beware your nemesis
Blizzard spoke with us recently about what separates the Diablo III: Reaper of Souls Ultimate Evil Edition experience over the PC and spoke about platform differences. Click here!
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We chat with friend of the site Cameron Lee about Dragon Age Inquisition's endgame content, theorycrafting, tactical play and much more. Click here for our interview!
welcome to you're doom
AusGamers got a 15-minute live sneak-peek at the totally reimagined Doom at this year's QuakeCon. Read our in-depth first-look impressions right here!
highway to the danger zone
We caught up with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's game director, Konrad Tomaszkiewicz, to talk all things Witcher, monsters and open-world! Click here!
Post by Dan @ 09:46am 03/07/14 | 0 Comments
Following the announcement that the crowdfunded action adventure game Dreamfall: Chapters had shifted to a five-part episodic model, developer Red Thread Games has released a trailer for the first installment, appropriately titled Reborn.

Dreamfall Chapters continues the story of The Longest Journey series of games developed at Funcom, led by Rangnar Toernquist, founder of Red Thread Games (but also still a Funcom employee), set in the parallel cyberpunk and fantasy worlds of Stark and Arcadia.

A new Steam page for the game now also features system requirements for the PC, Mac and Linux offerings, which are reasonable accessible, recommending a Quad Core i5 2.5GHz, only 4GB of system RAM, and a GPU with 1GB of VRAM. While Direct X 11 is recommended for Windows users, the game will still also support DX 9 and Windows XP.

Dreamfall Chapters Reborn is due this Spring (Northen Autumn 2014) on PC, Mac and Linux.













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