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Sprinkle - game for tablets based on Nvidia Tegra reviewed
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 24 August 2011 14:29

From Fudzilla:

Review: Fun, addictive, realistic effects

A team of two Swedish programmers called “Mediocre” implemented its knowledge of PhysX capabilities in a game optimized for Nvidia Tegra-based tablets and smartphones. The game is called Sprinkle and will be available from Nvidia’s Tegra zone as of 26 August. The game is pretty fun to play, but perhaps the most eye-catching is a well implemented water simulation. You can learn more of the Mediocre team here.

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The future begins with you: Ars reviews Deus Ex: Human Revolution
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Written by Danrok   
Monday, 22 August 2011 17:37

From ArsTechnica:

The original Deus Ex remains a beloved PC game, so the fact that sequel Invisible War was hobbled by console-based development became one of the real tragedies of gaming. The third entry, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, has been developed by an all-new team, which saw its publisher merged into Square Enix and then had its game delayed. Fans had little reason for hope.

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Valve introduces free-to-play games to Steam
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 15 June 2011 18:42

From Wired.co.uk:

Digital distribution outlet Steam has introduced free-to-play games to the service. The PC games platform, which is operated by Portal and Half-life-maker Valve, has kicked off proceedings with five "F2P" titles.

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Wii U: first hands-on with Nintendo's new console
Gaming
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 17:24

From Guardian:

With its tablet-like controller, the Wii U is a seriously weird piece of kit. But, yet again, once you get your hands on it, a multitude of new gaming experiences tumble out of it. And the machine will have more hardcore appeal, too.

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Metro: Last Light won't be dumbed down, will be improved
Gaming
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 01 June 2011 16:58

From ArsTechnica:

Metro 2033 remains one of my favorite games from last year, and I'm not alone in my enthusiasm for the title: the game's cult following is dedicated and large. The sense of dread and despair that spreads throughout the game, along with the supernatural touches that give the world such a surreal feeling, made this an interesting entry into the world of first-person shooters. It's not rare to play a game where the combat feels dangerous, but it's rare to play a game where you can kill your enemy and still die due to a broken gas mask.

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Modern Warfare 3 preview
Gaming
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 26 May 2011 15:31

From ArsTechnica:

The press knew what to expect from the Activision event in Los Angeles earlier this month: there would be a large theater, a thumping sound system, and the annual Call of Duty game was going to be revealed. There were no disappointments as Infinity Ward's Robert Bowling and Sledgehammer Game's Glenn Schofield took the stage to hype us up for the next installment of the first-person series that has become so popular it's almost surreal. The game is critic-proof, so the whole event had the air of a formality.

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