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  • Blog Post: GameStop Announces Publishing Deals With Three More Developers

    Earlier this year, GameStop (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer’s parent company) and Insomniac announced a partnership to publish Song of the Deep . Today the retailer revealed deals with three more studios as part of its GameTrust initiative. GameStop will be publishing games from Tequila... More
  • Blog Post: The Order: 1886 Gets Photo Mode Today In Latest Patch

    The Order 1886 is one of the most beautiful next-gen games released and now it will be even easier to snag awesome screenshots with the new photo mode made available in the latest patch. By tapping the touch pad, you can pause the game to enter photo mode to freely spin and position the camera and alter... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: How Important Is Game Length?

    One of the criticisms levied against The Order: 1886 is its short length. Do you think that's an important factor? We've already shared our own thoughts about The Order: 1886 in our review , as well as our opinion about game length in general with a piece from Joe Juba ( which echoes an earlier... More
  • Blog Post: Some Quick And Dirty Facts About The Order: 1886

    Did you know that Ready at Dawn originally wanted to set The Order: 1886 around historical events that took place in ancient Jerusalem, but the Assassin's Creed series beat them to the punch? Or that many of the guns featured in the game are actually based on existing concepts from the Victorian... More
  • Blog Post: Gamers Poke Fun At The Order: 1886's Problems With Parody Videos

    Gamer passion has its benefits. The engaged consumer base is in it for the long haul, and even tends to fight battles on social media for the benefit of corporations. Unfortunately, sometimes that passion manifests as rage. The latest target is Ready At Dawn’s The Order: 1886. Gamers have been... More
  • Blog Post: The Order: 1886 Releases Friday, Don't Forget About Our Coverage Hub

    Revealed at E3 2013, The Order: 1886 marks developer Ready at Dawn's first completely original console game – and it releases on Friday. The Order: 1886 appeared on our November cover in 2013 , and with it came a collection of video features, interviews, podcasts, and more detailing how the... More
  • Blog Post: Earn A Dynamic PS4 Theme From The Order: 1886 Interactive Site

    With The Order: 1886 coming out in just a couple of weeks, you might be wondering who those mustachioed men are and why they are fighting werewolves. Well, we’ve got you covered with a rundown of everything we know . But that might not be enough for you. Sony and Ready at Dawn have released a new... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out More Combat From The Order: 1886 At PlayStation Experience

    At PlayStation Experience, Ready at Dawn gave us a new look at The Order: 1886. We got a glimpse last night at The Game Awards, but in this new video, we see a longer stretch of combat. The Knights are fighting in the kitchen of an airship, fighting against rebel forces. You’ll notice context sensitive... More
  • Blog Post: Release Date & New Screens For The Order: 1886

    The Order: 1886 was recently delayed into 2015, but it looks like the wait won't be terribly long for PS4 fans. In the meantime, be sure to check out these new screens from the title. The game's release date is February 20 (it's a Friday). These dark screens (see the gallery below) speak... More
  • Blog Post: Galahad Faces Off Against A New Beast In The Order: 1886 [Trailer Added]

    During Sony's E3 press conference, Ready At Dawn showed off a new demo of The Order: 1886 that pit Galahad against a ferocious new enemy. The demo starts with Galahad walking through what appears to be a darkened hospital; skeletons and anatomy models cast eerie shadows on the walls as Galahad shines... More
  • Blog Post: The Order: 1886 Delayed Into 2015

    The PlayStation 4's software roster suffers a blow with the announcement that exclusive, first-party game The Order: 1886 is delayed into 2015. The game was supposed to come out towards the end of 2014, but now it's slated to release in early 2015. "To deliver that experience that we've... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Teases New Gameplay For The Order: 1886

    Sony will be showing off new gameplay from an upcoming PlayStation 4 title today on Twitch. The company made the announcement via Twitter, and indications are that we’ll be getting a new look at The Order: 1886. The placeholder title card on the Twitch channel has a symbol in the background that... More
  • Blog Post: No Multiplayer For The Order: 1886

    The Order: 1886 developer Ready at Dawn has confirmed that the late 2014 PlayStation 4 title will be single-player only. When we did the cover story on the game back in the fall of last year, developers at Ready at Dawn hadn't made a decision on whether to include multiplayer. "At the end of... More
  • Blog Post: Ask The Developers Of The Order: 1886 A Question For Our Q&A Podcast

    If you’ve been following either our magazine cover story or our roll-out of features and interviews about The Order: 1886, you already have a hefty dose of details on the upcoming action game. But what questions still linger? Next week we’ll be chatting again with the developers at Ready... More
  • Blog Post: November Cover Revealed – The Order: 1886

    Gamers got their first glimpse of The Order: 1886 at E3 2013, when a brief and enigmatic trailer showed off a squad of soldiers in 19th century London fighting off an attacking pack of strange creatures. Ready At Dawn, best known for its PSP God of War and Daxter games, has remained silent about the... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces The Order: 1886

    The upcoming game from Ready At Dawn and Santa Monica Studios combines 19 th century Victorian London imagery with more than a little steampunk fantasy. The exclusive PlayStation 4 game shows off a cadre of heavily armed warriors as they take a carriage into a fog shrouded London. Stopping in a dark... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Celebrates God Of War: Origins Collection's Release With A Trailer

    When Kratos celebrates, he does so in an appropriately depraved bacchanalian fashion. Sony, on the other hand, marks special occasions (like today's release of the latest God of War compilation) with video. God of War: Origins Collection on PS3 contains both Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta... More
  • Blog Post: God of War Origins Video Shows Side-By-Side Comparison Of PSP And PS3

    Sony's upcoming HD remaster collection God of War Origins collects Ready at Dawn's amazing PSP God of War games Chains of Olympus and Ghosts of Sparta. As they did with the PS2-era games with God of War Collection, the games have been given a new HD coat of paint, buffing up the textures to look... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: God Of War Portable Collection On PS3?

    The God of War Collection (which included the two PS2 entries remastered in HD) was a huge hit on PS3. Now a similar treatment may be in the works for the two PSP installments. According to The Magic Box , Ready At Dawn's handheld entries in the series (Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta) are... More
  • Blog Post: Ready At Dawn Working On "AAA" Console Game

    The developer known for making the best PSP games on the market is breaking back onto the console scene with an unnamed new IP. A line on Ready at Dawn's jobs page asks applicants if they are "ready to work on an exciting new AAA IP for the home console." It doesn't get much plainer... More
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