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Jake Wilson

A musician and composer who occasionally likes writing about video games...

8-Bit Armies – Review


Developer: Petroglyph Platform: PC In 2003, when EA destroyed Westwood studios, the creators of Command & Conquer, one final group of original Westwood employees resigned and formed Petroglyph Games. Later, EA also destroyed the Command & Conquer series by releasing Command & Conquer 4. Yet with the recent announcement of 8-Bit Armies, there seemed to be some hope for people looking ...

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Resident Evil Outbreak – The Retro Perspective


Josh was too busy to film the Resident Evil 5 review, so Jake & Arron decided to play one of their favourite games of all time: Resident Evil Outbreak. It’s the greatest game never made.…A very difficult game, made even more so by persistent hysteric laughter. In this game, a waitress, a plumber and a “scrotum guard” are attacked by ...

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No Man’s Sky Soundtrack: First Song Released


65daysofstatic have now announced details on the release of the official soundtrack album for the highly anticipated game No Man’s Sky. The name of the album will be ‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe.’  It will comprise of 10 songs that make up the official soundtrack to No Man’s Sky along with an additional collection of soundscapes and sound ...

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Way Of The Samurai 3 – Review (PC Port)

Way of the Samurai 3 Review

Disclosure: The author was provided with a copy of the game by the publisher for the purpose of this review Publisher: Ghostlight Developer: Acquire Platforms: PC (review platform) PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 If there’s one thing that can be said about every entry in the Way Of The Samurai series, it’s that they have insane amounts of potential. Way Of ...

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Kingdom Hearts III – Nomura Announces New World: ‘Briar Patch’


Speaking at a small and exclusive convention in Paris, Tetsuya Nomura has revealed plans to introduce another never before seen Disney world to Kingdom Hearts III. Nomura took to the stage with Square Enix game producer Shinji Hashimoto, who seemed equally excited to be breaking the news, even jokingly asking the fans to “quiet down” as they cheered in anticipation. ...

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Pokemon Go, First Gameplay Details


Following some leaked footage, Niantic, the developer of upcoming free-to-play mobile game Pokemon Go, has shared the first details on the gameplay of the title. Previously it was only known that the game would allow you to capture Pokemon by taking your mobile device out in to the world, but now we know some of the finer details of the ...

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Resident Evil’s Fall From Grace – Part 1


Resident Evil was once a colossal force in the gaming industry and no moment is more noteworthy for the series than the release of Resident Evil 4 on the Nintendo Gamecube in 2005. So in this 3 part video series we want to de-construct what makes Resident Evil good so we can then start to work out what went so ...

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Candy Crush VP: “Casual Games are the Home of Innovation”

Candy Crush Saga

Stephen Jarrett is Vice President of King, the casual game developer behind games such as Candy Crush Saga, Bubble Witch Saga, Pepper Panic Saga and around 10 or so more ‘match-3’ style mobile games. King also developed the Farmville clone ‘Paradise Bay’ as well as Peggle clone ‘Papa Pear Saga, all of which have appeared on IOS and Android platforms. Jarrett has ...

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Eitr – Interview With The Composer

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Eitr is an upcoming indie game inspired by norse mythology. In this interview with Cedric Baravaglio we talk about his soundtrack to Eitr including the epic song ‘Infectious’ from its trailer. Other topics include his inspirations and other projects including the Neko Light Orchestra who have gained popularity through their covers of video game and film music. Also, the Noob ...

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Grey Goo Receives Its Second Free Expansion


Petroglyph Games, the real-time strategy developers whose team includes former members of Westwood Studios (Command & Conquer) are releasing their second expansion pack for Grey Goo. They announced the pack, entitled ‘Descent of the Shroud‘ at Pax South and also revealed that, just like the first expansion ‘Emergence,’ Descent of the Shroud will be 100% free to people who already ...

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