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iRGN: Pre E3-2015 Podcast Part 2

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Topics Include E3 2015 Rumors & Confirmations, Dishonored 2 Rumor, EA to show a new Battlefield (Rumor), More Fallout 4 Pre-Reveal Discussion, and a lot more coming up in the final show before E3 2015 begins. Thanks in advance for checking it out! Doge over and out…

This Podcast was originally broadcasted on Twitch.TV/realgamernewz.

Check us out for live podcasts on Wednesdays at 6PM EST (our normal schedule) and all through the E3 2015 while we’ll be doing spontaneous shows to supplement the articles you can find on our website. Enjoy!

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review w/ 2 Authors

Advanced Warfare RealGamerNewz Review

Going in to a game with little to no expectations is one of the best things you can do. It’s hard to do that with Call of Duty games, as they are constantly hyped or constantly bashed. There seems to be no middle ground and it’s a shame. As the new Advanced Warfare isn’t the best Call of Duty to ever come out, but it’s far from the worst as well. It manages to change up the combat just enough to make it feel somewhat unfamiliar. This may be because I have not played a Call of Duty intensely since Modern Warfare 2, but this version has managed to push it to a new level. While it’s not a perfect game, it definitely should reel in some of the older crowd back in for a bit.

We won’t be going over the Single-player here as it will have it’s own standalone review. This one is all about the online mode! It’s online does just enough to make people return. The jet packs and your Exo’s abilities do enough to change up the way you play. The cloak is one that really does it, a sit allows you to be virtually invisible for a short duration, but if your enemies get up close they will more than likely see you. The exos somewhat act like a perk, but asides from that there really aren’t many perks to be had.

What does remain rather impressive is that in all the years, in all of the installments, the kill cam has always remained inaccurate. It’s rather impressive as it almost is never accurate in the kills. What’s new to this installment as well is another annoyance, the melee inaccuracy. I can’t tell you how many time sit has not worked for me. I have stood directly over someone as they lay motionless, attempted to melee them, and nothing. Making it somewhat as inaccurate as the kill cams, it’s an impressive addition to the game though.

The biggest issue aside from that is that the maps have returned to almost the same size as Modern Warfare 3. Which I hated, but the maps a lot better done here. There are more ways to go, more ways to jump, and more places to get shot in the back from. It’s not as terrible a sit would be in a normal Call of Duty, but I still think bigger maps would have made the game a lot better. I admittedly get angry at this game 90% of the time, as my guns never seem to work and said anger is also aided by the inaccurate kill cams. That needs to be the next thing addressed really, as I believe 8 games have had kill cams and they are still annoyingly inaccurate. The maps though are very different from previous installments because they don’t feel the need to be big with the movement being so different. You can traverse a lot differently this time around and it’s rather exciting.

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While some people may call it a Titanfall rip off, it doesn’t come off that way to me. As the Goliath is significantly different than an actual Titan and it feels that way. It feels much more vulnerable in that sense as well. The biggest issue might not be that it’s a rehash, it’s a clone, or any of that. The biggest issue is that the game suffers from a seriously lack of options when it comes to online. The game does have a good amount of customization options for your soldier. It’s not anything to rival RPGs, but it feels like more than in any of the previous installments. With a good amount of preset characters to choose from you also unlock articles of clothing as well. You can make your character look somewhat unique and that somewhat surprises me. Luckily for us, the emblem system is back as well. I have yet to see a penis or a swastika, so that’s a victory… but I am sure I will come across one here soon.

The online does just enough to pull players back in. It’s new traversal system has done this outdated and rehashed franchise a real service as older players will find out. You somewhat have to actually learn how to play the game all over again as things really have shifted the play in to a different direction. Is it the best Call of Duty ever made? No,I feel like Call of Duty 4 was and still is the best. The biggest issues with this one though are the map sizes, the inaccurate melee and kill cams, the lack of perks, and the lack of dedicated servers. These are all problems that have persisted in the franchise for a while and they really need to end. While Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare isn’t the best FPS or Call of Duty, it’s definitely more than I expected.

The most unfortunate thing for users is the season pass has returned to the ridiculous price, $50. Even Activision doesn’t take it seriously as it is advertised as “4 DLC Packs 1 Great Price*” which to me indicates that they do not believe it’s a great price, because it isn’t. Just like in previous games, there are overpowered guns as well, this was expected.It doesn’t seem quite fair that zombie players will have to purchase the $50 season pass just to get more of a taste. It’s also somewhat unfair to only include 13 compact maps and then charge $15 for packs of 4.

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Additional Review Notes:

Jon Ireson, Editor-In-Chief discusses the campaign portion of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare:

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s campaign mode attempts to put the powerful emotion and cinematic intensity of Hollywood Action films back into the COD franchise, and to its credit nearly succeeds entirely. Acting is good at the start but then Kevin Spacey’s character begins to feel at times like he’s over-reacting which feels fake. This is because, without giving away any major spoilers, the plot twists way too soon. The game starts out with a relate-able Kevin Spacey that players can almost understand the genius of before fearing his army Atlas’ horrifying destruction. We don’t get to hear that side of his character out long enough though to really seal the bond to this story mode, which in its own right is full of spectacular moments that make you feel fully alive and as if you’re an awesome hero in a real-world setting busting caps in fools for the greater good. Once Spacey’s character goes over the edge though, it doesn’t feel the same. He seems like a raving lunatic and it leaves you feeling much more disconnected from the game since it no longer feels like a real-world setting.

As far as gameplay goes, things are vastly improved over old campaigns. The aspect of ranking up in a story campaign are finally realized in Advanced Warfare. The game has changed, and changed enough to where it actually matters. Exo Suits come with abilities as Chris has described above and in the campaign they are given a piece at a time based on your performance as well as the mission at hand. Watching which parts of the suit are live by a diagram of your spine flashing before a mission helps add to the immersion a bit and is a nice touch for campaign mode as well. Musically and visually the game’s campaign flows with its gameplay properly. Sledgehammer Games might have had a hard time proving themselves to me, but this campaign was worth giving them a chance. It’s awesome.

Lots of vehicle driving, unexpected moments, Michael Bay level explosions and rapid moment-to-moment happenings, and did we mention 60 frames? Yeah, that’s a thing you might want to know about. It’s still 60 frames per second, thank god. Veteran mode is a bit too easy, making me feel like more of a challenge should have been offered off the bat. Graphically everything looks excellent on the Xbox ONE, especially when we consider this is a new game engine based on the foundation of old COD engines. Old COD engines of course, have been heavily modified versions of Quake and id engines from the golden days of shooter gaming.

Sledgehammer Games really went all out with improving the code though. This game’s animation and rendering system are solid and as next-gen as it gets. After seeing the launch of Call of Duty Ghosts and reviewing the game at a 6 it’s easy to see that Advanced Warfare is a much higher quality game in terms of Co-Op, Multiplayer, and Campaign modes.

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Exo Challenges in Campaign as I mentioned above add a great deal of engagement to the player in addition to the rich storytelling found in Advanced Warfare. For those that are reading this and know nothing of the plot, players are inducted into a private military corporation / army called Atlas and given a cybernetic second chance at the soldier’s life. The chance of a lifetime if you ask me…

Parting notes before I let Chris come in with his Final Verdict on Advanced Warfare; there’s a very good variety of enemy behavior in this game when compared to past COD’s. This is easily the best COD campaign we’ve seen in recent years. Shootouts while mid-freeway and incredibly action-packed moments help prove that this game stays true to its classic arcade style shooter roots and core. The cinematic quality of Advanced Warfare successfully keeps Activision up to date with other major AAA publishers putting out more emotional and film-like content such as Sony. The trend for a more emotionally rich game industry focusing on video games as an art medium doesn’t have to come at the cost of awesome action, fun gameplay, and replay value. Thanks Sledgehammer and Acti for showing us that.

Final Verdict:

Christopher Stahler:

I think this is only half of a revitalization of the series, it is fun and can stand on its own two feet, but the pre-existing issues are what continue to hold back the series. Whether this be the fake promise of dedicated servers, small maps, overpowered guns, or a rip off for a Season Pass, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare isn’t a bad game, but feels like it needs more value to it.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 7.5 / 10

RGN Rating: Bronze Game

Developers: Sledgehammer Games

Publisher(s): Activision

Available Now On: XO | PS4 | 360 | PS3 | PC

Played On: Microsoft Xbox ONE

Review copy info: Two physical copies of the game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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The Evil Within Is Out Today, Watch Gameplay Now [1080P], In-Depth RGN Review Coming

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Launch Trailer Gameplay of The Evil Within. Our Review launches very soon right here on RealGamerNewz.com

Genre(s): Survival Horror
Platform(s): PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC
Publisher(s): Bethesda Softworks
Developer(s): Tango Gameworks
Release Date (NA): October 14, 2014

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II – Teaser Trailer [Japan] [HD]

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Development studio CompileHeart has released the following Teaser for Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II to the Japan audience. This trailer is presented below in high definition unedited. More info / videos for Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II will be published as they become available, keep up with RealGamerNewz.com for the latest in next-gen, indie, console, mobile, and computer gaming.

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PS4 Trophies Won’t Post to Facebook? Here’s How to Fix It [Video Version]

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The video version of our PS4 Trophy To FB Posting Guide by fan request.

Original Article here: http://realgamernewz.com/22342/ps4-trophies-wont-post-to-facebook-heres-how-to-fix-it

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RGN Daily News #64: Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed Are The Same Universe

RGN Daily 64 - Watch Dogs and Assassins Creed Are The Same Universe

RGN Daily News #64: Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed Are The Same Universe

– Today’s Biggest Video Game News
– Indie Games Lineup and IndieSpotlight Lineup
– How to Get a Two for One Deal on PS4 Games At Launch
– RGN Game Idea Pitches: Ultimate FPS, Ultimate RTS, Ultimate RPG, Ultimate Abstract
– [SPOILER] Watch Dogs and Assassin’s Creed Series Are Basically The Same Story Universe
– Open Discussions
– And a Lot More

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RGN Podcast – September 27, 2013

RGN Podcast - September 27

RGN Podcast – September 27, 2013

– Are Free 2 Play Games Worth Your Timing?
– Violence Versus Sex: Which Is Worse In Video Games / Film?
– Which RGN Unboxings Coming Soon
– Will GTA Online Be Worth The Hype? Will The Servers Crash?
– People Getting a Thrill Off Spoiling Games
– GTA 5 Talk / RGN Social Crew —> http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/crew/realgamernewz
– And More

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RGN Daily News #48: Microsoft’s Cortana vs Siri? / New GTA V Videos

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RGN Daily News #48: Microsoft’s Cortana vs Siri? / New GTA V Videos

– Today’s Top News
– Rumor: Microsoft’s Cortana vs iPhone’s Siri?
– New GTA V Videos Released
– 4K Gameplay Trailer for DriveClub on RealGamerNewz.com
– Gheldia, Indie 16 bit Action RPG Takes Classic Final Fantasy Formula Up A Notch
– Memoria Review Up, 10/10 Point-And-Click Adventure

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Edge of Space Gets Terraria Crossover; Terraria Hits iOS Platform

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Edge of Space gets a Terraria Crossover today and you can get the first look at it right here in this high definition trailer released for the new crossover. Edge of Space is available right now on Steam for $11.99 from developer Handyman Studios as an ‘Early Access Game’ with retro-style gameplay and graphics. CLICK HERE to check out the Steam listing now. In related news, you can now scoop up a copy of Terraria for the iOS Platform on iPhone / iPod and iPad devices.

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505 Games and Serellan Drop 1080P HD Trailer for Takedown: Red Sabre on Steam

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505 Games and Serellan present Takedown: Red Sabre coming to Steam soon (pre-ordering now gets you early access) and they have dropped the following Gameplay Trailer today just to set the mood for everybody out there wondering what Takedown: Red Sabre is all about. Take a look below in full 1080P High Definition just by pressing play.

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Lost Planet 3 – Launch Trailer [HD]

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Lost Planet 3 from Capcom released recently and they dropped a Launch Trailer presented here in High Definition from RealGamerNewz.com and our media partners for your enjoyment. Find out with this trailer what you think about the third installment and let us know.

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Steam Greenlight Approves 100 Indie Games For Release On Steam Market

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Valve’s massive digital distribution market serving Windows PC, Mac OS X, and Linux gamers worldwide announced today 100 indie games were approved for release on the Steam market. This is more than usually approved in any given incoming phase and that’s because they are stress-testing the entire Greenlight process in order to find the bottlenecks in their system and optimize everything for future indies facing the challenge of becoming a Steam-certified dev. The games approved are listed below in alphabetical order as revealed by Valve today.

  1. 1953 – KGB Unlimited
  2. 8BitMMO
  3. A Walk in the Dark
  4. Against the Wall
  5. Armikrog.
  6. Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator
  7. Automation: The Car Company Tycoon Game
  8. Battle Nations
  9. Black Annex
  10. Blockland
  11. Bloody Trapland
  12. Bridge Constructor
  13. Bridge It
  14. Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils
  15. Call of Cthulhu: The Wasted Land
  16. Chroma Squad
  17. City Car Driving
  18. Constant C
  19. Cook, Serve, Delicious!
  20. Craft the World
  21. Crayola Art Studio
  22. Croixleur
  23. C-Wars
  24. Damned
  25. Darkout
  26. Dead Cyborg
  27. Delver
  28. Delver’s Drop
  29. Depth Hunter
  30. Dino Run SE
  31. Dominions 3: The Awakening
  32. Doorways
  33. Draw a Stickman: EPIC
  34. Dungeon Dashers
  35. Dysfunctional Systems: Learning to Manage Chaos
  36. Eleusis
  37. Escape Goat
  38. Exoplanet: First Contact
  39. Flightless
  40. FORCED
  41. Forge Quest
  42. Freedom Planet
  43. Galactic Arms Race
  44. Gravi
  45. Gray Matter
  46. Guise of the Wolf
  47. Hoodwink
  48. Iesabel
  49. InFlux
  50. Kainy
  51. Kingdoms Rise
  52. Knock-Knock
  53. Knytt Underground
  54. Legend of Iya
  55. Legend of the Knightwasher
  56. Legends of Aethereus
  57. Megabyte Punch
  58. Melody’s Escape
  59. Mortal Online: The Awakening
  60. MovieWriterPro
  61. Multimedia Fusion 2
  62. Mutant Mudds
  63. NEO Scavenger
  64. NEStalgia
  65. Omegalodon
  66. Oniken
  67. Paranautical Activity
  68. Poker Smash
  69. Pool Nation
  70. Project Black Sun
  71. ProjectNimbus
  72. Rawbots
  73. Ray’s the Dead
  74. Rebirth
  75. Reprisal
  76. Risk of Rain
  77. Road Redemption
  78. Running With Rifles
  79. Salvation Prophecy
  80. Shadow of the Eternals
  81. Shantae: Risky’s Revenge
  82. Signal Ops
  83. Signs of Life
  84. Silent Storm
  85. Son of Nor
  86. Songs2See Ultimate
  87. Soul Saga
  88. Super Amazing Wagon Adventure
  89. Survive
  90. sZone-Online
  91. Talisman Digitacl Edition
  92. Teslagrad
  93. The Cat Lady
  94. The Impossible Game
  95. The Last Phoenix
  96. The Plan
  97. Toribash
  98. Underrail
  99. Warmachine: Tactics
  100. Zafehouse: Diaries

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Call of Duty: Ghosts – Free Fall Bonus Map Trailer [HD]

Call of Duty Ghosts Free Fall Bonus Pre Order DLC

The Free Fall Bonus map for Call of Duty: Ghosts is one of the game’s newly added Dynamic Maps which will change as matches go on based on destructive events taking place during the gameplay in real-time. You’ll find a trailer for this map below in High Definition right here on RealGamerNewz.com and the game itself will be available on current-gen consoles November 5, 2013 as well as Xbox ONE and PlayStation 4 later in November 2013 when the new systems release. If you haven’t been paying attention, there’s been a lot of news (including Dedicated Servers coming to the Xbox ONE version), trailers, and even 3 Livestream Events detailing the game so far. Check out our dedicated Call of Duty: Ghosts section and catch up now.

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RGN Daily News #42: Wii U Price Drop, X1 Sold Out, FF14 De-Listed Digitally

RealGamerNewz RGN Daily 42

Today was a pretty decent day for news with the Wii U getting a price drop and the Xbox ONE selling out over at GAME through our overseas friends meanwhile The Elder Scrolls Online and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn both managed to make the news but in completely different ways. If you’re not much of a reader, check out today’s RGN Daily News episode #42 and listen to less than 10 minutes that explain everything you’ll want to know so you aren’t missing out.

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Rise of the Triad Review

Rise of the Triad 2013 Review RealGamerNewz

Rise of the Triad is more than just a remake of the classic PC game Rise of the Triad which originally came out in 1994. Now a lot of time has passed and we have Rise of the Triad in 2013 and it’s an amazing game. Rise of the Triad is an First Person twitch shooter and it stays true to its roots. You will find all kinds of crazy modes such as dog mode with a supersonic bark and GOD mode via pickups in multiplayer which will have you wanting to throw your keyboard. Rise of the Triad has a story. you play as a member of H.U.N.T. (High-Risk United Nations Task-Force) and you are tasked to San Nicolas Island to investigate a terrorism group called the Triads which look a lot like Nazi soldiers that are wearing the symbol of the Triad. Your main mission is to infiltrate the island and basically kill everyone and everything, this hones back to the days of simple story and awesome gameplay.

Speaking of gameplay, Rise of the Triad is one of the fastest FPS games I have played in a long time. If you love games like Unreal Tournament and Quake you will feel right at home with Rise of the Triad. As you’re playing through the campaign you’ll be collecting coins with ankh symbols on them they will bring your overall score up during the level, they can also be found in secret areas. Time is part of each mission as there is a clock timing how long it takes to progress through each level. There’s also mild platforming mixed in around each level with things like bounce pads, and of course tons of carnage bullets will be flying around in addition to rockets you must avoid.

If you don’t have a rocket launcher in your hands during the campaign it almost feels like you’re doing something wrong. There’s a huge array of weapons that are available to use in campaign as well as in multiplayer. The basics include pistols, MP40 sub-machine gun, rocket launchers, the firebomb, the dark staff, the very awesome Excalibur (which is a one-hit wonder knocking people into the stratosphere), and also the split missile which allows you to hit two people at once from opposing sides.

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Controls for Rise of the Triad are pretty basic actually, ‘WASD’ keys are used for movement and don’t forget about Q which is used for knife kills. If you can land a knife kill in multiplayer then I’m impressed, that really takes some skill. Now Rise of the Triad of course works with mouse and keyboard and it also supports controllers. I don’t know why anyone would want to use a controller, especially with the pace of the game, but hey if you need to then go ahead and use the training wheels. The in-game taunts are the ones from the original game which is really cool. the game will also throw comments at you when you die in-game such as “you should stick to the controller”. Remember that since this is Rise of the Triad such things as rocket jumping will take you a long way, especially in multiplayer.

The sounds for Rise of the Triad are actually really awesome. The soundtrack is all heavy metal music by Burying the Trend which really helps the player stay focused in the game. One thing with PC games that people always ask is ‘how are the graphics, though’? Well Rise of the Triad is run on the Unreal engine so you will be able to run this game on a wide range of computers and if you crank the settings to ludicrous it will push even the best PC on the market. That’s really awesome if you ask me. There is a wide range of commands that can be put into the command console which is like using cheat codes, but they can really makes the game interesting depending on which ones you choose to use in-game.

Rise of the Triad has a huge multiplayer section and man, it is awesome. There are several game types in ROTT such as Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, and Capture the Flag. I have invested some serious time into the multiplayer. I can tell you from experience that this is what this game is built for and it excels big time at it. Rise of the Triad also had dedicated servers which makes this a great game to play whether online or at LAN parties.

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The action in multiplayer is extremely fast and fun to play with friends and new people online. I have played match upon match just trying to climb up to 1st place. It’s a ton of fun with all the weapons that you have and each character has a different movement speed, which is something to look into when you are choosing a character. The multiplayer action will impress you and keep you coming back and asking for more, especially after you have to the chance to pick up GOD mode and kill people instantly, or start seeing players explode on screen from the various types of rocket launchers.

Final Verdict: Rise of the Triad has an extremely high Replay Ability with an awesome single player and super fun multiplayer that will bring you back over and over again. ROTT is also 100% modifiable with a map editor in addition to mod tools that are coming out very soon and that is always a great reason to play this game over and over. There will also be FREE DLC coming to Rise of the Triad and you can get all this for the low price of $14.99. That is super cheap for this much content. I would recommend that if you like FPS games and old school games with some new flare, you NEED to pick up Rise of the Triad.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 10/10
RGN Rating: Diamond Game

Developer: Interceptor Entertainment
Publisher: Apogee Software

Available On: Windows PC (Steam Link Here)

Review Copy Info- A digital copy of the game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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