00:45 - Sun Shiny Iunno when I play a game I like to do it hardcore/ellite with every class so I feel more pro :D
00:35 - Zaphod True, but it would be nice if more games had it. For example, take Borderlands; you get your ability at level 5 or something, so it's kind of a hassle to test out all the characters' skills before choosing.
00:32 - J. N. Though some games already have that, but still.
00:23 - Zaphod Red, you actually said something I agree with that wasn't completely obvious, congrats.
00:03 - Redn1ght You know what some games (Especially RPGs) should have? Quick class test drive combat mode. To see which they like best.
Today is a big day for Cynic fans. The prog metallers have finally unveiled details about their upcoming third full-length on their official Facebook page. The band has stated that the new album will be titled Kindly Bent To Free Us and will be released worldwide on coming Valentine's Day, February 14th, 2014. This will be their first full-length studio album since 2008's Traced In Air. Go ahead and satisfy your curiosity by viewing the cover artwork below.
Canadian progressive metalcore outfit Protest The Hero have unveiled the complete artwork that will grace their upcoming album Volition, found underneath the O-card cover on the digipak CD version, and the vinyl cover. The band had invited fans to join an interactive website where they could uncover the artwork and later posted the complete NSFW artwork online. Take a look at it below. Moreover, the group is also streaming online another new track, "Drumhead Trial", and you can listen to it now. It features Kayla Howran on vocals and a guitar solo by Ron Jarzombek as well.
Kingsley "King" Fowley, drummer and vocalist in US death metallers Deceased, has announced via Facebook details about the band's next album. Fowley reveals that Ghostly White will be the title of the new album which he is writing this year. He hopes to record it in the summer and release it in winter 2013.
"Vicious Circles", a brand new song from US metalcore/death metal act Veil Of Maya is now streaming online and you can listen to it below. The song is taken from their new album Eclipse, which comes out on February 28th via Sumerian Records. An album teaser was also released via YouTube on January 13th at this location.