Articles from Atlas

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Atlas
I started writing articles for the homepage in 2014. My favorite articles to write were articles which collectively are known as my retrospective series, "Let's Go Retro." After roughly 20 articles of mine were promoted in one month, I was given the position of "Writer." I wrote for awhile, eventually became a Diet Moderator, and later became a Super Moderator. I still enjoy to write and will put out an article on occasion when i have time. Nowadays, my time is very limited due to studies.
  1. "Sad Satan": A Twisted Horror Game From the Deep Web (UPDATED w/ Clean DL)

    A mysterious first-person horror game called "Sad Satan" has surfaced from the deepest, darkest corners of the Internet. Perhaps it was spawned by the Devil himself.
  2. "The Black Glove" KickStarter Has Begun!

    A little over a week ago, a Kickstarter campaign was launched and revealed by Day For Night Games for their project, “The Black Glove” which is planned to be released for Windows, Mac, Linux, and possibly consoles. Day For Night Games is an independent game development studio comprised of former Irrational Games employees who aided in the making of BioShock and BioShock Infinite. The Kickstarter itself has a goal of $550,000.00 which is to be reached by the closing of the campaign on...
  3. 2K United Kingdom Tweets BioShock Teaser

    Just earlier this morning, 2K United Kingdom made a BioShock-related teaser via Twitter. The teaser itself includes the picture above with the caption, “Oooo, what COULD this mean?!” Giving no extra hints, the teaser leaves the community open to suggest an answer to the developer’s question. Most people would agree, the obvious point of the teaser is to suggest new BioShock content in the coming future whether it comes in the form of DLC for Infinite or a whole new game entirely....
  4. A Treat For Hardcore Retro-Gamers

    With summer days at my own disposal, I like to bust out some of my old gaming consoles to experience some nostalgia. In fact, I particularly enjoy playing games that were popular before my time to get a small taste of what “the good old days” were like. While most retro gamers usually go hunting at garage sales and flea markets to search for classic games, others may begin renting these old treasures instead of buying them. A subscription-based rental service for retro games known as...
  5. Adrian Chmielarz Says the Console-War is "Very Far From Over"

    Founder of Epic Games Poland and author at The Astronauts, Adrian Chmielarz, had tweeted back before the Xbox One and the PS4 were released that the latter was the more powerful console. However, not long afterwards, Chmielarz made a clarification which made the notion that weaker hardware does not necessarily mean worse games. It should be noted that Chmielarz made this claim along with mentioning that the PS4 is in fact 50% more powerful than the Xbox One. Chmielarz was recently...
  6. Animator at Naughty Dog Working on a Re-Visitation to Dante's Inferno

    One part of video games I always enjoyed is concept art. Most concept art normally comes from the creators of a respective game or is produced by freelance artists aiding in the creation of a game. Going further, if one were to browse the internet for a short while, they may come across some fan-made art for a particular video game of their choosing. Usually fan-art consists of portraits of a game’s characters or perhaps even a fan-made side-story or fan-made sequel to a game. On the...
  7. Assassin's Creed Game Info Made Public By Leaked Images

    [Unity has been confirmed! Be sure to read the update at the end of the article!] Just yesterday, an anonymous source sent in leaked screenshots of this fall's new Assassin's Creed game to a man named Jason Schreier who writes for kotaku.com. I have included the screenshots below the read in a spoiler. Judging by the screenshots, the game is named, or referred to as Unity and is set at least partly in 18th-century Paris, France. Within the images, various landmarks such as Notre Dame and...
  8. Assassin's Creed Unity: New Leaks and Rumor

    Over the past couple months, Ubisoft’s upcoming game, Assassin’s Creed Unity, has been in discussion amongst the gaming community. After initial leaked screenshots emerged for the public to see, a short trailer was released which confirmed the game’s existence and title. Since then, newly-released information has been somewhat scarce in regards to details of the new installment. However, just recently, possible fresh details have begun to surface in the form of newly leaked images and a...
  9. Batman: Arkham Knight Release Date May Have Been Leaked

    Near the beginning of this month, it was revealed that Batman: Arkham Knight has been delayed until 2015. The reason behind the delay was mainly so that the game could be worked out to reach its full potential. Just recently, however, a release date for the upcoming final chapter to the series may have been inadvertently shown to the public via a Pre-Order Listing on Microsoft’s website. The date in question is this coming February 24th. While the posting seems to be empirical enough,...
  10. Bioshock Inifnite: Burial At Sea Episode 2 Review

    I normally do not write reviews on new releases, but after playing the Burial at Sea Episode 2 DLC for Bioshock: Infinite, I surely found myself looking to write about the favorable experience I had. It is only fair to note, that in order to fully appreciate this review, readers will want to already be familiar with Burial At Sea: Episode 1 and the Bioshock series in general (with less of an emphasis on Bioshock 2). Going further, it should be noted that I did not include any major...
  11. CD Projekt Red Reveals New MOBA, The Witcher Battle Arena

    Just nearly 12 hours ago, CD Projekt RED unveiled its latest project, The Witcher Battle Arena. The reveal itself came in the form of a short teaser/trailer and a website dedicated to the upcoming game. The Witcher Battle Arena is an upcoming free-to-play MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) which was designed exclusively for mobile devices, particularly for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows Tablets. Although there is no specific date set for the game’s release, it is supposed...
  12. CoD Ghosts Players Starting to Get Hit by Ban Wave

    Over the past couple of weeks or so, more and more players have been complaining about being permanently banned from the Call of Duty Ghosts Multiplayer Servers. The majority of the bans apparently have been against PS3 and PS4 users. Although most feel that the majority of the bans were well-deserved, a good amount of users are claiming that they have mistakenly been banned and are seeking of ways to have the bans lifted. One user known as "tcsdaniels" posted on the Call of Duty: Ghosts...
  13. E3 2014 Reveal: Rainbow Six Siege

    Although the newest upcoming Rainbow Six installment did not necessarily make the limelight at E3, it certainly deserves some recognition. During Ubisoft’s E3 2014 Press Conference, Rainbow Six Siege gameplay lasting over 6 minutes was first premiered for the world to see. Siege brings back a series of games that has not seen a new release since 2008 with a bang. Currently, the game is scheduled for a tentative 2015 release, but many would not be surprised if that date would be carried...
  14. E3 2014 Reveal: Scalebound

    During Microsoft’s Press Conference at E3, Platinum games announced and revealed a new game called “Scalebound.” The announcement came in the form of a nearly two-minute trailer which features a human who is being pursued by a couple of dragon-like monsters within a vast forest. At first glance, the game gives off the impression of the acclaimed series, Monster Hunter, but with massive advancements. While barely any details have been released about the upcoming game, we do know that...
  15. E3 2014 Reveal: Splatoon

    While there was plenty of interesting topics presented during Nintendo’s E3 Press Conference, one game that particularly stuck out to me was the team-based first-person-shooter, Splatoon. The announcement and reveal of Splatoon for the Wii U was just presented to the world earlier this morning. What nicely sets the game apart from any traditional FPS is its system of ground control, team work, and options for strategy. As opposed to players running around playing as soldiers with...
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