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Pocket gamerApp Store : Les promotions du week-end

Pocket gamerApp Store : Les promotions du week-end

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par La rédaction le 27/05/2016

App Store : Les promotions du week-end

Avant de partir pour deux jours de repos bien mérité, la rédaction de PocketGamer.fr fait le bilan des promotions à retenir pour profiter de son iPhone ou de son iPad ce week-end.

Hey ! Cela faisait un moment qu'on ne vous avait pas proposé des promos intéressantes n'est-ce pas ? Croyez-nous, on a de quoi se faire pardonner ce week-end. Commençons par le gros morceau : à l'occasion des 30 ans de la saga Dragon Quest, de nombreux titres de la licence sont en promotion, et donc enfin à un prix raisonnable. C'est à ne pas manquer si vous êtes fan de RPG japonais, et si vous ne devez en prendre qu'un, on vous recommande chaudement le mythique Dragon Quest V qui reste à ce jour un des meilleurs jeux de la saga. Vous préférez l'action et la science-fiction ? Dans ce cas, on vous conseille l'excellent Halo : Spartan Strike, un magnifique shooter en vue de dessus situé dans l'univers futuriste du fameux MasterChief, que vous pourrez vous offrir pour moins d'un euro. Enfin, si vous préférez le réalisme et que vous êtes amateur de sports de combat, WWE 2K devrait alors sans problème combler votre envie de bourre-pifs et autres high-kicks dans la face. 

Bon week-end, et bon jeu ! 

 

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News Game Commentaires sur 50% remboursés sur toutes les consoles Xbox One ! par Dealsdugamer

News Game Commentaires sur 50% remboursés sur toutes les consoles Xbox One ! par Dealsdugamer

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Gros gros bon plan sur  les consoles Xbox One chez Cdiscount ! Le marchand propose 50% remboursés en bons d’achat sur TOUTES les consoles Xbox One du site !

Par exemple on trouve la console Xbox One + The Division + Rise of the Tomb Raider + 3 mois de Live à 309.99€ + 155€ en bons d’achats, soit un prix de revient de 155€ ! http://ift.tt/24buuNS

Ou encore la console Xbox One collector Halo 5 + le jeu + Rise of the Tomb Raider à 180€ de prix de revient ! http://ift.tt/1THIZZZ

Il y a beaucoup d’autres packs, comme celui avec Doom + Watch Dogs + The Division à prix de revient de 155€ : http://ift.tt/244BcFl

N’hésitez pas à fouiller, il y a certains le pack qui vous plait, vu le nombre de bundle Xbox One que Cdiscount a mis en ligne ces derniers temps… 🙂

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News Game Commentaires sur 50% remboursés sur toutes les consoles Xbox One ! par Neoseb82

News Game Commentaires sur 50% remboursés sur toutes les consoles Xbox One ! par Neoseb82

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Prix : -50% – Livraison : gratuite

Gros gros bon plan sur  les consoles Xbox One chez Cdiscount ! Le marchand propose 50% remboursés en bons d’achat sur TOUTES les consoles Xbox One du site !

Par exemple on trouve la console Xbox One + The Division + Rise of the Tomb Raider + 3 mois de Live à 309.99€ + 155€ en bons d’achats, soit un prix de revient de 155€ ! http://ift.tt/24buuNS

Ou encore la console Xbox One collector Halo 5 + le jeu + Rise of the Tomb Raider à 180€ de prix de revient ! http://ift.tt/1THIZZZ

Il y a beaucoup d’autres packs, comme celui avec Doom + Watch Dogs + The Division à prix de revient de 155€ : http://ift.tt/244BcFl

N’hésitez pas à fouiller, il y a certains le pack qui vous plait, vu le nombre de bundle Xbox One que Cdiscount a mis en ligne ces derniers temps… 🙂

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Gaming Games Inbox: Waiting for The Last Guardian, Splatoon vs. Overwatch, and Quake reboot

Gaming Games Inbox: Waiting for The Last Guardian, Splatoon vs. Overwatch, and Quake reboot

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Games Inbox: Waiting for The Last Guardian
The Last Guardian – how well will it review?

The evening Inbox wants an explanation for Platinum’s new Turtles game, as one reader is not happy about Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

To join in with the discussions yourself email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk

Feeding frenzy

It seems almost surreal to think that The Last Guardian is actually coming out, relatively, soon. If it was announced in 2007 that means I’ve been waiting for it for almost a decade, and to be honest it feels that way too! Being Japanese I suppose we’ll never really find out what was going on but if this does come out and is good it’s going to be one of the greatest comeback stories ever! I assume it’ll be at E3 and you’ll be able to see it there, GC?

But it does make me wonder about the age old problem of too much anticipation leading to inevitable disappointment. I mean, being the sequel to Ico and Shadow Of The Colossus is bad enough, but now it’s got all this delay baggage hanging over it.

I don’t want to seem like an apologist in advance but I hope reviewers give it a fair shake. I notice with a lot of sites (mostly American – which is just one reason why I usually stick to Eurogamer and GC) there seems to be a kind of feeding frenzy with some reviews, where they all move in a pack and start to make the same, to my mind petty, criticisms while giving other, much more mundane, games a free pace.

Hitman, which I thought was really good, was one recent example, and so was Total War: Warhammer. They were really mean about Alien Isolation as well, to the point where most of them seemed to just fundamentally not understand the game. All European-made games I note, but it’s not as if any of them are weird ideas that somehow don’t cross cultural barriers. Or at least I wouldn’t have thought so.
Carlton

GC: We’re certain it will be at E3 in some form, although Sony can be very stingy about playable demos. So we wouldn’t bet on that.

Ghost Recon busters

Watched the new Ghost Recon: Wildlands trailer and while it looks like a good game it breaks my heart that sadly Ghost Recon for what it was has died.

This was my number one favourite franchise and the greatest of tactical shooters. It was about setting your team up in tactical points to blend in with the environment, attacking slowly and mostly about communications and placement rather than player to player engagement. You had to use grenades to distract rather than kill and smoke to get from cover to cover. The beauty of the game was playing against human opponents as it would ensure every game would be different and work like a virtual game of chess.

Unfortunately, Wildlands being co-op only means I’m not going to get that back unless something has or will be announced about competitive multiplayer. But unfortunately I have all but given up that Ubisoft would ever really give what the fans wanted.
Wallace

GC: We wouldn’t rule it out. Very little has been revealed about the game, and it’s bound to have a big presence at E3 next month.

A mortgage to pay

I’m not really interested in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game but I like to follow what Platinum do, as I enjoyed all the games from them I have played like Bayonetta and Vanquish. I don’t understand how they can produce both classics and rubbish, it’s not even like they used to produce classics and then became rubbish, they produce one and then the other.

So GC, do Platinum have separate teams that produce a game each, like an A team and B team, or is the studio not big enough for that? Does the whole studio produce one game at a time with mostly everyone involved but with some projects, they just aren’t as enthusiastic about it and can’t get behind it as much?
Truk_Kurt (PSN ID)/Angry_Kurt (Twitter)

GC: Platinum are a lot bigger company than you might think, with around 200 employees and multiple different teams. Turtles was directed by Eiro Shirahama, who we’ve never heard of before, and was obviously low budget and, we’re willing to bet, created in a short time span. What they’ve got no excuse for though is taking the job in the first place, if they knew they didn’t have the resources to make it a good game. But like anyone they’ve got to put food on the table, even if that means tarnishing their reputation somewhat.

E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk

Splatwatch

Just to reply to Martyn’s letter, I would hate to put anyone off a game they might enjoy but I have to disagree with GC that Star Fox Zero is as good as the two originals. I think it’s worth a shot when it comes down in price, but I wouldn’t pay £30 for the content you will get.

A game I would recommend to scratch that shooter itch if you haven’t played it (and I think GC will agree with me on this) is Sin And Punishment: Successor Of The Skies which is available in the eShop for about £8. It is truly spectacular, even with last generation graphics, and very much embodies the spirit of Lylat Wars. Actually, it’s a shame Treasure never got a shot at Star Fox.

On a different subject, I’ve just went back to Splatoon for the third time and after 120 hours of previous play I was expecting the charm to have faded a little. I was wrong. IT IS THE BEST GAME EVER! (Sorry Resident Evil 4 you’ve lost your crown). I was literally giggling with delight playing it. There’s three new stages I didn’t even know existed! The scary thing is it still has room for improvement. I would be the first to say Nintendo should focus more on original titles but this is one sequel the world needs!

Which brings me to Overwatch. It was exciting reading your review yesterday and I’ll definitely be picking it up in the future. Is it better than Splatoon though? As that really would be saying something.
Ryan O’D

GC: We would certainly recommend Sin And Punishment. Be we think you’re forgetting just how short Starwing and Lylat Wars were. All three games are designed to be beaten within a few hours, as additional levels and secrets are unlocked later. As for Overwatch vs. Splatoon, despite the obvious similarities the gameplay is very different in both, so it’s really a case of apples and oranges. But between them they are definitely the two most exciting new shooters of the current generation.

Team players

I totally agree with your review of Overwatch, GC. It is brilliant and the best new first person shooter in years, as it is so different to everything else. I agree with your fighting game comparisons, as each of the characters are like that of a Street Fighter – where each has their own strengths and weaknesses, special moves, and counters. Only here you are in a team and Blizzard have done an outstanding job making them complement each other, and likewise be able to defend themselves against each other when it comes to fending off the other team.

They are the key element to the game and are an awful lot of fun to use, and will take months to master each one. I was fortunate enough to get a review copy of the game too so here is my own review if anyone would like to read it.
Big Angry Dad82 (gamertag)

Next in line

Now that Doom’s out and seems to have been relatively well received (although I would’ve liked to see it get to number one – I’ll be interested to see how it does in the US charts) it must be absolutely guaranteed that Quake is next. Are there any hints of an E3 reveal?

As you kind of said in your review the problem with Doom is it was always just a tech demo. Even compared to Wolfenstein there’s no real story there or any proper bad guys that aren’t just evil incarnate.

Quake’s story has always been a bit vague as well, but if they go back to the Lovecraftian vibe of the first one I think it’s got tons of potential. I’ve really been into all of Bethesda’s stuff for years, it was quite upsetting to hear how they messed around the Prey 2 guys. Even if it is just business.
Tremor

GC: It’s possible that Bethesda could announce a Quake reboot, or at least allude to it, at E3 but unlike Prey 2 there’s been no hint of it so far. We did discuss the prospect with the makers of Wolfenstein: The New Order a while back though, and we think you’re right to say that it must be a very obvious next move for Bethesda.

Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here

No strong feelings

Is anyone in GameCentral’s offices, or the community, a Dead Rising fan and would anyone welcome a new title in the series?

Also, has anyone played any previous Dead Rising games and if so what was their all-time favourite? Mine was the first Dead Rising, and after that Case West and Off The Record. The majority of the Dead Rising games have not disappointed me, and I have enjoyed every one. But the above mentioned are my all-time favourites.

I would love to see a new Dead Rising game in the works and considering I have bought every game in the series it would be a day one purchase for me. We have yet to still learn about the Smithville outbreak mentioned in Dead Rising 3 at the museum, which would be enough to make a new game out of.
gaz be rotten (gamertag)

GC: We’ve always been largely indifferent to the franchise. Although the restaurant called Jill’s Sandwiches, from the first one, is one of our favourite gaming in-jokes ever. Capcom do have two secret games yet to be unveiled and one of them could well be a new Dead Rising.

Weekend tunes

In response to SirLord Best, I also recommend the Remix.Kwed.Org website with Great Giana Sisters by Machinae Supremacy and Ocean Loader 2 by Sonic Wanderer being some of my favourites.

I’ve never heard of AmigaRemix but I’ll being checking it out this weekend…
Thelric (NN ID)

Inbox also-rans

A big thank you to Adam for the Mad Max Fury Road code. Sadly, the scene in the Indian soap using Resident Evil 4 soundtrack didn’t have a chainsaw wielding maniac on the loose. It looked rather talky and boring.
Alek Kazam

They’ll always be Ninja Turtles to me GC…
Dominic

This week’s Hot Topic

The subject for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Onibee, who asks what games from the current generation do you think will be regarded as classics in the future?

This isn’t just games you happen to like, but titles you honestly feel will be accepted by the majority of gamers as an all-time great. You can make your suggestions for any games released on the 3DS, PS Vita, Wii U, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 – or for the PC or other formats from 2011 onwards.

What is it about the games that makes you think they’re classics, and what’s the difference between a good game and a legendary one? Do you think this generation has produced enough of these types of classics and what titles in the immediate future do you think might also qualify?

E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk

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News LOL Game IEM Gyeonggi to feature LoL and StarCraft 2

News LOL Game IEM Gyeonggi to feature LoL and StarCraft 2

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Intel Extreme Masters Gyeonggi will feature a League of Legends and a StarCraft 2 tournament, Intel announced Friday.

IEM Gyeonggi will be the first South Korean IEM event since IEM Seoul in 2008, which featured Counter-Strike 1.6, World of Warcraft and Warcraft III. For the return trip, the tournament is featuring two of the region's strongest games.

Teams and players for the event have yet to be announced, but the winners will move on to the IEM World Championship in Katowice, Poland, which will take place in March 2017.

IEM Gyeonggi will take place in Gyeonggi, South Korea, from December 16-18.

Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports. You can follow him on Twitter.

StarCraft II News IEM Gyeonggi to feature LoL and StarCraft 2

StarCraft II News IEM Gyeonggi to feature LoL and StarCraft 2

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Intel Extreme Masters Gyeonggi will feature a League of Legends and a StarCraft 2 tournament, Intel announced Friday.

IEM Gyeonggi will be the first South Korean IEM event since IEM Seoul in 2008, which featured Counter-Strike 1.6, World of Warcraft and Warcraft III. For the return trip, the tournament is featuring two of the region's strongest games.

Teams and players for the event have yet to be announced, but the winners will move on to the IEM World Championship in Katowice, Poland, which will take place in March 2017.

IEM Gyeonggi will take place in Gyeonggi, South Korea, from December 16-18.

Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports. You can follow him on Twitter.

Pocket gamerTest de Warp Shift

Pocket gamerTest de Warp Shift

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par La rédaction le 27/05/2016

Test de Warp Shift
iPadiPhone

Sorti mercredi sur l'App Store, Warp Shift est un puzzle-game qui vient apporter un peu de fraîcheur dans un genre sur-représenté sur mobiles.

Warp Shift est un puzzle-game très bien conçu et tout simplement magnifique qui devrait illuminer l'écran de votre smartphone pendant des jours. Si c'est votre came, foncez.

Lire l'intégralité du test de Warp Shift.


Pocket gamerSamurai Rising au Japon pour le 2 juin

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par La rédaction le 27/05/2016

Samurai Rising au Japon pour le 2 juin

Annoncé depuis un peu plus d'un mois, le Action-RPG de Square Enix Samurai Rising sera disponible sur l'archipel nippon le 2 juin. 

Au cas où vous auriez oublié, Samurai Rising est un Action-RPG qui n'est pas lié à  Final Fantasy, mais qui emprunte néanmoins nombre d'éléments de cette saga, comme son bestiaire ou les différentes classes jouables par exemple. Le gameplay est plutôt simple, on y dirige un groupe de personnages afin de remplir des quêtes. Dans chacune d'elles, il faudra vaincre les ennemis présents à l'écran, en utilisant au mieux les compétences qui sont à notre disposition. 

Nous ne savons toujours pas si le jeu bénéficiera d'une localisation en Occident, mais en attendant on peut toujours se consoler avec le nouveau trailer visible ci-dessus. 


Gaming Second Hitman elusive target is live now

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Second Hitman elusive target is live now
Hitman – something for the weekend

Hitman players have a new one shot assassination target to aim for, as The Congressman makes an appearance in Sapienza.

If you switch on Hitman today, and visit the Sapienza map, you’ll find that you’ve got a new elusive target to aim for, called The Congressman.

As before, you’ve only got one chance to get him and if you mess up your hit there’s no second chance. He also won’t be in the game for more than 48 hours, so you better hope your bank holiday plans can accommodate him.

Elusive targets don’t show up in Instinct mode, so you won’t have much to go on – although the video below does give you a few clues as to how you might handle things.

If you manage to get five elusive targets you’ll be rewards with the signature suit from Hitman Absolution. If you get 10 then you’ll get the one from Blood Money. Future rewards will include versions of the suits with gloves.

So far the episodic approach to Hitman seems to be going down well with fans, and Square Enix recently announced that the third episode, set in Marrakesh, will be released on Tuesday, May 31.

More episodes will follow and the game will finally be collected into a single retail release sometime next year. Although if you wait till then you’ll miss out on all the elusive targets.

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