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Tom Clancy’s: The Division

The next installment in the Tom Clancy franchise is The Division. It's being described as an 'online multiplayer third-person tactical shooter action role-playing game' (Try saying that twice as fast after five hours of gaming. Or try saying it at all, it's really difficult.) Powered by the Snowdrop Next-Gen Engine, it promises an immersive, beautiful environment fraught with armed civilians, attack dogs, c ...

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News: Extended Gameplay Video Released for Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

Warner Bros. Interactive has released an impressive eight-minute gameplay walkthrough for the upcoming  Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The open-world game is set in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings universe and takes place between the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. You take the role of Talion, a ranger with wraith-like abilities who lost his family to Sauron's armies and is now travelling t ...

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News: Nintendo admits sales estimates were too high

Following poor sales from both the Wii U and 3DS, Nintendo has warned investors that it expects to see a loss of around ¥35B (£204M) for the fiscal year. The Wii U has performed badly since its release in late 2012, selling just 150,000 units after one year on sale. Compare this with the sales of the PS4 and Xbox One, 250,000 and 150,000 in their respective first weeks on sale, and things look pretty dire f ...

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Xbox One: Not As Bad As We Thought

[caption id="attachment_8312" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] "Visually described as 'not offensive'"[/caption] When I first heard the Xbox One first being announced I was sitting in my room, staring at the low light of my laptop screen with weary eyes. I've been an avid Xbox fan ever since the disgustingly brutal brick of an ancestor, the original, graced my TV cabinet with it's colossal size and fluores ...

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News: Humble Indie Bundle X released

The latest Humble Bundle, Humble Indie Bundle X, is now available to purchase. As ever you can pay as little (or as much if you're feeling generous) for the bundle, but paying at least $1 will get you Steam keys and beating the average (which at the time of writing rests at $5.46) will bag you too additional games. The games included in this bundle are: the memory-exploring point and click adventure To The ...

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