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Jason Holtman leaves Microsoft

It sees major changes keep going on at the top of the food-chain at Microsoft. According to an update on his LinkedIn profile, Jason Holtman, the Head of PC Gaming and Entertainment Strategy at Microsoft has left the Windows and Xbox creating company at the end of January 2014. Jason Holtman has signed up with Microsoft in August 2013, with ...

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Is DayZ worth buying in its alpha state?

The success of DayZ through Steam Early Access cannot be contested. DayZ has sold almost 1.4 million copies in less than two months, and continues to be one of the best-selling titles on Steam? The reason is simple – the previous DayZ Mod for Arma 2 gained a lot of popularity, and many of the fans migrated to the highly-anticipated ...

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Wildstar’s funny new trailer teases the game’s features

Unfortunately, the latest trailer for Wildstar doesn’t shed any light on when the beta-stage of the game opens up. Many fans have been waiting for the announcement for awhile now, but the folks at Carbine Studios just aren’t ready for that step yet. That’s not to say they don’t like to tease us, and they are doing a masterful job ...

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Star Wars The Old Republic will receive two expansions this year

It seems that the Bioware/EA’s colossal (at least financially) MMORPG is slowly picking up. As the game went free to play following a great launch but mediocre early-stage, it has become increasingly profitable, motivating the developers to constantly release new content for it. Star Wars The Old Republic has received two expansion-packs to date, mainly Rise of the Hutt Cartel ...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition survey asks players about multiplayer

Expectations are high when it comes to the 3rd Dragon Age game, mainly Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition. For those living in the Vancouver area, testing the game might just become a possibility. Bioware has announced that it will be hosting some short play-tests in the Vancouver area next week (specifically on the 10th and 11th of February), and getting into ...

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More Elder Scrolls Online beta invites have been sent out

A new batch of beta invites for the Elder Scrolls Online has been sent out today, and based on all accounts, it’s the largest wave of invites to date. Bethesda is preparing for a comprehensive stress-test of its Elder Scrolls Online servers, and the stress-test will begin on Friday, the 7th of February (starting at 12:00 PM EST) and will ...

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Thief’s gameplay explained in a new trailer for the game

About 3 weeks remain until the US launch of Thief on the 25th of February. Europeans will get to enjoy the new installment in the Thief franchise 3 days later, on the 28th of February. Unlike the game’s protagonist, Garrett, Thief doesn’t have a stealthy approach when it comes to its launch. Eidos Montreal and Square Enix have been pushing ...

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Future Hitman movie adds Zachary Quinto to its cast

When thinking about an iconic video-game hitman, nothing comes to mind sooner than Agent 47’s black suit, black gloves, red tie and shaved head. Fox realized this back in the day, and released the Hitman movie in 2007. Starring Timothy Olyphant, the movie was received with mixed criticism and average reviews, from both movie critics and movie-goers. Not even fans ...

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The Wolf Among Us Episode 2 launches next week

4 months have passed since Telltale Games launched one of their major series, The Wolf Among Us. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the next episode of the gritty and dark game since October, and the wait is finally over.   Telltale Games announced that the second episode of the game, entitled Smoke & Mirrors, will be landing on the 4th ...

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