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Future Unfolding is one game you don’t want to miss

Future Unfolding is one of the most exciting gorgeous looking games I’m looking forward to in 2015 along side other wonderful games like Wild or Rime. Here’s the full description of the game, no need for edits!

“Future Unfolding lets you explore a world filled with life, both beautiful and dangerous. The world is procedurally generated, and each play-through allows you to experience a new and different layout. Observe and interact with the wildlife to get clues and discover patterns in this mystical place. Use the patterns to locate hidden secrets and find your way to the goal. Find your path with the help of wild animals, while avoiding the other less friendly creatures.”

The game is coming out in 2015 for the PC.

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Lethal League Review: No Weak Shit

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Lethal League is a competitive projectile fighting game where you have to hit an anti-gravity ball into the face of your opponent to win, all the while jammin to a kickass soundtrack.

The ball speeds up with every strike, up to explosively extreme velocities. Play intense local matches with friends and foes, challenge yourself in the singleplayer mode or battle it out online.

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The Good

Great stylish art style. Awesome soundtrack. Amazing gameplay that’s unique, extremely challenging, and fun to play with, especially when you get to hit the ball at an extremely high speed. Really fun to play with friends locally or online, and the online matches are incredibly smooth with really little lag to be found. A handful of unique characters with different play styles and specials to play around with.

The Bad

Craving for more game modes.

The Money

Priced at 14 dollars on Steam, Lethal League is unique, creative, extremely fun, and challenging as f*ck game which proves one of their key features ‘No Weak Shit’ being true. With nothing like it at the market at the moment, and it’s high replay value, it’s defiantly worth the purchase.

Final Thoughts

I’ve been playing the prototype that they had for a while, and had a really fun time playing it, then when i got my hands on the finished version, my enjoyment level went through the roof with nice polish, variety of characters with different play styles, more environments and more awesome music to go along with it, plus the edition of the extremely smooth online battles is just great, and getting really excited when you get the ball running at extremely high speeds. But i do wish there was more game modes to play around with like lets say for example adding a basketball hoop and score and get more points, just something to spice the variety up a bit. I can also see the game being played at a competitive tournament that would be really exciting, if not the most exciting thing to watch.

Ranking

The Game To have 6/6

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Amazon Officially Bought Twitch

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On a statement released on Twitch.tv confirms that Amazon has officially bought Twitch for approximately $970 million in cash. Here’s the full statement:

“Dear Twitch Community,

It’s almost unbelievable that slightly more than 3 years ago, Twitch didn’t exist. The moment we launched, we knew we had stumbled across something special. But what followed surprised us as much as anyone else, and the impact it’s had on both the community and us has been truly profound.

Your talent, your passion, your dedication to gaming, your memes, your brilliance – these have made Twitch what it is today. Every day, we strive to live up to the standard set by you, the community. We want to create the very best place to share your gaming and life online, and that mission continues to guide us.

Together with you, we’ve found new ways of connecting developers and publishers with their fans. We’ve created a whole new kind of career that lets people make a living sharing their love of games. We’ve brought billions of hours of entertainment, laughter, joy and the occasional ragequit. I think we can all call that a pretty good start.

Today, I’m pleased to announce we’ve been acquired by Amazon. We chose Amazon because they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision, and they want to help us get there faster. We’re keeping most everything the same: our office, our employees, our brand, and most importantly our independence. But with Amazon’s support we’ll have the resources to bring you an even better Twitch.

I personally want to thank you, each and every member of the Twitch community, for what you’ve created. Thank you for putting your faith in us. Thank you for sticking with us through growing pains and stumbles. Thank you for bringing your very best to us and sharing it with the world. Thank you, from a group of gamers who never dreamed they’d get to help shape the face of the industry that we love so much.

It’s dangerous to go alone. On behalf of myself and everyone else at Twitch, thank you for coming with us.”

So there you have it folks, Amazon.com just bought Twitch.tv, let’s see where this goes from now on.

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Game Shock – Aegis Defenders Alpha Preview

Aegis Defenders is a 16-bit Tactical Platformer where you use ancient technology as magical weapons. In Aegis you venture through the game’s beautiful pixelated world, attack hostile creatures through your adventure, and then start defending important ancient artifacts, weapons, or maybe creatures. What’s nice about it is that there’s normal melee and ranged combat, and tower defense elements where you can lay down turrets, slowing bubbles..etc all the while controlling two characters, and hopefully playing it cooperatively later on.

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The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Release Date Announced And New Commentated Gameplay Trailer

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is releasing on the 25th September, 2014 with a price tag of 20 dollar, and with the release date announcement, they also released a new commentated gameplay video for our viewing pleasure. The game is a first-person mystery game focused on exploration and discovery.

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Kings Of Kung Fu Announced

Digital Tribe Games just announced a new fighting game called Kings Of Kung Fu that’s a passion project for the team. It’s the “ultimate fighting game for Kung Fu movie fans”, and after watching that trailer there is little doubt in that statement.The game will feature 8 character base roster at launch with 1 extra boss character, 12 unique and dynamic background stages inspired by classic films, 100+ unique moves per fighter, and local multiplayer matches.

 

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TinyKeep Release Date Announced

TinyKeep is coming out on PC Windows in September 2014. In the game you will play as a hopeless prisoner held deep in a forgotten dungeon, but finding himself mysteriously released when he awoke one day. You will have to fight against the dungeons monsters by luring them into traps, tricking them into fighting each other, or attack them head on. TinyKeep will have procedurally generated dungeons and weapons system.

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The Witcher Battle Arena Closed Beta Sign-ups Is Live With Debut Gameplay Trailer

CD Project RED just announced that closed beta sign-ups for their upcoming game The Witcher Battle Arena, a fast, fun and accessible MOBA game based in the Witcher universe and it’s coming out on the mobile platform (android, iOS, Windows Phone). Repeat, a MOBA game on the mobile platform, and it’s going be free to play when it launches with no pay-to-win elements, where you can unlock every piece of content in the game through gameplay progression.

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The Behemoth Returns With A New Game4

The Behemoth developers that brought us Battleblock Theater ( which you can check out our review for it here) are developing a new game with a code name (or actual game name) Game4.

“Yes, as the chicken dictates, this game is of a genre we haven’t covered before and seek to breathe a new flavor into. Maybe you can find a hint in the video about which genre it is??”

It’s a new genre they haven’t touched before, so we can rule out platforming (hopefully?) and try to figure out what are they going for, it’s probably something related to planet side burning bears.

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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain Multiplayer Gameplay Revealed

Multiplayer portion of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain has been revealed via IGN through a gameplay video, and it looks awesome. The gameplay shows the player infiltrating another player’s ‘mother base’ sneaking through heavy security, defeating guards, and looting loot from their base. What we didn’t get to see though is the fight between the two players which was cut off at the end, and so let’s hope we get to see that in the near future.

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