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888 Holdings becomes the first online gambling company to win an online poker license

Online poker players have a reason to celebrate. 888 Holdings has been granted the first online gambling license since 2006 and will set up shop in Vegas.
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‘Duck Tales’ returns! ‘Nuff said

Capcom's typically fanatical audience has been odds with the company after several cancellations and flops, but at PAX East, the publisher tried to make amends by announcing DuckTales Remastered, a remake of its NES classic.
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The Unity engine continues it march towards world domination, this time via the next-gen consoles

Unity Technologies built its game development tools for game makers looking to get their games onto Mac back in 2005. Today, the Unity Engine is becoming the development platform of choice for many indie studios, as the tech spreads to new…
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The cost of Columbia? Ken Levine denies rumors of BioShock Infinite’s incredible budget

It's been three years since BioShock Infinite was first announced, and even longer since it went into development as the mysterious "Project Icarus." Just how much did it cost to create Irrational Games alternate history fantasia? $200…
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Quantic Dream will continue its love affair with Sony after ‘Beyond: Two Souls’

Quantic Dream tried its hand at multiplatform game development when it first started out, with weird experiments like Omikron and Indigo Prophecy. As development costs have grown, Quantic's found an ideal partner in Sony. The independent…
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If ‘Torment: Tides of Numenera’ hits $3.5 mil via Kickstarter, it will bring more of the ‘Planescape’ band back together

InXile still have two weeks of funding left to go on its new RPG project, Torment: Tides of Numenera. With $2.9 million funded, it's now trying to his $3.5 million, with the promise of adding Planescape: Torment's lead designer Chris…
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G.I. Joe: Retaliation review: Knowing is half the battle; the other half is explosions

Despite mixed reactions for its 2009 predecessor, G.I. Joe returns to theaters with, G.I. Joe Retaliation, a sequel that improves on the original in big, big ways.
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Gears of War: Judgment survival guide: What’s new and what to do about it

We take a close look at Gears of War: Judgment's campaign and multiplayer modes, with an eye toward giving newcomer players an edge as they take on People Can Fly's fresh take on the Gearsverse.
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Olympus Has Fallen fills the White House with R-rated action

Antoine Fuqua, the director of Training Day, brings blood, bullets, and Gerard Butler to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for an action-packed thriller in Olympus is Down.
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Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate review (Wii U and 3DS): A JRPG that has grown up

Only a few of Capcom's odd Monster Hunter games have crossed the Pacific, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate on Wii U is the finest of them - though the game struggles to live up to its console mirror on 3DS.
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Zynga calls it quits with Facebook, log-in no longer required

You're free to play Zynga games outside of Facebook! Spare your Facebook friends your invites and connect with Zynga players free of Facebook login.
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ZeniMax staffs up for its push towards free-to-play games

To date, ZeniMax has mostly traded in big budget PC and console games, but its new Austin-based Battlecry Studios is staffing up to take on the free-to-play market.