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Dayz Devblog and Patch notes for stable revealed

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A new Dayz devblog got released yesterday after a long period of silence from the team.  With the release of the new patch, the team is now ready to move on to other aspects of the game along with optimizing and bug fixing. The new patch finally got rid of the old mouse control system that everybody was complaining about ...

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Dark Souls 2 PC available on Steam soon

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Namco Bandai’s brutally difficult RPG is finally making its way to PC today. Dark Souls 2 will unlock on Steam at 3:00 PM PDT/6:00 PM EDT and will be available for worldwide purchase starting tomorrow, April 25. The game is said to be a much better ported version than its predecessor and will run in glorious 1080p at 60 fps, ...

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Metro 2033 and Last Light coming to PS4 and Xbox One

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Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light were extremely popular games that, up until now at least, were exclusive to the PC and Steam, as well as the Xbox 360 and PS3. That’s about to change, as some leaked images would suggest both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light will be coming to next-gen consoles, mainly the PS4 and the Xbox ...

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Jason Holtman leaves Microsoft

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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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Is DayZ worth buying in its alpha state?

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The success of DayZ through Steam Early Access cannot be contested. DayZ has sold almost 1.4 million copies in less than two months, and continues to be one of the best-selling titles on Steam? The reason is simple – the previous DayZ Mod for Arma 2 gained a lot of popularity, and many of the fans migrated to the highly-anticipated ...

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The cancellation of pre-orders is now possible on Steam

It’s generally best not to pre-order things. The marketing campaigns are designed so you only see the good aspects of a given game, and the nasty surprises are generally revealed after a launch. If you’re the type to read previews and reviews, you should be especially wary of throwing out money on pre-orders in general. Still, there comes a time ...

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