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Max Payne 3 hands-on preview

We go hands-on with Rockstar Games' upcoming return to the "cinematic shooter" in Max Payne 3.

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BioShock Infinite gets an official release date

The much-anticipated BioShock Infinite will hit shelves October 16 in North America, and October 19 internationally.

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Blizzard announces 600 layoffs, game development staff spared

Blizzard, developer of WoW, Starcraft and Diablo has announced that it has cut 600 global jobs, though its game development staff remains largely untouched

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Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition review

The 2011 reboot of the Mortal Kombat franchise returns with the Komplete edition, featuring all the content of last year’s game, all the DLC, and a few other surprises.

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PS Vita sells more than 1.2m units globally, but can it maintain its strong start?

Sony announced on Tuesday that its new PS Vita handheld gaming device has sold 1.2 million units globally so far. Figures show that 620,000 of those have been sold in the last week in the US, Europe and Australia since its launch in those locations on February…

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Binary Domain review

The sci-fi third-person shooter Binary Domain, from Sega and Yakuza Studios, makes up in design and tone what it lacks in polish.

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Boondock Saints game will be a “full-on, co-op shooter” says developer

"We're looking to expand the story, not just retell the franchise," says Critical Mass president of the upcoming Boondock Saints game.

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Syndicate review

Syndicate's generic gameplay and a recycled story make for a decent, but forgettable offering.

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Modern Warfare 3 meets Minecraft in upcoming Guncraft shooter

Is Guncraft a cube-based builder with shooting elements or a first-person shooter with building elements?

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Top five Nintendo 3DS eShop games

Digital downloads are a growing field for gaming systems, and handhelds are no exception. Here’s our roundup of the top five 3DSWare games on the Nintendo eShop.

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Study: Facebook gaming declines in 2011, social gaming seeking new growth

According to new research, Facebook gaming has begun to slump in the fourth quarter of 2011. Is this the end of the social gaming boom, or is it a sign for social gaming to grow up?

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Redbox reminds consumers it does games too, offers free game rentals next week

Redbox is offering free game rentals from Sunday in a bid to publicize the fact that it's not just movies that are available from its kiosks. It'll be hoping to gather up lots of new members in the process too, of course.

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BioWare respectfully requests that you not kill yourselves trying to reach the Mass Effect 3 Space Editions

Day two of EA and BioWare’s promo involving launching copies of Mass Effect 3 into space is facing a few slight difficulties.

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Digital Blend: The PS Vita launches (again) and Call of Duty brings in Overwatch

Welcome to Digital Blend, your one-stop-shop for coverage and recommendations of all things relating to mobile gaming, digital marketplaces, and indie titles (for the week ending February 19).

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It’s official—Medal of Honor: Warfighter has been confirmed

After months of speculation, EA and Danger Close have confirmed that the follow-up to their 2010 Medal of Honor will be called Medal of Honor: Warfighter, and is tentatively scheduled for an October release.

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