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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

TRON: Evolution Walkthrough

The people who made TRON: Evolution had it pretty easy — the basic elements of their video game had already been designed for them by the people who made the movies. That doesn’t mean, though, that the game is bad, or without its challenges.

Combining hi-octane 3rd-person action with RPG elements and futuristic racing, the game also features a robust multiplayer mode that will bring the most exciting sequences in the movies to life.

Use this walkthrough to navigate the trickiest elements of the singleplayer campaign. You can see lists of trophies and achievements. We’ll also have cheats and unlockables available next week.

Freeplay Pick: Starfare, a space-based RTS

Well this is a treat. Typically, for our free play pick series we usually find and play free platformers or puzzlers. To be honest, I always just assumed that games not of those varieties were too complex and difficult to make to just give away for nothing. But I guess, there’s an exception to every rule and Starfare seems to be one of the best free-to-play RTS games I’ve seen yet.

Starfare is, unsurprisingly based in space. You control an empire of resource loving people. The game focuses almost entirely around needing to capture and harvest asteroids which contain the valuable resources you and your enemy require to continue to make bigger and better ships. Of course, the unique angle here is that the asteroids aren’t always static, i.e. they move around.

Additionally, the game comes with 12 missions and a unique storyline as well as tools that allow for players to create their own levels should they desire.

For any fan of the RTS genre this seems like a really good pick up, especially considering that new RTS games are getting quite rare these days.

Download via the link.
[IndieDB]

The concept behind Dragon Age 2

Let’s get a behind-the-scenes look at the development of ‘Dragon Age 2′. This first dev diary explains the concept behind the game and also includes some interesting in-game footage.


The team at BioWare explains how they first made a cartoon animatic and how they came up with the idea behind the main character. They also comment what they’ve change from ‘Dragon Age: Origins’ to make this one a better experience.

From what we can see in the video, the gameplay seems to be running smoother and faster, mostly in the fights scenes.
‘Dragon Age 2′ will be released on March 8 in the US and March 11 in the UK.