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Tales of Xillia 2: Becoming a Better Person

Long gone are the days when an RPG could get away with a linear progression system, with characters simply learning skills at predefined levels.

Instead, these days we see all manner of different takes on the traditional “level up” system — and a few games that abandon it altogether in favour of alternative means of progression. 1,524 more words


Playstation 4 News: New Destiny Trailer Showcases Playstation Exclusives

We are now less then two weeks away from the launch of Bungie’s new game ‘Destiny’ is released on Playstation 4 and Playstation 3. Bungie have now released a new trailer which showcases all the exclusive content that will be on Playstation at launch: 44 more words


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Escape Dead Island Release Date Announced

Escape Dead Island, a third-person game that takes you to the zombie-infested island of Narapala, will be released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on November 18. 81 more words

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Playstation 3 News: ESCAPE Dead Island release date and Dead Island 2 beta access

Deep Silver today confirms the release of  ESCAPE Dead Island, a third-person single-player survival mystery spin-off that unravels the origins of the zombie outbreak and tells of the events behind the multi-million-seller Dead Island and the recently announced successor Dead Island 2. 234 more words


Playstation News: September's PSN Plus Line Up Revealed

The September PS Plus line up for Playstation 4, Playstation 3 and PS Vita have been revealed by the Playstation Blog. Some great games to add to the instant game collection that PS Plus gives its members. 137 more words


The Walking Dead: Season Two – Episode 5 review – No Going Back

Telltale’s zombie apocalypse reaches the end of its second season, but can its finale match the emotion of the unforgettable first one?

The first season of The Walking Dead games won numerous game of the year awards back in 2012, and although we didn’t give it that accolade it was certainly amongst our top 20 of that year. 901 more words