Archive for November, 2013

[Giveaway] Proteus

Ceidz did a review for Proteus, and he found that the game was a unique experiment on the PSN, and that the procedurally generated world is fun to discover. Curve Studios managed to provide us with two codes for the game, and it is now GO TIME for this giveaway!

This giveaway will end on December 10.

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[PS3/Vita Review] A-Men 2

Prepare yourself for another journey through series of new worlds, featuring multiple challenges with many ways to pass a level and resolve puzzles. Highly tactical, completely addictive, A-MEN 2 is easy to play but still hard to master. Did you miss our special division? Guess what? It’s back in A-men 2! A-MEN 2, continuation of well-received military strategy for PlayStation®Vita system/ PlayStation®3 system, which allows you to hang out with your good, old friends once more. Atom, Antler, Anaconda, Aurelius and Aardvark are ready and waiting to destroy hordes of A-Droids again. So don’t let them wait! A-MEN 2 is bringing you four brand new worlds full of enemies, traps and puzzles. Also our brave soldiers got some new skills. You’re not convinced? You said that A-MEN part one was so easy? Try us! A-MEN 2 will give you more challenges than you expect. So don’t be afraid and put our troopers in action.

Key Features

• Five playable character classes – Aardvark (Spy), Aurelius (Muscleman), Anaconda (Commando), Antler (Engineer), Atom (Private).

• Brand new character skills – Spy; disarm droids when sneaking from behind. Engineer; able to disarm landmines. Private; can pick up disarmed landmines and place them in different locations. Commando; can use jetpacks to reach new locations. Muscleman; can both intimidate and taunt enemies.

• Three new worlds – Night Missions, Suburbs, Hidden Labs. Each much larger and more complex than the levels in the original game.

• More stages – 44 in total, up from 40 in the original A-Men.

• Bigger & tougher – more challenging than the first game with at least 20 hours needed to complete it.

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[PS Vita Review] Dragon’s Crown

Dragon’s Crown is a multiplayer hack and slash beat ‘em up game with breathtaking visual style, a design built around cooperative play and epic boss fights, and the ability to discover a new adventure in every play session. With Dragon’s Crown, developer Vanillaware deftly marries stunning hand-drawn and animated art work with deep, action-packed hardcore gameplay. Dragon’s Crown allows up to four players to team up online to clear out monster-ridden dungeons, discover precious treasure, and destroy awe-inspiring bosses. Its unique, highly replayable design means that every time players can boot up and log on, they can expect a different experience and hours upon hours of satisfying adventuring. Unparalleled in their unique style, developer Vanillaware painstakingly hand-paints every detail, be it a blade of grass or the scales on the game’s impressive dragons. The game becomes a lush, vibrant storybook come to life when everything starts to animate in gorgeous full HD.

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[PS3 Review] Grand Theft Auto V

Los Santos: a sprawling sun-soaked metropolis full of self-help gurus, starlets and fading celebrities, once the envy of the Western world, now struggling to stay afloat in an era of economic uncertainty and cheap reality TV.

Amidst the turmoil, three very different criminals plot their own chances of survival and success: Franklin, a former street gangster, now looking for real opportunities and serious money; Michael, a professional ex-con whose retirement is a lot less rosy than he hoped it would be; and Trevor, a violent maniac driven by the chance of a cheap high and the next big score. Running out of options, the crew risks everything in a series of daring and dangerous heists that could set them up for life.

The biggest, most dynamic and most diverse open world ever created, Grand Theft Auto V blends storytelling and gameplay in new ways as players repeatedly jump in and out of the lives of the game’s three lead characters, playing all sides of the game’s interwoven story.

All the classic hallmarks of the groundbreaking series return, including incredible attention to detail and Grand Theft Auto’s darkly humorous take on modern culture, alongside a brand new and ambitious approach to open world multiplayer.

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