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Ubisoft Announces Gamescom Lineup

Ubisoft has revealed its lineup of games for this year’s Gamescom. Ubisoft’s booth will be located in Hall 6, in space A021 and attendees will be able to play: Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag The Crew Might & Magic Duel of Champions Online Card Game Might & Magic Heroes Online Might & Magic X Legacy  […]
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DICE Shows Off Battlelog Enhancements for Battlefield 4

In a trailer, DICE has revealed how it plans to incorporate Battlelog into Battlefield 4. Battlelog was launched with Battlefield 3, and DICE plan to make it more impactful with Battlefield 4. Battlelog’s new features, especially the ability to use a second device in-game seem like they would only be possible on next-gen consoles (and […]
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Ubisoft Activates ‘Watch_Dogs’ WeareData Website

In an interesting PR stunt, Ubisoft has launched a website to show the reality of Watch_Dog’s protagonist, Aidan Pierce, ability to track everything.

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New Kingdom Hearts 3 Details

Speaking with Famitsu (Polygon), Nomura revealed a number of gameplay and story details about the latest entry in the Kingdom Hearts series. The plot, first off, will continue after Kingdom Hearts’ latest entry: Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance (3DS). According to Tetsuya Nomura, “We’re proceeding along with which worlds we’ll be selecting for the game. […]
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CD Projekt RED Will Support ‘The Witcher 3′ For Years to Come

CD Projekt RED will support The Witcher 3 for years to come, with most small DLC packs being released for free – at least for PC players.

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I’m Worried For Microsoft’s Next Console

The first video game console I ever owned was the original Xbox. When I decided I wanted a new, current console, I opted for an Xbox 360. I’ve never owned a PlayStation home console, yet I don’t proclaim myself an Xbox, or Microsoft, fanboy. It just happened to be that the 360 was better suited […]
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Is The Recent Popularity of Indie Games Just a Phase?

With many gamers unhappy about the lack of creativity within AAA titles over the last two years, a lot more attention has descended upon the Indie scene. Releases such as Minecraft, Limbo and Braid have proved that quality can be produced from the smallest of budgets, and their uniqueness often results in a large fan […]
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