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  1. Not a fan at all, but I've always found Morrissey's interviews good value for money and always considered him to be self-aware and at least having a sense of his own ridiculousness. I'm really taken aback by how defensive and unable to take criticism he is in this video. I never thought I'd hear Morrissey, of all people, refer to journalists as "haters", for goodness sake, and his moaning about his record not being played because of some organised conspiracy against him is just pitiful, paranoid and completely off base. The stuff he says about journalists having an agenda against h
  2. Welcome to the future! I know this is being discussed elsewhere, but it's something that definitely needs it's own thread in order to give people the heads-up of which games are being released with them in. Today, and in the future. It seems the vast majority of Xbone First Party have some element of micro-transactions. The most egregious example being Crimson Dragon. Here is a title that should have been a great short arcade experience, packed with re-playability through design. Instead the title has been bloated out and micro-transactions inserted. Forza too has a token-buying system in or
  3. Amnesia: The Dark Descent developers Frictional Games have announced their upcoming horror game, SOMA, due in 2015 for the PC and PS4. This is what they've been working on while they let The Chinese Room play ghost stories with A Machine for Pigs: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2013-10-11-amnesia-dev-reveals-soma-for-pc-and-playstation-4
  4. So that's that then.
  5. Surprised I couldn't find a thread on this, even though it was announced back in April. Anyway, introducing "Zwei" (project title), the new survival horror game by survival horror's greatest director Shinji Mikami. The game's being developed by Mikami's own studio Tango Gameworks, in co-operation with Bethesda Softworks. Besides this, not much else is known about this project which should hit the shelves somewhere in late 2013. This is how the studio is pitching the whole thing: This is what the man himself had to say about his latest brainchild:
  6. (2D image of Nintendo 3DS game) No official thread on this'un yet, so with the release of a number of trailers and some more info at GamesCom 2011, I thought it was about time. E3 2011 trailer. http://www.gametrailers.com/video/e3-2011-resident-evil/715275 GamesCom 2011 trailer (feat. Conan O'Brien?). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcsOztnzF-w Gameplay vids from GamesCom 2011. GamesCom 2011 factsheet.
  7. I'm surprised not to find a topic on this game. Just saw a trailer in another thread and it looks very interesting. Clearly H. R. Giger inspired even if they don't mention it in the Kickstarter, but that's what piqued my interest.
  8. PS5? PS4 Pro 2? Vita 2? PSVR Headset Ver 2.0? (It will almost certainly not be as exciting as any of these options) Cast your bets! I'm going with PS5, coming 2018, World's Most Powerful console. Most likely going to be announced/revealed at Paris Games Week.
  9. Considering this game is due out next week, it seems a case of secret by name, secret by nature. I know top-cat has participated in a few of the beta weekends so hopefully he can chime in with some thoughts and impressions. In a time when fantasy MMOs seem to be dime a dozen, you'd think an MMO that tries to break the mould (in setting, if not gameplay), would stand out from the crowd but it truly seems as though there is next to no buzz at all for this game. Perhaps it's the curse of Funcom; perhaps people have MMO burnout or perhaps the game just hasn't been marketed enough. Whatever the rea
  10. I've no interest whatsoever in the full 3D horror game Lucius but this demake that's on sale right now caught my eye with it's C64 colour pallette and despite some minor things that wouldn't be able to be done on the C64 (zooms and that font size) I've had a great time playing it so far. It's a little rigid to begin with but it opens up, becoming a little confusing until you understand how the house is laid out. Like it's bigger brother this game is about playing a 70's style demon child, wandering around a house doing chores to appear to be good while setting up situations to kill
  11. An esports reality TV show starts tomorrow, with two teams of Counter Strike Global Offensive players competing to win a professional contract while living in the same house. It's got the potential to be profoundly awful, I can't wait.
  12. Speak your mind. (more like NoGAF amirite haha!)
  13. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/686144604/hellhunter I've just backed this on kickstarter after seeing the following gif From the looks of the trailer it seems to involve a Witcher 3 style game loop of investigating clues to discover what type of creature you're hunting, and then picking the right weapon/strategy to get rid of it. It looks unlikely that it'll meet its goal at this point, but I figured it was worth telling people about as it looks fucking superb!
  14. Having played the demo and jumped out of my skin several times I'm not entirely sure why I got this, but I really enjoyed Until Dawn so why not. Just finished the first 3 levels with headphones in and turned up. Actually shaking now. It was fun in the way I assume people find other horror stuff fun (never been a horror fan, normally I nope away immediately ) . Bugger me though if I wasn't jumpy as hell - even when the jumps scares are heavily signposted, the timings and proximity in VR shit me up every time. Also, squealing pigs at that volume can do one.
  15. https://youtu.be/PEi7VX5KAUI Horror comes in various forms, what I may find scary others might find it boring. The scares are even more intensified when watched at four in the morning every morning, with the lights off in the whole house and the factor of fright being the highest it can get. This is what I got down to out of the 29 movies I saw leading up to Halloween.
  16. I don't know if you folks are aware of Shudder but it has just launched in the UK. It is a streaming service just like Netflix but dedicated solely to the horror genre. I've been using the service for about a week now and love it, I just thought I would post this here as a heads-up to anyone who might be interested but not aware of it, you can sign up for a seven day trial, perfect for some halloween viewing at the very least. https://www.shudder.com/ How Shudder choose what they stream - http://www.denofgeek.com/uk/other/shudder/44558/shudder-colin-geddes-and-sam-zimme
  17. http://www.sonicretro.org/2015/06/sonic-boom-fire-ice-announced/ Well, the 3DS version of Boom wasn't completely broken at least, to their...credit? DAY ONE
  18. I don't get to watch many movies these days. Over the last few months, I have occasionally managed to watch a couple of films on Netflix, generally over the course of a few nights after my kid has gone to bed. At this time of night I actively avoid anything I think will be too deep or interesting, and gravitate towards mindless fare. I don't have the energy to properly enjoy anything that's actually good. As a result, I've watched Creed (pretty good, a generally satisfying reboot of the Rocky franchise with a lot of heart and a sackfull of lovely cliches, but completely forgettable) Captai
  19. This is an actual video game launching September 14th on the Xbox One All In One Entertainment system. I...dunno what to say really. The Giant Bomb Quick Look should be pure gold.
  20. From Nintendolife: Wii U eShop TAP TAP ARCADE 2 (RCMADIAX, €2.99 / £2.69) - This second mini collection includes SKEASY and also a new arrival called VOLCANO. We gave the former a modest recommendation in our review, and we'll see whether its companion in this bundle is red hot or rather dormant in fun. Sudoku and Permudoku (Diplodocus Games, €0.99 / £0.89) – Well, it's all in the name, with the classic number puzzles joined by a colour-based variation. There are 1000 puzzles, 500 of each with five difficulty settings, and we thought this was a competent effort in
  21. Nintendo's first 'non-wearable' is a sleep-tracking device How this will do them any good is beyond me. The next morning it will just say "Stop playing games before you go to bed". No one will ever buy a Wii U any more! Oh wait...
  22. Chivalry: Medieval Warfare What is it: - First Person Slasher - With a Multiplayer focus (A competitive multiplayer FPS). “You have a sword and you want to hurt some people.” - Basic concept of the game. And it works on that level but there is so much depth to the combat that you can become a master swordsman over time. The game is skill-based and controls like a FPS, but instead of guns and grenades, players are given swords, shields, maces, battleaxes and longbows. Set in a fictional yet gritty and realistic world, players will fight in fast paced online battles besieging castles, raiding me
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