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New Patch Available for Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut

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inXile got in touch with us to mention that they’ve now released the first patch for Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut to fix some of the issues the game had at launch. We really like Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut and didn’t run into any major bugs for the game, but we’re happy to see that gamers won’t run into any of the problems outlined after the break.

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[PS4 Review] Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut


Welcome to the Wasteland. Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is a no holds barred RPG that focuses on players’ choices, making it feel really unique when compared to everything else currently on the market. What about the original Wasteland? How come I haven’t heard of that? That’s because the original came out in 1988 on PC. The team went on to create a game I’m sure you have heard: Fallout was the spiritual successor of Wasteland. The team behind Fallout 1 and 2 are now back… are you ready?

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Choplifter Coming to PSN Tomorrow

Tomorrow, we’ll be able to get our hands on this old school-style helicopter shoot-em-up, which is best described as Nostalgia having “a baby with Awesome…” The original released years ago in 1982, but has been updated to today’s standards, while still keeping the familiar feel of these types of games. And it has zombies for those who like killing off the undead (ignore the oxymoron in that statement). You will be able to pick this one up for $15.


Hunted “Around Dark Corners” Trailer Shows More Behind the Scenes

Bethesda has so many great looking upcoming titles, that there are new goodies for us almost every day. Hunted: Demon’s Forge, is their, and inXile Entertainment’s, take on a new breed of dungeon crawler, and is looking great. This time, they take us deeper into the sound design in the game.

Pedro, hopefully we get an explanation on the “magically reloaded bow” sometime soon. 😆

Hunted is slated for release in North America on May 31, 2011 and across Europe on June 3, 2011.


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