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Tonight is video-game awards night! The Game Awards 2014, an event to celebrate the gaming industry, will be premiering at the AXIS theatre in Las Vegas tonight. The event features a performance by Imagine Dragons and includes over a dozen other video-game world premieres, according to Geoff Keighley, the show’s producer. If you reside in Las […]

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Blizzard cancels “Titan” “World of Warcraft” developers Blizzard made the difficult decision to cancel production of their next-generation massively-multiplayer online game, “Titan.” Presumed to be in development for years, Blizzard confirmed the actual existence and title of the game in 2010. The science-fiction MMO was to take place on a world like Earth after successfully fighting […]

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Call of Duty reveals juicy story details, teases multiplayer premiere Activision released a new trailer this week that brings to light the campaign details of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. The plot is set in motion by “the first global terrorist attack in history” when the country enlists a private military company, Atlas. Atlas holds […]

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Blow everything up in Sunset City Information on Insomniac Games’s Xbox One-exclusive “Sunset Overdrive” was made available this week via the official Xbox YouTube channel. The game focuses heavily on movement and traversal of Sunset City while the player blows up zombie-like enemies in the most bombastic ways possible. Wallrunning, grinding on wires and rails […]

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Joel and Ellie are bridging generations “The Last of Us Remastered” was revealed to be heading to PlayStation 4 this summer in a post on the European PlayStation Blog this week. The package will include all previously-released downloadable content including multiplayer and single-player content, commentary tracks from the cast and developers and upgraded graphics with […]

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Plumbers, mushrooms and dinosaurs race again A new trailer for “Mario Kart 8” was released yesterday. The game, which is a Wii U exclusive, sees players racing one another throughout the Mushroom Kingdom with new items and vehicles.The game looks gorgeous running on the Wii U.It will be released May 30. San Andreas and Blaine […]

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Virtual reality coming to PlayStation 4 Sony revealed Project Morpheus, their proprietary virtual-reality headset, at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week. The headset, which is now seemingly the only competitor to the Oculus Rift in virtual-reality hardware, is still in the prototype phase and will allow PlayStation 4 owners to become […]

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Leaked “Watch Dogs” trailer and release date A story trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming open-world game “Watch Dogs” was found by NeoGaf user ekim, and is now up for public viewing on Ubisoft’s official YouTube page. The trailer reveals the release date of the game to be May 27 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, […]

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“The Stick of Truth” censored IGN UK has reported that Obsidian Entertainment’s newest game, “South Park: The Stick of Truth,” will be partially censored in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The portions removed include anal-probe sequences and two abortion sequences. These scenes will be replaced by an image background and a description text selected […]

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Test out a Titan this month Sign-ups for the public beta test of Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming first-person shooter “Titanfall” opened Tuesday night. Those interested can click the link above and choose whether to participate in the Xbox One or PC test, which will occur today through Tuesday. The game, developed by co-creators of the “Call […]