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  1. AER tells the story of Auk, a shape-shifting girl who can transform into a bird. Her ability to become a bird will prove incredibly helpful as players explore her fractured world of floating islands. As Auk, players will embark on a journey to discover her people's "Memories of the Past." These memories are scattered far and wide, in remote areas that only Auk can find. During this journey, players will encounter other shape-shifters, find the ruins of old gods, and vanquish menacing shadow creatures. AER makes use of a colorful, low-poly aesthetic that serves to emphasize the game's quiet demeanor. You can see more screenshots on the Extra Life Facebook page. AER will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux in 2016.
  2. AER tells the story of Auk, a shape-shifting girl who can transform into a bird. Her ability to become a bird will prove incredibly helpful as players explore her fractured world of floating islands. As Auk, players will embark on a journey to discover her people's "Memories of the Past." These memories are scattered far and wide, in remote areas that only Auk can find. During this journey, players will encounter other shape-shifters, find the ruins of old gods, and vanquish menacing shadow creatures. AER makes use of a colorful, low-poly aesthetic that serves to emphasize the game's quiet demeanor. You can see more screenshots on the Extra Life Facebook page. AER will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux in 2016. View full article
  3. To those of you still clinging onto some hope that BioShock Vita might still be happening, I'm sorry. To the rest of you, prepare to visit Rapture once more on iOS sometime this summer. Despite the recent shuttering of Irrational Games, 2K Games retains the rights to make more BioShock titles, including re-releasing past BioShock games. Thus, 2K tweeted today that BioShock will be coming to iOS sometime "soon." Screenshots have also appeared on the web, which you can check out on the Extra Life Facebook page. Even though BioShock came out seven years ago, 2K Games' China studio clearly had to make some sacrifices in the graphics department to fit within Apple's size limits. While Extra Life hasn't had any direct hands-on time with the mobile title, Endgaget has a great preview that details their brief stint with iOS BioShock.
  4. To those of you still clinging onto some hope that BioShock Vita might still be happening, I'm sorry. To the rest of you, prepare to visit Rapture once more on iOS sometime this summer. Despite the recent shuttering of Irrational Games, 2K Games retains the rights to make more BioShock titles, including re-releasing past BioShock games. Thus, 2K tweeted today that BioShock will be coming to iOS sometime "soon." Screenshots have also appeared on the web, which you can check out on the Extra Life Facebook page. Even though BioShock came out seven years ago, 2K Games' China studio clearly had to make some sacrifices in the graphics department to fit within Apple's size limits. While Extra Life hasn't had any direct hands-on time with the mobile title, Endgaget has a great preview that details their brief stint with iOS BioShock. View full article
  5. BioWare today revealed the impending release date along with a new gameplay trailer to get fans excited to play as the mysterious Inquisitor. The new trailer shows off a bit of the overarching Inquisition story as well as some brief snippets of combat, enemies, and shows off the gorgeous environments. Be sure to check out the screenshots released last month that showcased the new creatures, environments, and characters. Dragon Age: Inquisition is slated for release on October 7 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC via Origin. View full article
  6. BioWare today revealed the impending release date along with a new gameplay trailer to get fans excited to play as the mysterious Inquisitor. The new trailer shows off a bit of the overarching Inquisition story as well as some brief snippets of combat, enemies, and shows off the gorgeous environments. Be sure to check out the screenshots released last month that showcased the new creatures, environments, and characters. Dragon Age: Inquisition is slated for release on October 7 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC via Origin.
  7. Supergiant Games has released a new batch of screenshots alongside the official launch date of their next isometric action-RPG. On May 20, Transistor (which we played at E3 last year) will hit PlayStation 4 via PSN and PC through Steam and the Supergiant Games website. It will retail for $19.99 worldwide. The voice-over work will be in English, while the text will have localization options in French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Portuguese. You can view screenshots for Transistor on the Extra Life Facebook page. View full article
  8. Supergiant Games has released a new batch of screenshots alongside the official launch date of their next isometric action-RPG. On May 20, Transistor (which we played at E3 last year) will hit PlayStation 4 via PSN and PC through Steam and the Supergiant Games website. It will retail for $19.99 worldwide. The voice-over work will be in English, while the text will have localization options in French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Portuguese. You can view screenshots for Transistor on the Extra Life Facebook page.
  9. A bevy of bodacious and beautiful images have made their way onto the internet and it would appear that Dragon Age: Inquisition is intent on living up to its predecessors. From the fantastical creatures dramatically presented by the awesome lighting effects to the serene calm of a swamp at sunset, these screens show off the amazing world BioWare has crafted lovingly in the Frostbite engine. Along with the visual smorgasbord, there are a number of noteworthy things in this pack of screens. Besides a very big and intimidating dragon, the screenshots show off what looks like an ogre (or possibly a rave troll?) and a pack of zombies. The familiar face of Varric Tethras, the swashbuckling dwarf from Dragon Age II, makes an appearance. There is also an elven mage that looks suspiciously like Nicholas Cage. Those who love Dragon Age can still audition for a role voice acting a character in Inquisition! You can view these screenshots on the Extra Life Facebook page (and while you're there why not give us a like? *wink wink nudge nudge*). View full article
  10. A bevy of bodacious and beautiful images have made their way onto the internet and it would appear that Dragon Age: Inquisition is intent on living up to its predecessors. From the fantastical creatures dramatically presented by the awesome lighting effects to the serene calm of a swamp at sunset, these screens show off the amazing world BioWare has crafted lovingly in the Frostbite engine. Along with the visual smorgasbord, there are a number of noteworthy things in this pack of screens. Besides a very big and intimidating dragon, the screenshots show off what looks like an ogre (or possibly a rave troll?) and a pack of zombies. The familiar face of Varric Tethras, the swashbuckling dwarf from Dragon Age II, makes an appearance. There is also an elven mage that looks suspiciously like Nicholas Cage. Those who love Dragon Age can still audition for a role voice acting a character in Inquisition! You can view these screenshots on the Extra Life Facebook page (and while you're there why not give us a like? *wink wink nudge nudge*).
  11. Galactic Civilizations III looks better than ever with improved graphics and additional races while also welcoming newcomers into the fold by presenting galactic histories as well as an interactive timeline for curious prospective players to delve into the lore of the galaxy circa 2242. Galactic Civilizations is a series of turn-based, 4X strategy titles dating back to 2003 (after Stardock remade the original from 1994). Basically, it applied Sid Meier's Civilization to outer space and different alien species. Rather than dealing with purely terrestrial ideological and technological differences, players had to navigate sticky situations like how to deal with the Yor, an implacable race of sentient robots with one mind and a deep hatred of organic life. Now the third official installment is gearing up to come to PCs. For people who never played the previous entries, which covered the beginnings of human expansion into the larger galactic stage and a gigantic war against a faction of one of the oldest space-faring races known as the Dread Lords, Stardock has written up background info for most of the playable races (more will be revealed soon), and a timeline of the galaxy beginning billions of years ago. You might be thinking to yourself, "Why would I care to know the lore of Galactic Civilizations?" For one, it gives you an idea of what each civilization is looking for on the diplomatic side of the game. For another, it provides context for this awesome announcement trailer. For more information on Galactic Civilization III, check out the databanks on the game's website. Any strategy fans out there chomping at the bit to get their hands on the next big space 4X? View full article
  12. Galactic Civilizations III looks better than ever with improved graphics and additional races while also welcoming newcomers into the fold by presenting galactic histories as well as an interactive timeline for curious prospective players to delve into the lore of the galaxy circa 2242. Galactic Civilizations is a series of turn-based, 4X strategy titles dating back to 2003 (after Stardock remade the original from 1994). Basically, it applied Sid Meier's Civilization to outer space and different alien species. Rather than dealing with purely terrestrial ideological and technological differences, players had to navigate sticky situations like how to deal with the Yor, an implacable race of sentient robots with one mind and a deep hatred of organic life. Now the third official installment is gearing up to come to PCs. For people who never played the previous entries, which covered the beginnings of human expansion into the larger galactic stage and a gigantic war against a faction of one of the oldest space-faring races known as the Dread Lords, Stardock has written up background info for most of the playable races (more will be revealed soon), and a timeline of the galaxy beginning billions of years ago. You might be thinking to yourself, "Why would I care to know the lore of Galactic Civilizations?" For one, it gives you an idea of what each civilization is looking for on the diplomatic side of the game. For another, it provides context for this awesome announcement trailer. For more information on Galactic Civilization III, check out the databanks on the game's website. Any strategy fans out there chomping at the bit to get their hands on the next big space 4X?
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