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Unrest Review

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on Wed, Jul 23, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

In many games where conversational choices dictate plot progression, success is often guided by a system of modern Western morality. Choosing the noble response sends you on a path toward “good,” while the opposite is clearly “bad.” Sometimes there is a moral gray area, but ultimately, the games are typically designed around the binary concept of good...

Super Comboman Review

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on Wed, Jul 23, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

At first glance, Super Comboman looks like the kind of average action platformer that overwhelms Steam’s front page. But it isn’t. Rather, it’s bad, and sometimes amazingly so. Nearly every success is met with an equivalent failure, and that leads to a cycle of hope and despair that perfectly encapsulates the Super Comboman experience. The art style is charming...

No Man’s Sky is so big that bots are being sent out to explore distant planets

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on Wed, Jul 23, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Hugh Langley We knew that the universe of No Man’s Sky was going to be big. Really big. But not this big. An interview by MIT Technology Review has shed some more light on procedurally-generated PS4 game, which, quite frankly, makes Minecraft look like amateur hour. One particularly mind-blowing reveal was that, due to the game’s unprecedented scale, the development...

Nvidia Shield Tablet is the world’s first slate for serious gamers

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on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Hugh Langley Nvidia’s about to take another hefty swing at portable gaming, announcing its new Shield Tablet, an 8-inch powerhouse that runs on the Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. You may have already noticed that this is a different beast to the original Shield; Nvidia has separated the screen (now a standalone tablet) from the controller, the latter of which can be...

The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode Four – Amid the Ruins Review

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on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

After taking the grim death march that is season two of The Walking Dead to its moral nadir last time out with the option of gawking at every little detail of what a crowbar can do to a cranium, Telltale Games really goes all out with Amid the Ruins. This fourth and penultimate episode of the current season hit a sweet spot for me, sticking with the same doom-laden atmosphere...

Microsoft is strapping a GoPro channel to the Xbox One’s face

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on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Michael Rougeau We’ve seen GoPro cameras strapped to some strange places, but the Xbox platform is not necessarily where we’d have guessed it would end up. Nevertheless Microsoft has announced that it’s adding a new GoPro channel app to the Xbox One starting today. The GoPro channel lets users browse and share videos taken with GoPro cameras and purchase...

Buying Guide: Best gaming laptops: top 5 gaming notebooks reviewed

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on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Joe Osborne You don’t even need to tell us what happened when you told your friends that you want to buy a gaming laptop. Their inner elitist got the best of them, and bashed you for not just outright building a gaming PC. But we get you. Building a gaming PC takes knowledge and dexterity that you just don’t have or care to develop. That’s where the gaming...

Wayward Manor Review

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on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

Many of us desire peace in our twilight years. In Wayward Manor, the sentiment is equally true for an old, sentient house, which yearns for a tranquil retirement. This means that the boisterous family that lives there has to go, and it’s your job as the manor’s loyal poltergeist to move them out. Wayward Manor is a modest puzzle game, featuring plenty of good-natured...

In depth: 25 Xbox One tips and tricks for getting the most out of your console

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on Mon, Jul 21, 2014 | By Get Gaming Now

By Aoife Wilson 12 tips and tricks for the Xbox One Can you believe the Xbox One has been around for seven months already? It’s changed massively in that short space of time too; from Microsoft releasing monthly patches and updates to just last week ditching the requirement that Kinect is bundled in with every console. It’s hard to keep up with every little thing...


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