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1:00 AM on 05.01.2013

The REAL Duke Nukem Forever released 16 years later

Gearbox's Duke Nukem Forever may be a let down, but things are looking up with the release of a fan-made mod that recreates Duke Nukem Forever's E3 2001 trailer in the Duke Nukem 3D engine. The results are glorious. Let me t...

Allistair Pinsof


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Review: 007 Legends photo
Review: 007 Legends
by Matthew Razak

After it turned out that the new GoldenEye game didn't suck and Activision simultaneously published a new third-person Bond adventure in the form of Blood Stone (seriously flawed, but showed promise) I actually had the audacity to hope that the publisher was doing something interesting with the license. When 007 Legends was announced I foolishly perked up. Eurocom, the guys behind GoldenEye, were developing this new Bond FPS and going back and revisiting old Bond films is one of my favorite pastimes. 

What is not one of my favorite pastimes is playing through a rushed game whose quality is an insult to one of the greatest franchises in the history of media. You hear that Activision? This is James Bond, not some license you picked up off a one shot movie deal. You're dealing with an icon and this is how you treat him? The post GoldenEye 007 games may not have been revolutionary, but at least they tried. Bond deserves better and so do the people who buy this game expecting to receive even an iota of quality because the number 007 is on it.

I suppose that pretty much gives you the gist of it already, but if you want to see a massive Bond fan release all his anger at 007 Legends in a single review please read on.

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8:40 AM on 10.04.2011

Dev: XBLA no longer king as developers abandon platform

Xbox Live Arcade was once the place to be for new digital titles hoping to get noticed. However, as Microsoft's allegedly poor treatment and exclusivity requirements continue in the face of stiff competition, World of Goo dev...

Jim Sterling