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Telltale Games’ Poker Night 2 has now landed on mobile devices, launching on the iOS App Store.
Rockstar has announced the details of the Special Edition and Collector’s Editions of Grand Theft Auto V, which will be available for pre-order later today.
Call of Duty: Ghosts was originally announced on a “new engine”. However it has been confirmed this is not the case, with the original engine instead featuring significant upgrades.
As a vivid Xbox fan, I believe I have often been too critical of Microsoft and some of their ideas (like in this article). In saying that, I believe that as a fan of the Xbox brand and Microsoft, I am in a great position to analyse the Xbox One reveal in an [...]
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It saddens us to report that we will not get to continue Alan’s mysterious adventure in Bright Falls any time soon, as Remedy Entertainment said that it will return to Alan Wake “when the time is right.”
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced the Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition will be coming to PC.
Ubisoft has announced that downloadable titles I Am Alive and From Dust are now available at retail, in Australia. The titles will be apart of Ubisoft’s ‘That’s Hot!’ budget PC range and cost $19.95 each. The games are available at [...]
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We are pleased to announce that indie developer NeocoreGames’ gothic-noir steampunk action-RPG influenced by Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing, has been released.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is now available, providing a homage to the Wild West tales and era.
Fast & Furious: Showdown is now available, releasing in time for the June 6 movie release of Fast & Furious 6.
While we may have pull lists, most of us comic addicts scan the shelves to see what else is in store. For arbitrary reasons, we sometimes pick up a random issue in the midst of a run. It could be because of good word of mouth, a guest artist, the presence [...]
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In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Don Mattrick, head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, said something interesting regarding those who enjoy a console’s backwards compatibility features.