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The Dark Knight returns in Batman: Arkham Knight

Not often do gamers get a chance to play a quality game based on a comic-book superhero. Usually, these games are adaptations of blockbuster movies, and are nothing more than easy cash-grabs, profiting from a film’s hype rather than relying on quality gameplay to sell copies. When Batman: Arkham Asylum first came out, this perception was changed drastically. Rocksteady managed ...

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Titanfall Collector's Edition first look

The Titanfall Collector’s Edition – unboxing

Respawn Entertainment have done a unboxing of Titanfall Collector’s Edition. The Titanfall Collector’s Edition will be delivered in a box of considerable size and is being sold at the huge price of $ 250 (it seems that stocks are already depleted). Besides the game itself, the Titanfall Collector’s Edition offers an Atlas Titanium model, with miniature statues of several soldiers (that ...

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Free Titanfall with Xbox One

Xbox One Console – Titanfall Bundle

The Xbox One seems to be selling poorly. So poorly, in fact, that Microsoft is resorting to exceedingly fast price-cuts and bundles to compete with its rivals. Gigantic retailers such as Target, Walmart, Amazon and GameStop are now offering incentives, like offering gift cards or games like Titanfall for free, which some see as a very bad sign for Microsoft. Last ...

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2K plans to continue the BioShock franchise

The gaming world was taken by surprise this week, when news of BioShock and System Shock developer Irrational Games’ intentions of shutting down became public. Irrational Games has decided to shut down after 17 years of game development, and a core of 15 members of their team will be moving to a newly formed studio, under Ken Levine. Ken Levine, ...

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The US video-games industry saw a 2% growth in 2013

The NPD Group’s research data has been made public, and the numbers are out. After declining sales in the gaming industry throughout 2011 and 2012, 2013 saw some growth in sales numbers, even though they are minimal. In total, $15.39 billion were spent by American gamers throughout 2013, a minor 1% more than the previous year. If we take into ...

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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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NBA Live 14 gets a major new update

EA seems to be determined to improve the overall quality of NBA Live 14, which is not surprising, given the fact that the game received very bad reviews from both the press and the fans. It’s not that it is a terrible game (well, it actually is for the most part), as it does have some great concepts, but everything ...

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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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