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SUNDAY JUST ANNOUNCED Dōmo arigatō, Mr. Roboto > If piloting giant walking robots across hostile alien planets, with only your A.I. for company, is your thing (and let’s face it, who hasn’t fantasized about this), then your circuits should be ablaze with anticipation for Vox Machinae. READ MORE
MONDAY NEWS Mojang’s Scrolls Officially Released > It was a few years ago now that we saw a teaser for Mojang’s new property, Scrolls. Actually it was over four years ago. Well, fast forward to a few days before now, and Mojang has officially released Scrolls for PC, Mac and Android tablets. READ MORE
TUESDAY NEWS Meet Ciri > While female assassins are apparently too hard to program, it would appear that female Witchers are not. After teasing a female playable character for The Witcher 3 some months ago, CD Projekt have finally unveiled Ciri, a Witcher with Elven lineage and the ability to both heal and destroy the world she inhabits. READ MORE
WEDNESDAY JUST ANNOUNCED Rejoice with New DmC Release Overload > Capcom have just announced a one-two punch of Devil May Cry HD mayhem, the first blow coming on March 17th of 2015 with the release of DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition for PS4 and Xbox One, the finisher being the release of Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition for PS4 and Xbox One in Q4 2015. READ MORE
THURSDAY NEWS Online Heists are coming to Los Santos > After what has seemed like an eternity of promises GTA Online is one step closer to finally getting the much hyped heists feature. Initially promised at launch over 12 months ago, Online Heists have been almost like a holy grail for Rockstar’s impressive online world. The heists in the single player mode were exceptional so the thought of being able to plan and execute a flawless robbery with a group of friends had people salivating. READ MORE
FRIDAY NEWS Can’t deny the Hatred > Hatred has been riding a wave of pre-release criticism due its depiction of a misanthropic anti-hero gunning down a stream of civilians just because he can. Polish Game studio, Descructive Creations, has also released comments cannily protesting outrage at peoples’ reactions to fan the flames of their pre-release hype and publicity. READ MORE