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Square Enix Preparing New Engine

Square Enix revealed this week a new engine that should help them perform general purpose game development for worldwide audiences. This project will be some of the first true fruit borne from the company’s purchase of Eidos. This past May Square Enix teased what they called a “next generation engine” in a recruitment listing. At the CESA Developers Conference in Yokohama yesterday they revealed that tech to be the “Luminous” engine. With former Sega programmer and designer Yoshihisa Hashimoto heading up the project along with Hiroshi Iwasaki, “Luminous” will incorporate the tech that Eidos has been using for games like Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days and Deus Ex Human Revolution. Read More

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Kombo's Weekly Round-Up: TGS 2010, Halo: Reach, Move, and More!

It was a busy week here at Kombo thanks to the Tokyo Game Show, which is trying to make a comeback from obscurity, and as a result, was filled with announcements from Japanese game developers, including the BIZZARRE announcement that Yakuza 4 will be a zombie game. Yeah, figure that one out.  We also got our hands on Sony's Move for the PlayStation 3, and have several reviews up for the launch games.  And, of course, there was the release of Halo: Reach, which apparently was a huge success, with $200 million in sales on day one. Unfortunately, 90% of those purchasers are still whiny little teenage boys, but with a new auto-mute feature for truly annoying players, Reach's online gameplay is better than ever.  Check out this week's news after the break and get caught up. There's a lot here, folks, because as usual, we cover everything that matters. Read More

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Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days Review

Welcome to the criminal underworld, where a single day of work can result in a person becoming a made man or a dead one. The difference between the two often depends on a bit of skill, some luck, and a good partner in crime. In the case of Kane and Lynch, all three are needed, so it's a good thing a (hopefully) trustworthy friend can come along for the ride. Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days (Dog Days) is the latest cooperative offering by Edios and Square Enix, and is a follow up to the high selling, though controversial original from 2007. The duo is back together once again, but have they been able to improve with age? Or were they better off retired in the first place? Perhaps they're missing a fourth piece of the puzzle, because they are once again bathing in the blood money of mediocrity. Read More

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Square Enix Preparing New Engine

Square Enix revealed this week a new engine that should help them perform general purpose game development for worldwide audiences. This project will be some of the first true fruit borne from the company’s purchase of Eidos. This past May Square Enix teased what they called a “next generation engine” in a recruitment listing. At the CESA Developers Conference in Yokohama yesterday they revealed that tech to be the “Luminous” engine. With former Sega programmer and designer Yoshihisa Hashimoto heading up the project along with Hiroshi Iwasaki, “Luminous” will incorporate the tech that Eidos has been using for games like Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days and Deus Ex Human Revolution. Read More

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Kane and Lynch 2 Tops UK Chart Despite Mixed Reception

Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days, the sequel to 2007's critically panned Kane and Lynch: Dead Men, debuted last week at number one on the multi-platform UK chart, despite another mixed reception from critics. With a mediocre Metacritic score of 65 (out of 100), one might predict the game would be a financial failure, as publishers have suggested in the past that any score below the high 70s is practically a death sentence when it comes to games. Not so, in this case. Find out (maybe) why after the break. Read More

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Get Mafia II on Onlive and Get a Free Game

  This coming week Mafia II will be hitting the major consoles and PC. You can go out to Walmart and buy it at midnight, or take the hour to download it, or you could start playing instantly at 12:01 on August 24 with the OnLive gaming service. That is pretty convenient.  However, if convenience isn't enough to win you over, OnLive is also giving a "free game code" away with the purchase of Mafia II. The offer is available until August 29, and the free game code is valid until August 30.  Read More

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Kane and Lynch 2 Available on OnLive, Comes with Free Game

Today is launch day for Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days, and as if you didn't have enough choices regarding which platform to play the game on, OnLive has jumped into the mix to make your decision a bit tougher. The cloud-based gaming service has announced that not on is Kane and Lynch 2 available now, but anyone who purchases the title immediately also gets a second full game absolutely free. Not a bad offer at all now is it? More after the break. Read More