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  • "From the vast open world of The Witcher 3, Bungie’s groundbreaking new shooter Destiny and breakout titles like Evolve and The Order: 1886, E3 2014 was stacked with games that are raising the bar in the highest grossing entertainment industry on the planet. It isn’t hard to see why gamers across the globe are having a harder and harder time deciding where to to spend their rapidly depleting money and time. The gaming industry has reached critical mass and in the following years we will most likely see a significant consolidation of development studios in what has become a vastly oversaturated market. Until that time you’ll have to wade through the precarious mire of games more cautiously than ever if you hope to play only the cream of the bloated and enlarged crop. Let me shed some light on one of the most exciting games being released this year in CI Game’s new title that is flying beneath the radar.

  • Lords of the Fallen is a dark fantasy action RPG slated to drop on PS4, Xbox 1 and PC later this year. What makes this game so special? It has everything you could ever want in an a story driven fantasy RPG. The stunning visuals, deep narrative in the anti-hero Harkyn, limitless customization of gear and equipment and brutal and punishing combat that requires patience and precision, will all offer the player a full and rich experience that yet again raises the bar in this genre. Lords of the Fallen is a game I have kept an eye on ever since the debut trailer earlier this year, with the only question mark in my mind being the gameplay. After getting a hands on demonstration personally with Executive Producer Tomasz Gop and Creative Director Jan Klose, I can safely put those fears to rest. Being a veteran Souls player left me utterly unprepared for the ass whooping the game doled out over and over and over again. After 45 minutes of pure brutality and frustration I put the controller aside and sat down with them and to ask questions about the game...." Read the full article



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