Zombie games have become of a staple of this generation. Gamers have probably become burned out by the generic gameplay and slow zombies. But Techland’s Dying Light should breathe new life in the genre just based on what gamers got to see and play at PAX Prime 2013.
Just like the character in the game, B27 (the creators of Hill Bill) have high aspirations. But while Bill falls into fame practicing jumps in his backyard, it takes a bit more for a developer to get to the top of the pile in the ever-crowded App Store. Does the development team land a Christ Air in front of a cheering crowd, or do they face plant into an alligator in their backyard swamp?
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I have always been a SEGA fan. The Master System was my first and the Dreamcast was of course the last. In my opinion, on 9/9/99 the greatest console ever made was released. I still have one of my three Dreamcast’s hooked up to my living room TV, a 52-inch HD LCD TV to be exact. The picture doesn't look that great on a huge HD screen, but did you know you can play your Dreamcast in 720p?
The showstopper at PAX Prime in Seattle this year wasn’t Titanfall, the Xbox One, PS4, or Elder Scrolls Online, it was the indie games. Gamers who hungered for something different headed straight for the indie games. This created an opportunity for some gamers to play the PS4 without having to wait in long lines. More so than ever, indie gaming is a big part of gaming these days, and there were so many great games shown at PAX. GoozerNation decided to focus on a few of them in this article.
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I finished my second playthrough of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim last night and have now defeated Alduin a couple of times. The first time I did it I was a low level mage and had been playing mostly the main campaign and the Winterhold quest line. The second time I did it, I was armed to the teeth with a Legendary Ebony sword and a full set of Dragonplate armor and had leveled up to 51. I had already completed the Companions, the thief quest line, the mage quest line (for the second time), the Bard’s college and much more, not to mention innumerable side quests, and had cleared every single dungeon and mine I could find. The chests in each of my homes flow over with jeweled necklaces, rings, ingots of every type; my armories were fully stocked with glowing weapons enchanted with the best magic and if I ever wanted a particular suit of armor, all I had to do was look for it (or just make it again). The list of potions in my inventory went on forever; I could cure, heal or poison to my heart’s content. I stopped selling inventory right after I bought the last house. Even still, I ended last night with close to 80,000 gold. Even if I wanted to sell all of the items that I had stashed away, the shops couldn’t afford to buy it all. It’s an embarrassment of riches. I put in 217 hours since April (about 4 months of gaming), reached Elite status on Raptr, earned 38 out of 75 achievements (which is embarrassingly low) and gained 720 gamerscore out of 1550. And I haven’t even looked at the DLC yet.