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Computing

Asus outs a trio of new Core i7 and Nvidia-based gaming PCs

At Computex 2014, Asus lifted the curtain on a trio of new gaming computers which will be launching sometime during the third quarter of this year.
Gaming

Tap and slide your way through 26 years of music in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Square-Enix has announced a sequel to their Final Fantasy musical retrospective game for the 3DS, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call, scheduled for release on September 16.
Gaming

Wii U update brings GamePad Quick Start

A newly-released system update to Nintendo's Wii U brings, among other features, a brand new Quick Start menu for the GamePad controller.
Gaming

PlayStation Portable to cease distribution in Japan and Europe

After cutting off shipments to the US in January, Sony has now announced that the PlayStation Portable will cease Japanese distribution later this month and European later this year.
Gaming

Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age teams up to slay creatures of myth

Crytek announces Hunt: Horrors of the Gilded Age, a third-person action game in which four players team up to take on creatures of folklore and myth.
Gaming

Batman: Arkham Knight slips to 2015, turns Batmobile into a tank

Rocksteady Studios confirms that Batman: Arkham Knight won't be out until 2015. The team also reveals that the game's Batmobile can transform into a tank. You've got to take the bad with the good.
Gaming

Preview: In the conquered America of Homefront: The Revolution, safety is a luxury

A first look at Crytek Nottingham's intended approach for Homefront: The Revolution, which tasks players with igniting a revolt against Korean occupiers in the near-future open world of Philadelphia.
Movies & TV

Ben Foster reveals his Warcraft movie character

Lone Survivor actor Ben Foster reveals who he'll be playing in Duncan Jones' upcoming, live-action Warcraft movie based on the popular game franchise.
Gaming

BioShock vets developing time-travelling narrative game, The Black Glove

Former Irrational developers have formed Day for Night Games and announced their first project: The Black Glove, a time-travelling narrative game that will hit Kickstarter next month.
Gaming

EA reaches preliminary settlement with exploited NCAA players

EA Sports has reached a tentative settlement with the college athletes who filed suit against EA and the NCAA for illegally profiting from the players' likenesses without compensation.
Gaming

Every Street United leads Xbox Entertainment Studio’s offerings on June 15

Microsoft announced Destination Brazil, making your Xbox into a hub for this summer's upcoming World Cup, including "Every Street United" the first series from Xbox Entertainment Studios.
Gaming

Start your engines and turn up the stereo for Forza Horizon 2

Mario Kart a little silly for your taste? Microsoft has announced the next installment of their flagship racing franchise, Forza Horizon 2, coming to Xbox One and 360 this fall.