Coming Soon: June 2013

NewThisWeekTime to relaunch TGD, so lets start with an old segment of Coming Soon, taking a quick look at the upcoming releases to games consoles near you. All dates are for the UK as they used to be and are found via the launch dates list found on MCV.

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E3 2011: The future of Halo

Microsoft’s press conference brought a group of gamers (me and MintagedVortex included) a few new games to look forward to. These games are of course part of the Halo series, a particular series you may remember I am quite passionate about.Namely these 2 games are Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary and Halo 4.

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Review – Portal 2

 Portal 2 hit the shelves recently, here is the TGD review for one of 2011’s hottest games!

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Bulletstorm. What to Expect.

Bulletstorm is a rather interesting take on the FPS genre. Gears of War creators, Epic Games, have teamed up with People Can Fly (a developer they have a majority share hold of) to create a more lighthearted and points orientated FPS. But will Bulletstorm fly high in the charts or plummet to the ground?

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TGD’s Gaming Roundup: 16th December 2010

A quick run-through of some of the various News and Articles found around the web for the world of Gaming.

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The new Xbox 360: Is it worth making your wallet Slim?

During E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) Microsoft announced the new Xbox 360 S (yes; S, they don’t officially call it the “Slim”) 250GB console, promising an array of new and improved features. Released on the 16th July 2010, the new console has now been in users hands for the last 4 months. The main question is; is it really worth £200 (its RRP is £199.99, but I don’t want to get pedantic at all) and downloading all your DLC and installing all your games again?

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Why Gears of War floats in the sea of monotony

We all know the genre don’t we? Aliens or some form of mutation is invading earth and your team of four people is saving the world in a last-ditch effort to exile the enemy to their homeland. This is fine for a few games, but when you’ve got endless amounts of games (Resident Evil, Dead Rising, Halo etc.) all having a very similar plot and ideology; it gets a bit difficult to set your game apart from the other monotonous drones.

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