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Return to the capital wasteland for free when you pre-order Fallout 4 on Xbox One

For a limited time, when you pre-order Fallout 4 on Xbox One, you will be entitled to a free digital copy of Fallout 3 for Xbox 360, playable on XB1 via its recently announced backwards compatibility.

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JRPG Tales of Symphonia coming to PC, free with sequel pre-order

Bandai Namco's console-styled RPG Tales of Symphonia will see a Steam release in 2016, and players who pre-order Tales of Zestiria may receive a free copy

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Cinefix tugs at heartstrings with 8-bit tribute to Oscar-winning composer James Horner

James Horner played an integral part in several classic films during his life, providing scores to Aliens, Avatar, Apollo 13, Glory, and Braveheart just to name a few. Now Cinefix has immortalized him in a brilliant new video.

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time headlines Wii U eShop update

Nintendo's landmark Nintendo 64 action-RPG The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is now available via the Nintendo eShop in North America and Europe.

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Bikini samurai epic Onechanbara Z2: Chaos arrives stateside on PS4 this month

Xseed's zombie-slaying, hack-and-slash action game Onechanbara Z2: Chaos is due for a retail and digital release on the PlayStation 4 in North America later this month.

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Get the bacon ready: Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is coming next year

Vertigo Games has announced that Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!, the sequel to its original 2012 PC hit, will arrive on PC and PS4 next year. The new game brings with it over 1000 possible recipes.

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Here are the factions you can expect to see in The Division

Ubisoft has released new information on The Division, detailing the various factions and enemies you can expect to encounter as you attempt to bring peace and order back to a diseased New York City.

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Dota 2: The International 5 breaks records with $15 million prize pool

After Dota 2 tournament The International 4 raised a nearly $11 million prize pool last year, many wondered if it could be topped. It turns out that it can, as the prize pool for The International 5 has just passed $15 million.

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Time to kill? Here’s 111 riveting movies you can watch on Netflix right now

Save yourself from hours of scrolling and searching through Netflix's massive library by checking out this list of our favorite movies you can stream right now.

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Some of AMD’s new Fury X cards have pump whine

Pumped about the idea of a high performance, single chip AMD card once again? Be careful if you're thinking of the new Fury X for your next buy, as some outlets are reporting annoying, persistent pump whine.

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Warner Bros might have known about Batman: Arkham Knight’s PC issues for months

Two anonymous sources who claim to have worked in quality assurance on Batman: Arkham Knight say Warner Bros knew the game's PC port was in a poor state prior to launch.

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Nvidia rumored to be at work on GTX 950 Ti priced around $150

Although Nvidia is killing it at the top end of the GPU performance spectrum, it's mid-range is less decisive. To try and fix that, the green machine is now working on a competitor for the R9 370, known as the GTX 950 Ti.

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Divide and conquer: Halo 5 is the first in the series to not support local multiplayer of any kind

Microsoft and 343 Industries have confirmed that Halo 5: Guardians will be the first first-person shooter in the long-running series not to offer local, split-screen multiplayer in any of the game's modes.

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Shenmue 3 nabs series protagonist’s original voice actor

The creative team behind the crowdfunded adventure game Shenmue 3 revealed that the project will feature the return of Ryo Hazuki's original voice actor.

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Screenshot albums and more are coming as part of a major Nintendo Miiverse update

Miiverse, the player-driven community for Nintendo consoles, is due to see a number of major structural changes as part of a planned overhaul this summer.

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Free on PlayStation Plus in July: Rocket League, Entwined, Geometry Wars 3

PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive free copies of Rocket League, Geometry Wars 3, Entwined, and other featured games this month, Sony announced.

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Shovel Knight bounces onto shelves in retail release coming this fall

Developer Yacht Club Games' popular retro platformer Shovel Knight is coming to store shelves with retail releases for the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of the game this October.

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Think you’ve done all there is to do in Terraria? Its latest update says otherwise

Terraria has been around for years now, but due to the open-ended nature of the gameplay, it just keeps on going. Now with its latest update, players have even more to explore, fight, and build.

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Splatoon gets a new game mode in Tower Control, available later today

Nintendo has been keeping the updates to Splatoon coming at a good clip, and now the inky shooter is getting a new game mode. Tower Control sees teams fighting for control of a floating tower in the middle of the map.

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Batman: Arkham Knight patch restores leaderboard access on PS4

Developer Rocksteady has released a patch for the PlayStation 4 version of Batman: Arkham Knight, restoring access to the game's featured "Gotham's Greatest" leaderboards.

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King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember continues a classic Sierra series in July

Sierra's classic adventure game franchise King's Quest will return as an episodic series next month, developer The Odd Gentlemen announced today.

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AMD lets users 3D print a new look for their Radeon R9 Fury X

AMD has shared details of how users can create a customized version of the top plate for the company's recently released Radeon R9 Fury X by utilizing a 3D printer to manufacture a new cover.

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Check out Beyond Earth: Rising Tide’s living oceans

Firaxis has finally shared the E3 gameplay demo for Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth's upcoming first expansion, Rising Tide, focusing primarily on the expanded ocean gameplay systems.

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The perfect accessory for Razer's Nabu X fitness band is a hammer to smash it

The Razer-produced Nabu X is sold as a social fitness tracker, connecting gamers up with like-minded souls, but ends up disappointing due to buggy software and limited…

  • Pros: Comfortable and lightweight , Simple design , Not expensive…
  • Cons: Limited functionality , Poor iOS app experience , Two apps…

Officially licensed Pokemon puzzler to hit iOS, Android this year

A Pokemon-themed puzzler featuring characters from Nintendo's long-running portable RPG franchise will launch for iOS and Android devices later this year.

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PC ports are consistently shoddy, and it’s embrassing

There's a number of reasons why PC ports often fail to live up to console versions despite superior hardware, but ultimately they amount to little more than excuses for shoddy work.

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Acer’s new curved display offers massive screen, FreeSync support

Acer's latest monstrous display is backing AMD with its support of FreeSync technology. It also boasts QHD resolution, a curved panel and a relatively low response time to please gamers.

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Soon to be elder: Mojang’s Scrolls has ceased development

Scrolls, the card-strategy game from Minecraft developer Mojang, has ceased development, and the studio plans to close its servers by July 1, 2016. The company has not announced any change of plans in regard to this week's Minecon.

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Microsoft outlines its plans for Xbox at Gamescom

Microsoft has revealed what to expect from Xbox at Gamescom 2015, including new details on Scalebound, Quantum Break, Crackdown, and more unannounced titles. There will also be an Xbox FanFest event for lucky attendees.

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When will we see Star Citizen’s FPS module? Chris Roberts doesn’t know yet

Star Citizen's FPS module, titled Star Marine, was slated to be the next playable module for Chris Roberts' massive space sim, but now it seems that the module has been put on hold for the foreseeable future.

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