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The Order:1886 New Screens &  New Wii U Bundle Announced!

The Order:1886 New Screens & New Wii U Bundle Announced!


Remember we have a giveaway going on everyday this week on the show. For details watch today's episode and catch up on the day's biggest top stories including new game releases and a look at the stunning new screenshots from The Order: 1886.

Here's what we covered:

We get a first look at The Order: 1886 on next-gen. The environments are looking gorgeous.

You will be able to customize what color your achievements show up as.

The full story along with the ones we do know are making use of the new tech.

You'll get the best of both worlds in this new deluxe edition. Get pricing details and more.

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Latest on PlayStation 3

Final Borderlands 2 DLC Announced


Gearbox has announced the last piece of DLC for Borderlands 2. Due out on April 15, the final DLC will be called Sir Hammerlock vs. the Son of Crawmerax and will cost $2.99.

This will be the fifth Headhunter DLC for Borderlands 2 and will take place on an abandoned island resort. Sir Hammerlock has been kidnapped, and the Vault Hunters will need to rescue him by tracking a new type of varkid. In the end, they'll also get a chance to fight a new raid boss raid boss for the last time.

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Age of Wonders 3 Blends Fantasy and Sid Meier’s Civilization

Age of Wonders 3 Blends Fantasy and Sid Meier’s Civilization


You'd think it would have been easier to create a classic fantasy variation on Civilization. Substitute spell research for technology, Elves for Russians, and the same things that make Civ work should work in another world, right? Well, it hasn't quite been that easy. Several games have made the attempt, starting with 1994's Master of Magic, still considered the high point of the genre. Don't forget the ambitious failures, like Elemental: War of Magic, and solid, if not quite stunning games like Elemental's sequel, Fallen Enchantress. Fitting firmly in the latter category of those was the Age of Wonders series, three fantasy strategy games released from 1999-2003 which were solid enough to build a house on but rarely extraordinary. A decade later, Age of Wonders III is attempting to resurrect the franchise. (It's the fourth game in the group, but can take the suffix of “III” since the previous title was simply “Age of Wonders: Shadow Magic.”) This installment seems to be entirely aligned with its predecessors, offering a dependable combination of tactics and strategy.

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