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Halo’s multiplayer on PC will live on


The closing of GameSpy at the end of this month is shaking up the industry. On one hand, this event shows that gaming is changing, and the need for 3rd party dedicated multiplayer servers is a thing of the past, and on the other hand, it shows how much some companies care about their titles, as is the case with ...

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The Walking Dead’s next episode gets a trailer [SPOILERS!]


If you’re dying to see what the next episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead episode holds for Clementine, just click play on the trailer below. Just watch out for the spoilers! Telltale has bothered to insert a spoiler alert at the beginning of the video, so consider yourselves warned. The mid-season episode seems to go to even darker places, as ...

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Wolfenstein: The New Order has a branching storyline


In an era when shooters tend to focus almost exclusively on online features, Wolfenstein: The New Order dares to be a single player only game. Considering that most FPS experiences in recent memory have had campaigns that last 4 to 6 hours, the fact that Machine Head claims that their game has about 20 hours of gameplay AND also has ...

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Lords of the Fallen – Leaked footage emerges


Lords of the Fallen has started to get attention worldwide in the past few months, in part thanks to the trailers Deck 13 and CI Games have released recently. But we all know by now that everything that is released via trailers is heavily scripted and/or choreographed in order to make the game look better than it can be in real ...

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Daylight – Review


The rise of independent developers in the past few years brought with it a fresh new take on the survival horror genre. Titles like Amnesia and Outlast have recently taken the spotlight from big franchises like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, and now Zombie Studios shows us a slightly different take on the formula with Daylight. The game is thin ...

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Five 2014 games that may underwhelm


Every single game publisher will advertise it’s products as “great”, “amazing” or “innovative”, but more often than not, that’s not the case. There’s an immense amount of video games that don’t live up to the hype, and I’m going to try to signal out five unreleased games that are very likely to underwhelm in 2014. Wolfenstein: The New Order The ...

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare coming to PC in June


The Tower Defense/ Third Person Shooter Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare finally has a PC release date. EA announced today that the successor to PopCap’s popular PvZ will be making its way to computers worldwide starting on June 24th. The game was originally launched at the end of February for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and has generally received positive ...

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Top Summer Games to be released – Watch Dogs, Destiny and more


Summer always comes with good news and light for passionate gamers. Many reviewers and bloggers have been impatiently waiting for the new release dates for the newest video games. There is a great variety of opinions in regards to the best video games of the year, but why shouldn’t we also have a top of the summer, also? There are ...

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Instagram aims for the top with Instagram for PC


Instagram became more popular with its Instagram for PC app, meanwhile competing with Facebook, whose popularity is declining due to people getting bored of it, as well as some questionable management decisions in recent weeks. This is just the usual disease that affects all companies as they lose their ability to sustain interest in time. With the current rise of ...

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Support for Windows XP ends today


Support for Windows XP operating system ends today, this means that there will be no more official security updates and bug fixes for the operating system from Microsoft. Security firms said anyone else using the 13-year-old software would be at increased risk of infection and compromise by cyber-thieves. The UK government negotiated extended support contracts for the OS and has signed a ...

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