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Feature: First-person shooting meets light strategy

Disintegration review

Disintegration has a good line in names. Across its campaign missions, you play Gravcycle pilot and - yes - television presenter called Romer Shoal in a rebellion against "integrated" human-robot hybrids led by Black Shuck. If those names aren't fun enough to roll around in your mouth, consider that the TV show Romer presented was called "Cradle 2 The Grav".If only there was as much…

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Disintegration is out now, crashing hoverbikes into RTS-y bits

The futuredream of metal legs and a hoverbike come together today with the launch Disintegration. Combining first-person shooter with mild RTS squad control, it's about a plucky bunch of robotised freedom fighters trying to save the world and that. While I'm always up for futurebikers, our VidBuds recently had a play and didn't really get on with it.

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Report: Kerbal Space Program 2 switched developers after Take-Two poached Star Theory’s team

Catastrophic space flight sim Kerbal Space Program 2 has been in the lab for some time. Earlier this year  Last month (wow, time's a thing), it announced a delay until autumn of 2021 for the spaceflight sequel, a lengthy setback even by the standards of other coronavirus delays.Based on a new report by Bloomberg, it seems the extra year and a half may have less to…

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Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed until autumn 2021

Unfortunately, yet another game is being delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This time it's space flight sim Kerbal Space Program 2 that's been grounded - now we'll be waiting until autumn next year to launch those little green men into the great beyond."With everything going on in the world today due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we're facing many unique challenges that require more time…

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Get ready for a scrap in hoverbike shooter Disintegration when the open beta starts today

Disintegration, the upcoming game from V1 Interactive about flying around and shooting people on a tricked out hoverbike called a "gravcycle", goes into open beta today. Lead by Marcus Lehto of Halo fame, the developers are inviting as many players as they can to come and test their game. With two modes and seven gravcycle crews on offer, it's a chance to get your hands…

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Disintegration’s multiplayer will show us what “biker gangs of the future” look like

Disintegration is V1 Interactive's upcoming sci-fi FPS meets RTS about putting human brains into robot bodies, and riding hoverbikes into battle to stop a civil war. I recently got a chance to find out a bit more about it all from game director Marcus Lehto (who you might recognise as one of the original creators of Halo).He revealed some details about the multiplayer, what to…

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Feature: Parvati is clearly Kaylee from Firefly and I'm totally okay with this

The Outer Worlds Companions guide – where to find them and how to unlock companion quest perks

What's a holiday to The Outer Worlds without Companions to share the journey with? Obsidian's latest open-world(s) RPG provides you with six different Companions to bring aboard your ship, the Unreliable, and help you in the quests and battles you'll face time after time throughout your journeys. Each Companion has different personalities, skillsets, side quests, and combat powers - and our The Outer Worlds Companions…

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Feature: MORE CARRYING CAPACITY PLEASE

The Outer Worlds Perks & Flaws guide – best Perks in each tier, all flaws explained

From the very start of the game, The Outer Worlds gives you a variety of systems to play around with to customise and develop your character. Prime among them is the Perks system, which gives you the chance on every second level-up to give your character a new Perk to help give them (and you) a slightly easier or more enjoyable journey through the game.With…

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Feature: Beginner's tips and advanced tactics galore!

The Outer Worlds guide – 25 tips that beginners need to know

The Outer Worlds may not quite be the largest RPG we've ever seen, but it sure does have a great deal of stuff to explore and experiment with, from the first moments (or in my case, half-hour) of character creation to the many different quests, enemy types, combat mechanics, stories, and interconnected systems you'll encounter throughout your travels.Lucky for you, our The Outer Worlds guide…

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The Outer Worlds text size patch delayed to Monday

Patch 1.1.1.0 for The Outer Worlds, which was expected to launch this week, ended up delayed at short notice. Developers Obsidian Entertainment have pushed the patch back slightly due a situation that was out of their control, but thankfully only to Monday the 18th of November. I can tell you that the best fix of the entire patch is an increase to dialogue and subtitle…

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Feature: Handguns, Long Guns, and Heavy Weapons explained

The Outer Worlds weapons – the best weapons revealed, damage types and special effects explained

The Outer Worlds weapons are pretty darn complex. They may give you a tonne of scope for choice and customisation, but each weapon has many more associated stats than we're used to seeing in games such as this - and that's not even taking into account weapon type buffs, damage types, special effects, mods, and each of the many other elements that may affect your…

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Feature: Tinker, Tailor, Solder, Modify

The Outer Worlds mods & Workbench guide – how to repair, tinker, install mods, and use the Workbench

The Workbench in The Outer Worlds, among many other useful things, gives you the ability to apply all sorts of powerful mods to your weapons and armor. This alone makes the Workbench one of the greatest tools available to you, and the best part is that you can find at least one in pretty much every region of the game, including your own ship, the…

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Feature: Ah, mi armor...

The Outer Worlds Armor guide – Armor Rating explained, Light vs Heavy armor

Armor in The Outer Worlds is one of the most important tools the game supplies you in order to stay alive in the treacherous and dangerous regions of Halcyon, Monarch, and all the other planets you'll hop between throughout your journey. Not only does equipped armor reduce the damage you take against oncoming attacks, but they also give you plenty of scope for customising your…

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Feature: But what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long cryogenic sleep...

The Outer Worlds skills & attributes guide – character creation overview

The very first thing that you're presented with upon starting a new game of The Outer Worlds is a wonderful selection of skills and attributes to choose from to customise your character, making it very clear that Obsidian know the best part of an RPG for many players is the character creation process. With this finely crafted array of skills, you can start to carve…

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Kerbal Space Program 2 is grounded until after April 2020

Luckily for Kerbal Space Program 2, there’s no equivalent of a Cold War enemy in games to force it to take dangerous risks with its development process. As such, they can take their time with the space-race sequel, keeping the Kerbals safe for at least another year. The launch of KSP2 has received a “no go” order, leaving it grounded until after April 2020.

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Feature: Now listen, see

Check out the gorgeous loading screens in The Outer Worlds

I understand that Obsidian fans are sort of using the existence of The Outer Worlds to dunk on Fallout 76 (because OW is the real successor to New Vegas, right?). But before it was ammunition in a weeing contest, the game was a first-person space RPG where you did a shoot at extremely angry lizards. And, much like that one friend we all have, I…

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Feature: No Leeroy Jenkins's allowed

The Outer Worlds supernova – tips to survive the hardest difficulty

Did you find the main campaign in The Outer Worlds just a little too easy? Well the Supernova difficulty is where the real challenge is and if you're not prepared for the worst, you can easily die over and over, or even worse - lose your companions. Of course, you don't want that to happen, so we've played a little bit of the game and scoured…

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The Outer Worlds consumables guide – how to use items

With all the corporations in The Outer Worlds vying for your attention, it can be difficult to know how to effectively use them and which ones you should be seeking out. Some may have the same effects, but last far longer, while the bulk of products out there are just the same type of item repackaged.

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