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All Posts from October 1, 2013

Terraria 1.2 update out, is huge.

by 11 months ago

If you've never played Terraria, you might be forgiven for thinking it was simply a 2D Minecraft knockoff--but you'd be wrong. Terraria has a much bigger focus on combat and …

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Half-Life 3 trademarked by Valve

by 11 months ago

In an interesting development, Valve seems to have finally trademarked the name "Half-Life 3," the application can be seen above. I must say, it's a bit shocking that this is …

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Electronic Arts announces Battlefield 4 beta, details how to get in

by 11 months ago

Holding "betas" has been quite common for games in the Battlefield series and that tradition will not change with Battlefield 4. EA has announced a multitude of ways you can …

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New Destiny trailer, beta announced

by 11 months ago

For those of you who can't get enough of Bungie's newest project Destiny, the developer has recently announced that the game's beta will begin in early 2014 for PS4, PS3 …

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Super Mario 3D World New Gameplay Trailer

by 11 months ago

When Nintendo revealed Super Mario 3D World a few months ago, I was disappointed that we weren't seeing a more drastic re-imagining of the franchise like we saw with the …

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The Humble Mumble — KillHouse Games talks Door Kickers

by 11 months ago

There is no shortage of games that try to offer players the experience of being a member of a military or law enforcement unit. Some games take this a step further, …

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Not the hero we deserve — Scribblenauts Unmasked review

by 11 months ago

I had high hopes for Scribblenauts Unmasked. From the original DS title, the Scribblenauts formula struck a chord with me. A puzzle game at its core, the original Scribblenauts let …

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Our knobs go to 11 – hands-on with Rocksmith 2014

by 11 months ago

It’s a fact - I still play Rock Band 3 every single week with my family. I’m probably the only one still propping up the plastic instrument market. I’ve been …

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ONLY try this at home – Skydive: Proximity Flight review

by 11 months ago

I'm just going to take a stab at this and assume you’ve never been base-jump proximity-flying in a wingsuit before. Because, unless you have at least 200 freefall skydives in …

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Ankle deep – Rain review

by 11 months ago

A boy emerges from sleep in a bright, painted world. He climbs from his bed to gaze out the window when the rain begins. His eyes meet those of the …

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