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The information comes from the French journalist Mouloud Achour, who on Twitter to tell if the radio station FM Night Ride and the 80-tallsinspirierte Kavinsky, who is perhaps best known for having produced several songs in the film Drive, will be heard there. Whether he puts together radio station or just show up with music, was not evident, but Kavinsky said at least Achour with the equally cryptic message "Night Ride FM". Here is one of the songs from Drive - this is an indication of what they can expect.
It's soon lost count of all the times we were impressed over Minecraft users' tireless work ethic, not to mention the level of ambition in many of the amazing structures that have taken place in the game world. And it was probably only a matter of time before someone would start with a proper representation of the real world as well.
Using the program World Painter, "has lentebriesje" started to not only recreate, but in addition make playable, our own planet. Currently it is possible to download the continents of North America, South America, Australia and Europe (click the links), but we expect that the rest of the world follow suit in the future.
I was not so much online in ModDB years 2010 and 2011 and I did not write any blog or news before year 2012, so I had no more than 2,000 Profile Visitors, but in the year 2012 I started and create blogs and news about games, and a little about anime series. that was when it started when people began to visit my profile and people would ask me questions about the game and anime series.
So I want to thank all the people who have visited my profile and read my blogs and news, and I will continue with and create more blogs and news about games in year 2013. And I have made many good friends here on ModDB this year and I just want to wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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It's all about survival in the latest Tomb Raider. I have barely played for ten minutes and already poor Lara been burned, impaled by a pole, nearly drowned and been on the verge of freezing to death. She screams, groans and trembles, the brutal start is an awakening for both the young Lara, but also for the traditional Tomb Raider player who quickly learns that this is a different and far more brutal Tomb Raider experience than we have been accustomed to earlier.
Survival is a common topic among action games currently. One should survive zombie apocalypses, deadly virus or psychotic pirates in vacation paradise. The major trend in games these days are pale and fatalistic game worlds where they must rely on their primal instincts to survive. Perhaps it is our own safe community that compels us to awaken our primal basic needs through the game? A kind of longing for a life with real dangers, a need to feel that you live?
Crystal Dynamics has wound back the clock and reset icon Lara Croft. In place of the experienced and confident tit model with a pistol in each hand, we are introduced to a young and inexperienced archaeologist germinate who must use all his instincts for survival. It starts idyllic enough on a boat where Lara is part of an archaeological expedition, but the boat breaks down in a storm, and Lara and crew washed ashore on an island populated by psychotic cult members and wildlife.
The game's first minute set the tone, Lara immediately taken prisoner and must escape from the cave with the use of ingenuity and a few tap-instantly-button-on-screen sequences. Once out of the cave she fires up her first campfire to find the heat, and the fight for survival begins. I find a bow on a corpse in the woods, and can hunt animals - or villains.
The island seems divided into different areas that are related to each other through times or corridors. There is thus no large open game world that Far Cry 3, but a series of closed areas to explore. In return, these are full of details and discoveries. Taxes and items to collect are everywhere. Scrap metal can be collected to upgrade weapons and equipment. Animals can be shot and skinned to get experience points. Experience points result that one can buy new skills, which steadies aim, that we find more treasures in chests, dirty tricks in the melee, and so on.
Tomb Raider has embraced the reward carousel that characterize many modern games. There are X number of lights to shoot at levels X number of GPS transmitters to find X number of banners you can light the fire, X number of documents to collect, and so on. As the 100-percent-hunter I am, I feel very craving for exploring levels carefully to not miss any discoveries.
A key focus has also been introduced to help me find out. It works like detective vision in Batman games, or focus button in Hitman: Absolution. The surroundings are gray, and things that are of interest lit up. Personally, I think this button destroys little empathy for the game, it's far more fun to find things on your own than having to resort to a screen that gets the objects to light up
The main characters seem well designed, and the many between sequences of dialogue never feels intrusive or unnatural. Lara's development seems far more thoughtful than some brutal transition from American party boy cold killing machine for our hero in Far Cry 3 Lara has a vulnerable side, excellent voice acting and good animation can convey a protagonist who is forced to adapt to the realities on the island. I believe in her.
Moreover, it should be noted that the island has personality and a level of detail that almost make it a separate character in the game. Here is war ruins of World War II and even older ruins from Asian islanders. Panda and forests, bunkers and caves. Each area has its own atmosphere and the history behind the mysterious island communicated well via the environment.
After an hour enemies start in earnest to emerge. Combat is straightforward, the game has a sort of dynamic cover system that allows Lara popping down automatically if she is near the coverage. The combination of sneaking up and use bow to kill the guards and would gunfights with gun works fine. Lara is slow to operate when aiming with the gun, which means that you should plan a little when you are fighting, and not just run around enemies while firing wildly.
Fighting was no point for me. Tomb Raider seems to be at its best when exploring. Large open areas full of cliffs to climb on and abysses one should skip the Tomb Raider at its best. The graphics are brilliant and detailed, and I enjoy myself while I explore mountain villages, hidden underground stamps and woodlands.
After two and a half hours of Tomb Raider I'm ready for more. Lara's new adventure is far more personal and ambitious than previous games with game icon. The immediate danger is that her journey is too linear and bound - with a few open areas to explore and many narrow corridor levels with enemies to shoot, but the first few hours of the game seems to have found an optimal balance between exploration and action.
Ubisoft has for the first time elected a completely fictitious basis for action.
The expansion will focus on a new single-player story, how things have unfolded a bit different from what we are used to in the history books. Instead of being enlightened and popular president we know him as, Washington takes a slightly different direction, where he develops into a vicious tyrant who controls the U.S. with an iron hand. This action has nothing to do with the main story of Assassin's Creed games, and was designed for new players who find it hard to start the series.
According to Sony the game launches 7 May in the U.S., and we expect that the game will have about the same date here in Europe. Thus, it can potentially be the same date as one of the most anticipated games of 2013, Grand Theft Auto V, which will also be released this spring.
A new trailer from the game to be released 10 December, and you can obviously see it here on Spill.no as soon as it is published. Here you can see a trailer for the trailer:
The game launches on Playstation 3
While Electronic Arts has previously sat on the rights of the very popular Games Workshop board game Warhammer, which among other things resulted in the highly under-rated online role-playing game Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, has now passed the baton on to Sega and The Creative Assembly. There should be talking about the fantasy part of the universe, not science fiction section, Warhammer 40K, as THQ still own the rights.
The studio, which also celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, according to Sega have signed a contract for several games. A launch date for the first game was not given, except that it will happen after 2013 once.
The sources, who because of the plan's strictly secret character will not reveal his identity, claiming console will emerge in time for Christmas sales, not to mention Thanksgiving week, which is a key sales period in the U.S.. Microsoft reported to have sold the 750,000 Xbox consoles at this year's Thanksgiving week.
One of the sources says that Microsoft has not yet decided whether the unveiling of the console will take place at next year's E3 trade show in Los Angeles in June, or whether to implement a separate event for the occasion. This year's E3 is in other words more predictable than many editors probably wanted.
Microsoft has as usual not commented on the rumors. However, what is certain is that we will follow the console manufacturers are keeping a keen eye over the next few months and will have information about the new game machines as information slips out.
The Japanese edition of the book was already published along with The Legend of Zelda: The Skyward Sword, but translations take as known his time. The comprehensive directory provides a bunch of fun information about the development of the series, an official timeline for the games, as well as beautiful illustrations of Zelda artist Akira Himekawa.