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This fall, Forza Motorsport 4 will release with some new features that were incorporated into the game just for use with the Kinect motion controller. Features that were talked about last year at E3, are now coming to fruition with head tracking functionality on full display in this latest video from Major Nelson. As you can see in the video,...
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Purchasing DLC, especially so early after a game's release, is often a difficult thing for gamers to openly accept. Frequently developers use the concept of DLC as a cash grab, knowing that consumers will want the most up-to-date content for the games they...
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The much anticipated Aliens: Colonial Marines will definitely be at E3 this year, better yet, it will be shipping in spring of 2012. The game which is said to begin on an abandoned ship, players will lead a group of Colonial Marines...
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We were lucky enough to snag a beta key for the Gears of war3 beta, and we spent the whole weekend in the middle of the action,...
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For fans of the beautiful game, the purchase of a new FIFA has become as much a seasonal ritual as the purchase of their team's new football shirt. It's safe to assume both products will be well-tailored and relevant for a whole 12 months, but when there's talk of one of them offering "revolution not evolution" there's a hollow ring of...
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Think of the StarCraft series, and you think of multiplayer. Its single-player campaigns are unavoidably overshadowed by the competitive scene, and news that Heart of the Swarm's reveal would be exclusively single-player leads to an irresistible question. Just how important is StarCraft's lore and single-player to StarCraft's fans?...
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If it's true that art imitates life, we're glad that we don't live in Ukraine. Home to 4A Games, their debut title, Metro 2033, was an unremittingly bleak affair. Based on a novel by young Russian author, Dmitry Glukhovsky, it was set in a post-apocalyptic Moscow where a handful of survivors took refuge in the city's hermetically sealed...
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