Closure Review – Don’t forget the light

Closure is like nothing you’ve ever played. Believe it or not, this game, made by three people, is one of the best puzzles out there right now. Light and darkness mechanics are used in many games, but none uses them like Closure does.Closure began as a web-browser game which was released in 2009. Immediately it became a hit, so the developers, Eyebrow Interactive, decided to release it again as an exclusive for the PS3, sure a more bigger and better game.

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Do Monsters Go to Hell? Hell Yeah!

SEGA® of America Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. are excited to announce Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead RabbitTM! What’s this? You haven’t heard of it? That’s because it hasn’t been announced yet! Filled with comical gore, plenty of fake blood spatters and a hot-tempered rabbit prone to extreme violence, what more could you ask for? A drill? Ah, we have that as well. Located in the depths of hell and developed by Arkedo Studio, this single-player game will be unleashed on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®Network and PC digital download in 2012.

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Ships, Convoys and Merchants, Ahoy! Check out Port Royale 3 Video Walkthrough

Kalypso is returning gamers to the 17thcentury Caribbean today with a new walkthrough video for Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, the upcoming empire building game. In this new video, you will learn about the construction and management of sailing ships and merchant convoys, along with getting a taste of the game’s exciting naval combat system. Download the video from the link below to get a first-hand look at Port Royale 3: Pirates and Merchants, the latest in the line of titles that set the standard in the trading simulation genre. Kalypso will releasePort Royale 3 on Windows PC and consoles this summer. Check after the break the full video walkthrough.

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Rune Factory Oceans Sets Sail on 25 May

Top independent games publisher, Rising Star Games, today announced the Sony PlayStation 3 exclusive title Rune Factory Oceans will be available in stores from 25 May. Developed by Neverland and Marvelous Entertainment, the role-playing farming sensation will provide PS3 owners with an experience of activities and adventure never before seen on the high seas.

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New Star Soccer update brings International tournaments to world’s greatest mobile football game

New Star Soccer is a stunning combination of touch-screen football and lifestyle management. The game casts you as a young professional playing for one of the lower league clubs. As the years progress, teams in the divisions above will begin to notice, offering increasing riches in order to tempt a signature. A career which begins in Boston, can end up in Man U – and now even move internationally.

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New Black Ops 2 art teases Zombies mode

Mark Lamia, Studio Head for Treyarch said in an interview “Running in the multiplayer engine for the first time, Zombies gives players a bigger and more diverse set of gameplay experiences, as well as entirely new ways to wage war with the undead.” He also said that Call of Duty would be this big platform in which Zombies is a big game to play. Can this be the official art for Zombies? We’ll have to wait and see.

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PayDay The Heist Review

A game that lets you rob a bank? Bring it on. PayDay: The Heist is the first game from Overkill Software. Featuring a similar formula to the Left 4 Dead series, the game puts you in charge of completing challenging heists cooperatively with up to three friends or solo with the help of three bots. The overall package is a fun and a welcome addition to the PlayStation Network and PC.

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Sony’s reveals it’s new exclusive, The Unfinished Swan

Set in a world straight out of a child’s storybook — described by the developers as a “fairytale landscape” designed to inspire a “sense of wonder” — The Unfinished Swan revolves around a young boy named Monroe who one day finds himself immersed in the art he and his mother admire in the real world. By using the analog sticks to move around in a first-person perspective (or the PlayStation Move, should you so desire), players will be able to launch paint balls at their surroundings with their controller’s triggers, turning the boring whitewash you first encounter into something alive and traversable. The paint will coat the walls and floors of labyrinthine corridors and rooms as you work your way further and further into the unknown.

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Worms Revolution will feature a class system for the first time

Team17 are proud to announce that the forthcoming release of Worms™ Revolution will feature a class system for the first time. This addition introduces four different classes, Soldier, Scout, Scientist and Heavy, into the game. Players will eventually be able to unlock a total of 16 worms (4 of each class) to choose from to go into their teams, which makes it possible for a player to take any combination of classes into the game. Players will be able to use a team of all four of the same class if they prefer, or mix and match classes to get the best results. After the break find more about the classes.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Revealed

Although the game is set in 2025, it will start in the 1980s Cold War era in order to focus on the origin story of the primary antagonist of Black Ops II: Raul Menendez, who, in 2025, is provoking a war between China and the USA. In the 1980s section of the game, the player protagonist will be Alex Mason, protagonist of Black Ops. Much of the action in this section will take place in the proxy wars of Central America. Another character from Black Ops, Frank Woods will be returning in Black Ops II and will narrate the story into 2025. In the 2025 section, the player protagonist will be David Mason, son of Alex Mason.

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