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In recent years, quite a few legendary id titles have received a modern reissue, however, Commander Keen has yet to pay our respects to us. Commander Keen first appeared in 1990, it was the first game from id Software, followed by successes like Doom and Wolfenstein – the latter are back, wrapping the old experience in a modern robe. Id Software co-founder Tom Hall has now said he would love to see Billy Blaze in another big adventure, but unfortunately he doesn’t have the rights. Tom Hall tried to contact Zenimax, as did John Romero, but Zenimax’s response was just…

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Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 has been available for some time on PC and Xbox 360, while the PlayStation 3 version will be released at the end of this month. There is good news for PC gamers, because in addition to the upcoming expansion Uprising, a new patch has also been released. Version 1.08 can now be downloaded from the official forum. At the bottom of this post you will find an overview of the patch content. The story of Red Alert 3 begins with the killing of Albert Einstein by the Soviets in 1927, using a time machine.…

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David Seeholzer, senior developer of Red Alert 3, has announced via the PlayStation Blog that the PlayStation 3 version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 is getting a demo. The demo will be released on the PlayStation Network in the coming weeks. He also reported that there are plans for several downloadable content (DLC) packs. The DLC will bring new levels, missions and troops to the game, among other things. The first pack, which will be available for download around the release of the game, will contain three new skirmish levels, which can be played both online and offline.…

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Additional content on the Disc of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3: Ultimate Edition for PlayStation 3 may have revealed some exciting news. The disc contains an interview with David Silverman and Mike Verdu of Electronic Arts Los Angeles, which talks about Command & Conquer Generals 2. Verdu says during the interview that he is a big fan of the Generals universe. His response leaves quite a bit of room for speculation: “Don’t be surprised to see another installment of Generals 2 at some point in the future, but certainly nothing to talk about just yet.” This is of course…

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A few days ago we were able to announce via this message that a demo for the PlayStation 3 version of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 was coming. This demo is available to download from the PlayStation Network starting today. The demo includes a tutorial and two missions. The first mission is called “Krasna 45” and in this you play on the side of the Soviets and have to capture an enemy base. The other mission is called “Heidelberg” and in this mission you play on the side of the Allied and have to infiltrate an enemy base. Both…

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Completely according to plan, the multiplayer demo of Bionic Commando has just appeared online. The demo is about 580MB and focuses on the multiplayer in the map Vertigo, in which you can have fun with up to eight players. There are currently no plans to release the demo on the other platforms. Bionic Commando takes its inspiration from its 8-bit namesake that appeared on the NES in 1988. You play the game as the government operative named Nathan Spencer: the symbol of perfect fusion between man and machine. After distinguishing himself in a savage conflict against the Imperials, Nathan is…

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Capcom announced earlier this month that we can expect an Xbox 360 demo of Bionic Commando soon. Today they have provided more clarity by reporting that we can welcome this demo on Xbox Live tomorrow. The demo focuses on multiplayer and includes the map Vertigo, in which you can have fun with up to eight players. There are currently no plans to release the demo on the other platforms. Bionic Commando takes its inspiration from its 8-bit namesake that appeared on the NES in 1988. You play the game as the government operative named Nathan Spencer: the symbol of perfect…

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Bionic Commando takes its inspiration from its 8-bit namesake that appeared on the NES in 1988. You play the game as the government operative named Nathan Spencer: the symbol of perfect fusion between man and machine. After distinguishing himself in a savage conflict against the Imperials, Nathan is betrayed by the people he so faithfully served. Bionic Commando harnesses the power of the latest generation of hardware to fully utilize the swinging mechanism that made the original title so unique. Highly trained commando Nathan Spencer can take out enemies while hanging upside down, climbing off a building and even while…

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Bionic Commando simply stands for two things: a grappling hook and brutal action. Add a multiplayer to this and the result is the three multiplayer trailers that you can view at the bottom of this post. Bionic Commando takes its inspiration from its 8-bit namesake that appeared on the NES in 1988. You play the game as the government operative named Nathan Spencer: the symbol of perfect fusion between man and machine. After distinguishing himself in a savage conflict against the Imperials, Nathan is betrayed by the people he so faithfully served. Bionic Commando harnesses the power of the latest…

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Check the almost complete list of commands and questions (also in Polish) that you can ask in the Google Now application – “OK Google”. Like most modern voice assistants that are available on our iOS, Android or Windows mobile devices, Google Now is able to recognize and perform intelligent voice tasks to help us with our daily activities. Google’s tool is becoming more and more powerful, but there is still no official and complete list of commands, commands and questions that can be asked to the service in real time. Looks like a new website OK-Google.iocreated by Kristijan Ristovski, it…

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