Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Red Dead Redemption Rumours Return

Posted on June 27, 2014 at 3:13 pm

With many games enjoying success on the next gen consoles, rumours have begun once more about Red Dead Redemption 2. There is absolutely no doubt that this game will bring in sales, while the Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick said the game is going to be part of a “permanent franchise”.

Red Dead Redemption (RDR) is often considered to be the type of game that can attract a following like GTA, and we may see the same developing length of time between RDR and Grand Theft Auto, and it’s pretty much guaranteed there will be a number 2 but the question is when?

It’s unlikely that any work has been carried out, however storylines may well have been worked on, and 2016 could be the earliest that the game returns but that would mean work will need to be started soon, and that may not be the case. Rockstar has many different projects and while Red Dead Redemption may be on the list, it is not the top priority for now.

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Murdered: Soul Suspect

Posted on June 16, 2014 at 11:31 pm

This is quite an extraordinary game in terms of the storyline. You play a dead detective who’s capable of solving some of the most complex crimes. As a ghost you’re able to explore freely pretty much anywhere you want to go and you have access to the real world of Salem.

The main aim of the dead detective Ronan is to discover the identity of his own killer, yet there are plenty of suspicious characters to be wary of, and the storyline is certainly not the kind you can predict.

There is a great deal of fun in this game and you can walk through walls, spook characters, analyse murder scenes, listen in on conversations and move objects around. This really is a game like no other and with improved graphics this time round it’s unlikely to be a disappointment.

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Forza Horizon 2 for Realistic Racing

Posted on June 3, 2014 at 11:57 am

Forza has developed into one of the leading racing games. It doesn’t attempt to break the rules or go underground like Need for Speed, and it’s very much a professional kind of racing game but this time round you get superb scenery and realistic racing, especially on the Xbox One and the Playstation 4.

This time you’re able to hit the stereo and take to the open road once more, and it really is a racing game that’s enjoyable, even if you’re merely cruising around in a Lamborghini. The am, in activities in this game revolve around a music festival so there are some great tracks to enjoy along the way.

If you’re looking for a game that’s enjoyable and as realistic as a racing game has ever been then you have to consider Forza Horizon 2, it really is a significant improvement on the first game.

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