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Guardians of the Galaxy getting their own playset in Disney Infinity 2.0

You had to figure it was coming, with the Guardians of the Galaxy movie set to open in theaters next week, but it’s official: Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon will be getting their own playset in Disney Infinity 2.0. Check out the trailer below.

The playset will not only contain the five playable characters from the movie, but will also support two crossover characters: Iron Man (from the Avengers playset) and Nova (from the Spider-Man playset). Collecting 10 tokens during the campaign unlocks the crossover characters, which have their own unique missions. The playset will take story cues from both the movie and the current comics run, and has plenty of items to unlock in the Toy Box Mode. These items include:

Gamora’s space armor for added protection against enemies

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The Walking Dead: Season Two- Episode 4 “Amid the Ruins”- Tough decisions during tough times

The penultimate episode of The Walking Dead: Season Two has arrived, and for the most part it’s a doozy. Picking up where the end of Episode 3, “In Harm’s Way”, left off, “Amid the Ruins” finds our heroine Clementine and her fellow survivors in dire straits, surrounded by a walker herd. A tough choice comes almost immediately, and they don’t get much easier as the episode goes on. There may even be times where you cringe at your decisions, making you wonder how you could decide such things. As it has for this season of Telltale Games The Walking Dead your choices always seem to be between bad and worse, and do you let morals dictate your pick or do you choose the more practical approach and base things on your continued survival...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition delayed until November

Those looking forward to Bioware’s epic fantasy RPG will have to wait a little longer. According to a blog post and as reported by Kotaku, the game will now be shifting from the very busy month of October to November 18. Executive producer Mark Darrah explained.

“I’m writing to let you know that Dragon Age: Inquisition has a new release date of November 18, 2014 in North America (November 21st in EU). We appreciate the enormous support we’ve received from all of you to get to this point, and while this extra few weeks may not seem like a lot, I know the game you’ll play will be all the better for it.

“Since we began working on Dragon Age: Inquisition almost four years ago, our goal was to create the best Dragon Age experience ever...

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New for the week of Monday, July 21, 2014

It may be a small week, games wise, but there are two additions worth noting. The penultimate episode of Telltale Games The Walking Dead: Season Two arrives in “Amid the Ruins”. Those looking for further ways to die in Drangleic can experience the first chapter in the Dark Souls II DLC The Lost Crowns Trilogy in Crown of the Sunken King. PS4 users can take a new trip to Oddworld with Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty. On the home video front, viewers can watch the story of a boy who claims to have seen Heaven in Heaven is For Real. Johnny Depp becomes a digital deity threatening mankind in Transcendence, Arnold Schwarzenegger takes on drug dealers in Sabotage, and Deunan Knute and  Briareos return in the third film of the anime franchise Appleseed in Appleseed Alpha...

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Episode 4 of The Walking Dead: Season Two arriving next week

Telltale Games has announced when we can play the next episode in The Walking Dead: Season Two. Take a look at the trailer below (trailer courtesy of GamesHQMedia).

The penultimate episode, entitled “Amid the Ruins”, will release on Tuesday, July 22 for PC, Macintosh, and North American PS3 and Vita owners. July 23 sees it released for European Sony owners as well as for Xbox 360. Those playing the iOS version get the episode July 24.

Stay tuned for our review following the episode’s release.

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Abyss Odyssey- A fun and at times frustrating descent into the pit

abysso2Developer ACE team, the folks behind Rock of Ages and Zeno Clash, are back with a new game that’s part roguelike dungeon crawler and part fighter. Abyss Odyssey combines the two with procedurally generated dungeons and enemies with a full set of fighting moves that takes its visual design cues from Art Noveau and Chilean folklore. It’s spurred along by a decent story with some interesting revelations against nicely done visuals and with some great music to accompany you on your journey into the depths. I’ll say right off the bat this game will not be for everybody. While the game does save at certain points, it only saves your experience points, level of your character, and your gold that you’ve acquired...

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Mortal Kombat X- Raiden trailer

A new trailer has been released showcasing Raiden for Mortal Kombat X. Take a look below (trailer courtesy of MKIceAndFire).

As you can see, Raiden has three distinct forms of play, making him a formidable opponent. While he figures into the story line for Mortal Kombat X as a key figure, he will not be as central to the plot as he was in the previous entry to the series.

Mortal Kombat X is set for release sometime in 2015 for the PS3, PS4, PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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New releases for the week of Monday, July 14, 2014

Very, very slim pickings this week. Good week for those who want to catch up on their backlogs, or finally get around to play an earlier title that you missed. Only two games for the week, one for the PS4 and one for the PC. Elsewhere, we have the family film Rio 2 landing on home video, along with the sci-fi flick Under the Skin. In theaters this week we get Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel making a Sex Tape (and then trying to get it back), the planes returning for another family flick from Disney in Planes: Fire & Rescue, and crime gets a free pass again for a night in The Purge: Anarchy. Time now for this week’s list and , need I remind you, release dates are subject to change.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014


Crimsonland- PS4

Shantae Risky’s Revenge- PC


Rio 2

Under the Skin


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Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay demos

Dragon Age: Inquisition is shaping up to be one of this year’s hotly anticipated and ambitious titles. Two trailers below give you a look at the gameplay, featuring commentary from Bioware creative director Mike Laidlaw. The first deals with the Hinterlands, and the second with Redcliffe Castle.

Stay tuned for more on this ambitious RPG from Bioware and publisher EA.

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Sniper Elite III- The perfect shot satisfies (single player campaign review)

Sniper Elite V-2 prose3-2ved to be a sometimes satisfying WW2 game, but was often hampered by linear design for the missions and an inconsistent enemy AI. Now Rebellion and 505 Games have released a sequel. Sniper Elite III addresses some of the problems of its predecessor, though it doesn’t quite fix them all. Enemy AI is still a mixed bag, as foes can go from oblivious to preternaturally able to track you down and home in on your location within an instant. Enemies homing in often results in large firefights, though if you can relocate swiftly and far enough from your discovered position they’ll soon give up searching, allowing you to return to your previous spot and snipe merrily away. Other times you can kill an enemy right next to another, without the other batting an eye...

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