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You can brave the storm-ravaged lands of Sera this fall.
"Headed to PC sometime this spring" apparently means the first of March.
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Following yesterday's announcement of a Tomb Raider bundle, Microsoft has shown off another deal.
There's a new Xbox One bundle available for pre-order and it will include the remastered Gears of War.
Wondering if a new Gears of War would show up at E3 this year? Worry no longer; Rod Fergusson has confirmed that the NEXT Gears of War will be featured at E3 2015.
There's been no official confirmation yet, but there are apparently people playing the game right now, and a video has appeared of multiplayer.
Ready At Dawn, a studio comprised of many former Naughty Dog and Blizzard employees, has made a name for itself by delivering high quality, linear, narrative-driven experiences that push at the technological boundaries of their platforms, and their first original IP upholds these core pillars with style to spare. The Order: 1886 marks the first time that Ready At Dawn has had full creative control over a project, being previously known for two exceptional God of War titles and the Daxter spin-off for PSP.
While playing through the game for review, it has been both entertaining and depressing to watch the game being picked apart for being exactly what RAD promised. The Order's cinematic ambitions and linear thrill ride gameplay go against the established grain of what many gamers want out of a new-generation experience and what game design courses are currently teaching.
Epic Games' Founder, Tim Sweeney, has announced that from here on Unreal Engine 4 is FREE. This is big news for aspiring and experienced game developers, whether working on projects that are commercial, independent, or educational. Unreal was the technology of choice for many developers of the last generation, powering games like the Gears of War series, the Mass Effect trilogy, the Batman: Arkham series, the BioShock franchise, DmC: Devil May Cry, and countless others.
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