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This just in. Fresh snaps from the upcoming flick, Hitman: Agent 47. The images were released by 20th Century Fox.

The movie will launch on February 27, 2015 and is going to star Rupert Friend (of Homeland fame). Yep, so now we have a new Agent 47, who was previously played by Tymothy Olyphant.

The movie was directed by Aleksander Bach and co-written by Skip Woods, who also wrote the script for the previous Hitman flick, which generated nearly $100 million and cost $25 million to make.

Can I say, I'm not looking forward to this?


"That's because you're an outright imbecile. - im_stardust"4

Following our hands-on impressions of Bungie's mutliplayer first-person shooter, Destiny, we dive deeper into the game's beta, which has concluded on July 27. Here's the usual snip:

While the gameplay is similar to Halo as it is a first-person shooter, and yes, the Ghost is quite reminiscent of both Guilty Spark 343 and Cortana (albeit not half as annoying as Cortana), the mechanics are definitely not like Halo. It was so nice to use the L2/LT for aiming instead of throwing grenades. I cannot tell you how much times I would fire up a game of Halo and inadvertently throw grenades while thinking I could aim with the LT on the Xbox 360. Melee, reloading, sprinting, and jumping are all mapped to the same buttons, so there is still that nostalgic, intuitive flow for Halo veterans. However, button mapping is intuitive enough for any gamer to pick up on, especially those who often play first-person shooters (that aren't Halo).

Read our Destiny beta preview.


Hey guys! I'm glad I finally managed to finish our Divinity: Original Sin review. It took me fucking ages and do you know why? The answer is simple. The game is bloody huge. There's so much in it to do and enjoy.

Also, I formally apologize to Un Om Bun for ignoring his cries to try out this game before release, but I was just too busy watching tits on the Internet. I'm that predictable.

Oh and on a totally different note, this is how every E3 should be covered.

"In other news... ELITE DANGEROUS Beta released today! - Neil"32

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9.0 out of 124 votes

BioWare remains rather secretive about its next addition to the Mass Effect series, albeit they didn't hesitate to share a few details (tiny details). Fair enough, the first thing would be that they are, in fact, not prepared to share anything concrete about the game at this time.  

However, a number of publications have reported that BioWare unveiled some details about Mass Effect 4 during this year's San Diego Comic Con. To begin with, the game will feature the return of the Mako. 

Here's a brief report from the Escapist (there's a chick in the video as well):

The return of Mako is a good move. It shows that BioWare means to draw the attention back to galaxy exploration, which I quite liked in the original game (even though people complained about the planets looking generic and dull). 


This warrants a post. The final chapter in The Hobbit trilogy is well on the way. Check out the full trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies: 

"Didn't go to see any of these on the big screen my brain hurts even watching this these Hobbit... - Smiley_ie"5

You thought it was impossible didn't ya? You thought there would be no games to play this summer and you thought that we won't see a proper PC RPG ever again... didn't ya? Well, I did. Boy was I wrong.

As much as I struggled to bring this review on time, I just couldn't tear myself away. Not only that, there was seriously a lot of content to go through.

Divinity is a game that has consumed most of my spare time (and work time, of course). Once I grasped the mechanics, which shouldn’t be a problem for any RPG fan out there, it didn’t take too long for me to be completely hooked. Players have 10 character classes to choose from: Ranger, Battlemage, Cleric, Enchanter, Fight, Knight, Rouge, Shadowblade, Wayfarer, Witch and Wizard. That may seem like a lot, but each characters class has its benefits and is suited for a particular style of play.

Perhaps what should be said first is that it’s impossible to race through this game. You’ll more than likely take your time adventuring and exploring the world. The fights are very exciting. Each battle is turn-based and characters have a predetermined number of action points, depending on their equipment and skill levels. Conflicts frequently require a subtle approach and above all preparation. Preparing involves a variety of steps. You need to make sure your characters are well stocked with potions, spells and skillbooks. In this game, skillsbooks are a big thing. Once a character reads a skillbook he masters a particular skill, although he can unlearn it at any time, if you happen to need a different ability. This is particularly useful when you know what kind of enemies you’ll be up against, so you can acquire a specific set of skills in order to fight them more effectively.

How Larian? How am I going to get my life back?

Read our review of Divinity: Original Sin.

"my assessment was correct as usual. you're all welcome. - Vodoo"16

Guess what... another week goes by and the RPG, Divinity: Original Sin, emerged as the best-selling game on Steam once again. Take a look:

  1. Divinity: Original Sin
  2. Dark Souls II Season Pass
  3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition
  4. DayZ
  5. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  6. Planet Explorers
  7. Dead Island Franchise Pack
  8. Dungeon Defenders
  9. Eternity The Forest
  10. The Elder Scrolls Online

We'll be posting the D:OS review in a few minutes, so stay put.

"And 'they' say there's no market for this type of game, Pffft. Bring on Wasteland2, Pillars,... - ZeroWolf"1

Well, things are almost back to normal in the UK, with Watch Dogs being the top-seller once again, right head of FIFA, which amazingly isn't first.


Excuse me.

01. Watch Dogs (Ubisoft)
02. FIFA 14 (EA)
03. Minecraft Xbox 360 Edition (Microsoft)
04. Sniper Elite 3 (505 Games)
05. The Lego Movie Videogame (Warner)
06. Minecraft PS3 Edition (Sony)
07. Grand Theft Auto 5 (Rockstar)
08. Titanfall (EA)
09. Call of Duty: Ghosts (Activision)
10. Battlefield 4 (EA)


So, let's recap for a bit. The San Diego Comic Con is bringing quite a few movie trailers our way -- Mad Max, The Hobbit 3, Into The Storm, The Hunger Games -- but nothing too exciting. At least not for me. There supposedly a leaked Batman vs Superman teaser. Are you honestly excited about that one?

Now, as for the Mad Max trailer. I don't know. Is it just me or does it look like a well-made circus act. Seriously, they're just jumping all over the fucking place. Tom Hardy should be okay in this. But you really look at this movie and not think - wherethefuckismelwherethefuckismelwherethefuckismelwherethefuckismel?

You want my comments on the Comic Con here. This one sums it up:

"Mornin' - Doomsday."13

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