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Forget the Steam Box, meet Valve’s ‘Steam Machines’

Following the debut of the SteamOS, in the second of three planned announcements this week Valve has announced a line of Steam-friendly devices designed for the living room.
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Mounting evidence points to ‘GTA Online’ selling in-game cash via microtransactions

Evidence from Rockstar Games' website coupled with an anonymous report from an alleged beta participant suggests that GTA Online, the multiplayer component of Grand Theft Auto V, will sell in-game cash via microtransactions.
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Electronic Arts executives play musical chairs to the tune of a new CEO

A leaked internal memo from new Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson outlines a number of changed job responsibilities in the publisher's executive pool. The memo also suggests that the company's top-level hierarchy is being adjusted.
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Where do the stars of ‘GTA V’ rank among pop culture’s great anti-heroes?

‘Grand Theft Auto V’ has made a predictably loud impact on the pop culture economy with its gangbusters release. Can it make a similar impact on pop culture?
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LucasFilms’ new mo-cap technology would have made ‘Star Wars 1313’ awesome

A proof-of-concept package for the now-cancelled LucasArts game 'Star Wars 1313' shows of new tech from Lucasfilm that allows for motion capture to be done in real time.
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Secrets and cheats for ‘Grand Theft Auto 5’

'Grand Theft Auto V' is nothing short of ambitious and expansive, but where are those beloved cheat codes we all know and love? Here are some of the latest cheats, tips and tricks for the blockbuster title so you can live life in Los Santos…
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‘Grand Theft Auto V’ three-volume soundtrack available now

Rockstar Games releases a three-volume soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto V, compiling new music featured in the game, a mix of the dynamic score from DJ Shadow, and a selection of tracks from the in-game radio.
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Exploring ‘Myst’ and its roots as we celebrate the game’s 20th anniversary

Digital Trends chats with Myst co-creator and Cyan co-founder Robyn Miller about the game's legacy on the eve of his post-mortem talk at the 2013 Game Developer's Conference.
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Despite exceedingly poor Xbox 360 sales in Japan, Microsoft likes its chances

Even after several major retailers in Japan decided to stop carrying the Xbox 360 altogether, Microsoft claims its sales were actually deceptively strong as it prepares for the Xbox One
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‘Warcraft’ casting rumors: Colin Farrell, Anton Yelchin, and more

Duncan Jones is set to start shooting his World of Warcraft movie adaptation in January 2014, and now we've got word on a number of actors who are either in discussions or being sought for lead roles in the 2015 film.
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‘The Last Guardian’ sits quietly in a corner, waiting to be reintroduced

Sony Worldwide Studios' Shuhei Yoshida confirms that The Last Guardian continues to exist under Fumito Ueda's watchful eye. He adds that the ongoing delay relates to Sony's desire to find the right time to "reintroduce" the game.
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Sony considers bringing all its PlayStation games to any connected device

In a recent interview with SCE Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida, Sony’s vision of one day allowing any one to stream PlayStation games, regardless of who makes the hardware, was spelled out.