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Most games sound good; after all, someone, somewhere, has to approve them and throw money into the development process, and on paper, Obscure: The Aftermath sounds great. In practice, however, what could have been a fantastic addition to the Wii library simply falls flat due to far too many techni...

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April 2, 2008 at 10:30AM

We love survival horror (especially on our Wiis), but after watching this trailer, it's hard to be excited in any way for Obscure: The Aftermath. It looks like a cheesy horror film, though with none of the charm (or Bruce Campbell) that makes such movies worth watching. Not only did were we...

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Fights over who owns what is certainly not uncommon in big business, though video game companies generally seem to keep their noses clean, no doubt thanks to the groundwork laid by a handful of notable past litigations. Still, from time to time studios lock horns over a title, and that is certainl...

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Playlogic, an independent games developer and publisher based in the Netherlands, have told UK trade magazine MCV that they are working on a new IP for the PS3. The game is still in the very early stages, but they are confident that it will be a worthy addition to the console's lineup. Playlogic ha...

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Like a prairie dog, it seems like Xyanide Resurrection will vanish for awhile only to pop its head up to make sure everyone knows it's still around. After releasing a demo in June, we haven't heard much about Playlogic's new shooter, but the developer has recently announced a distribution deal wit...

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Playlogic recently became a fully accredited partner for the PS2 and PSP, made official by Sony last week. This allowed for full publishing rights on those consoles, but it seems the Dutch-based company couldn't help themselves. They've announced they're also going to make the jump to the most recen...

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It's been a long time since we last saw Xyanide Resurrection, a promising new arcade shooter from Playlogic. A demo of the first level is now available for you to download and try. Rogier W. Smit, Executive Vice President of Playlogic comments: "Having this demo available for players all over the ...

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Chris has been posting a lot on Xyanide Resurrection, and like many of you, I was skeptical about this game. Playlogic kept touting its revolutionary video technology, yet all we had to look at was still screens. Now that I had a chance to see the game in motion, I'm kindly requesting that all of y...

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Gamespot has just released a bunch new screens of Playlogic's upcoming shooter Xyanide Resurrection. And if shooting at giant, half-naked, outer-space prepubescent boys is your idea of having a good time, the game appears to be right up your alley. Fortunately for us, that's not all it has going fo...

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A new benchmark in PSP development is on the horizon. Playlogic, who just recently became a licensed PSP developer, plans to use a new video-streaming technology in their upcoming Xyanide Resurrection title that's never been used on the PSP or any handheld game before. Playlogic does this by integr...

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No, not software pirates, silly! Seafaring pirates. Atari recently announced it will distribute Playlogic Entertainment's upcoming swashbuckler, Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales. Director of Marketing, Rick Mehler, describes Age of Pirates thusly: "Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales provides a deep rol...

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