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South Park: The Stick Of Truth Gets A New Gameplay Trailer At VGX

South Park: The Stick of Truth was supposed to be out in stores by now as evidenced by the TV series airing its Black Friday trilogy as a tie-in. It didn’t make its original launch date of December 10, however, and is now scheduled to launch in early 2014. To make up for it, Ubisoft has released a new trailer …

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Gets A New Trailer At VGX

This year’s VGX awards show featured a lot less new titles and a lot more trailers for previously announced games. While that certainly led to more than a few complaints, it was nice to get a new look at some of 2014’s most promising titles. One such promising title is The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – the final game in …

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No Man’s Sky Was The Biggest Surprise At VGX

To many, this year’s VGX was a disappointment on many levels. For some, it was a lack of respect for gamers and the medium. For others, it was a lack of new game reveals. The former will hopefully be fixed next year, but the latter got some help in the form of a new game from Hello Games. On Saturday …

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Here’s How Character Progression Works In The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls franchise has always had a unique take on character progression where player abilities leveled up with use. This system has been in use all the way up through the latest game – Skyrim – but some fans may be concerned that Zenimax Online would take a different approach with the franchise’s first foray into MMOs. In the …

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Minecraft Can Now Be Played In School

Move over, Oregon Trail. Minecraft, the popular sandbox game where players build worlds out of 3D boxes, is being used for the first time in an elementary school in Davie, Florida. The game, which has no real end and no way to lose, allows students to use their imagination to build and explore their own worlds. Matt Munro, a computer …

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Mad Max Gameplay Footage Leaks Out Of Russian Event

At E3 in June, Sony revealed that the guys at Avalanche Studios – the developers behind Just Cause 2 – were working on a Mad Max game for current and next gen consoles. The very concept of an open-world Mad Max game with the destruction of Just Cause 2 was cause for celebration, but we didn’t actually get to see …

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Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 Dev Diary Discusses Dracula’s Origins

Gamers increasingly want to know what’s going on behind the scenes of their favorite games. While the development diary may have once been on an extra disc for a special edition, publishers are now releasing them before the game comes out to drum up excitement. Now Konami is jumping on the dev diary bandwagon for its latest Castlevania title. Konami …

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Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 Gets A Halloween Trailer

The wonderful thing about gaming is that there are plenty of appropriate games to play during each major holiday. For Independence Day, we have 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. For Christmas, we have Home Alone for the SNES. For Halloween, take your pick of any Castlevania title. If you don’t have a Castlevania title for today, maybe a trailer …

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Nvidia Shows Off Shield’s ‘Play Anywhere’ Capability

While the gaming world readies itself for the upcoming next-gen gaming console war, there’s another, less-discussed fight for aimed at PC gamers brewing. If you follow the gaming industry, you’ve already heard of Valve’s upcoming line of Steam Boxes, but they are not the only PC gaming giant targeting the “stream your PC games to other devices” market. Chief among …

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Single Player Story For Battlefield 4 Gets A Trailer, Too

Believe it or not, modern combat-based first-person shooters still have single player stories and gameplay options available. Well, at least these developer houses play lip service to the option, with varying results. In fact, one of the bigger criticisms about Battlefield 3 focuses on the solo offering. Basically, the online play was great, the single player option a little less …

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Here’s 17 Minutes Of Batman: Arkham Origins Gameplay

Batman: Arkham Origins has a lot of fans anxious as it’s the first game in the franchise not made by Rocksteady. The new developers at Warner Bros. Montreal assure us that they’re doing everything to make this prequel game just as good as Rocksteady’s previous efforts, but it’s hard to believe those kind of statements without actual gameplay footage to …

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Lenovo Announces Its First Android Convertible Laptop

It’s been rumored for a while now that Google would some day introduce a line of Chromebooks that run on Android. That rumor hasn’t materialized yet, but more PC OEMs are now getting in the business of creating Android tablets that double as laptops. Lenovo announced the A10 today, a convertible that functions as both a 10-inch tablet and a …

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