The latest offering from Square Enix and Psyonix Studios is Nosgoth. Nosgoth is a competitive, team-based Human versus Vampire free-to-play multiplayer experience set in the brutal fantasy world of the Legacy of Kain series. Nosgoth is named after the fictional land in which the Legacy of Kain series is set. It is a 3rd person team based PVP game set in this brutal fantasy world.
Both videos give you an glimpse at game play and the class make up of the game. During the
team death match video below, its even compared to Left4Dead multiplayer, which isn't bad if you enjoyed playing L4D. If you have not done so already, I would recommend signing up for the closed or open beta, in order for you to have a chance to check it out for free! Or if you are interested in more information, head on over their their website Here:
More on Psyonix Studios:
Psyonix are the team developing Nosgoth. They have been working with industry leading game publishers and developers for over ten years. As experts in Unreal Engine technology and multiplayer gaming, Psyonix has been a driving force behind some of the biggest titles in the marketplace. The studio's first game was the highly successful Onslaught for Unreal Tournament 2004, a game mode Psyonix concepted and designed. Afterwards Psyonix took its experience in multiplayer and rapid gameplay development to work on such titles as Gears of War, Unreal Tournament 3, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Homefront, Bulletstorm, and Mass Effect 3. The studio has grown significantly since the early 2000s and continues to specialize in game development for next-gen consoles, PC, and mobile platforms.
Looks like The Last of Us fans will get a wish come true and see the game come to the big screen. The script will be written by Naughty Dog's own Neil Druckmann. Evan Wells, Christophe Balestra and Bruce Straley will have some involvement with the film. No other details about casting or a plot were announced, so for the time being we get to be in suspense till further details.
The EVGA Hadron mini ITX case is an impressively small
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3 year warranty, and enough space to slide in one power-packed NVIDIA Titan
GPU. To make this case even better, the Hadron comes in two types: the Air and
the Hydro, so you have the option to liquid cool your mini ITX rig if you want
it or keep it air cooled. Although the Hadron is EVGA’s first case, it comes
into the game as a formidable opponent in the current market with several bonuses
listed earlier that other competitors may not have. If you haven’t checked out
reviews already, be sure to do so when you can. The sheer size and capability of
this case might inspire you to want to build a mini ITX rig, or at least
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thus granting you mobility while still allowing you to keep parts that pack a
Thinking about building your own mini ITX rig or have you bought the Hadron and
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SXSW boasts to
connect industry insiders and the general public like no other event with
panels, a free expo, parties, and demos that you can’t miss starting March 7th
– 9th. Guess who definitely can’t miss out on this chance to share
an awesome time with the public? EVGA will be at SXSW to show off the new
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To add to an already awesome event, EVGA is offering a deal
for all those who attend event by giving out a promo code for the Hadron Air
chassis, which includes a 500W gold rated PSU built right into the case and a 3
year warranty. You can also stop by the EVGA booth, number 416, to talk or ask us any questions you might
have about our products!
SXSW is held in Austin, Texas, which is considered to be one
of the hotbeds for the ever-expanding gaming industry. There will be tons of
top-dog companies from the industry there to fill up the weekend if you get a
chance to go to this awesome event (Don’t forget that the gaming event itself
is free and open to the public)! Try not to miss out if you can help it, if
not, there’s always next year.