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‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ stares you down in its first trailer

20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for the upcoming ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ the sequel to 2011’s surprising ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes.’
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Nintendo looks back to move forward with ‘NES Remix’ and ‘Dr. Luigi’

Nintendo Direct offered a lot of reveals today, including a new Dr. Mario-style game starring Luigi, a new Chibi Robot, and a twist on old 8-bit games with t‘NES Remix.’
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Zelda and Dynasty Warriors team up to wreak havoc on Hyrule

In a bizarre gaming mash-up, Nintendo and Tecmo Koei are bring together two very, very different series. Dynasty Warriors meets Zelda, tentatively titled ‘Hyrule Warriors,’ will debut on Wii U in 2014.
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‘GTA Online’ introduces its own, unique interpretation of capture the flag

A new game mode for ‘Grand Theft Auto 5’s’ multiplayer mode ‘GTA Online’ will introduce a new game mode called “Capture.” The mode is a twist on capture the flag, and will be available for free on December 18.
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‘Dota 2’ is finally free of all sign-up restrictions

Valve has finally taken off the restrictions from ‘Dota 2’ on Steam, and the most played game currently available on the platform, is now available to play without any wait.
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The first wave of ID@Xbox games will hit very soon

Indie gaming fans that own an Xbox One can rejoice, as the first wave of games developed under the “ID@Xbox” initiative program will hit the new console early in 2014.
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‘Star Wars: Assault Squadrons’: the space combat sim you have no reason not to try

52 Games, Disney Interactive, and LucasArts have announced the free-to-play online space combat game for PC, ‘Star Wars: Assault Squadron,’ which heads to beta in 2014.
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The Xbox One heads to China

After decades of consoles being prohibited, China is loosening its restrictions, and may allow for the Xbox One to be sold in China – as long as Microsoft is willing to follow certain guidelines.
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UPDATED: A film adaption of ‘Sandman’ gets closer to reality, thanks to Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Actor-turned-director Joseph Gordon-Levitt is in the process of finalizing a deal that would team him up with David Goyer on a Sandman project, but Gordon-Levitt may not stop there.
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Hackers target next-gen consoles

Kaspersky Lab, makers of computer security software for computers, are estimating that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are seeing an average of 34,000 attacks per day.
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Cameron heads to New Zealand to film all three Avatar films at once

The recently confirmed trio of Avatar films will be filmed back-to-back-to-back in New Zealand, and explore more of Pandora and the Na’vi culture, including new life forms.
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‘Game of Thrones’ star joins the Terminator reboot

After a lengthy casting process, Emilia Clarke, best known as Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s 'Game of Thrones' has officially been cast as Sarah Connor in the new Terminator film.