20 different sorcerer deaths are chronicled in this hands-on look at Namco Bandai's next big release.
When I click READ FULL PREVIEW... it just goes to an image. This one actually... http://media1.gameinformer....
it's working now
So excited! I might be able to get this on Friday.
I had this in the magazine and a bit of warning it describes the whole introduction I was a bit sad when I read the first paragraph because it sounded pretty interesting but I had to stop to much of a spoiler for me.
I got the game its really good
I died 30 times jajaj how i know this the game tells you how many times you died worlwide really funny.
Forget everything else. Dark Souls II is the GOTY 2014.
not much longer now Grave! :)
Can't wait to get it, i'm expecting it by the 19th-20th ;I some lucky sods got it already (along with the pirates)
Here are the most peaceful areas in games that are otherwise quite violent, offering players respite from chaos in the game world.
My first thought was the safe rooms in the resident evil series. When you hear that enchanting music you know you’re safe.
I literally just came here to post this. That music in the Resi 1 safe rooms is playing in my head.
I was thinking TLOU work benches. Although I remember one time where it was a false security.
Perfect. 👌👌 I'd add the top of my highrise apartment in GTA Online. That calm, quiet peace, just knowing as soon as I step out that door I will be bombarded by 8 and 12 year olds calling each other n**** and f****, trolled by combat jets and rocket launchers.
Dormins temple, SoTC
The entire map of SotC is peaceful as hell. Used to just ride around exploring it.
Afterlife in Cyberpunk 2077 is a peaceful area? Erm, hands down and very hard to miss, Misty Olszewski's Esoterica is the absolute epitome of peaceful areas in that game.
The "last of us" deer location i found to be a welcoming respite. It was nice to not have someone trying to eat me.
Kingdom Hearts tend to present half peaceful areas and most of them are amazing.
Hogwarts legacy hogsmeade village, or Zelda's zora village or hateno village 😌
I always felt very relaxed playing The Talos Principle
how is afterlife peacful? blaring industrial metal, guy laying on the pool table with a bullet in his gullet, soooo peaceful, ahhh.
TIM WHITE WRITES: "Multiplayer or single player? Developers, you can do both, just not willy-nilly."
I am in absolute agreement with the OP 👌
I hate when I see single player games and see people begging for multi-player. Jeez guys it don't need to be on every game. Latest one I seen was atomic heart.
Multiplayer or even co-op If it was always a single player game then that's how it is