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Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void – Wishes and expectations


I had a startling realization earlier while browsing my old pal Google in the hopes of finding some info on Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void. The realization was of course that there is no such info, at least nothing solid to go on. I find this to be strange for two reasons. First off, nowadays most highly anticipated games ...

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Killzone: Shadow Fall’s low resolution causes Sony to get sued for deceptive marketing

The gaming industry has seen its fair number of lawsuits over the years but this is certainly ones of the strangest in recent memory. Sony Entertainment was sued over the fact that Killzone: Shadow Fall’s multiplayer doesn’t run at native 1080p resolution like it was previously advertised. California resident Douglas Ladore – the one who filled the suit – is claiming ...

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Sunset Overdrive’s Xbox One exclusivity explained by Insomniac Games

Insomniac Games’ Sunset Overdrive is one of most anticipated Xbox One exclusives of the year. But interestingly enough, almost all of the titles developed by the studio until now have been for PlayStation consoles. So why the sudden change of heart? Well, even though Insomniac has been traditionally associated with Sony and its platforms, they are an independent developer first and foremost. It ...

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Battleborn, a new IP by Borderlands creators Gearbox Software

Gearbox Software just announced a brand new IP that goes by the name of Battleborn. So what did the creators of  Borderlands cook up for us this time? Well, the upcoming title looks to be a first-person shooter with an emphasis on characters. The team refers to Battleborn as a “Hero Shooter”, a pretty good name considering that this game is all about ...

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Crytek launches free-to-play shooter Warface on Steam

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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Latest Watch Dogs patch starts rolling out for PC

Ubisoft just announced that the latest patch of Watch Dogs will be releasing for PC “in the next hours.” The PS4 version of the game already received this patch yesterday and the other platforms will also follow in the near future. Interestingly enough, Ubisoft only announced this after a user managed to create a mod which greatly improves the graphics quality of ...

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Rainbow Six Siege replaced Patriots because the latter was “old-gen”

One of the biggest surprises at E3 2014 was the unveiling of Rainbow Six Siege. Back in 2011 it was announced that the next installation in the series will be called Rainbow Six Patriots so naturally that’s what everyone expected to see at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. Ubisoft stated in a recent interview with Rock, Paper, Shotgun that Rainbow Six ...

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E3 2014: Battlefield Hardline Closed Beta is live

EA announced today during E3 2014 that the Closed Beta testing phase for Battlefield Hardline has begun. PC and PS4 owners can go to the official website and sign up, but hurry because the available spots are limited. Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3 users can’t get into the Beta right now, but there are some benefits if you sign-up anyway. Owners of ...

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Dawn of War is moving to Steam, multiplayer is safe

Relic announced that in order to save the Warhammer 40k :Dawn of War games, they will be moved to Steam soon. Due to the impending shut down of online services, the matchmaking component of the games will be lost otherwise. The company says that all Dawn of War titles have recently underwent a major update aimed at preserving the multiplayer. ...

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