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id Software has Rage

So Rage is a first-person shooter that takes place on Earth after most of the life on Earth was wiped out in a cataclysmic event with some of the survivors taking shelter underground in order to keep humanity going. Sounds familiar, no?


Fortunately, even though the setting will remind players of Fallout 3 and Borderlands, Rage is it’s own game. Rage is the first brand new IP in around ten years for id Software, the famous developers who created the infamous title Doom.

Read Full Article Battlestar Galactica Online E3 Trailer

Battlestar Galactica Online E3 Trailer

Lost in the 3D and motion controller ocean that was this year’s E3, is the trailer for Battlestar Galactica Online. Developed using the single most important gaming technology since the CD-ROM, the Unity Engine. Basically, Unity is a 3D game engine that is both lightweight and powerful, in which the finished game can be published to run in a web browser. Expect to see many well developed titles using this engine in the near future. BGO is being developed by Big Point Games, who have a ton of other web based games on their site. Check them out sometime, not half bad, and completely free.

Read Full Article E3 '10: The Old Republic Trailer

E3 ’10: The Old Republic Trailer

E3’s hit the ground running and within this marathon of games is another CG trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic. Once again, absolutely, 100% not representative of how the game will play, but is absolutely, 100% freakin’ amazing to watch. 

It’s 5 minutes of the Star Wars you wished George Lucas could’ve rendered onto the big screen. Until then, we’ll have to depend on BioWare to make it happen, with maybe a little Obsidian on the side for a Knights of the Old Republic III? I digress. Enjoy this:

Read Full Article Free APB Beta Code Giveaway

Free APB Beta Code Giveaway

The PC, open-world game, APB: All Points Bulletin, is getting closer and closer to its June 29 launch date, but APB’s developer, Realtime Worlds, is giving players a chance to get into the game now by now giving away 20,000 beta codes as part of their “Key to the City” event. I was lucky enough to snag one of these keys, and since my computer can’t run it, I figured I’d give it away to our Player Affinity followers! Or as I like to call them, PlayAffOwers! Rolls off the tongue doesn’t it?!

Read Full Article Alpha Protocol Review

Alpha Protocol Review

The power of choice – it seems like that’s been one of the biggest selling points for really any game these days. Choices in how you can kill a guy, choices you in how you can go about a level. Those are easy, but what about choices that shift a narrative, change up relationship dynamics between NPCs and affect the world around you in a tangible, convincing way? Harder. Whatever it may be, may it be time constraints, the increased costs of developing a video game, or whatever, when a developer promises choices and consequences these days, they rarely ever consist of nothing more than either a “Hey, this isslightly different now.” or a slap on the wrist for choosing the ass-jock dialogue option.

This is where Alpha Protocol is different and where Obsidian absolutely succeeds in.

Read Full Article Steam In-Game Strategy Guides

Steam In-Game Strategy Guides

Steam, in it’s ever increasing effort to have as much information as possible within one program, now has in-game strategy guides. It won’t be free, though. Each strategy guide will cost $20 standard, just like the books. To celebrate the first set of game guides, though, there is a sale for $10 a guide.

Read Full Article Split Second Demo for PC Available

Split Second Demo for PC Available

The new explosive racer from Blackrock Studios now has a demo for the PC platform. The demo is around 1 gigabyte to download, which includes a tutorial and the airport terminal level. You can download the demo at Big Download here:

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