September 11, 2012

New Dishonored Dev Diary Immerses You

Posted on September 11, 2012 by Joshua Rust

The amazing people over at Arkane Studios may have a winning formula on their hands with their new IP Dishonored. Recent releases have been categorized by being the “same old stuff”. Dishonored will try to ease these pains by bringing something a little different to the tables.

This developer diary shows of the world of Dunwall. This is an awesome looking game and if you haven’t checked it out yet you need to start right now.

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Dishonored October 9 in North America, October 11 in Australia and October 12 throughout Europe. It’ll be available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.


Obsidian Teasing New Game “Project X”

Posted on September 11, 2012 by Joshua Rust

Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Fallout: New Vegas and Dungeon Siege 3, has released a teaser image of a new game codenamed “Project X”.

No word on what the project is as of this moment, but rumors have been swirling around about a Fallout 4. Obsidian is also supposed to be working on a game for the Wheel Of Time novels by Robert Jordan. This could also be a new Dungeon Siege title or something completely new. Time will only tell, but speculation has began on the Obsidian forums.

My guess, and this is pure speculation, is Fallout 4. The reason I say this is because of the Ouroboros symbol in the picture – which is a name of a town in the cancelled Fallout game that they were supposed to be working on while at Black Isle. What do you all think?

EDIT 9/13/12 I now retract my statement about it being Fallout 4. After the last few days of watching it count down on the Obsidian site…I have no freaking clue what this game is! lol



Jump Back Into Battlefield 3 With The Premium Edition

Posted on September 11, 2012 by Seung Lee

Don’t let the fact that Battlefield 4 is being worked on stop you from checking out the third game. Starting today, Battlefield 3 Premium Edition will be available on the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC for the cost of $59.99 (used to be 10 bucks more before EA had a change of heart, strange). Now, if you’re wondering why you should even think about picking up the Premium Edition, keep in mind that it’ll come with a membership for Battlefield Premium (it’s like Call of Duty Elite, but much better in my opinion), which’ll give you free access to a ton of expensive map packs.

In addition to the membership, Battlefield 3 Premium Edition will also come with a “Multiplayer Head-Start Kit” that automatically unlocks 15 different weapons, gadgets, and vehicle upgrades, so new players won’t have to worry about starting off with lackluster equipment. So if you haven’t tried BF3 yet, and you want to, now’s the time to do so. For more info, visit the game’s official site here.


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