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Gamed: Everything you need to know about the Xbox One

This week in Gamed we look back at the Xbox One, including what you need to know. We also look at a possible ‘Game of Thrones’ game, a UK only PS4 bundle, and the fate of Crash Bandicoot.
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Nobody freak out, but some Xbox One users are reporting issues

As with every new hardware release, there are unfortunate purchasers reporting issues with their new Microsoft Xbox One. Thankfully, so far the number remains low, and within acceptable rates of failure.
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Scenes from the Xbox One’s NYC launch

Check out some scenes from Microsoft's Xbox One launch event in New York City's Times Square on the night leading into the console launch.
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id Software co-founder John Carmack resigns

John Carmack, the man behind some of the most important technological breakthroughs in the history of gaming, has left id Software, the company he helped to found.
Game Review

Forza Motorsport 5 Review

Forza Motorsport 5 review.
Gaming

2.3 million people are waiting for PS4s at GameStop alone

Sony’s PlayStation 4 moved over 1 million consoles in North America at launch, but GameStop claims there are still 2.3 million people waiting to get their hands on a system at its stores.
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Get the most out of your Xbox One with these tips

Here are a few tips and tricks to help get you used to navigating the dashboard and new interface introduced with Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console.
Gaming

‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ manages to improve on the original

‘Catching Fire,’ part two of The Hunger Games film series, leaves the series in a much stronger position than the first film, as it heads into the third and fourth films.
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‘Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare’ brings sandbox gameplay in the most literal sense

We slaughter a whole lot of plants and a whole lot of zombies in our first hands-on session with the Xbox One version of PopCap Games' Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.
Game Review

Ryse: Son of Rome Review

Ryse: Son of Rome review.
Gaming

The NCAA isn’t done with EA yet, at least not legally

Although Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company settled their outstanding lawsuits with current and former student athletes, the NCAA has now sued EA and the CLC for breach of contractual obligations.