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  • Blog Post: How Rembrandt And Da Vinci Helped Design Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

    One of the first things players notice about the Deus Ex revival are the distinctive black and gold hues that glow throughout the dystopian landscape, along with the clear roots of Elizabethan and Renaissance era culture. In this video the executive art director at Eidos Montreal Jonathan Jacques-Bellette... More
  • Blog Post: My Real Game Of The Year Might Not Be From This Year

    This year was a contentious year for “end of” lists. Many of the editors on staff have their own opinion about what should have been game of the year, and few of them seem to agree. Personally, I’ve been telling everyone that my game of the year is Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and... More
  • Blog Post: Places: Kingdom Hearts' Hollow Bastion

    There isn’t a world more iconic in all of the Kingdom Hearts series than Hollow Bastion. We were first introduced to it in Kingdom Hearts, which I came into as a kid who loved Final Fantasy. I was also a fan of Disney movies, but the real hook was seeing some of my favorite RPG characters placed... More
  • Blog Post: Moments: The Wedding Mission in Sleeping Dogs

    In Sleeping Dogs, undercover cop Wei Shen infiltrates the Sun On Yee gang in Hong Kong, working his way up a local faction called the Water Street Gang. He eventually gains the trust of the faction’s leader, Winston Chu. But as Wei gets closer to the leadership, he risks identifying too much with... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Hitman: Absolution

    If assassination was considered an art form, Hitman's Agent 47 would be its Michelangelo, livening up seamy underworlds around the globe with frescos painted in the blood of his enemies. Like previous Hitman games, Absolution allows players to take out their targets in a variety of ways, using disguises... More
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