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More E3? YES, MORE E3! There’s enough of it for everyone, so sit back in your chair and take a look at my one-stop guide to Sony’s press conference. As always this gets my 100% guarantee for absolutely no B******t, with nothing but pure content for you to soak up. Check it out in the article below...
Well...did you see it? No?! Well worry not my absent friend, as i've got you covered. That’s right, lying in wait for your light holes (...your eyes, pervert) is the first of my ‘No-Nonsense’ guide to what just happened in E3. No PR B******t, no promises of perfection or bliss because you bought a giant box and most defiantly none of that talk about TV. It’s the E3 2013 Microsoft roundup folks and you don’t want to miss it...
Techland are fiends for releasing highly dramatised CG trailers, and their newest IP is not one to be left out of the loop. ‘Dying Light’, a Parkour themed zombie adventure game will see the best of Mirrors Edge style movement collide with the melee focused zombie slaying of Dead Island.
The trailer showcases an unfortunate guy running for his life, springing between various walls and vaulting obstacles as he attempts to flee the zombie locals, and although gameplay footage is missing it still serves as a great bit of cinema to drum up some excitement for the game. It’s also cast upon the backdrop of an awesome Woodkid track, so it gets several thumbs up from me. The ending splash screen lists the title as being out for Xbox One and PS4, with the official YouTube channel also listing Xbox 360 and PS3 releases we may not have to wait long before somersaulting through the hordes of undead.
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After last night's debut of "Come Back Haunted" on Lock 'n' Load it's time to give you more Nine Inch Nails news.
Not only were we already teased with the announcement of the band coming to the UK to play at the Leeds and Reading festivals this suumer, but we were further teased recently with Trent Reznor's revelation that he'd been "less than honest" about what he'd been up to.
The fact was that Nine Inch Nails have been in the studio and dipping their toes in the sea of electric goodness to bring us a new album with a slightly different theme to what we already know them for.
If, the opening single "Came Back Haunted" (available now on iTunes) is any indication of what to expect, we canbe sure of something very special from Trent and co, lots of moody, brooding synths coupled with thick rhythms and the trademark vocal sound all make for a potentially very exciting album.
Titled "Hesitation Marks" and due out on Columbia Records, the new Nine Inch Nails record will be released on September 3rd.
There's no official video as yet, but you can at least check out the song after the break.