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Fable Legends is not coming to Steam, will be Windows 10 exclusive on PC

Microsoft played down its gated Windows 10 app store, suggesting it wouldn't keep titles for itself, but that looks to be happening with Fable Legends. Lionhead's social media coordinator as tweeted the game will be a Store exclusive.

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BossKey Productions’ Project BlueStreak gets a reveal trailer and a new name: LawBreakers

Earlier this week Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski teased that the next game from his newly formed BossKey Productions would be revealed on Wednesday, and now we know much more about the game, including its name: LawBreakers.

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Here is every rumor we’ve heard about the Nintendo NX

Here is everything we have heard so far about Nintendo's mysterious, upcoming console, the so-called NX, compiled into one convenient post.

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See Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5’s new cartoonish look in motion in its latest trailer

Fans initially weren't very pleased with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5's first trailer or the new cel-shaded art style that followed it. Now they get a chance to see the updated art style in motion in the game's later trailer.

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 hits $500,000 goal on Kickstarter on the campaign’s first day

Earlier this month we wrote that developer Larian Studios was returning to Kickstarter to fund Divinity: Original Sin 2. The campaign kicked off yesterday, and within 12 hours the it had already met its goal.

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Alienware refreshes X51 and notebook lineup with overclocking, USB 3.1

Alienware has announced a refreshed line of notebooks, along with an X51 desktop, that feature 6th-generation Intel Core processor, overclocking, and USB 3.1.

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AMD’s Radeon R9 Nano is built for tiny PCs, but costs as much as the Fury X

With an impending fall release, we finally have the skinny on AMD's compact flagship graphics card, with 4GB of high bandwidth memory and a 175-watt thermal design power.

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Angry Birds maker lays off 40 percent of its staff

Rovio, the embattled developer of Angry Birds and other mobile titles, announced plans to lay off nearly 40 percent of its workforce as part of "restructuring." The company says it'll refocus on games, media, and consumer products.

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Tabletopia wants to be the Kindle/iTunes of digital board games

Tabletopia is a multiplatform, digital platform for playing and distributing board games that has already blown past its Kickstarter goal. Unlike its competitors, Tabletopia already has official support from publishers.

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GTA V’s Rockstar Editor coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One in September

Grand Theft Auto V and GTA Online players on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will soon receive a comprehensive set of in-game filmmaking tools as part of a forthcoming title update, publisher Rockstar announced this week.

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Nintendo 64 classics Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Turok 2 headed to Steam

Night Dive Studios announced that it will issue "modernized versions" of the landmark Nintendo 64 first-person shooters Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2 for PC platforms via Steam, GOG, and other online storefronts.

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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition free for Xbox Live Gold subscribers in September

The revamped Xbox One version of Crystal Dynamics' Tomb Raider will be available as a free download in September for Xbox Live Gold subscribers as part of the ongoing Games With Gold program.

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The essential beginner’s strategy guide to Hearthstone (and The Grand Tournament)

Want to play the hit game Hearthstone, but don't quite know where to begin? Check out our essential guide for beginners, which covers all the basic tips and tricks you need to get started.

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Can you dig it? Here’s how to set up a dedicated Terraria server

Terraria is a game best experienced with a group of your friends, and a dedicated server is the best way to do so. Follow our handy guide and you'll be exploring and crafting with your friends in no time.

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Space Western action RPG Exoplanet: First Contact combines Fallout with Firefly

If you've ever wished that Bethesda's massive RPGs were a little more like Firefly or Dune, Exoplanet: First Contact may be the game for you, and it's now over 65 percent funded on Kickstarter just halfway into its campaign.

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