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Catalyst

Mirror’s Edge – Catalyst Coming Early 2016

Another big E3 Day Zero launch and release date announced. At EA’s press conference on Monday, they rolled out the red carpet for a umber of games, not the least of which is the highly anticipated Mirror’s Edge – Catalyst. Set to be an origin story for the series’ protagonist, Faith. The game was shown at previous E3’s, but as ...

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Telltale

Telltale Announces New Walking Dead Mini-Series

While Telltale has ventured into a number of big-name IPs in the last couple years (Borderlands, Game of Thrones), they’re still very well known for the explosive impact that The Walking Dead made on the gaming world just a few years ago. Personally, I was blown away by Season 1 and have had very few experiences as emotional as that ...

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The future of ESO revealed and The Black Hand

ESO Tamriel Unlimited – Future Content Revealed

If you’ve spent any time ambling around Tamriel in ESO then you’re probably aware that the game is pretty huge. Mind you, I still haven’t purchased a mount so my perception of the space may be a little skewed. It has only been a little over a week since ESO Tamriel Unlimited was released onto consoles and at E3 Bethesda has already provided ...

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HOTS REVIEW

Heroes of the Storm Review

On paper, I shouldn’t really be enamored by Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard’s first foray into the MOBA genre. Its casualized and dumbed down approach to the genre seems like a retraction rather than an advancement for the MOBA formula. On the contrary, where Heroes of the Storm removes complicated staples of the genre, it adds in new mechanics that ...

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Logitech Unveils Slick New Racing Wheels

Buckle up and fire up that digital engine, Logitech had unveiled new top-of-the-line racing wheels for Playstation systems, Xbox One, and PC. There will be two models, each with realistic feedback and feel. On the Logitech Blog, the announcement post reads, “The wait is finally over with the announcement today that the Logitech G29 Driving Force Racing Wheel for Playstation ...

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Start a “Tavern Brawl” in Hearthstone’s New Mode

That newly added, empty Hearthstone button on the main menu will introduce a new game mode. Tavern Brawl is a new style of game-play in the deck building and dueling world of Blizzard. Announced early on Wednesday on the Hearthstone Blog, the new mode promises to change things up quite a bit with “exciting and unique rules.” Also dubbed as ...

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The International 5 Dota 2 tournament will once again take place in Seattle

Dota 2 International prize pool smashes its own record

$13 million? Pah. That’s barely even 86 million Danish Krone. Hardly even 438526954 Thai Baht. Just 8943682320 Rwandan Francs. Nothing! At least, those are the words ringing around the Valve’s vast cathedral-like HQ this morning at the news that this year’s Dota 2 International prize pool has again destroyed its own record by climbing past the $13 million mark. At ...

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The Last Roman Campaign DLC announced

Total War: Attila – The Last Roman Campaign Pack Announced

There’s another Total War DLC on the way! But, before we all throw our hands up in disgust at EA and vow to never let our wallets meet the aforementioned DLC, an ever more increasingly common reaction to Total War DLC, let’s take a look at it. The past few DLC’s for Attila have added various new factions and graphical changes. ...

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Sales Numbers Released

Co-founder of CD Projekt Red Marcin Iwiński has reported that over 4 million copies of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt have been sold in the first two weeks since launch. In a letter to the fans, Iwiński went on to note that these fans “have given us tons of positive feedback and support — the sheer volume of emails we’ve gotten since ...

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Disney Infinity V.P. shames amiibo shortages

Remember when Skylanders and Disney Infinity were released, and there were little to no shortages of figures? That all changed when Nintendo tossed its red cap in the ring. For a company that used to make toys prior to video games, Nintendo’s done a remarkably poor job with its amiibos. Collectors have to be dedicated to deal with the shortages, ...

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