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Kinect/Skyrim fans are in for a real treat, because Bethesda officially confirmed that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is going to get Kinect support. This basically means you'll be able to "Fus Ro Dah!" your family members and send them flying right out the window. Ah, if only that were so.
Still, with Kinect support gamers will be able to managed the inventory via voice command. In addition, you can issue commands to any followers, but, more importantly, you can use those nifty dragon shouts.
More info on Skyrim-flavored Kinectage here.
Want to know more about Skyrim? Check out our review.
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Fellow readers, we offer you the second part of AT's Hottest Video Game Soundtracks Ever. You know, there are so many games being released right now, it's often hard to keep track of them all. Of course, there are many things than define as a good game. We can safely say that music has become a necessary element in video games and, in most cases, a pleasant and simple tune can enrich the experience greatly or can easily ruin it if it wasn't handled with care.
We invite you to join us as we continue our trip across many years of classic video game tunes (a lot of which I'm certain you'll recognize).
Check it out:
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In addition, From Software has revealed that the game is slated to hit stores on August 24. As for the extra content, well, according to the developer, new bosses were promised such as Artorias of Abyss and Chimera of Tomb, new weapons and enemies, a PVP online matchmaking system for co-op or PVP, new areas like the Oolacile Tomb and Old Ruins, a new NPC and more.Our fans demanded to see this game brought to the PC, and the noise they have made was simply too loud and too passionate to ignore," said Hidetaka Miyazaki, Creative Director for Dark Souls at From Software, "This also allowed us to dive back into the world of Dark Souls, offering a special edition of the game that offers more ways to die over and over again than ever before. Adding a whole new chapter to tell the tale of the Dark Knight Artorias was an opportunity we're also proud to have taken, as we've managed to expand the experience for our biggest fans without compromising the balance of the core game that we worked so hard to create. This edition of the game is our gift to the fans."
Additional details about the game will be available next week.
Wow, they're actually making an effort with this. Way to go From.
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MMORPG.com has a rather cool article up. It's a report from PAX 2012, featuring an interview with the folks behind the new MMOG, Neverwinter. The preview discusses all of interesting features of the game, although it also offers the first gameplay footage from the upcoming MMOG. Well, not that our expectations were too high, because, ya know, it's not being developed by BioWare. Still, these guys seem to know what they're doing.
The action-oriented combat shouldn't be a worry (or so they say). According to the devs, the combat in Neverwinter is an effective way of steering clear from traditional MMORPG combat. For more info on Neverwinter, head over this way.
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Just want to emphasize that I'm not the kind of person who automatically discards things just because they're different than what I like. It was just a lousy exhibition, period.
There's an interesting lesson to be learned here. Coolness is subjective. More importantly, art exhibitions may not necessarily involve gorgeous, sex-starved women.
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