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Fallout 4: Cinematic Trailer Listed on LinkedIn Profile

War never changes. Rumors about a possible Fallout 4 though? Those kinds of rumors normally last about 10 minutes before someone reveals it was all a hoax. So new evidence for the existence of Fallout 4 should probably be filed under ‘sketchy at best’. A 3D artist called Luis Nieves has posted on his LinkedIn profile that he has completed ...

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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 Announced

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is back! A recent feature by Game Informer (published May 5, 2015) includes an exclusive announcement from Activision, Robomodo, and Disruptive Games. The announcement confirms that a new Tony Hawk game is coming very soon: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5. For a while, the Tony Hawk series was unstoppable. With a strong debut in 1999, Tony Hawk’s Pro ...

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Lego Dimensions Level Packs Leaked?

Portal and Jurassic World-themed content might be making its way to Lego Dimensions, after Walmart listed the items on its website. Pages for Scooby Doo and The Simpsons playsets were also discovered, but none of the products were accompanied by images or release dates. A number of popular franchises, including Batman and The Lord of the Rings, have already been ...

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Star Wars Battlefront: What We Know So Far

On April 17th Star Wars Battlefront was officially announced. Since then various new announcements have been made and this is what I was able to find and put together for you: The game is set to release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. For graphics junkies, the game is intended to release at 60FPS on both consoles. So, theoretically they should ...

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Happy Birthday Minecraft! Free Skins for Xbox Consoles

According to a press release on Mojang’s site, as of Saturday, Minecraft: 360 edition is officially three years old. To celebrate, Mojang is offering Xbox 360 and Xbox One fans three packs of downloadable skins. So, if you play on either of the consoles, sign in before the 17th of May to download the free content. These packs are available from the ...

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Should Sony’s PS4 fear the Xbox One?

It feels as if Xbox One has been playing catch-up with the PS4 ever since Microsoft shot themselves in the foot in 2013 with their announcement of DRM security and anti-piracy policies for the console. They declared that they would prevent lending or trading-in games and would disable offline play-before backpedalling due to a humungous gamer uproar.  The consumer response ...

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Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

A standalone digital download, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a prequel to last year’s sleeper hit, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, the game currently retails at, $19.99 (£14.99/19.99€). The game sees you regain control of professional Nazi killer, B.J.  Blazkowicz, as he stealth’s, shoots and maims his way through the dystopia of the Nazi ...

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Happy Wars on Xbox One: First Impressions

Happy Wars has been available since October 12, 2012 on the Xbox 360, but was recently released for the Xbox One console a few weeks ago. I had never tried the game until I downloaded it earlier this week and at the time I was unaware that it had been released on the 360 years earlier. So I had no former ...

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Microsoft’s Hololens: Don’t Be Too Hasty

It may come as a shock, to some of you, that Microsoft’s Hololens will cost more than the Xbox One. Hold on, before everyone panics, this is the virtual reality market. The Oculus Rift costs about $350, which is already sizable heap of money, and Sony’s Morpheus may be following that same route. Don’t get me wrong, the idea of ...

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