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Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 Beta

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CI Games have announced they are holding an open beta on steam for their up coming game Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, the modern day stealth sniper game. Starting January 17th players can register for the beta by clicking here. The Beta will begin on February 3rd, 2017.  Marek Tymiński, CEO of CI Games had this to say about the beta. ...

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Sonic Mania Trailer Released

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Following Nintendo’s live stream of the Nintendo Switch presentation, many new trailers for several games have been released. One of those being ‘Sonic Mania’, a classic sonic game to be released for the Nintendo Switch this year. From watching the trailer, fans can see that the developers have gone back and taken inspiration from the old Sonic games, using simpler ...

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Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove Announced

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Shovel Knight is a game that was a bit of an indie darling in 2014. Backed on Kickstarter, was released to extremely positive reviews as well as commercial success. It has since then been ported to nearly every major gaming platform, including the 3DS and PS Vita. Yacht Games, the developer of Shovel Knight, kept the fanbase alive by releasing ...

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Overwatch May Get a Valentine’s Day Event

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Overwatch has had a grand total of three major events now, the Olympics, Halloween and the Holiday Season. They’ve become rather a staple of the game, and each bring familiar prospects to the experience. A colorful array of new skins, lines, emotes and other unlockables, unique game modes and a unique tone. There is some controversy over the items being ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Lacks Season Pass

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Season passes are something that is highly divisive among gamers. Some enjoy them, as it earns them all of the DLC for a game at a reduced price. Others sneer at the concept, seeing them as asking for money when a product hasn’t proven itself yet. For better or for worse, season passes have become a staple of the AAA ...

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Dues Ex: Mankind Divided Pre-Order DLC Goes Free

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Pre-order bonuses are, sadly, a staple of AAA gaming. You don’t have to look far to find an example of a game that utilizes this practice. Costumes, weapons, or even entire levels that can only be acquired through pre-ordering. Dues Ex: Mankind Divided was particularly noticeable in this regard. Augment Your Pre-Order went so far as to offer the game ...

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Mass Effect Andromeda Resolutions

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Appearance has been a part of the gaming debate for as long as there has been one. Older gamers will remember the bit wars of the 1990s, with Sega and Nintendo trying to outdo each other. Back then, graphics dominated the arguments for which console was better. Nowadays graphics aren’t as heavy touted, as things have gotten more complicated. Resolution ...

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Doomfist to be Voiced by Terry Crews?

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It really does feel like you can’t go more than a week or two without there being mover Overwatch news. Blizzard’s team based shooter really has taken the world by storm. Easily the most iconic part of the game, however, is its colorful (Figuratively and literally) cast of characters. More are on their way to the game it seems, with ...

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Diablo 20th Anniversary Event Announced

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since the action RPG Diablo first released. The satisfying combat and the neverending quest to advance your character was furthered by two sequels, Diablo II in 2000 and Diablo III in 2012. Diablo was a pioneer in the genre, striking a chord with an extremely loyal fanbase that to this day ...

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Blizzard Recaps 2016 and Outlines Overwatch Plans for New Year

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Overwatch launched in May of this year to rave reviews, and quickly became a staple in the FPS genre. Fans and critics alike couldn’t get enough of the game, with Overwatch securing the honor of 2016 Game of the Year earlier this month. Though the game has only been out for six months, it has gone through many changes and updates ...

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