Fantasy role playing games are very popular at the moment with the likes of LORD OF THE RINGS and recently released SKYRIM. It looks like we can't get enough of fairies, Goblins, over developed men and women, waving swords about and being all profound and humourless (there's no place for comedy in the fantasy world).
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During an interview with EA’s games boss Frank Gibeau, he has explained how BioWare’s new project is going to face WoW head on for a chunk of its subscribers with EA’s MMORPG Star Wars: The Old Republic. EA have no intention of sneaking around their foe, and instead are directly pushing their game out into . . . → Read More: BioWare vs Blizzard inside a nutshell!
Medal of Honor brings the action to the future, focusing on missions based around real military operations that occurred in Afghanistan in 2002. From the start, it becomes clear that EA has attempted to remove the Hollywood trappings and instead focus on a grittier, real look. The narrative is fast paced and involves constant . . . → Read More: Medal of Honor Video Game Review
The newest addition to the downloadable content family for Dragon Age: Origins, Leliana’s Song, takes place before the actual Blight and has us following the steps of a pre-Chantry Leliana. Now, some folks have complained about the French-sounding bard that followed them around, but I actually found her to be charming and particularly amusing.
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Just when you finish convincing yourself that the industry is nothing more than a simple machine regurgitating old games with shinier graphics and online multiplayer, a handful of hopeful new IPs come along that give you that fleeting glimpse of hope and progress. Even among its first generation of exclusives, Sony’s Playstation 3 was producing . . . → Read More: Playstation 3: The Best New IPs of 2007 and The Most Anticipated of 2008