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New Video Game Releases For The Week Of July 27, 2014

New Video Game Releases For The Week Of July 27

Someone missed the memo about the summer drought with the new video game releases for the week of July 27, 2014. There are a good amount of games dropping this week and while many of them are ports, collections, or remasters, there are some titles that you should give some serious thought to picking up…. Read more »

New Video Game Releases For The Week Of July 20, 2014

New Video Game Releases for the Week of July 20

The new video game releases for the week of June 20, 2014 continue the slow drip that defines the summer release schedule. Both consoles and PC are as barren as the desert as it was last week with only a few droppings of spice to liven up the otherwise bleak landscape. Forza: Motorsport 5: Racing… Read more »

New Video Game Releases For The Week Of June 22, 2014

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The new video game releases for the week of June 22 feel more as if someone unstopped the drain that was holding the release calendar back. With Watch Dogs earning Ubisoft a tidy penny, the game is now safely in the rear view mirror and, as a result, the game release calendar is more crowded…. Read more »

Minecraft Announced For Xbox One, PS4, Vita

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Minecraft was announced for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Playstation Vita at this year’s E3 gaming convention. Minecraft is a building and mining game created by Markus Persson, known as Notch, and developed by the company Mojang. Since its release on the PC, Minecraft has accumulated millions of users. A version was released for the… Read more »

Tons Of Mortal Kombat 10 Tidbits!

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The annual video game convention E3 is underway, which means lots of breaking news about upcoming titles will be released by the developers themselves. On the list of exciting new releases is Mortal Kombat 10, the long anticipated sequel to the successful fighting game franchise. A slew of information has been shared with the public… Read more »

Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion DLC Now Avalable

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion downloadable content was released today for XBox One and XBox 360. The Invasion DLC costs $14.99 unless users have purchased a season pass for Call of Duty: Ghosts. The XBox download will take up about 1.52 GB of hard drive space According to VG24/7, the developer of Call of Duty,… Read more »

Valve Steam Machine and Controller Delayed Into 2015

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Valve has announced on their Steam Community forums that their Steam Machine and controller have been delayed until at least 2015. Valve has been arguably one of the most influential companies in the PC gaming world with their flagship game Half-Life and later with their PC gaming storefront, Steam, which launched in 2003 for the… Read more »

New Video Game Releases for the Week of May 18

New Video Game Releases Week May 18

The new video game releases for the week of May 18 again favor Sony’s PlayStation platform. Only one new release is slated for the Xbox platforms, with one collection title for the Xbox 360. Though, with Watch Dogs releasing next week, Wolfenstien is really the only big budget game fighting for a place on your… Read more »

New Video Game Releases for the Week of May 11, 2014

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The new video game releases for the week of May 11 feature an eclectic mix of zombies, psycho midgets, and poison potatoes. With Nazis on the horizon next week with Wolfenstein: The New Order, there really are not a lot of new games out this week. Perhaps they are in hiding as the biggest of… Read more »

New Video Game Releases for the Week of March 30, 2014

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The new video game releases for the week of March 30 make the middle of spring feel like fall. There are a lot of games this week ranging from heavy hitters to nostalgia filled virtual console releases. The biggest new video game release for the week is almost certainly The Elder Scrolls Online MMO which… Read more »

Respawn Confirms ‘Titanfall’ Season Pass and Free DLC

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A Titnfall Season Pass along with free DLC for the soon to be released Xbox One “killer app” was confirmed during The Lobby on Gamespot. Respawn, the developer behind the forthcoming game, revealed the existence of a season pass for the online shooter as well as free DLC. Season passes are a relatively new way… Read more »

Outlast Review for PlayStation 4 and PC

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Outlast has been billed as one of the scariest games ever made. Many YouTube videos exist of people either watching or playing the game in the dark and being scared out of their minds at the freakish horrors that await them. While Outlast touches on the most well known clichés of the genre, can it… Read more »

‘World Of Warcraft’ May Soon Be Getting In-Game Micro-Transactions

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Blizzard has already experimented with out-of-game micro-transactions with World of Warcraft. We’ve seen in-game items like pets and mounts go on sale via the game’s website, but the famed MMO developer may be looking into adding in-game micro-transactions as well. Players began to suspect that Blizzard was planning to go the in-game micro-transaction route after… Read more »

Xbox One Kinect Peripheral Won’t Work With PCs, Microsoft Confirms

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If you were hoping to be able to play around with the Xbox One’s new version of Kinect on your PC when the console launches this fall, you’re in for some disappointment. Speaking to Ars Technica, a representative from Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One’s Kinect device won’t be able to plug into PCs. The… Read more »

‘World Of Warcraft’ Auction House Hack Puts Accounts At Risk

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Blizzard today confirmed that some World of Warcraft accounts could be at risk after a growing number of users began reporting unauthorized log-in attempts from the Battle.net website and the company’s “Mobile Armory” app, which allows users to access the Auction House on the go. Early this morning, reports began surfacing that the World of… Read more »

‘Destiny’ PC Port Hasn’t Been Ruled Out, Bungie Says

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During the big Xbox One reveal we found out that Destiny, Bungie’s all-new shooter franchise, is also coming to Microsoft’s latest console, and that wasn’t exactly a big surprise. What is somewhat of a surprise, however, is that a PC version of Destiny hasn’t been ruled out. In an interview with IGN, Bungie senior writer… Read more »

‘Ultima’ Creator Announces Ultimate RPG For PC

'Ultima' creator announces 'ultimate RPG' for PC

The creator of Ultima has announced the “ultimate RPG” for PC. Richard Garriott, the creator of the Ultima RPG series, has announced plans to make what he calls the “ultimate role-playing game,” Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues. Garriott’s Portalarium studio has begun a Kickstarter.com campaign today to raise $1 million for development of his… Read more »

‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’ Brings Geralt’s Story To A Close

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Earlier this week, developer CD Projekt RED formally announced The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which is expected to be available on PC and “high-end” systems starting in 2014 – and it already sounds like the developer’s biggest entry yet in the fantasy RPG franchise. In previous The Witcher titles, the environment was mostly linear in… Read more »

‘PlanetSide 2’ Roadmap Allows Players To Vote On Upcoming Changes

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PlanetSide 2 got off to a pretty good start when it launched in November of last year, and Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) is looking to keep that momentum going well into 2013 by introducing content on a regular basis for six straight months. If that doesn’t sound good enough for you, Sony Online Entertainment will… Read more »

‘Blizzard All-Stars’ Still In The Works, Blizzard Says

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It’s been quite awhile since Blizzard has had anything to say about Blizzard All-Stars, formerly known as Blizzard DOTA, but don’t take that as a bad sign — Blizzard is still working on it. That’s according to StarCraft 2 production director Chris Sigaty, who said as much in an interview with Eurogamer, in which the… Read more »