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A Happy Ending Filled with Nazis – Talking Wolfenstein II with Game Director Jens Matthies
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A Happy Ending Filled with Nazis – Talking Wolfenstein II with Game Director Jens Matthies
As one of the founders and creative director of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus development studio Machine Games, Jens Matthies has a long history developing first-person shooters. With titles like The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004) and The Darkness (2007) making up a small part of his impressive resume. With The New Colossus due for release later this month, we had the chance to speak at length with Jens about his history and thoughts on the genre that has been the focal point of his impressive career.

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Call of Duty: WWII and Assassin's Creed Origins - Battle of the Live Action Trailers
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Call of Duty: WWII and Assassin's Creed Origins - Battle of the Live Action Trailers
Or, battle of the vastly different marketing strategies. With Call of Duty going back to its World War II roots one might expect a live-action trailer that aims to hit the same sombre but heroic tone of something like Band of Brothers. Not so. What we get instead is a bunch of dudes getting the band back together in order to totally COD-it-up bro. Yeah, a big.. what?

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60+ PlayStation VR Tiles Are Still On Their Way for 2017 and 2018
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60+ PlayStation VR Tiles Are Still On Their Way for 2017 and 2018
Including PlayStation VR support for big titles like Gran Turismo Sport, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR , and a number of impressive looking indies like the sound-based thriller Stifled and the virtual horror of The Inpatient. The showcase, which you can check out in full over at the PlayStation Blog, highlights Sony's commitment to VR as part of the PlayStation family.

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DOOM. Nintendo Switch. November 10. Hells Yeah.
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DOOM. Nintendo Switch. November 10. Hells Yeah.
When Bethesda and id Software announced that DOOM was coming to Nintendo Switch a lot of people immediately took note. One, it's an awesome game. Two, the Nintendo Switch hits the sweet spot between portable and console gaming. And today, we've got official word that DOOM is all set to hit the Switch on November 10. Hells yeah.

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Destiny 2 Hits PC Next Week, Here's the Impressive Launch Trailer
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Destiny 2 Hits PC Next Week, Here's the Impressive Launch Trailer
With the PC release of Destiny 2 almost here, Activision and Bungie has released a PC-specific launch trailer highlighting the benefits of what looks to be the definitive version of the game - visually speaking. 4K resolution support, an uncapped frame-rate, mouse and keyboard key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, detailed visual settings, triple monitor support, and HDR. Yeah, we're keen to see just how it stacks up.

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World of Tanks ANZ Server Set to Go Live on November 1
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World of Tanks ANZ Server Set to Go Live on November 1
Great news for World of Tanks fans, with Wargaming confirming they are launching a local server for Australian and New Zealand players on November 1, 2017. Finally! With over with 130 million players worldwide the PC community for World of Tanks is nothing to sneeze at, so it's definitely good to see that Wargaming are committed to supporting the local scene.

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Measuring How Many Courics? - Our Full South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review
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Measuring How Many Courics? - Our Full South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review
Yeah, yeah, we may have given something important away in that headline, but we do oh-so love South Park's comedic history (even some of the more cringy stuff from waaaay back in the day). And South Park: The Fractured But Whole is everything you expect from the brand, coupled with fantastic RPG topes, rules and more.

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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the Middle Part of a Planned Trilogy
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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the Middle Part of a Planned Trilogy
And Wolfesntein III could bring back Mecha Hitler from the 1992 original! Last week we had the pleasure to speak at length with the Creative Director of Machine Games, Jens Matthies. A life long fan of id Software he began dreaming of game development as a child wanting to create immersive and cinematic worlds that players could explore. When Wolfenstein 3D rolled around in 1992 the promise of that dream began to look like a reality.

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The Evil Within 2 Review - True Survival Horror
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The Evil Within 2 Review - True Survival Horror
If there's one genre that can look to advances in technology as a way to improve an experience it's survival horror. Moody lighting, atmospheric surround sound, dynamic mist effects that can obscure and reveal exactly what the developers want, the genre has never been in a scarier or more frightening place. Which is to say that, The Evil Within 2 was not an easy game to review.

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Ahead of GT Sport's Upcoming Release, Watch this Video Looking Back on 20 Years of Gran Turismo
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Ahead of GT Sport's Upcoming Release, Watch this Video Looking Back on 20 Years of Gran Turismo
It's actually hard to fathom the Gran Turismo series is actually 20 years old this year. It means I've been playing games for probably way too long, but it's also arguably one of the best yardsticks by which we can measure just how far gaming has come -- both technically and design-wise -- as an ongoing, long-running source of theme and brand-consistent evidence.

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