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E3 2018: ‘Dying Light 2’ Trailer and Gameplay Video
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Dying Light 2

Another sequel that was announced for E3 2018 is Dying Light 2, the follow-up to Techland’s hit first-person zombie game in which the player has free-running parkour skills to help quickly navigate the environment…especially at night when things get really nasty.

To reveal the game, an announcement trailer was first shown. That was then followed by the world premiere of some gameplay action, which shows how the choices you make in Dying Light 2 can affect how things play out.

Click on over to the other side now to check out both of these videos.

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$388,000 ‘Dying Light’ Special Edition Including Zombie-Proof House Announced
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Dying Light Gameplay

A new special edition version of the recently released first-person zombie game Dying Light has been announced, and it is…just a little bit insane.

The special edition is called the “My Apocalypse Edition,” and will cost you just £250,000, which equals out to about $388,000. That’s a hell of a lot of coin, yes indeed, but it comes with all sorts of stuff, including your very owen zombie apocalypse-proof house.

You can see a full rundown of everything that comes with this extra fancy edition of Dying Light below.

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‘Dying Light’ Co-Op and Be The Zombie Gameplay Demos
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Dying Light

With one week to go until the release of Dying Light, the new first-person free-running zombie apocalypse game from developer Techland, some of you might be on the fence as to whether or not to buy the game.

We’ve seen more than enough gameplay previews and trailers and such, but there’s only so much you can get from previews you know were made to look especially attractive and intriguing before they were released. No, no—the best way to see whether a game is something you might be interested in playing is to see others play it.

Like Techland’s previous zombie title, Dead Island, Dying Light will allow you to play with your friends if you so choose. There’s also a mode that allows you to play as a crazy overpowered zombie. Below you can find two gameplay demos, one focusing on co-op play and the other showing what it’s like to play as the zombie.

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‘Dying Light’ Interactive “Test Your Survival Skills” Video Released
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Dying Light Freerunning

A new video has been released for the upcoming first-person zombie freerunning game Dying Light, which comes from Dead Island developer Techland and publisher WB Games.

If you just can’t wait to play the game, this is an interactive “Test Your Survival Skills” video that will allow you to choose where the action goes next. Will you try to kill that zombie up ahead, or will you climb to the rooftops to ensure that you live to fight another day?

Click on over to the other side to see how you do, and also watch a couple of other recently released previews of the game.

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Zombie Game ‘Dying Light’ Canceled On Xbox 360, PS3
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Dying Light Gameplay

We’ve seen a pile of highly anticipated 2014 video games get pushed back to 2015, because they were announced far too early to help boost sales of the newest generation of consoles. One of these games was Dying Light, the upcoming first-person zombie game from Dead Island and Call of Juarez developer Techland, which was delayed back in May.

As it turns out, being announced too early wasn’t the only reason for the game’s delay. Developing it for both current and last-gen consoles was proving too tricky to figure out, and so it’s been decided to completely cancel both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game.

You can read the full announcement below.

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‘The Elder Scrolls Online,’ ‘Dying Light’ Both Get Delayed
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If you were looking forward to finally playing The Elder Scrolls Online on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 when it was scheduled to be released next month, or of you were looking forward to the first-person zombie game Dying Light, there’s a bit of bad news.

In a statement released today, it has been revealed that the Elder Scrolls Online will not be up to the standards set by developer ZeniMax Online Studios and publisher Bethesda Softworks in time, and it could take up to six months to get the wrinkles ironed out. This is no big shock considering many big games get delayed in order to ensure the quality is there, and this particular game is extra large. Not to mention the fact that MMORPGs running on consoles is still a new thing being figured out.

But still, this is a big deal just a month before launch when many people have already pre-ordered their copy of the game. For this, a special offer has also been announced to try to make up for the inconvenience. You can read the full statement, including what the special offer is, below.

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New ‘Dying Light’ Trailer Looks At Who We Were Before The Zombie Apocalypse
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Dying Light "Humanity" Trailer

We’ve seen some exciting gameplay demos for Dying Light (be sure to check out both the 9-minute and 12-minute previews), the upcoming first-person zombie apocalypse freerunning game from developer Techland and publisher WB Games.

A new trailer for Dying Light has been released titled “Humanity,” which offers both cinematic and gameplay glimpses of the game while discussing who people were—and who the zombies were as well—before a viral apocalypse changed everything.

You can check out the new trailer below.

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New 9-Minute ‘Dying Light’ Gameplay Video Released
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Dying Light Gameplay

You may have seen the first gameplay demo for the upcoming Techland and WB Games title Dying Light this past summer, and now comes a new lengthy peek at the game.

This new gameplay demo runs nine minutes, and again shows off the two very different sides of the game—the day time and the night. In the day time you’re still surrounded by the undead, and they can still be very dangerous to you if you get careless, but a mixture of combat options, traps, and the ability to free run around the open world from ground level to the rooftops gives you the edge in staying out of harm’s way. But when the sun fades, something changes in these beasties, and they become much more aggressive and much more deadly as they chase you to areas you didn’t think they could reach.

Continue below to read more about the game and to check out the new gameplay demo.

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Game Review: Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger
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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger
DEVELOPER: Techland
PUBLISHER: Ubisoft
RELEASE DATE: May 22, 2013

As a fan of all things old west, I crave video games set in those times, and there haven’t been a whole lot of them to enjoy. The best so far has been Red Dead Redemption, but the ultimate would be a first-person open-world RPG western, kind of like Fallout: New Vegas but in the late 19th century and without all the apocalypse stuff.

It was this wish for more first-person western games that first drew me to the Call of Juarez series. The first game was a little rough around the edges, but because it was a western FPS it gained a special place in my heart. The sequel, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, was actually a prequel, and also an improvement over the first game. Then came Call of Juarez: The Cartel, which has no place in this conversation because it jumped to modern day Los Angeles and made me very sad.

I wasn’t the only one saddened by this attempted escape from the old west, and developer Techland and publisher Ubisoft took notice, returning to the franchise’s roots for the fourth game in the series, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. But is it worth your time?

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Trailer For ‘Call Of Juarez’ Game Series’ Return To Westerns ‘Gunslinger’ Released
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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger

The Call of Juarez video game series is a bit of an awkward one, to say the least. The first two games in the series—Call of Juarez and its prequel, Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood—are by no means considered to be great by most people. But if you’re really into westerns, such as myself, they can also be a ton of fun to play.

Then came word of the third game, which would be called Call of Juarez: The Cartel and be set in modern day Los Angeles. As you might have guessed, both fans of the previous two games and non-fans alike scratched their heads at the move. And unsurprisingly, the game did not do well at all.

To developer Techland and publisher Ubisoft’s credit, they learned from the mistake, and are now returning to the old west with Call of Juarez: Gunslinger. Continue below for more and to check out a gameplay trailer for the game.

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