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22nd April 2014

17:54
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Is SOE's H1Z1 a DayZ clone, or is it more?

Does Sony bring anything new to the concept of zombie survival MMO, or is H1Z1 simply another higher-budget DayZ clone? Many of H1Z1's elements are ringing an all too familiar bell, and SOE's "new" concepts were long pondered upon and considered by Rocket.

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22nd April 2014

17:46
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CGM Reviews: Trials Fusion

As we march further into the newest generation of consoles, we continue to see a migration of franchises from old hardware to new. This isnt just reserved for the big, AAA disc releases either; even smaller studios and titles are making the jump. One of these, from Finland, is RedLynx with their now 14 year old Trials franchise. Its now on current gen consoles, and its about what youd expect from this sillyand infuriatingseries.

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22nd April 2014

16:33
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Hover: Revolt of Gamers Launches Kickstarter Campaign

VRFocus - As announced last month, a Kickstarter for upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible free-running title Hover: Revolt of Gamers has launched this week. French developer Fusty Game is looking to raise $38,000 USD before 22nd May 2014 in order to fund development of the title, which features support for the Oculus Rift VR headset on PC. The experience is also planned for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, though theres no mention of support for the Project Morpheus VR headset on the latter.

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22nd April 2014

15:32
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Trials Fusion Review - Glitch Cat

Glitch Cat - In the end, the Trials series is as addictive as ever thanks to Trials Fusion. While it could use some tweaks to the new trick system and should have included online multiplayer, the tracks are as insane as ever, the gameplay is rich and varied, and the replay value is through the roof. You might want to snap your controller in half a couple of times playing this game, but the journey to success is well worth it.

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22nd April 2014

15:15
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Entertainment Buddha-cast: Episode 3 PAX East Extravaganza and Sh!t | Entertainment Buddha

Entertainment Buddha's Matt Heywood writes, "In the latest episode of the infamous Buddha-Cast Matt recaps his time at PAX East and focuses on some of the best games and developers he saw on the show floor. Listen in as Ana and TenBensons ask him about games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Soundself, and Evolve. He got hands-on time with each of these games and has many positive things to say about them. The casting team also goes into a discussion on some of the games theyre currently playing such as Lego The Hobbit, and Combat Mission Red Thunder."

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22nd April 2014

15:12
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Trials Fusion Review - n3rdabl3

Trials Fusion has finally motored its way out from the start line and into the world. Does it bring the Trials series revving into this new generation, or does it short shift into mediocrity?

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22nd April 2014

15:06
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OXCGN Murdered: Soul Suspect Preview

OXCGN: At first glance, its very easy to compare Murdered: Soul Suspect to something like L.A. Noire, with the puzzle-like crime solving, but its far more detailed and a lot more fun. Its more than just playing a game with a noclip hack turned on, as it cuts a lot of the fat that L.A. Noire had, but adds a lot of elements that really fleshes out the game and brings the detective game genre back to life.

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