Heart of Thorns includes new zones to traverse, additional skill and class combinations, and more NPC races. Players will e able to master new training opportunities beyond level 80, and will even be able to attempt abilities like jungle hang gliding, or tearing bark off of armoured enemies. [More]

Cyberpunk 2077 Still In The Works But The Priority Now Is The Witcher 3 Confirms CDPR

Written by Neil Soutter on 25 January 2015 at 09:00

It’s been eerily quiet on Cyberpunk 2077 front as  developer CD Projekt RED’s been busy going full steam ahead with The Witcher 3. Since its announcement back in 2012 we’ve seen precious little of Cyberpunk 2077 save for some concept art, with no gameplay footage to speak of whatsoever, but the Polish outfit has confirmed that work on the sci-fi RPG is still ongoing.

"The first rule of Cyberpunk 2077 is that we don't talk about Cyberpunk 2077," said CD Projekt RED’s head of marketing and public relations, Michał Platkow - Gilewski, in an interview. [More]

Game Debate Exclusive - Chainsaw Warrior: Lords Of The Night Interview

Written by Joffy S on 24 January 2015 at 16:00

When the original Chainsaw Warrior arrived back in October 2013 it was the embodiment of what makes Games Workshop titles so great. The timeless board game updated for PC and mobile play was equal parts nail-bitingly tense, resolutely old-school, and tremendously punishing.

Those seeking a challenge could do no wrong than stepping into the shoes of the titular Chainsaw Warrior, but now developer Auroch Digital is back for a second rev of the chainsaw. Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night promises to build on the success of the original, taking it in an all-new direction that's only possible in a digital format. We got a chance to have a chat with Auroch's Game Designer, Steve Martin to get the lowdown on what we can expect from the next blood-spattered romp.  [More]

blackguards 2 Review : Hell Hath No Fury...

Written by Stuart Thomas on 24 January 2015 at 14:00

I like the voice actors they've used in the Blackguards series. They bring a true layer of professionalism and character to the dialogue and bring the characters to life. I liked them in the original Blackguards and I continue to like them in Blackguards 2. Great job, dudes!

That said, I don't like the overly simplified world map that is little more than a simplistic web of adventure sites, some of which are technically towns - which means little more than a couple of weapons shops and very occasionally a chance for another combat encounter. The simplicity of Blackguards 2 is one of the things I appreciate about it, but it also feels like there was room for more development outside of combat. Just the same as I thought about Blackguards. [More]

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