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Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for July 2016 any good?

Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for July 2016 any good? It’s time for some new free games as the Xbox Games With Gold scheme prepares to deliver four new free titles for all Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers to get their hands on.But whilst we’ve seen the quality of the scheme tail off somewhat over recent months, can the offerings for July 2016 bring a much needed summer boost?

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII and Red, White and Blue Abita beers - Beeps and Beers

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII and Red, White and Blue Abita beers - Beeps and Beers As for the game?I will no doubt continue to play it regularly over the following weeks.

5 indie games that opened my EGX 2016 mind

5 indie games that opened my EGX 2016 mind The Eurogamer Expo 2016 brought many games to thousands of gamers’ lives.There were VR titles, there were big AAA titles and there were a ton of lovingly created smaller indie titles begging to be given an opportunity.

Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for October 2016 any good?

Are the free Xbox Games With Gold titles for October 2016 any good? So you can’t really blame the team back at Xbox HQ for delivering a bevy of Games With Gold titles that really do fail to enthuse many.In fact, whilst the free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games given away during September were pretty damn decent, October’s free titles will quite possibly go down as one of the worst combination of Games With Gold titles this year.

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World of Darkness Interactive Fiction Titles Released

World of Darkness Interactive Fiction Titles Released Calling them "preludes" to more World of Darkness video games to come, White Wolf surprised us today with the release of two new "interactive fiction" titles for two separate and highly regarded properties - Mage: The Ascension and Vampire: The Masquerade.Subtitled "Refuge" and "We Eat Blood", respectively, the titles are meant to show that "stories in World of Darkness don't shy away from tough questions or contemporary issues.

"Making PC's Most Complex Games" Roundtable Discussion

"Making PC's Most Complex Games" Roundtable Discussion PC Gamer caught up with industry veterans Warren Spector, Harvey Smith, Ricardo Bare, Tom Francis, and Steve Gaynor - the designers of iconic titles such as Deus Ex, Dishonored, BioShock, System Shock 2, and Ultima Underworld - for about "making PC's most complex games" at this year's GDC.There are a number of topics covered, with many of the designers bringing up key moments in the aforementioned titles and how certain gameplay options left a lasting impression on them, so it's well worth taking in if you want to compare notes from your own experiences.