Daily Archives: July 22, 2013

Xbox Live Is “Unacceptable” For Free-To-Play

Console newcomer Wargaming, developer of World of Tanks has spoken of their frustration with the ease of developing an online-only game for Xbox Live. “One of the biggest challenges with Microsoft was the frequency of updates because the QA process and certification process takes an extremely long time,” Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi told Polygon. “[This […]
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Two More Arcade Bundles On XBLA

That’s right ladies and gentlemen, Microsoft keeps pumping out these bundles and quite frankly, I fully support it. They’re offering four or five arcade titles at what would be roughly the full cost of only one or two of them. What are the two latest bundles? They happen to be the Action Packed Bundle and […]
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Xbox One Records Five Minutes Of Gametime

The Xbox One will be able to automatically record your gameplay experiences just like Sony’s PlayStation 4. However, Microsoft’s newest console will only record the final minutes of your gameplay. “The idea is [that] you’re always recording,” explained Ken Lobb, creative director for Microsoft Studios at the San Diego Comic Con this weekend. “The last […]
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‘Rack N Ruin’ Preview: Former Blizzard Artist’s New Creation

It’s not often you get to be the bad guy, so it was intriguing to see the direction Lifespark Entertainment would take with their new title Rack N Ruin, under the guidance of former Blizzard artist Tyler Hunter. You play as Rack, a seed of destruction and a tiny demon lord who has destroyed countless […]
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The Last Of Us Breaks UK Chart Records

Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us is still at the number 1 spot in the UK charts for a sixth week in a row and has broken a new record for an exclusive holding the number 1 spot for this amount of time. According to Chart-Track, The Last of Us has risen to meet the […]
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Activision Announces ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’

Activision has announced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a side-scrolling action-brawler being developed by Magic Pockets. Set in the same universe as the popular Nickelodeon animated series, the game will bridge the gap between season one and two of the TV series. Featuring four person local co-op and online drop-in/drop-out co-op on Xbox 360, players will […]
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SDCC: X-MEN Panel – Nightcrawler Returns “Amazing X-Men” Series

The X-Men are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year and riding high after the Marvel Now! relaunch, filled with critically acclaimed and well-selling books. And with this we now have Nightcrawler starring in “Amazing X-Men”.

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“Savage Wolverine” #7 Review

Savage Wolverine #7 Written By: Zeb Wells Art By: Joe Madureira

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7 Cool (and Free) Games You Should Try

I think I’ve mentioned before how that until recently I was too poor to afford games or consoles, or even a PC that could run any modern (at the time) games without them lagging on the lowest graphical settings. What I did have, though, was a decent enough internet connection to play the plethora of […]
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Joss Whedon on Avengers: Age of Ultron

Many have assumed with Marvel’s announcement of Avengers Age of Ultron that it would be connected to the most recent book by Bendis or closely related to Ultron’s origins from the comics. Well Joss Whedon put’s those rumors and assumptions to rest.

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SDCC: Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Props And Nova Corpsmen Costumes

Here’s a look at what would be Star-Lord’s mask, Drax the Destroyer’s daggers and some other movie props, Marvel’s booth now features a Guardians of the Galaxy display guarded by Nova Corps officers.

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