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Nathan Gibson

Freelance writer with a love for gaming. Have owned pretty much every console and handheld from the last 15 years. When I'm not writing about games, which I am most of the time, I tend to be reading, writing about sport, binge watching shows on Netflix...or playing the odd video game.

Skullgirls Encore coming to PlayStation 4


Fighting game Skullgirls Encore is set to release on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita later this year according to the official PlayStation blog. Lab Zero Games, the developer behind the title, has not given any official release date yet, simply stating it should arrive at some point in 2014. The PlayStation blogs describes the new versions of the game ...

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Dark Souls 2 listed for next generation consoles


Dark Souls 2 may well be coming to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. A listing on Tesco Direct, the website of the retail giant, lists the RPG coming to the next generation consoles in December. No official word about a port to other platforms has been given from either Namco Bandai or From Software so the listing may not ...

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Two new Humble Bundles available to purchase


Humble Bundle has added two new bundles to their store. The first it the Humble 2K Bundle that went live earlier in the week. Available at any price (though a $1 minimum charge for Steam keys is in effect) are BioShock, The Bureau: XCOM Declassified and The Darkness II. All three games are first-person shooters, though they vary in style ...

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GameStop willing to pay developers to create exclusive content


GameStop has revealed that they are preparing to fund development of exclusive content and DLC. The retailer confirmed that publishers and developers who they had had discussion with were enthusiastic about collaborating with them to produce exclusives. This could mean that GameStop will be looking to partner with developers while they are working on projects, in order to decide what ...

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Sony reveals sales data for their recent PlayStation consoles

Sony sold 9 million PS4 units

Sony has revealed that they have sold over 100 million PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita consoles. While the Japanese company does not usually give out data about the sales of their products, they announced the numbers in a promotional video for the PlayStation brand. The PlayStation 3 accounts for most of that 100 million, with Sony having previously ...

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Dovetail Games acquires rights to Microsoft Flight Simulator


Dovetail Games has announced that they have acquired the rights to develop and publish further games in the Microsoft Flight Simulator series. The news is unexpected, considering the last entry in the series was the unpopular Microsoft Flight in 2012. As part of the deal made with Microsoft, Dovetail Games will also be releasing Flight Simulator X: Gold Edition on ...

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YouTube adds over 12,000 live concert videos


Over 12,000 old concert videos from some of the biggest bands in history are now available on YouTube thanks to a collaboration with Music Vault. While the video streaming service previously hosted around 1000 live concert performances, this new agreement multiplies that number tenfold to allow users to get see some of the rarest performances that cannot be viewed anywhere ...

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Microsoft reveals Zoo Tycoon Friends


Microsoft has announced that they are releasing a brand new game in the Zoo Tycoon series. Zoo Tycoon Friends is a free-to-play title that will launch on Windows 8 and Windows Phones. First impressions of the game seem to indicate that it is similar to the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions that is currently available. The game, which will ...

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