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Major spoilers here if you don't want to know anything about Bloodborne, but a partially finished area has been discovered full of new monsters, bosses, armour and lore. It's possibly the reason behind the scheduled alpha's delay yesterday.
Everything about this is small: the screen's less than an inch across, the resolution's 96 by 64 pixels and it costs £47. The whole thing's so cute if it was a dog it would wear a dress and live in a handbag.
I'm going to be playing Shadow Of Mordor on PC for the next hour or two. So far it's been a disaster as my clumsy stomp through Mordor has seen me promote just about every Uruk and Orc I've encountered.
I can see all the changes, all the new gadgets and tech. But despite all the differences, as I struggle to sum up Advanced Warfare’s online offering, ‘It’s COD’, is the only phrase that adequately conveys the experience.
The AI in Alien Isolation can be temperamental but when it works this nails that traumatic sense of tension. I'm six hours in so far and these are the edited highlights. (You can read our full Alien Isolation review here.)
Seems like only yesterday I was writing about a lost C64 MMO, now this beautiful book has just come out packed full of Commodore 64 era art and screenshots. If you remember any of this stuff then this thing is a kick right in the nostalgia.