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All Posts from April 26, 2013

Angry Video Game… Game?

by 12 months ago

James Rolfe of Cinemassacre productions, who is probably best known as the "Angry Video Game Nerd", posted a video not too long ago with pre-alpha footage of a game about …

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Sniper Elite 3 website goes live

by 12 months ago

The follow up to Rebellion's 2012 tactical shooter Sniper Elite V2 is in development, and now there's an official website for gamers to track its progress. There isn't much to see …

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Official game trailer drops for LEGO Legends of Chima: Laval’s Journey

by 12 months ago

Today, gamers will get a great sneak peak at the upcoming expansion to LEGO Legends of Chima. It's called Laval's Journey, and it's currently slated for a summer 2013 release …

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Promised Wii U update is live, increases speed, fixes overscan issues, adds Virtual Console

by 12 months ago

    Well, it's finally here. The Wii U update that Nintendo promised in their last Direct video is live, increasing the overall speed and stability of many of the Wii U's …

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    Deadpool talks about people who are not Deadpool in his game Deadpool

    by 12 months ago

    The Merc with the Mouth wants to let us in on some info for his upcoming game Deadpool starring Deadpool as Deadpool.  (Seriously, Deadpool is in this game.  A lot) …

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    Games for the Masses–Weekend Deals 04/26/13

    by 12 months ago

    Welcome back to Games for the Masses, where we help you pay less to play more!  We all know you can't beat free, and following that logic leaves us with …

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    Steam’s most consistently discounted game Defense Grid gets a sequel

    by 12 months ago

    Defense Grid is a fantastic game - really, one of the best tower defense titles I've played. But to me what's most noteworthy about it is the sheer number of …

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    Steam now offering subscription services, starting with Darkfall Unholy Wars

    by 12 months ago

    In a move that will surprise absolutely no one, Steam - having already conquered most of the digital download and related DLC distribution markets - is now mediating subscription services …

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