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Bethesda has always made it clear that it wants gamers to associate Hunted: The Demon's Forge with action games like Gears of War. Watching the latest trailer, we'd say "mission accomplished." Honestly, the only thing missing at this point are chainsaws, curb stomps and a dead Carmine brother....

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Man, the world of Hunted: The Demon's Forge sounds like an awful place to live. Just listen to some of high points: A terrible rising evil, roving bands of monsters, antagonistic armies and, we're sure, plummeting real estate values. Check out the video to see why it's a buyer's market in Hunted....

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Americans anxious to get down to the business of paying money for a game should know that Bethesda has announced pre-order incentives for its upcoming Unreal Engine 3-powered fantasy RPG, Hunted: The Demon's Forge. Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Steam, Direct2Drive and GameStop will all offer specific ...

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Brian Fargo is no stranger to the world of video game development, having originally founded Interplay back in 1984. He's worked on titles like the original Bard's Tale and Wasteland, and Interplay developed everything from Battle Chess to Fallout to Baldur's Gate. When Interplay was acquired by Ti...

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Despite being released in retail form for PC, Wii and DS as Line Rider 2, the Flash version of the original Line Rider is still being tweaked by developer Sparkworkz to provide the most casual and simply obsessed of players with the optimal "drawing stuff, then dropping a sled on it" experience. The...

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There's a reasonable possibility that you're wondering what both inXile and Choplifter are. The former is the company responsible for the amusing RPG The Bard's Tale, the console versions of Line Rider and not much else. Choplifter, for the uninitiated, is a series of video games (first released i...

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We've alternately consulted both our Magic 8 Ball and a Ouija board for answers to the Fallout MMO question. As in, will there be one? We think we've got a handle on the licensing intricacies of Fallout between ZeniMax Media (parent company of Bethesda Softworks) and Interplay thanks to a stellar a...

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One of the developers behind the classic Fallout has ended his tenure with Interplay to join inXile Entertainment. Jason Anderson brings his survival instincts to inXile as the creative director for an unannounced role-playing title. At the end of his career with Interplay, Anderson was working as...

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I thought Line Rider kind of "jumped" the shark (so to speak) when they sold out to McDonald's, but apparently the little sandbox physics game is still kicking around. InXile, the company that makes it, is working on a version for the iPhone. There was a version available for jailbreakers, but appar...

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With two different versions releasing soon, as well as the original PC game, Line Rider is one popular title right about now. Having checked out screens, trailers, and even interviews with the creator, you can bet we're excited for the game. But, which version should we go with? InXile Entertainment...

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IGN has a bunch of new screens up for Line Rider 2: Unbound, including some basic shots of the game's playback editor. It's clear that the site has also had some hands-on time with the game -- we know this because an IGN bod has scrawled out the letters "IGN" for their rider to coast along. Predicta...

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If you thought you precious Line Rider experience was in jeopardy of being altered or changed in some way, perhaps turning into something else entirely on the DS, then let those fears disappear. As you can see from the video above, Line Rider 2: Unbound very much looks and plays like Line Rider...

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We don't have to tell you how badass Line Rider is. The "game" looks incredibly unique and should cater to the Wii audience perfectly. Now we finally get to see how the Wii version, Line Rider 2: Unbound, looks. Over at Game | Life, InXile producer Chris Keenan on the Line Rider project has shown o...

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While we all sit on our hands, waiting for the DS and Wii version of Line Rider, the game's creator, Bostjan Cadez took time out of making it to conduct a nice interview with GameSetWatch. In it, Cadez talks about spitballing names for the little line-riding dude himself, as well as touching on inXi...

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The first real screens of DS Line Rider show a game with more visual detail than the original, in that there is some visual detail. In this snow setting (they might all be snow settings? It is a sled game, after all), it appears that your drawn lines create an actual landscape that your rider follow...

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It's been a while since we talked about the cult flash physics game Line Rider. Last we heard, developer InXile Entertainment snatched up the rights to the project, with the intent to release it on DS and Wii. Now, industry newbie Genius Products has announced intentions to publish the game on the...

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Genius Products is a home entertainment company that seems to focus on DVD publishing. They're expanding into video games with the DS, PC, and Wii retail releases of inXile Entertainment's Line Rider. In the press release announcing the company's new business, Genius revealed that they are plannin...

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For those of you who've been anxiously awaiting the DS and Wii versions of Line Rider, know that your wait is almost over. After not hearing a single peep about the game during 2007, this year brings news that not only is the game releasing this summer, but that developers have been hard at work o...

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These two videos couldn't be more different, and yet, they both involve dudes riding things on hills. Line Rider just has considerably less dust than Nitrobike. There's recent footage on both, and we can't decide which is more interesting without turning the Wii Fanboy offices into a live action pra...

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