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Eminence: Xander's Tales

If you're a fan of RPGs then Eminence: Xander's Tales may tickle your fancy. But this isn't just any RPG game, oh no. This RPG is a card collecting role playing adventure which takes place in a world where fantasy and science collide!

The game looks very interesting indeed and you should check out the trailer below. But in order for the game to get released, the Kickstarter must be met. So Aeteran Studios need your help!

With over half of the set goal...

Microsoft Announces Windows 10

Today Microsoft officially unveiled the latest version of its traditional computer operating system, curiously called Windows 10.

Touted as the company's "most comprehensive platform, ever," Windows 10 stresses a single product family, platform, and store. While the announcement covered quite a bit in terms of enterprise customers, general consumers have some changes to look forward to as well—one of which is an updated and familiar Start Menu.

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Play Battlefield 4 Free on PS3 Now

PlayStation 3 players can download a free Battlefield 4 trial that will last for one week, complete with every mode and update the game has had up to this point.

The trail can be found on the PS Store under "Full Game Trial" later today, next to the Battlefield 4 digital copy. The trial includes both single player and multiplayer, which can host up to 64 players in competitive play.

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Will Survival Horror Mount A Comeback With The Evil Within?

I’ll never, ever forget the first time I played Resident Evil on PlayStation. I was in the seventh grade, and the game had just launched on PlayStation. A friend of mine begged his mother to take us to the local video store to grab it, at which point we rented it, put the disc in our console, and proceeded to a play a game that, up to that point, was wholly unique, if not unprecedented. I was all about...

DISNEY INFINITY 2.0: MARVEL SUPER HEROES REVIEW

Last year’s Disney Infinity brought toys to life without ever forgetting the fun of playing with toys. In that version, it’s not unusual to find Mr. Incredible riding the Muppet mobile around Cinderella’s castle firing a toilet-paper gun. The core playsets, meanwhile, are great in a different way - they expose kids to a variety of gameplay experiences, from hack-and-slash combat to naval warfare, skateboarding, and stealth.

For Disney Infinity 2.0, I expected a major...

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments Review

As far as games go, famed detective Sherlock Holmes has never looked or played better than he does in Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments. The latest in developer Frogwares’ adventure series uses Unreal Engine 3 for a much-needed graphics upgrade. The more disappointing news is that Holmes’ final deductions are based largely on a web of circumstantial evidence.

Crimes and Punishments takes place over the course of six perplexing, well-written cases that give...

6 More of the Greatest Game Demos Ever

Like many of you demos were a big part of my childhood and adolescence. Demos, and terrible, terrible shorts. That was back during the golden age of demo discs, back when they were everywhere – on the front of magazines, included with your new console, or even handed over to you for simply buying a pizza. Memorable demos became rarer over the years but there was still the occasional gem that went the extra mile to make a great impression.

Earlier last month we put together a short ode...