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Rainbow Six Siege told to stand down, release delayed to December 1

Rainbow Six fans have been waiting for seven years for the next entry in the series, and now they'll have to wait just a little longer, as the planned October release for Rainbow Six Siege has been delayed to December.

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Fig is like Kickstarter for game development, with an extra focus on actual investors

Kickstarter has allowed plenty of great games to actually get made, but its broad scope makes it a less than perfect platform for funding a game. New crowdfunding platform Fig focuses strictly on games and treats backers as investors.

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Razer and Intel are working together on a RealSense-enabled 3D camera

Razer and Intel are collaborating on a 3D-sensing camera for consumer-end VR and gaming computers.. The device should make it possible to dodge enemy attacks in a fighting game by physically moving around.

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Sony, Microsoft publishing Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 in Japan

Sony and Microsoft confirmed that they will publish Japanese versions of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, taking over regional publishing duties from Activision. The game features voice acting from Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, and Ron Perlman.

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Rock Band 4 nabs Van Halen, PS4-exclusive pre-order tracks

Harmonix announced that rock group Van Halen will headline its upcoming band simulation game Rock Band 4 with a playable version of its hit song Panama. Rock Band 4 will launch October 6, featuring playable guitar, percussion, and vocal tracks.

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World record Spelunky speedrun clocks in at under four minutes

Infamously difficult indie platformer Spelunky has been thoroughly defeated in a new world record speedrun that clears its Hell world in under four minutes, and beating the previous world record by eight seconds.

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Make bad decisions in this Until Dawn interactive trailer

Until Dawn is just a week away, and Sony has enlisted the help of MoFilm to create a live-action, interactive trailer inspired by the "emotional experience" of the game. Will our hero survive? Probably not.

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Halo on the PC? Here's how to do it, with Game Streaming in Windows 10

Want to play Xbox One games while someone else is hogging the TV? Now you can, if you have a Windows 10 PC. Here's how to set up and optimize Game Streaming.

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Activision ditches the plastic for free-to-play Skylanders Battlecast

Activision is ditching the plastic with Skylanders Battlecast, a free-to-play card game that makes use of both digital purchases and physical cards. The game is scheduled to launch next year.

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Runic Games teases its next game, Hob, and it’s a major departure from Torchlight

Torchlight developer Runic Games has announced its latest game, Hob, which will be shown at PAX. It's hard to tell what it is so far, but it's clear that the new adventure game doesn't have much in common with Torchlight.

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Games with SafeDisc or Securom DRM won’t run on Windows 10

SafeDisc or Securom DRM, which is installed on hundreds of old disc-based games, are a no-go on Windows 10. Users can't run on these games on the newly updated OS without running through complex workarounds.

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Remastered Dreamcast RPG Grandia 2 coming to Steam this month

Game Arts' classic JRPG Grandia 2 is coming to Steam later this month with updated graphics and new features aimed at veteran players.

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3DS game pulled from eShop after discovery of homebrew exploit

Nintendo is removing 3DS games from the eShop in an attempt to address recently discovered exploits enabling support for unlicensed homebrew software. This is Nintendo's latest attempt to quell the spread of homebrew software on the 3DS.

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Buried Treasure: Lost Mario Kart game unearthed on a Game Boy Advance cartridge

Footage from an unreleased sequel in Nintendo's long-running Mario Kart series has surfaced, fueling fan speculation regarding the cancelled project.

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Linux issues kill Steam Machine sleep function

An issue with how Linux handles input devices has made it near-impossible for Valve to implement a sleep function for its Steam Machines, so they'll ship without it.

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