Day: November 29, 2011

Scalebound First Prototype Had Dinosaurs Instead Of Dragons, Microsoft "Very Interested" About It

Scalebound First Prototype Had Dinosaurs Instead Of Dragons, Microsoft “Very Interested” About It Looks like Scalebound has been in Hideki Kamiya’s mind for much more than a couple of years. As he stated in an interview with Metro, it was one of the first prototype ever made at Platinum Games, along with Bayonetta and a few others he didn’t name. An interesting detail about Scalebound is that, initially, it wasn’t supposed to include dragons but dinosaurs. The basic idea was to create a huge fantasy world where the player could meet gigantic creatures and do something more than just...

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iPhoto ’13 rumours, release date, leaked images

iPhoto ’13 rumours, release date, leaked images When is the next version of Apple iPhoto for Mac coming out? We’ve gathered all the rumours and clues about iPhoto ’13 (or iPhoto ’14 etc), its release date, new features and updated design. For iOS, new iPhone, iPad or iPod touch users can get the iPhoto app for free. If you got your iPhone before 18 September, though, you’ll have to pay £2.99 for the app. Follow David Price on Twitter | Follow Macworld UK on Twitter See also: iMac reviews | Mac mini reviews | Mac Pro reviews | MacBook Air reviews | MacBook Pro reviews How to transfer photos from your...

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Tom Clancy's: The Division Survey Suggests New Cities And DLC Are In The Making

Tom Clancy’s: The Division Survey Suggests New Cities And DLC Are In The Making Ubisoft has very recently posted a The Division based survey asking players about their preferences in matter of DLC, new cities for the game and even more, suggesting the publisher is already in the planning phase for new and extensive additional content, or even a sequel, to the acclaimed MMO shooter/RPG. The survey is actually split into two parts, the first being a very standard one (asking about people’s gender, gaming genre preferences and more), while the second is pretty interesting and has the publisher...

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Wizardry Online Making a Comeback? 

Wizardry Online Making a Comeback?  Remember Wizardry Online? If you’re in the West and you don’t, I’m not surprised. Published by Sony Online Entertainment in the West, Wizardry Online was based on the long running IP and focused on a more “hardcore” gameplay where death had repercussions. It closed down in the West back in July of 2014. Every time an MMO closes down, we hear rumors of players trying to revive the game, but it isn’t every day that those attempts are also taken seriously by a company that might be able to make the revival happen. SuBa...

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Dragon Nest EU Closed Beta Starting February 27

Dragon Nest EU Closed Beta Starting February 27 The European Dragon Nest launch is way overdue. Better late than never. Right? Right? The European Dragon Nest launch is way overdue. Several Asian countries got it in 2010, and the North American and South East Asian servers launched in 2011. The wait has been so long that most of the European gamers who wanted to play the game already invested their time into the South East Asian server. But hey — it’s better than no European release at all. eFusion MMOG GmbH is publishing Dragon Nest in the region after...

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