Hydrophobia gushes to March 2009 News

Blade Interactive has told Eurogamer that its watery action game Hydrophobia has spilled into March 2009.

The studio will also self-publish the title that we had previously expected in the latter half of this year.

Hydrophobia is a third-person action-adventure game set aboard a ship, and based around water-focused physics puzzles; players can use the liquid to wash away baddies or to clamber up to what appear to be unreachable areas.

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Looking Back to 2010 and H2O in Hydrophobia

Edgar writes: "Equip your rebreather because in this article we'll take a look at Hydrophobia and water. Lots of water."

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FreeckyCake1097d ago

What a surprise, I was just searching for this game. I'm honestly quite surprised by the water physics and definitely looking forward to trying it soon.

rlow11096d ago

loved this game/ still play it. The water and atmosphere where stellar and really fun to interact with.


Xbox Deals With Gold Sale Discounts: 13th-19th November 2018

Neil writes: "You may well be keeping the wallet shut until the various big Black Friday deals start to populate around the globe, but no matter what is on the horizon, the Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale carries on regardless. After a rather decent amount of discounts on Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles last time out, the Deals With Gold sale is back once more to deliver a number of games at bargain-basement prices. Is there anything found in the Xbox Live Deals With Gold sale for 13th-19th November 2018 that takes your fancy?"

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I Play Bad Games (On Purpose)

Escapist: Hey, I knew what I was doing. I can't claim ignorance, and I'll never claim innocence. Someone offered me a preview copy of Ninja Gaiden 3, so I took it, fully aware that it sucked. I played the demo at E3. I spoke to people whose opinions I trusted. I listened to my razor-sharp instincts and my not-so-sharp gut. Lo and behold, every single warning sign turned out to be dead on. Ninja Gaiden 3 is a travesty.

But I don't regret playing it for a moment, because I occasionally play bad videogames. On purpose. And so should you.

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Emilio_Estevez4068d ago

I can almost always find a reason to play any game. Too many people today just want to say negative things about games, but there is almost always something worthwhile in any game to me.

PoSTedUP4068d ago

i look at gameplay videos on youtube and decide from there, no more reviews for me. if i see a game i like, i usually end up enjoying it and don't notice ANY of the the horrible Flaws that a review would point out simply because they are not brought to my attention. so i can't say "oh that guy was right it does seem kinda ______... and it is a little _______..." nope. 100% fun in almost all games for me.

Hellsvacancy4068d ago (Edited 4068d ago )

Warhammer 40k would be labelled as a crappy type game, i labelled it that ages ago when i saw afew screenshots for it and a trailer "looks like rubbish"

And it is, but i cant stop playing it, the voice acting is awesome http://www.youtube.com/watc... thats enough to warrant a playthrough on normal

Its pretty straight forward, run and shoot, hack/slash, its got a cool story/characters, big online community (never have any problems getting into some co-op)

If it wasnt released on PS+ i doubt i would of played it, im REALLY grateful i didnt miss it, because i would of done otherwise

I recommend it, if your looking for a pretty basic game with nothing to think about, just fun


MattyG4068d ago

I just started playing it yesterday and its much better than I thought. It looks good and its really fun. That's all I need.