Call of Cthulhu: Music Of The Night – Part 2 – These Warriors Are Terrible

Call of Cthulhu: Music Of The Night - Part 1 - These Warriors Are Terrible

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“What his fate would be, he did not know; but he felt that he was held for the coming of that frightful soul and messenger of infinity’s Other Gods, the crawling chaos Nyarlathotep.” H.P. Lovecraft “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath”

Fleeing to Harvard University our four investigators, and unwitting murderers, try to rest the night and plan their next move. But they will be plague by a dark message from a dark messenger. What is the truth behind the song that sent them mad? What secrets does Boston still have for them? It’s the second chapter of “The Music in the Night” with Investigators Mike “The Birdman” Dodd, Brendan Frye, Bre Poisonne, Juliane Spillane and Keeper Justin Ecock.

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No Clear Winner with Next Gen Preorders

ps4vsxboxone - No Clear Winner with Next Gen Preorders

This year’s E3 was special. Partly because of the strong dislike for the Xbox One among fans, and partly because of Sony’s cut-throat presentation. And although Xbox One reversed all its rights following this, its not a shock that the majority of consumers were on the side of Sony.

Despite all this, a recent article from Forbes says the PlayStation 4 has around 725,000 pre-orders as of now. Likewise, Xbox One pre-orders are around 525,000. And although I didn’t expect the margin to be worlds apart, this is a lot closer than it should be.

The main issue is that the Xbox One is $100 more expensive than the PS4. While not everyone is aware of the difference, a good portion of these pre-orders are from hardcore gamers. This means that gamers are willing to waste another $100 for Xbox rather than the PS4. Xbox One and PS4 both have excellent hardware, but from the specs shown, they are so similar that it can be hard to argue one from the other.

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Maybe its the launch window line-up. Titanfall is a killer app for Microsoft while Killzone: Shadow Fall doesn’t seem to do anything new or unique. Either way, it is surprising at the amount of people pre-ordering the Xbox One despite its previous blunders and the price difference.

If you look at the launch games pre-orders, Microsoft’s love for Call of Duty still dominates with 329,032 for the Xbox One. The PlayStation 4 has around 298,180 pre-orders, so its still a close race. Not to be outdone, the PS3 and Xbox 360 are still neck and neck in sales, with Microsoft recently announcing they had broke 80 million sales on the Xbox 360. According to VGChartz, the PS3 has also broken 80 million units sold.

In the end though, it seems each company is trying to emulate the other one, resulting in very similar consoles.

The Xbox One launches on November 22nd in North America while the PlayStation 4 launches on November 15th. Stick around with CGMagazine as we will be giving you the scoop on each console and their launch titles.

The Sims 4 Coming Next Year

The Sims 4 Coming Next Year

According to Electronic Arts, The Sims 4 will be released in the fall of 2014.

First announced in May, the franchise has added many new features to make the game more engaging. One example is a more complex emotion feature, allowing players to change much more complex feelings of their Sims by controlling the environment around them.

Another new addition is SmartSim, which allows players to create and modify houses in a much easier and simpler manner.

Maxis had many issues launching SimCity last year, which may be part of the reason The Sims 4 won’t require an online connection to play. Players will need to create an Origin account to join though.

The Sims 4 is set to release on PC and Mac. No console ports have been announced as of now.