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Dead Island Epidemic Hands-On Preview [HD Gameplay Videocast]

Dead Island Epidemic RealGamerNewz Beat

Dead Island: Epidemic is a newly forthcoming Zombie Online Multiplayer Battle Arena (ZOMBA / MOBA) title from Deep Silver capitalizing on the survival epic franchise in a new genre. Me and Public Relations Editor Josh had a chance to get our hands on it along with a number of other members in the team and the result is a fun experience that you can compare to League of Legends meets Diablo mixed with Zombies. WSAD style movement with mouse aiming and attacking are used while C switches between melee and ranged weapons. Players get to level up one of three characters which gain Hero powers as a session goes on through leveling up and staying alive (teamwork is key for the latter).

Mines, healing, enemies that can incapacitate players or stun them, upgradable skills across characters, parts, blueprints, the ability to buy / sell / repair / boost weapons, consumables, workbench abilities, and shop items are just some of the ways players will step their game up between matches. Although horde mode which sees co-op action taking place against zombies in waves, with friends or strangers, seems to be the most popular at this time there are also other offerings including Player Versus Player content. Currently Mutated Berg, Mutated Amber, and Wanta represent in the cast of characters with character points and coins being side objectives as well as the ability to Unbind XP showing up for those experts looking to re-spec a character their own way.

Dead Island Epidemic RealGamerNewz

In the following video PR Editor Josh and myself (Editor-In-Chief Jon) jump in with our own homemade Gameplay Footage (in high definition) as well as our discussion and thoughts upon the game. We will release more gameplay footage as time goes on as well as revisit the title’s final release with even more thoughts. Some of the highlights of Dead Island: Epidemic include the Boss Fights and the Enemy Design which pays homeage to titles like Left 4 Dead 2.

Check Out the DI: Epidemic Steam Page

Preview Copy Info: Six digital copies of this work-in-progress game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this Preview.

Goat Simulator Review

Goat Simulator

Every once in a while a game comes out that defies all logic and reason, and absolutely has no meaning to it whatsoever other than to provide entertainment to its players. Goat Simulator is one of those games. It’s chaotic, hilarious and absolutely makes no sense, which makes this game particularly difficult to review given that even the developer said that it would keep all the bugs save for the game crashing ones.

in space goat simulator

In space no one can hear you baaah…

Goat Simulator is a sandbox game in which you play a goat; there is no story, just pure unadulterated goat themed fun… for about 6-7 hours. The world provided is very limited and as are the things to do in it. Most of the jokes lose their potency very quickly because of the limited size of the world and therefore the limited content within, they are fun the first few times around, but it’s just that sacrificing people to a pentagram kind of losses it’s charm three or four times in. You get challenges that you can try to accomplish however there is no payoff for doing them and ultimately the points are pointless (no pun intended). There are collectables hidden and scattered around the world that unlock different goat skins with different powers that do add to the experience a bit.  Ultimately there is no progression whatsoever.

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Final Verdict:

Don’t get me wrong, Goat Simulator is fun.

The core of the game is just running around head-butting things in order to send them flying or to get them to explode. Just about everything in the world is destructible and of course your powerhouse of an animal is capable of dismantling all of it. There are different items and powers your goat can acquire such as a jet-pack or demonic powers that send you souring sky high. On top of that you can use your goat’s tongue to drag things around the map setting elaborate traps for those pesky humans or just dragging something in the middle of the road to be hit by a speeding vehicle. The game is a total mess, but that’s what makes it so charming, so few games are so chaotic and unpredictable that being intentionally messy is a welcome charm of the game.

Overall Goat Simulator is a good game, it’s fun with some great ideas but due to its limited size falls short of being B-A-A-A-A-DAZZ.

-Hey… I needed to put a goat pun somewhere in here!

goat simulator satanic rgn

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 7 / 10

RGN Rating: Bronze Game

Developer: Coffee Stain Studios

Publisher: Coffee Stain Studios

Available On: Windows PC

Steam Store Page Link

Infamous: Second Son Government Propaganda [Easter Egg DUP] [HD 1080P]

Infamous Second Son - Message From DUP

The Message From DUP (Department of Unified Protection) for Infamous: Second Son (exclusively on PlayStation 4) is presented below in Full 1080P High Definition. Infamous series developer Sucker Punch also revealed more insight to their vision for Infamous: Second Son during the Sony PlayStation 4 Event during February 2013 and featured a political rant that can be found here which set the stage for the game’s initial reveal.

Watch Dogs – PS3 Gameplay Preview Footage [HD]


The PS3 Gameplay Preview Footage of Watch Dogs by Ubisoft is presented below in high definition. This is an early build of the unfinished game being played online by major media publication GSpot. Watch Dogs will be available May 27, 2014 for Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and next-generation PlayStation 4 / Xbox ONE consoles in addition to Windows PC.

MXGP: The Official Motocross Videogame – PlayStation Vita Gameplay Trailer [HD 1080P]

MXGP Motocross 2014 Vita - PS3

The PlayStation Vita Gameplay Trailer of MXGP: The Official Motocross Videogame is presented below in Full 1080P High Definition. This game will be available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita platforms March 28, 2014.