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  1. Project Aces has announced how and when Ace Combat fans can get access to the PlayStation 3 beta. February 4-11, gamers can download the PlayStation 3-exclusive Ace Combat Infinity open beta client from the PlayStation Store. Access to the beta is free and participants will receive a unique, in-game emblem. Players will be able to give feedback on the beta by filling out this survey. The beta will have two modes, one for single player and another for co-op. The solo campaign will feature ridiculous super weapons, over-the-top aerial dogfights, and other staples of the Ace Combat franchise. Co-op will have players teaming up in up to two groups of four, pitting themselves against hordes of NPC aircraft. As a long-time Ace Combat enthusiast, I am very eager to get some hands-on time with Infinity. Hopefully it will have a relatively long life cycle, despite being a PS3-exclusive. View full article
  2. Project Aces has announced how and when Ace Combat fans can get access to the PlayStation 3 beta. February 4-11, gamers can download the PlayStation 3-exclusive Ace Combat Infinity open beta client from the PlayStation Store. Access to the beta is free and participants will receive a unique, in-game emblem. Players will be able to give feedback on the beta by filling out this survey. The beta will have two modes, one for single player and another for co-op. The solo campaign will feature ridiculous super weapons, over-the-top aerial dogfights, and other staples of the Ace Combat franchise. Co-op will have players teaming up in up to two groups of four, pitting themselves against hordes of NPC aircraft. As a long-time Ace Combat enthusiast, I am very eager to get some hands-on time with Infinity. Hopefully it will have a relatively long life cycle, despite being a PS3-exclusive.
  3. Crytek's newest FPS is free, runs on CryEngine 3, plays in your internet browser, and now has a spiffy launch trailer. If you thought that you would never be able to play a game in your internet browser that didn't have top of the line graphics, you were wrong. Warface entered its open Beta today and is welcoming players with open arms. Crytek's latest game focuses on Versus and Co-op modes. In Versus, players can choose between classics like Team Death Match, Free-for-All, and Plant the Bomb, as well as variations on capture/hold the point-style games in Storm and Destruction. There is a sixth Versus mode called Tactics that calls for the use of, unsurprisingly, tactics. The Co-op modes pit players with up to five friends against the AI in challenges that change daily and rewards players who work well together. Both Versus and Co-op give players the option to choose between the Rifleman, Sniper, Medic, and Engineer classes. To create an account and play Warface, you'll need to create a gface account. After confirming your email address and installing a plug-in, you should be able to restart your browser and begin playing Crytek's Free-to-Play experiment. View full article
  4. Crytek's newest FPS is free, runs on CryEngine 3, plays in your internet browser, and now has a spiffy launch trailer. If you thought that you would never be able to play a game in your internet browser that didn't have top of the line graphics, you were wrong. Warface entered its open Beta today and is welcoming players with open arms. Crytek's latest game focuses on Versus and Co-op modes. In Versus, players can choose between classics like Team Death Match, Free-for-All, and Plant the Bomb, as well as variations on capture/hold the point-style games in Storm and Destruction. There is a sixth Versus mode called Tactics that calls for the use of, unsurprisingly, tactics. The Co-op modes pit players with up to five friends against the AI in challenges that change daily and rewards players who work well together. Both Versus and Co-op give players the option to choose between the Rifleman, Sniper, Medic, and Engineer classes. To create an account and play Warface, you'll need to create a gface account. After confirming your email address and installing a plug-in, you should be able to restart your browser and begin playing Crytek's Free-to-Play experiment.
  5. Bungie's next project doesn't come out until early 2014, but fans can get early access to the beta by pre-ordering the title from participating retailers. To check which sellers are participating in the per-order beta giveaways, check www.destinythegame.com/wheretobuy. Entry codes will be printed on receipts, flyers distributed at the time of purchase, or sent via email through a retail rewards program. Fans that pre-ordered before October 1 and qualify for this offer are automatically entered into the beta and will receive their entry code from their retailer via email. Use the code on bungie.net/beta and follow the instructions to access the first glimpse of Destiny. The beta will begin next year on all systems that Destiny will release on: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Additionally, Bungie released a new gameplay trailer called "The Moon" which highlights the enemy race known as the Hive. View full article
  6. Bungie's next project doesn't come out until early 2014, but fans can get early access to the beta by pre-ordering the title from participating retailers. To check which sellers are participating in the per-order beta giveaways, check www.destinythegame.com/wheretobuy. Entry codes will be printed on receipts, flyers distributed at the time of purchase, or sent via email through a retail rewards program. Fans that pre-ordered before October 1 and qualify for this offer are automatically entered into the beta and will receive their entry code from their retailer via email. Use the code on bungie.net/beta and follow the instructions to access the first glimpse of Destiny. The beta will begin next year on all systems that Destiny will release on: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Additionally, Bungie released a new gameplay trailer called "The Moon" which highlights the enemy race known as the Hive.
  7. Earlier this week, Valve dropped a knowledge bomb by unveiling SteamOS. Today they revealed that what was rumored to be a Steam Box will actually be multiple boxes from multiple manufacturers coming in 2014. While Valve hasn't said what companies will be creating the hardware, they have said that they will be coming next year and all will come running SteamOS. As a means of testing their own box, Valve will be giving away 300 beta machines to Steam users free of charge. "We have designed a high-performance prototype that’s optimized for gaming, for the living room, and for Steam. Of course, it’s also completely upgradable and open," read the announcement. Want to be eligible to be chosen for the beta? Just follow these simple steps: Before October 25, log in to Steam and then visit your quest page to track your current status towards beta test eligibility Join the Steam Universe community group Agree to the Steam Hardware Beta Terms and Conditions Make 10 Steam friends (if you haven't already) Create a public Steam Community profile (if you haven't already) Play a game using a gamepad in Big Picture mode If you have more questions regarding the box, there is a handy FAQ included in the Steam Machines announcement. There are still many unanswered questions related to the specs of Valve's beta box, who will be making the other boxes, etc. However, Valve is making it clear that these boxes will be highly modifiable. There is a third and final countdown for Friday and the last words of the Steam Machines announcement read: "Am I going to be using a mouse and a keyboard in the living-room? If you want. But Steam and SteamOS work well with gamepads, too. Stay tuned, though - we have some more to say very soon on the topic of input." Does this mean we will be seeing a Valve controller reveal? Stay tuned and we'll keep you up to date. What do you guys think of this turn of events? What do you make of Valve's plunge into hardware and operating systems? View full article
  8. Earlier this week, Valve dropped a knowledge bomb by unveiling SteamOS. Today they revealed that what was rumored to be a Steam Box will actually be multiple boxes from multiple manufacturers coming in 2014. While Valve hasn't said what companies will be creating the hardware, they have said that they will be coming next year and all will come running SteamOS. As a means of testing their own box, Valve will be giving away 300 beta machines to Steam users free of charge. "We have designed a high-performance prototype that’s optimized for gaming, for the living room, and for Steam. Of course, it’s also completely upgradable and open," read the announcement. Want to be eligible to be chosen for the beta? Just follow these simple steps: Before October 25, log in to Steam and then visit your quest page to track your current status towards beta test eligibility Join the Steam Universe community group Agree to the Steam Hardware Beta Terms and Conditions Make 10 Steam friends (if you haven't already) Create a public Steam Community profile (if you haven't already) Play a game using a gamepad in Big Picture mode If you have more questions regarding the box, there is a handy FAQ included in the Steam Machines announcement. There are still many unanswered questions related to the specs of Valve's beta box, who will be making the other boxes, etc. However, Valve is making it clear that these boxes will be highly modifiable. There is a third and final countdown for Friday and the last words of the Steam Machines announcement read: "Am I going to be using a mouse and a keyboard in the living-room? If you want. But Steam and SteamOS work well with gamepads, too. Stay tuned, though - we have some more to say very soon on the topic of input." Does this mean we will be seeing a Valve controller reveal? Stay tuned and we'll keep you up to date. What do you guys think of this turn of events? What do you make of Valve's plunge into hardware and operating systems?
  9. Have you seen someone advertising beta access to Respawn's next-gen FPS? If so, clutch onto your sensitive information a bit tighter because they were completely not legitimate. A tweet sent out by Respawn last week, which was caught by Gamespot, read, "To keep our fans safe from scammers, please note that all sites advertising beta access are 100 percent scams. #BePCSafe #Titanfall." If you see sites claiming to give early access to the title, steer well clear of them. Titanfall is expected sometime next year on PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. View full article
  10. Have you seen someone advertising beta access to Respawn's next-gen FPS? If so, clutch onto your sensitive information a bit tighter because they were completely not legitimate. A tweet sent out by Respawn last week, which was caught by Gamespot, read, "To keep our fans safe from scammers, please note that all sites advertising beta access are 100 percent scams. #BePCSafe #Titanfall." If you see sites claiming to give early access to the title, steer well clear of them. Titanfall is expected sometime next year on PC, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
  11. Mojang, the company behind the incredibly popular and influential Minecraft, has revealed an open beta release date for Scrolls as well as gameplay info and a snazzy new launch trailer. Scrolls is a card-based strategy game meant to be played against other players online. The object of the game is to destroy three of your opponent's five magic idols. Each player makes use of their scrolls (i.e. cards) to summon monsters, cast spells, create structures, or enchant their creatures. Cards are acquired simply by playing the game's various modes and by using in-game gold to purchase new scrolls. A smaller selection of scrolls can be purchased with shards, the in-game currency that can be purchased with real money. Scrolls launches in open beta on June 3rd for PC and Mac and will come with a price tag of $20. For more information on Scrolls, you can read this handy mini-guide on the official website.
  12. Mojang, the company behind the incredibly popular and influential Minecraft, has revealed an open beta release date for Scrolls as well as gameplay info and a snazzy new launch trailer. Scrolls is a card-based strategy game meant to be played against other players online. The object of the game is to destroy three of your opponent's five magic idols. Each player makes use of their scrolls (i.e. cards) to summon monsters, cast spells, create structures, or enchant their creatures. Cards are acquired simply by playing the game's various modes and by using in-game gold to purchase new scrolls. A smaller selection of scrolls can be purchased with shards, the in-game currency that can be purchased with real money. Scrolls launches in open beta on June 3rd for PC and Mac and will come with a price tag of $20. For more information on Scrolls, you can read this handy mini-guide on the official website. View full article
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