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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Xbox-360’

Take A Look Inside The Development Of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

Square Enix, like a lot of Japanese game developers, are incredibly protective of their development secrets. They rarely let anybody look at the development process and are rather stingy over the smallest of things. That’s why it’s kind of a shock that Square Enix finally let somebody into its offices for an unprecedented look at how it develops games. As …

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Check Out This Short Film Based On Borderlands 2’s Latest DLC

Borderlands 2 is getting some quality content later this year, but its latest DLC – Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep – is nothing to scoff at. In fact, the story of the vault hunters playing a game of Bunkers and Badasses with Tiny Tina as the DM seems to have really resonated with gamers. So much so that Gearbox …

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Surprise: The Xbox One Mic Will Have Superior Audio Quality

Microsoft hit upon a stroke of genius when it included a mic with every premium Xbox 360 sold in 2005 and 2006. It ensured that nearly everybody in an online match could talk to one another thus fostering a better sense of community. Now it’s doing the same with the Xbox One, but the mic has gone through some improvements. …

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Rayman Legends Gets A Launch Trailer

Wii U owners – your suffering is almost at an end. After Ubisoft delayed Rayman Legends from its original late February release date, you’ve had to wait almost six months to get your platforming action on. Now the title is almost upon us, and more gamers than ever will get to experience what is shaping up to be the best …

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Borderlands 2 Game Of The Year Edition Announced, Launches October 8

Borderlands 2 was easily game of the year for many gamers around the world last year. The co-op shooter took the tight gameplay from the original and injected a lot more personality into it. It’s received plenty of support this year in the form of DLC packs, and now all of those DLC expansions will be included with the base …

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Square Enix’s “Murdered: Soul Suspect” Looks Damn Intriguing

With the gaming industry becoming a land of modern combat sequels, it’s nice to see an industry leader continue to explore new characters and storylines not connected to previous games from their stable. Granted, not every video game developer is focusing on their next big sequel; and, to be sure, not every new chapter of an established property dooms the …

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Need For Speed: Rivals Brings Playable Cops To The Party

When Need For Speed: Rivals launches, it will be another step with EA commitment to crossing over the single and multiplayer experiences with their AllDrive feature that promises “seamless” integration between the two styles of gameplay. Whatever your opinion on a game that essentially forces you to play multiplayer, there is reason for excitement concerning the next Need For Speed …

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Saints Row IV Dev Diary Talks About The Return Of Johnny Gat

In July, Volition surprised everybody with the announcement that Johnny Gat would be back in Saints Row IV after he presumably died in the previous game. There was no explanation for his return at the time, and you’ll just have to play the game to find out how Gat made it back into the land of the living. In the …

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Splinter Cell Blacklist Gets A Launch Trailer

It seems that the year end rush of AAA titles keeps on starting earlier and earlier. Just five years ago, games like Splinter Cell Blacklist would be released in October or November. Now these games are coming out in August and Ubisoft has the unenviable position of advertising a game like Splinter Cell Blacklist while also reminding gamers that it …

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Grand Theft Auto Online Launches October 1, Free With Every Copy Of GTAV

At the end of the first Grand Theft Auto V gameplay trailer, Rockstar teased us with a short look at the game’s multiplayer. At the time, most just assumed that it would be similar to Grand Theft Auto IV’s traditional multiplayer. That’s not entirely the case as Rockstar has something much more ambitious in mind with its latest open world …

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Assassin’s Creed IV Director Shows Off The Title’s Stealth Gameplay

The Assassin’s Creed series is beautiful in that it allows players to tackle assassinations in any way they see fit. That being said, a lot of players opt to just go in with guns blazing instead of taking the stealthier approach. Ubisoft has played up the more bombastic elements of the series at recent press events, but stealth fans will …

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Payday 2 Release Comes With An Impressive Launch Trailer

Overkill Games’ co-op first-person shooter opus is in stores now (digital and tangible), and to celebrate the occasion, the release of Payday 2 also features an impressive, cinematic-style trailer that gives players an idea of what’s in store for them. Granted, the game won’t be presented in such fashion, but you get the gist. While it may not be enjoying

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