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Browsing the "Visceral Games" Tag

Amy Hennig Visceral Games

Darkstation Clippings: Amy Hennig Joins Visceral Games

A couple of weeks after Amy Hennig left Naughty Dog, she has landed at Electronic Arts, more specifically Visceral Games as the Creative Director on an unannounced Star Wars game. [...]

April 3, 2014 News, PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One
Dead Space 3 PC Review

Dead Space 3

It’s not scary, it’s not difficult, and it’s not especially memorable; however, its artistry is lush, its action is proven, and its co-op is strong. [...]

February 25, 2013 PC, Reviews

The Underratedest- Part 2

And now we return to Darkstation's look at the most underrated games of this generation. A few days ago we had the first part of this feature with games like Heavenly Sword, Divinity II, and Kane & Lynch 2. What [...]

September 7, 2012 Features

Army of Two Gets Another Sequel, Developed by Visceral Games

There have been a few weird sequels this generation to games you wouldn’t have expected, either because of poor sales or low critical interest. In the case of the Army of Two games, it’s kind of a combination of both- [...]

August 2, 2012 News, Playstation 3, Uncategorized, Xbox 360

Deja Vu: Dead Space 3 Designed To Attract New Players

In order to attract more players, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau spoke with CVG about how the publisher is working with Visceral Games to make Dead Space 3 appeal to a larger audience but not at the expense of upsetting [...]

June 19, 2012 News

Dead Space 2

Overview For those that follow the video game industry closely you know that there more then ever is a push by Publishers to keep pushing out new iterations of existing franchises and are extremely tentative about putting out new intellectual [...]

February 7, 2011 Playstation 3, Reviews



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