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10:48 AM on 09.30.2014

Yes, a Tetris sci-fi movie is currently in production

Mega entertainment company Threshold Entertainment has the green light from The Tetris Company to create a live-action Tetris movie. That alone is crazy. But Larry Kasanoff and Jimmy Ienner are planning on turning the puzzle ...

Dale North

10:30 AM on 09.30.2014

Get a look a Dragon Age: Inquisition's customization options

I know a lot of people that are really into creation options in games. Dragon Age Origins was partial to this ideology, as the entire point was to craft a character that you had complete control of. This new video by Bi...

Chris Carter

10:00 AM on 09.30.2014

Hyrule Warrior's first DLC pack will highlight the villain Cia

Hyrule Warriors is out, and people seem to be really digging it so far. While a lot of you may be done with the campaign and are currently working on Adventure Mode, there's still more story to come with the first paid ...

Chris Carter



Review: Chariot photo
Review: Chariot
by Brett Makedonski

Local cooperative play is something that's been increasingly neglected in an age of videogames that pushes online connectivity seemingly first and foremost. It's ironic that titles like Destiny are the current benchmark for social experiences, when all communication is done through a headset. After all, it really doesn't get more personal than sitting next to someone on a couch and working (almost literally) hand-in-hand to achieve a goal.

Frima Studio hasn't forgotten these golden moments of yesteryear, and aims to recapture them with Chariot. The developers succeeded in their ambition. In fact, they pull it off so well, that you might find yourself short-changed when you don't have a partner in crime readily handy.

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8:00 AM on 09.30.2014

Thank Iwata: The Wii U has folders now!

I was running out of space to put things on my Wii U. No I don't mean storage space, I'm talking about the UI in general. With four pages of Virtual Console games to my name and two pages of eShop titles alone, I had to delet...

Chris Carter



Shadow of Mordor Playthough - Here's a Groug-sized portion of gameplay photo
Shadow of Mordor Playthough - Here's a Groug-sized portion of gameplay
by Bill Zoeker

[Note: I am currently in process of rendering and uploading all of the videos to the playlist. If you run out and want more, be sure to check back soon.]

Max and I decided it would be a good idea to shoot a playthrough of the opening chunk of the new Tolkien-verse action game, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. As we got further into it, we realized that Shadow of Mordor is some of the most goddamn fun we've had in a game in a while. Above is the first video in our series. You can watch through the whole playlist if you want to see for yourself how badass this game is.

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9:00 PM on 09.29.2014

My favorite part of Hyrule Warriors is not at all what I was expecting

I'm only several hours into Hyrule Warriors and while there's already a lot to like here, I think I've figured out what my favorite part of the game is: a song. Specifically, "Zelda's Lullaby." It has been featured prominent...

Jordan Devore

8:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Heat Signature is already looking hot

Heat Signature was one of the games I most wanted to get my hands on at EGX. Designer Tom Francis was the guy behind Gunpoint, one of my favorites of 2013, and this next title similarly allows a great deal of player expressio...

Alasdair Duncan

7:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Playing Alien: Isolation on a convention floor isn't the best idea

Demoing a game like Alien: Isolation at a convention such as EGX or PAX has always been problematic since horror works best when there's time for quieter moments between the scares. There has to be a period of tension buildin...

Alasdair Duncan



Contest: Win a code for Heavy Bullets on Steam! photo
Contest: Win a code for Heavy Bullets on Steam!
by Mr Andy Dixon

Heavy Bullets launched on Steam a little more than a week ago (Dtoid review coming soon!), and we've got 15 codes to hand out to lucky community members!

This game looks absolutely nuts (see video above for proof), and early impressions I've seen have been very positive. If you'd like to win a copy and see for yourself, just leave a comment in this thread! You have until this Friday, October 3 and 11:59pm Pacific time to enter, and the contest is open to anyone on the planet Earth. Limit one entry per person.

Good luck! And remember, our Huge members get automatic entry into all contests (as well as a bunch of other awesome perks). Try us out!

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5:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Robot platformer Poncho is worth backing

Whenever I've posted an article about a videogame Kickstarter, I've tried to lean on the side of titles that have either a demo as that helps ease some of the potential doubts you can have while backing a project. The team be...

Alasdair Duncan

4:30 PM on 09.29.2014

Bungie explains that they're still working on Destiny's DLC, it's not on-disc

Over the weekend, it was uncovered due to a bug that Destiny had some placeholder content built into it. Two more raids and a number of Strike and Story missions were found, leading people to believe that some of it was ...

Chris Carter

4:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Are there any games you regret Kickstarting?

There are so many games I've thought about crowdfunding -- and a bunch I'll surely end up buying, once they're complete -- but only two that have managed to get me to put money down in advance: Double Fine Adventure and Aweso...

Jordan Devore

3:30 PM on 09.29.2014

You're actually supposed to crash roller coasters in ScreamRide

ScreamRide is an Xbox 360 and Xbox One game due out this spring that should appeal to those of us RollerCoaster Tycoon players who regularly have "accidents" happen at our amusement parks. Now, it's more action than simulati...

Jordan Devore

3:00 PM on 09.29.2014

Legend of Korra will have difficulty levels Platinum fans expect

This first "behind the scenes" video for Platinum's Legend of Korra game isn't great, but fans of Platinum's intense action fare might be happy to hear that there will be a high difficulty level just for them. Could've ...

Steven Hansen

2:30 PM on 09.29.2014

Here's a full 15-minute Yakuza Zero story trailer

Even if you don't understand Japanese this new Yakuza Zero story trailer looks hot as fire. This was the exact one blaring from Sega's Tokyo Game Show booth a few weeks ago, made watchable on the internet for the first time ...

Dale North