Then it's down to impressions of specific games. Oli tells us about his favorite Kinect concept to date and declares his love for Luigi's Mansion 2. Honestly, get a room! Tom muses on the Official Game of The Eurogamer E3 Podcast, Brothers in Arms: Furious 4. Plus, you'll learn why John was rubbing his hands with devious glee at his Star Wars: The Old Republic demo.
Now you can experience the music that saved a planet! Availablefor immediate download, Weird Worlds: The Single is 4 MB's worth oftoe-tapping, groovalicious, outer space rockin' taken from the onlygame that promises a universe worth of action in under thirtyminutes.
You'll also find the official soundtrack (including bonus tracksthat were not featured in the final game) and the fan made tune,The Mantle of Babulon, on the same page. And if for some reason youhave yet to experience the award-winning (including the IGF 2006Innovation In Audio Award) game itself you'll also find a demo foryour downloading pleasure in either Windows or Mac format.
Eat Electric Death! is a tactical starship combat game set inthe Infinite Space universe of Weird Worlds. Like the computer gamethat it arises from, Eat Electric Death! shares the same basicphilosophy of simple-not simplistic-gameplay mixed with anopen-ending range of possibilities. Eat Electric Death! isn't meantto turn you into an astrophysicist, it's all about slinging dice,cackling with glee as your opponent's ships explode in balls ofplasma, and having a good time around the table.
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