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Retro Dose #17 - SSX Tricky

This Retro Dose brings you a little refreshment with a lot of snow and high jumps in SSX Tricky, so prepare your ice cream.Because of the hellish heat I spent the last few days half naked with ice cream in hand near a fan that is struggling to turn on, let alone cool me off , but of course that was not enough. The desire for ice is greater then the 25th hour of the day and cubes that are precisely created in glaciers evaporate as soon as I see them. That's why I'm going for this game to sort out

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What interesting games are coming out 07/2017

July is still a torment for gamers, but this year the gods of gaming showed a little mercy and gave us two interesting beta tests.Temperatures rise, ice cream melts. Offer of games is poor. Not haiku - it is July and dry gaming reality. July was never particularly rich with hot games, but somehow we have to live through it. Fortunately, this year it will be easier for fans of football and shooters - on consoles.In the second half of the month comes two interesting beta tests for the games coming out in September. If you are not interested in them,

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Retro Dose #16 - Lemmings

Little lost Lemmings require your attention in today's Retro Dose! We remember how there was a time when game developers mixed many different genres to get something completely new.Probably most of you played, or at least heard, about these little guys - and there's a reason for that, because Lemmings were really popular back in the day. This well-known classic, also a strange hybrid of puzzle platformer with strategic elements was released in 1991 for the Amiga and PC, ie. MS-DOS.This is one of those titles that, like Tetris, was so blessed that it had spread to more than twenty other

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Steam Summer Sale 2017 - Here's what you can buy for less than 5€

During the great seasonal discounts on Steam, we bring you games that will bring you the most fun for the least amount of money.Summer discounts on Steam are in progress and now is a real opportunity to expand collections of games at attractive prices. The offers will last until 05. 07., and will change from day to day. However, some games are already so cheap that it would be a sin not to highlight them in one such article.Of course, most of the discounted games are aged three and over, and a good portion of them are of indie productions. But

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Retro Dose #15 - Japan World Cup

Today we bypass retro content of what you expect and step into the recent past with the game that's just for everyone's taste, but only because it is one of the most bizarre titles ever.One day I was really bored I just didn't want to play anything serious. That's why I chose one of the craziest and stupidest thing I could find in the bottomless pit called the "Internet", and of course I eventually found myself in a country where every idea, no matter how crazy , gets its chance.Game Japan World Cup is most easily described as a horse race

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The Magic of E3 vs Reality

Hello everyone and welcome back from the Electronic Entertainment Expo!Let's get to the topic right here!As usual we saw impressing showcases of games that make you wish your wallet was a bit bigger to buy them all. But what can we actually expect? What is going to be realised the way it was shown and what is going to be another fake that was just sugarcoated to show off. Well, as always we can not really know beforehand what is going to be exactly how we've seen it, but nevertheless,  experience has shown that most likely nothing is going to be

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Microsoft admitted that the premature hype destroyes games

Phil Spencer confessed that they prematurely discovered, now canceled, Scalebound and it ruined the game, because nobody believed that they could justify the expectations of the fans.You will remember that  Scalebound should have been great Microsoft's exclusive, and Platinum Games were working on it, so we were quite excited about the game. Then Microsoft disappointed everyone when the game was suddenly canceled. After this year's E3 Xbox boss Phil Spencer explained why there has been a collapse of Scalebound and what he learned from it.In an interview with Japanese portal Game Watch he said that Platinum Games are making ambitious and

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E3 The Conferences - Sony Playstation

Closing the conference schedule was Playstation's offering or, as they now call it, their E3 Media Showcase. Despite some technical difficulties, on Twitch at least, what was shown was strong. And this was "all about the games" once again, with no presentations by developers, only Shaun Layton appearing to welcome everyone and close out. But what was shown?Kicking off the show was a triple header, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds and a gameplay trailer of Days Gone. Showing off using the environment to work in your favor there was, unfortunately, no release date given.Monster Hunter World,

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E3 The Conferences - Ubisoft

A Ubisoft E3 press conference without Aisha Tyler hosting, can it work? What made the Ubisoft conference stand out in the past become a by the numbers reveal show. But were the games reveals any good?A strong start, with Yves Guillemot and Shigeru Miyamoto sharing the stage to show off Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. A tactical RPG for the Nintendo Switch releasing on the 29th August.Assassin's Creed: Origins got another trailer with a gameplay feature promised after the conference. No further information than had already been provided during Microsoft's conference was forthcoming.South Park: The Fractured But Whole, The Crew 2,

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E3 The Conferences - The PC Gaming Show

Back for its third year with regular host, Sean 'Day[9]' Plott, the chat show-esque show delivered a mixed bag of new and previously seen titles.Kicking things off was the exclusive reveal of X-COM 2: War of the Chosen.New features include classes, enemies, environments, three factions and an evolving Chosen that dogs you throughout the new campaign, it's abilities improving alongside your own. Release is set for 29th August on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.New reveals included Ooblets, a Shadowverse expansion pack, Battletech and Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlords gameplay footage, and the Summer Sideshow event for Killing Floor 2.Klei, the makers

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