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60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 3

60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 3

Bronson was back at the controls of his white Ford GT, now at the Silverstone circuit. We further explore the autovista mode, which is available for every car. The car in question was for our Part 4 race, with an Audi RS7.

Last Updated: Thursday, 17 April 2014 07:30

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60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 2

60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 2

Next up, we drove the BMW M5 (E39) around the famous Top Gear Test Track. Some pleasant surprises, including muffled noises in interior view, rumble triggers that work really well, and more engaging simulation behavior. Throughout the four-lap race, we got really got talking about how the amount of BBC Top Gear we watched, which caused our automotive vocabulary to get somewhat whacked. We also took a Lambo to Spa circuit to test some more physics.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 15 April 2014 07:33

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60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 1

60 Minute Access: Forza Motorsport 5 Part 1

We still could not record stuff on the PlayStation 4, so we explored a game that gave a major bolster to the Xbox One launch library, Forza Motorsport 5. Yep, cars have proven to be one of the best ways to show off graphical fidelity in consumer graphics, and this game has plenty of those goods. First, Bronson took a couple laps in his favorite car, the Ford GT, and we explored a bit of the “watered-down autovista” mode.

Last Updated: Monday, 14 April 2014 07:53

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60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 4

60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 4

Watercraft racing! We probably looked a bit dumb playing it. Then, it was a rock climbing tutorial, and we explore the Kinect Sports Rivals hub.

Last Updated: Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:25

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60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 3

60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 3

There were two ways to play target shooting: Over doing it and having a sore arm, or not have a sore arm. After an iffy start, Bronson took the lead and stayed there. Then, it was Bronson and Bremenn at a game of tennis, which was not exactly easy to play.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 09 April 2014 07:48

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60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 2

60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 2

Feel free to skip to the 10-minute mark. We were demonstrating, in real time, our inability to learn the most basic tasks in games. After figuring out how to get a bowling ball, we bowled, and it proved pretty easy.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 08 April 2014 07:36

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60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 1

60 Minute Access: Kinect Sports Rivals Part 1

Welcome to Kinect Sports Rivals, which is not really the kind of game that we were used to covering. However, we got it for evaluation purposes, so we begin with the game’s “revolutionary-pixel-magic” face scanning feature. It…did not really work, but made for an interesting laugh.

Last Updated: Monday, 07 April 2014 06:35

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60 Minute Access: Killer Instinct (Xbox One) Part 2

60 Minute Access: Killer Instinct (Xbox One) Part 2

Apparently, the online ranked matches system was not finding people, so we did an expedition, which turned out somewhat better than the Glacius problem. The new Killer Instinct also included a couple classic versions of the franchise back in the mid-1990s. We felt quite old observing.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 01 April 2014 07:47

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60 Minute Access: Killer Instinct (Xbox One) Part 1

60 Minute Access: Killer Instinct (Xbox One) Part 1

A couple of us here at TGA love Killer Instinct Gold from the Nintendo 64 days. Well, Bronson bought an Xbox One, and a collector’s edition of the modern Killer Instinct game. We first explored the survival mode to familiarize with the game, and then decided to check out how cool Glacius looks.

Last Updated: Monday, 31 March 2014 07:48

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60 Minute Access: Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Part 5

60 Minute Access: Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Part 5

Tidus found himself in a much warmer and pretty climate. Pretending to have a problem that causes memory issues, he learns more about the world he is in. We joked at his pretend “special needs” status.

Last Updated: Friday, 28 March 2014 09:04

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