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Magnetic: Cage Closed Announced by Gambitious Digital Entertainment

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Magnetic: Cage Closed Announced by Gambitious Digital Entertainment

Magnetic Cage Closed

Excerpt From the Official Press Release:

“With countless puzzles to solve and a branching storyline, no playthrough is ever the same in Magnetic.

To find out more, please visit http://gurugames.se

Announcement Trailer:

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GTA V PC Pre-Order: Free Rockstar Game, $500 Mill Story / $500 Mill Online

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Editor’s Note: The Steam version of Grand Theft Auto V is available for Pre-Order and will gain players a free copy of GTA: San Andreas, $500 Mill for GTA Online, and $300 Mill if pre-ordered by February 1, 2015.

The rest of this article talks about a separate deal that is not being offered on Steam, but rather through the Rockstar Warehouse for digital / physical versions of Grand Theft Auto V for Windows PC as sold directly by Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive. Choose wisely on which one is the right Pre-Order for you! If you’re not interested in pre-ordering, tell us why in the comments section!


Included in the Rockstar Warehouse direct deal:

  • $500 Million for GTA Online included free upon Pre-Order
  • $500 Million for GTA V Story Mode included free upon Pre-Order
  • ** $300 Million MORE for GTA Online (making it $800 total for GTA Online)
  • ** if you Pre-Order before February 1, 2015
  • PLUS….

One of the following games (buyer’s choice) will be included free upon Pre-Order:

  • Max Payne 3
  • L.A. Noire
  • GTA: Episodes from Liberty City
  • GTA IV
  • Bully: Scholarship Edition
  • GTA: San Andreas
  • Manhunt
  • Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne
  • GTA: Vice CIty
  • Midnight Club 2

Acer Offers Assassin’s Creed Unity FREE With Purchase of Select Gaming Laptops

Aspire V Nitro 4K Display

Looking for a new machine this holiday? Do you plan to use it for work, gaming, or just general everyday use? Well look no further! Acer has introduced a new model in to its family of Aspire V Nitro: Black Edition notebooks that includes a 4k UHD display. For $1,499.99, you can purchase this Laptop PC that offers 4 times the amount of pixels as a 1080p Full HD display. According to a release from a source at Acer, this computer is ideal for high end video editing and can handle running graphic intensive games.

Here are some of the specs for the computer to show you how it will perform:

Display Size: 15.6-inch

Display Resolution: Ultra HD (3840 x 2160)

Processor: 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4710HQ Quad Core Processor

Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M with 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 VRAM

Memory: 16GB DDR3 dual channel memory

SSD/HD: 256GB solid state drive

1TB hard drive

Audio: Optimized Dolby audio enhancements featuring Audio Optimizer, Audio Regulator,Volume Leveler, Volume Maximer, Intelligent EQ, Dialogue Enhancer, and SurroundVirtualizer (for headphones and built-in speakers)

Keyboard: Backlit; full size with dedicated numeric keypad

These are just a few of the great qualities that this fantastic pc offers. Now, if you are wanting this pc to game then you need to act fast. As of November 3rd, and while supplies last, Acer is offering a free digital code of Assassin’s Creed Unity with the purchase of select Acer Aspire V Nitro Black Edition notebooks.

The select V Nitro Black Edition notebooks are available at Amazon, Newegg, and Tiger Direct. Notebooks start priced at $1,099 and are eligible for the Assassin’s Creed Unity complimentary code for a limited time.

So act now and move fast if you plan to pick up Assassin’s Creed Unity as well!

BlizzCon 2014: A New Shooter Emerges… Overwatch Announced w/ 13 Gameplay Videos [HD 1080P]

Overwatch Character Tracer Cosplay at Blizzcon 2014 11-7-14 Credit MickyNeilson on Twitter

[Overwatch Character “Tracer” Cosplay at BlizzCon 2014 // 11-7-14 Credit: MickyNeilson of Blizzard]

All of the latest gameplay and trailers of Overwatch announced at BlizzCon 2014 by Blizzard Entertainment

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC
Publisher(s): Blizzard Entertainment
Developer(s): Blizzard Entertainment
Release Date (NA): TBA 2015

Civilization: Beyond Earth Review

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Civilization: Beyond Earth is not a flawless game. It’s AI annoys the piss out of me, the bugs bothersome, and the feels extremely similar to Civilization V for obvious reasons. Yet, despite these complaints I remain addicted to Beyond Earth. It has wrecked my sleeping and eating cycle as I continuously utter “One more round… one more round…” I am somewhat more addicted to this than I was for Civilization V, the reason for this is because I have no clue what I am doing. It feels the same, but the revamps done have truly made it feel completely different despite looking very similar. The game still manages to stand on it’s own two feet despite what people have been saying.

The new things to consider would be the obvious, the tech, the aliens, and the affinity level. Although the affinity levels somewhat feel like religion, as the AI is constantly knocking at your door and begging you to switch your ways. The AI is actually the most annoying thing about this game as they really have done nothing to change them. “Oh, the aliens attacked and killed your traders, your colonist, AND your workers? HOW DARE YOU ATTACK THEM!” Yeah, maybe put some reasoning behind them next game? Because I am rather tired of them also complaining that I settled too close to their cities… when they moved near me. God, I can not properly begin to explain the pure HATE for this.

I turn on the hate machine and roll out the army, because they never shut the **** up. Anyway, besides the AI being how terrible they have done some nice changes with everything else. Tech is odd at times, but fairly interesting as you gain affinity points through them and unlock special units and buildings. Some areas the tech don’t exactly make sense though. We just flew across the galaxy, landed on a new planet, and yet we need to research… computing? I feel like it should have a fancy name because computing to me sounds like we are just discovering this mysterious tech. Although the tech tree is rather interesting as you are forced to go between useful techs and affinity levels with some not so useful things.

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The most disappointing thing perhaps is the Health, which has taken over happiness and makes almost no sense. This is due to the fact that you’re civilization is almost always unhealthy until mid game. It hurts your science and production, so it’s not a very fun thing to have. It’s something that takes way too long to even out and the only way to really do it is by researching tech that generally has no affinity behind it.

What’s interesting is the design for aliens, the design for the new units, the cities, and the design of the planet/resources. It’s all rather interesting to discover, the biggest issue is that there is only really one design for the aliens. They have several different units, but manage to look the same. What would have been insanely interesting is if they had several different alien designs and a random one would spawn on the planet with you, it would make the discovery of them in a new game all the more interesting.

Everything is designed rather well and it looks rather unique. While I can’t stand the miasma the rest is solid. You have your choices of what type of planet you go to, but not the option of how many civilizations you want to fight against, perhaps this is because there are so few and it’s an issue. The graphics aren’t improved much, but one thing that is drastically improved are is the end game lag. I remember playing Civilization V and always lagging towards the end of the game, but no more! It runs rather well and while it takes some time to load, I have yet to see any drastic drops in framerate!

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There aren’t many civilizations to pick from, but you do get to tune it towards your play style. While you won’t be dazzled by the discovery of the civilization (they appear to you when they land) their models change over time and that’s pretty neat. The saddening thing is you do not have the mystery of discovering who you are up against, as there are so little civilizations, that they all play with you and they are revealed the moment they drop down on the planet. It takes away from the mystery of the game as you explore around.

The issue with the actual AI themselves is that they haven’t changed much at all. If you played Civilization before odds are you know what I am talking about. They insult you for little to nothing and then the next turn they are begging for some resources or energy. It goes something like this: Always coming in with “THE WORLD SHOULD KNOW YOUR SINS! YOU DISGUST ME!” 1 turn later “Hey, things aren’t going so well over here. Do you think you can help us out?” 50 energy a turn, 1000 energy, and 3 Xenomass for 1 favor!” Yeah no, but you can go jump off of a mountain. Seriously, get some common sense. I’m not giving you anything after you just condemned my actions. In fact, this leads to 95% of my wars, the other 5% is just because I feel like it basically.

Official Trailer:

Final Verdict:

Civilization: Beyond Earth has done some very interesting things so far. It’s very well designed, but overall your gameplay may be bogged by the bugs that run throughout the game. You may not be as forgiving as this Sid Meier’s fan, but I am addicted. I love the game and can’t get off of it. The interesting design is what really holds the game together. It may not have a ton of civilizations, no variety in the aliens, bugs, and no improvement with the AI, but I still manage to love it. What it does right though is good enough for me. It’s design of everything really holds it up and let’s stand tall as a standalone game. While it needs improvements it remains to be a fun and addicting game as a whole. The game is nowhere near perfect, yet I am perfectly addicted.

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Overall Score: 8.5 / 10

RGN Rating: Silver Game

Developer: Firaxis Games

Publisher: 2K Games

Available On: PC

Review Copy Info: The author of this article received a digital copy of this game from the publisher for the purpose of this review

“Hatred” Revealed – New Game Inspired by Retro PC Classic “Postal” Series

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What if I told you that Postal is coming back just with even more chaos, better graphics, and kill-shot execution scenes more gruesome than most homicidal action films from the 90s (most, but not all).

Even more enraged at life than ever, some dude is taking out his grievances with society and the world the only way he knows how – by killing everything in sight. Take a look at the trailer below which even shows gameplay and the clear inspiration / tribute to Postal (a game series from one of the golden eras of PC Gaming).

More to come as we follow the anticipated release of this creative title from development house Destructive Creations.