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Dying Light: Bad Blood is fun while it lasts

I'm not convinced Dying Light: Bad Blood will catch on in a significant way, but then again, it has a more manageable scale going for it as a 12-player mix of PvP and PvE survival, and people sure do love them some Dying Light. If nothing e...

 
 
 
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Dying Light 2 makes me regret sleeping on the first game

I'm in a real weird place with Dying Light. I had always intended to get Techland's parkour zombie survival game out of my backlog at some point, but its lackluster story has kept it permanently frozen on my to-play list. Now that I've come...

 
 
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Techland is doubling down with Dying Light 2

Dying Light found a surprisingly large and dedicated player base when it launched in 2015. For years now, Techland has supported the game through updates, expansions, and new game modes. It's not shocking that Techland's next major mo...

 
 
 
 
 
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Techland reveals Dying Light: Bad Blood PvP expansion

Techland announced today that Dying Light is set to receive a brand new PvP expansion. Titled Dying Light: Bad Blood, the new mode will be inspired by the "battle royale" gametype that has become all the rage lately. The DLC is expected to ...

 
 
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Techland announces their next game, God's Trigger

Developer Techland (primarily known as the developers behind Dying Light and the original Dead Island) have announced their next game in the form of God's Trigger. According to Techland, the game will be a “bloodbath of apocalyptic pr...

 
 
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Dying Light is getting another year of free DLC

It truly is surprising that Dying Light remains almost as popular today as it was when it launched in 2015. Most games die off relatively quickly in our current gaming landscape, but somehow developer Techland managed to retain its player b...

 
 
 
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Techland is getting into the publishing game

After spending its first 25 years as a developer, Polish video game company Techland is expanding its operations to include global publishing. The "global" distinction is important because Techland already has some experience in distributio...

 
 
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Four community maps just made Dying Light a litle bigger

Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition was a fantastic expansion. I'm already eager to jump back in and start grinding away at my Legendary levels so I can be the best zombie-dropkicker in Harran. Four new community maps have be...

 
 
 
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Techland plans to support Dying Light for another full year

While I was reviewing Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition, I kept noticing new improvements and content that wasn't in the original game. While some of these changes are due to that recent upgrade, Techland had been peppering...

 
 
 
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Review: Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition

Dying Light surprised the heck out of me last year. While I mostly agree with Chris about the various faults and clichés found within (you can read my thoughts here, from back in my before-Destructoid days), it was well-made, an...

 
 
 
 
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Dying Light's Nightmare mode looks like a treat

No Easter egg weapons, longer nights, tougher zombies, and less survivor's sense. Sound like fun? No? Well, I guess that is kind of the point of Dying Light's Nightmare mode, part of the upcoming Enhanced Edition DLC. Don't worry though, yo...

 
 
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Here's how bounties work in Dying Light: The Following

Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition is just around the corner, and Techland has released a video detailing the new Bounty system. There are three types that are unlocked after finishing the main story: Basic Bounties, Dailies...

 
 
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Mike Martin's picks for games that he picked in 2015

Hello everybody! Your (not so) favorite, foul-mouthed, perverted, shit-posting Community Manager here. 2015 was a helluva year for games. All bullshit aside, we are starting to see some truly amazing games come out. When I was a babby, play...

 
 
 
 
 




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siddartha85

If Stadia works, it may create a sort of entry-level for gaming and bring in people who dont want to pay a big up-front But consoles/PC will still exist for dedicated gamers who want performance and lag-free

 
kevlarmonkey

I remember that time I revealed myself at the Game Developers

 
bong264

Anyone wanna take bets on whether Stadia lasts longer than OnLive?

 
Rudorlf

still like my games on my personal storage devices, Thank you very

 
Destructoids Very Own Ein

Fuck you Ouya Maybe not, but console killing? To stream everything? Sounds more like Xbox One

 
MajinRotty

Chronicles of Linkles Fashion #5: Transcending the Heroine of Time, she is now revealed as the Goddess Hylia

 
Punished Nietzsche

i think i got my games mixed right i shouldnt play DMC V and farm FGO at the same

 
Shoggoth2588

Nobody is really thinking about it at the moment but Im really curious about which is launching on the Switch first: Mario & Luigi or Paper I want a new Paper Mario RPG but Mario & Luigi took over RPG duty so Paper Mario can eat paint chips & die

 
RenaudB90

Workdays almost I need to empty my brain after this Siege, anyone?

 
 

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