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Crytek launches free-to-play shooter Warface on Steam

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Crytek launched the free-to-play multiplayer FPS Warface on Steam today. The game hasn’t been very well received in most parts of the world before, but the company hopes that this move will change all that. “Bringing Warface to Steam paves the way for a new audience to discover the game’s engrossing cooperative and competitive action; completely for free,” Warface director Hasit Zala said. “As ...

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Titanfall update 4 coming tomorrow for PC and Xbox One

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The fourth update for Respawn Entertainment’s online FPS Titanfall will be arriving tomorrow for PC and the Xbox One. This update comes with the usual assortment of bugfixes and balance changes, but some brand new features have been added as well. Among them we can find the Featured Game Modes. The first one is being called Marked For Death, and Wingman ...

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Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida talks about the future of Project Morpheus

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There has been a lot of talk about Sony Entertainment’s Project Morpheus VR these last few months. Most people were expecting some exciting announcements regarding the headset to be made at E3 2014, but the company didn’t seem keen on talking much about it unfortunately. The only interesting news I can think of was the reveal of The Assembly, a promising new ...

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Ubisoft’s Valiant Hearts: The Great War releases later today

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Valiant Hearts: The Great War, a new puzzle adventure game developed by Ubisoft will be releasing today for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and the PC. Ubisoft’s latest addition caught the attention of more than a few people when it was presented at this year’s E3. The upcoming title is set during World War 1 (hence the subtitle The Great War) ...

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Oxford University invents breakthrough facial recognition software

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A new type of facial recognition software invented by researchers at the University of Oxford can tell if a person has a rare genetic disorder just by analyzing their photos. The breakthrough invention is able to recognize faces in everyday pictures, just like the photo software used by Facebook or Google. According to Oxford, between 30 and 40 percent of rare genetic ...

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Family Sharing and other Xbox One features still on the way

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Both Sony and Microsoft teased us with a lot of features before the PS4 and the Xbox One were released. While the companies did deliver on some of their promises, there are a few features that are still nowhere to be seen. Earlier this month Sony’s head of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida said that the “suspend mode” and “friend-assist” will still be ...

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Buy World of Warcraft for a ridiculously low price

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Presumably in an effort to compete with the Steam and GOG Summer Sales, Blizzard is offering their own discounts. The World of Warcraft Summer Sale has just started today and you can buy the legendary MMORPG for a ridiculously low price. The original game plus the Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, and Cataclysm expansions together now only cost $10. For ...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport now available through Sprint

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active was announced earlier this year as an AT&T exclusive, but now Sprint also has its own version of the popular flagship. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport is very similar to the smartphone offered by its rival carrier although there are a few differences here and there. The device comes with a rugged back cover that makes it easier ...

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DirectX 12 will help improve the Xbox One

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DirectX 12 was announced back in March at the Game Developers Conference 2014 that was held in San Francisco. The collection of application programming interfaces (APIs) is said to come with many more features than its predecessor. This will help a lot with the development work, which in turn will reflect on the games themselves. DirectX 12 will allow devs to be more efficient ...

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Price, Specs and Features available for the Moto 360

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Soon after Google announced its Android Wear platform for wearable devices, Motorola announced its intent of launching the Moto 360 that will make use of the new OS. It will be Motorola’s first smartwatch to use the Android Wear platform. The Moto 360, unlike the Samsung Gear 2 or the LG G Watch, follows a classical, round design, giving it ...

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