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By Venger, February 28, 2013 0

Sequel to the devilishly dark and notoriously unforgivable Dark Souls, From Sofwares Dark Souls II looks to continue dishing out the punishment. Though there are some concerns about the game being “mainstreamed” which were precipitated but the replacement of Hidetaka Miyazaki, who directed Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, the atmosphere seems to be spot on. Miyazaki has stated that he will remain as a supervisor and have some creative input on the games direction, though how much remains to be seen. Miyazaki also has gone on record saying that despite the… Read More »

By Venger, February 28, 2013 0

This is an extended look at inXile’s upcoming post apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2.  The video gives a detailed look at where they currently are in development and shows an extremely promising preview of the gameplay style that has been implemented.  It seems to hold true to the vision that was laid out by the developer at the outset of the project and should appeal to anyone who loved the original or either of the earlier Fallout titles.  

By Venger, February 27, 2013 0

There are few games that have come to represent their entire genre more than the Diablo series.  After many years, Blizzard Entertainment has unleashed the sequel to the legendary Diablo II:  Lord of Destruction.  Gameplay provides the familiar mouse workout that fans expect with a revised skill and character progression system.  Diablo III also brings back some of the character classes from previous installments as well as debuting others all of which are featured in the video above.

By Venger, February 27, 2013 0

If there is one thing the Elder Scrolls series has been historically known for it would have to be the world that Bethesda crafts for each game.  With an attention to detail that helps to create numerous rewarding moments for the patient explorer and a scope that knows few rivals in the world of RPG’s, these gaming landscapes rightfully have earned the label of epic.  Skyrim takes the design philosophy that was a trademark of both Morrowind and Oblivion and builds off of that tried and true formula.

By Venger, February 26, 2013 0

The intro scene from the first Witcher was one of the best openings for a RPG I had seen for quite a while.  It had high production qualities and really set the tone for the great game that was to follow.  CD Projekt Red did not disappoint with the Assassins of Kings, the second game in the Witcher trilogy.  Not only did the game itself expand on what made the first game such a guilty pleasure, but the intro for The Witcher 2 was certainly none to shabby.