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Plants Vs. Zombies 2: Lost City Part 2 review

Plants Vs. Zombies 2: Lost City

The next stage (or more accurately, the continuation of a stage) has just been released for Plants Vs. Zombies 2 and in it, the zombies are back on the march in the Lost City. With more than a dozen new levels, an endless wave mode for the stage, modified side quests that are repeatable, 3 new plants (one of which requires ...

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Is Bungie’s Destiny falling apart?


In just a couple of months, Bungie’s grand Destiny will become a year old, and in that time there will have been 2 DLC packs and a major expansion pack. By some accounts, Destiny is doing very well: players are consistently spending hours upon hours in the game, playing the endgame and PvP content to the point that they can ...

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Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition Updates

Fallout 4 Pip Boy Limited Edition

For those who preordered the Pip-Boy Edition of Fallout 4, consider yourselves lucky because all North American stores are now sold out, according to the Bethesda Blog. GameStop, Best Buy, and Amazon.com are all sold out in the United States, while Bestbuy, Amazon.ca, and EB Games in Canada are all out of stock. This means that the only way to get ...

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Xbox Games with Gold offerings for July 2015

Xbox Games with Gold July 2015

Major Nelson has just revealed what kind of free games you can pick up for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 for the month of July as part of the Games with Gold program. Xbox One Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag will be the first game to be offered for Xbox One users. Well received upon launch, Black Flag takes the ...

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility: How it will work

Xbox One Backwards Compatability

One of the most requested features that came with the new generation of consoles was backwards compatibility. With the PS3 and Xbox 360 having a lifespan that lasted almost a decade by the time the new consoles were announced, it was unsurprising that people grew attached to their libraries of games, both from a sentimental and financial point of view. ...

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Destiny and Red Bull partner up to bring you a new quest

Destiny: The Taken King Red Bull Promotion

No, your eyes do not deceive you, there truly is a Red Bull promotion for Destiny’s The Taken King expansion pack when it comes out in September. According to an Activision press release and a promotional page at quest.redbull.com, specially marked cans of Destiny Edition Red Bull, sold exclusively at 7-11 in July, will have an access code. Redeeming the code ...

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Fallout Shelter makes it to the top 10 highest grossing apps chart

Fallout Shelter

Just over a week ago, Fallout Shelter was sprung onto the world during Bethesda’s first E3 conference. Essentially a free to play management game with microtransactions where you are the Overseer of your own Vault and manage the every day life of the citizens in your Vault, Fallout Shelter proved to be very popular, especially with Fallout 4 coming out this holiday ...

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Destiny’s The Taken King expansion sparks price controversy


“If I fired up a video right now and showed you the emotes you would throw money at the screen.” Those are the words uttered by Luke Smith, the design lead for Destiny, during an interview with Eurogamer.net regarding the decision to have exclusive content in the upcoming expansion pack limited to those who buy the whole game, the prior ...

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