DISINTEGRATION

This Week in News is About Microsoft, Metal-Detecting, and Monsters

Welcome to This Week in News, where we quickly run down all the biggest news of the week in an easy summary. Tales of Arise Returns After a Year With the Promise of Upcoming News – The Bandai Namco JRPG has been infrequently detail-free since its E3 2019 debut, but…

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Disintegration Developer V1 Closes Down

V1 Interactive, a studio headed by veterans of the Halo franchise, has announced today that the developer is closing after only a few years. The announcement came from the official Twitter account, which thanked its fans and employees and did not delve into details for the hows and whys. The studio…

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Disintegration’s Lack of Ambition Fails Its Exciting Premise

I love games with ambition. I think I love them more than I like good video games. That isn’t to say I can always recommend them, though. Good video games almost always feel and play better than the weird bullshit I evangelize. The quiet dark of Dragon’s Dogma, for instance,…

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Disintegration Multiplayer Preview: Fun, Fast Flying and Detached Direction

Last week, Disintegration developer V1 Interactive opened up its game’s competitive multiplayer mode for technical testing, giving us a preview of what’s to come. The long and the short of it? This hover-bike-based tactical shooter still has a way to go. Disintegration is an upcoming game that promises squad-based fights with players behind the handlebars of the…

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Fanwidth Episode 030: LeBron James’ Unregistered Arsenal

There is no podcast like a video game podcast, because a video game podcast don’t stop… talking about video games. We really mean that this week! Our special co-host, John Warren, is here to talk about Final Fantasy 8 Remastered. Meanwhile, Niki is back from Seattle and did the time…

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PAX West 2019: Disintegration Floats Past Conventional Shooter Design

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the course of the last 38 days of PAX West, it’s that a video game can always have more “video game” in it. People are putting turn-based fighting games into Metroidvanias, co-operative strikes into character action games. Sometimes these hybrids work – Destiny…

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