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Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion DLC Hits PC, PSN July 3

Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion DLC will hit PC and PSN on July 3, Activision announced today. The Invasion DLC has been available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One since June 3. It added three brand new maps (Departed, Pharaoh, Mutiny) and one remade fan favorite from Modern Warfare 2 (Favela). The DLC also includes Episode 3: Awakening, the next ...

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Steam Summer Sale 2014’s Best Buys

It’s that wonderful time of year again–when Valve intends to raid your wallet with its super mega awesome summer sale! Valve is back with its digital bargain bin, which contains steep discounts on some great (and not so great) PC games. Each day, Steam will see new daily deals added on top of their already extensive list of deeply discounted goodies. Best ...

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Heroes of the Storm enters next Alpha phase soon

Blizzard announced today that preparations have started for the next phase of the Heroes of the Storm Technical Alpha. The title is deep in development and new changes are constantly being made. Just these last few weeks the game received an overhauled user interface and new skins and heroes have also been added. But the company has just started and now they want ...

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Ubisoft sheds light on Far Cry 4 protagonist

While pretty much everyone was talking about Far Cry 4’s colorful, maniacal villain from the brilliant E3 reveal, we had few details on who we would actually be playing as. Yesterday Ubisoft tweeted an image of the protagonist, whose name is Ajay Ghale, who they describe as “Kyrat native, devoted son, and Pagan Min’s guest of honor.” Meet #FarCry4 protagonist Ajay ...

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Latest Watch Dogs patch starts rolling out for PC

Ubisoft just announced that the latest patch of Watch Dogs will be releasing for PC “in the next hours.” The PS4 version of the game already received this patch yesterday and the other platforms will also follow in the near future. Interestingly enough, Ubisoft only announced this after a user managed to create a mod which greatly improves the graphics quality of ...

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Assassin’s Creed Unity targeting 1080p/60fps on next-gen

The latest trend for developers is to target 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second on PS4 /Xbox One for all their upcoming games and Ubisoft is no exception. The company revealed in an interview with GamingBolt that Assassin’s Creed Unity is one of their titles that will reach the magic numbers. AC Unity level designer Bruno St. Andre was uncertain at ...

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Team Fortress 2 Love and War update is now live

Valve has released the latest major update for their popular multiplayer FPS Team Fortress 2. Entitled Love and War, the new update comes with lots of changes and additions to the game. The 5 new weapons will certainly be of interest to players, but the 15 brand new taunts and 43 cosmetic items are not to be overlooked either. Some of ...

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Rare Has New Games In Development

Microsoft has affirmed their continued support for Rare after Microsoft’s recent decision to stop bundling the Kinect with Xbox One. Phil Harrison, Microsoft Studios Europe chief, told Eurogamer that the company has no plans to abnegate the studio. “I’m very happy to go on record to alleviate any of those concerns you might have. We are very fortunate in having ...

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Far Cry 4 devs are open to “weird experiments like Blood Dragon”

We already know a lot of details about Ubisoft’s FarCry4. Release date, platforms, setting, story, antagonist, you name it we know it. But that’s never enough for us curious gamers, we also want to know about the company’s plans for the future with the game. Luckily, Rock, Paper, Shotgun recently had an interview with Mark Thompson, narrative director for Far ...

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Gamers should not be treated as criminals with DRM says GOG

Developers, publishers and service providers should not focus on treating paying customers as criminals with restrictive DRM (digital rights management) according to GOG. Speaking to Eurogamer Guillaume Rambourg, vice president of GOG North America, said: “DRM is only impacting the good-hearted passionate gamers out there. The very same gamers who are ready to spend $50 or more to own their ...

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