PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, Mac In 2008, Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 was the ruler (pun intended) of Xbox Live. It riffed on Asteroids aptly, mixing simple, refined shoot-em-up with a hypnotic techno frenzy. Like a three-legged pub crawl...
I loved Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved on the Xbox 360. It might be the game I’ve poured the most hours into out of everything I own. Something about its simplicity, soundtrack and non-stop gameplay is addictive. Imagine my excitement when I discovered that after six years of waiting, there’s a new Geometry Wars game. Show More Summary
The Geometry Wars rage on with Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions ($15), the latest instalment in the popular franchise. Launched simultaneously for Mac, PC, Xbox One and PS4, the new arcade shooter pits you against waves of enemies on a three-dimensional battlefield made up of geometric shapes. Show More Summary
All this week's new releases detailed. Sony has launched this week's European PlayStation Store update. Click here to read the full article
(Phys.org) —Shape has a pervasive but often overlooked impact on how natural systems are ordered. At the same time, entropy (the probabilistic measure of the degree of energy delocalization in a system) – while often misunderstood as...Show More Summary
This week, PS4 and PS3 people get episode one of Telltale's Tales from the Borderlands, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and the FIFA 15 Holiday Edition. There's also a demo of Tales from the Borderlands for free on PS3. PS4 now has Speakeasy, Akiba's Tr...
If you're a fan of fast-paced shape-inspired arcade shooters, there's some good news today: 'Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions' has landed on Mac for a cool 15 buckaroos. Dimensions is the next iteration in the line of insanely popular Geometry...Show More Summary
Now live on PlayStation Store: Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions, Tales from the Borderlands Episode 1, Speakeasy, Aqua Kitty, and more. What are you picking up?
Geometry Wars games have always been, in a sense, one-dimensional. They present the player with the seemingly simple task of "shoot everything in sight," and that's the sole objective apart from staying alive. The onslaught of flying colors and booming music molds the experience, but the core remains uncomplicated. Show More Summary
Ultra-short and extremely strong X-ray flashes, as produced by free-electron lasers, are opening the door to a hitherto unknown world. Scientists are using these flashes to take 'snapshots' of the geometry of tiniest structures, for example the arrangement of atoms in molecules. Show More Summary
This week highlights the return of Persona, Geometry Wars gets a new sequel and more. We're here to help with a weekly round-up of the biggest game releases each & every week.
This week?s offerings on PlayStation consoles are an eclectic mix of Thanksgiving treats, boasting games featuring a kitty in a submarine, a barroom brawl, an adventurous group of shapes and vampire stripping. Oh, yeah, and then there?s Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and a demo for Guilty Gear Xrd ? Sign, so that?s pretty rad.Click To Continue Reading
You don't have to worry about quantities of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions depleting during this week's launch, but pre-ordering the $14.99 twin-stick shooter wouldn't hurt if you're looking for a couple extra levels. As explained on Sierra's website,...
Wait, didn't all the games come out last week? Nonsense! Another huge week of gaming is ready to storm the world of PlayStation, starting with the frantic arcade arenas of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions.
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Puzzle game threequel Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions includes pre-order DLC and platform-exclusive levels for PC, PlayStation and Xbox. The game will launch via Steam on 25th November, and then for PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on 26th November. Show More Summary
Bonus levels Blood Count and Secret Eye will vary across platforms and regions.
Launch trailer also released ahead of the game's arrival next week. Activision has announced pre-order bonuses for Lucid Games' Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions.Click here to read the full article
Amnon Neeman has just put up an ad for two postdoctoral positions at the ANU. He says: “The successful applicants should have strong research interests and activities in or related to one of the following fields: Algebraic Geometry, Commutative Algebra, Representation Theory, Algebraic Topology, Algebraic K-Theory. Show More Summary