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Monthly Archive for March, 2015

CGM Previews: Nevermind

You are lost in the woods. The more you panic, the more your vision tunnels inward. You can see less and less far in front of you, until eventually all you can do is grope at the plant life directly in front of you. You have to calm down or else you will never escape. You stumble forward, hoping to find some clue, some object that might stand as a waypoint. But objects keep repeating themselves: are you going round and round in circles? Or are you seeing the same object twice, three times?

CGM Previews: Nevermind

TouchArcade – ‘Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities’ Preview: As Creepy As You Want It To Be

TouchArcade: If anticipation for a game can be measured by the conversation it generates, then over six thousand comments in a Touch Arcade forum thread would suggest that Canadian developers Psychoz Interactive have got a sure-fire hit on their hands with Forgotten Memories. We got our hands on an advance copy of the survival horror game, and chatted with the game’s director Georges Paz.


TouchArcade – ‘Forgotten Memories: Alternate Realities’ Preview: As Creepy As You Want It To Be

Final Fantasy XV Preview | Continue Play

Nic Bunce for Continue Play takes a look at what we can expect from Final Fantasy XV, based on Square’s Episode Duscae demo.

“I cant speak for the linearity or otherwise of the full game Final Fantasy XV isnt due out for a while yet but Episode Duscae certainly makes Squares latest addition to their series look incredibly appealing, either way. Based on the current evidence, Final Fantasy XV is shaping up to be a gorgeous game. Theres still plenty of work to do on the engine to iron out the kinks, but as it stands Final Fantasy XV looks set to be a game Im eager to pay money for and that isnt something Ive said since FFXIII.”

Final Fantasy XV Preview | Continue Play

Assassins Creed: Chronicles Could Bring New Life to Series

Ubisoft recently announced its next foray into the Assassins Creed universe with Assassins Creed Chronicles. Will it be the spin-off the series needs?

Assassins Creed: Chronicles Could Bring New Life to Series

Star Citizens Pictures Show Impressive Damage Model; DirectX 12 Can Help With Memory Management

At GDC 2015 Cloud Imperium Games Director of Graphics Engineering Alistair Brown hosted a panel on Star Citizens advanced visual effects, and it included some rather interesting informationand pictures.

Star Citizens Pictures Show Impressive Damage Model; DirectX 12 Can Help With Memory Management

Battlefield Hardline: How to Earn Tier 4 Reputation Track Solo or With a Hacker

Here is a fast and easy way to earn Tier 4 Reputation in Battlefield Hardline solo or with the help of a hacker. You need to achieve Tier 4 Reputation track 10 times in different matches for the syndicate assignments. This method will work for all the classes in Battlefield Hardline.

Battlefield Hardline: How to Earn Tier 4 Reputation Track Solo or With a Hacker

The Zen of Bloodborne: What gaming can teach us about repetition

Ben Kuchera of Polygon writes:

“In gaming, as in life, we crave novelty. New experiences excite us, and we often plow through actions that must be repeated over and over in order to get to the interesting and novel things that are waiting on the other side.”

The Zen of Bloodborne: What gaming can teach us about repetition

Experienced Points: So Who Is DRM For Anyway?

Shamus Young

Battlefield Hardline DRM

So the news last week was that Battlefield: Hardline has DRM that locked players out of their game while they were trying to do hardware benchmarks and swapping out graphics cards. It’s an old, largely discredited and greatly maligned form of DRM that most other publishers – even DRM-obsessed Ubisoft – stopped using a few years ago. But here is EA, still using it and acting like the last 10 years of DRM-driven PR disasters and financial waste hasn’t happened.

Experienced Points: So Who Is DRM For Anyway?

Ride glitch causes save game corruption, patch “will be released asap”

VVV: “Unfortunately, the problems keep persisting, as players are reporting a widespread problem where their save game data files are being lost when progressing through the world tour mode. The issue seems to be widespread and affecting both the PS4 and PC version of Ride. Some users reporting that their save files are corrupted when booting the game. Others are finding that bikes, unlocked races or credits acquired in the World Tour are missing.”

Ride glitch causes save game corruption, patch “will be released asap”

Nyko Light Grip for Xbox One released in U.S.

The Nyko Light Grip for Xbox One has been released in the U.S.

Nyko Light Grip for Xbox One released in U.S.