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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Review: Closing the book on Team Ninja’s darkest chapter

Ninja Gaiden 2 set Team Ninja down a dark path, but the studio has been slowly building itself back up. Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus marks its second attempt to fix that game, and while many of its refinements are welcome, director Yosuke…
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New The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch lets your character become a digital god

Bethesda is done holding you pack. If you want to keep honing your dragon slaying skills forever and ever, it's not going to stop you. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim patch 1.9, available in beta testing on Steam, introduces Legendary Skills to…
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A closer look at the science behind Fuse (including how many scientists were accidentally set on fire)

As Electronic Arts and Insomniac Game’s four-person co-op shooter nears release, we have a closer look at some of the stats that hint at the tone and humor of the near future world.
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Creative Assembly’s ‘Alien’ emerges, showing that Sega will hold onto the troubled franchise

In the seven years since Sega took control of the Aliens franchise, the publisher has had some trouble. Just look at the troubled Aliens: Colonial Marines. It's not done with the series yet, though, as Total War developer Creative…
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Respawn Entertainment loses Jason West, co-creator of Call of Duty

It's been almost a year since Jason West and Vincent Zampella settled their feud with former employers Activision. The duo's new studio Respawn Entertainment is expected to finally reveal its brand new original game developer for Electronic…
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Xbox Live continues it plans of total entertainment dominance, as it debuts its first exclusive film, Pulp

Microsoft expands its content offering today with the first movie to debut exclusively on Xbox Live, the British indie comedy about a comic book store owner with big dreams that are derailed by a crime, Pulp.
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Crytek explains why Crysis 3 on the Wii U had to die

While it's brought a handful of games to the console, Nintendo Wii U owners could do with a heartier selection of games from EA's 2013 line up. Unlike Dead Space 3 and others, Crytek's Crysis 3 was actually up and running on Wii U at one…
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Preview: Assassin’s Creed IV hoists a Black Flag in an open-world Caribbean

Rather than return to colonial America, Ubisoft is jumping to yet another time period for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, and putting you in the boots of Connor’s early 18th century grandpa, an assassin pirate on the Caribbean seas.
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Sony continues its fire sale to fatten the PS4 warchest, and next on the block is the mobile gaming empire DeNA

With weeks to go before the close of the fiscal year, Sony is having a veritable fire sale of its holdings. Now it's selling its significant stake in DeNA, one of mobile gaming's brightest stars, raising cash to bolster the losing…
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Hands on with Gears of War: Judgment’s surprising epilogue campaign and new Horde-like Survival mode

We take a peek at the newly revealed Aftermath epilogue campaign and class-based, Horde-like Survival mode in Gears of War: Judgment, from Epic Games and People Can Fly.
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‘God Of War’ director talks prequels, sequels, and Kratos’ bloody backstory

We spoke with God of War’s creative director, Todd Papy, about the upcoming God of War: Ascension, the decision to explore Kratos’ past rather than his future, and what happens next for the character of Kratos.
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Jetsetter: Call of Duty Black Ops 2 DLC causing headaches for international players

This week in Jetsetter, we travel from east from Japan, stopping in Canada then moving onto the United Kingdom, making a pitstop in Poland, and finally coming to rest in India. Ubisoft promotes from within, Tecmo Koei closes a long standing…