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Watch Dogs’ World Is Open From The Start

Watch Dogs’ World Is Open From The Start Sometimes when you get an open-world sandbox-type of game you’re actually restricted a bit in where you can go, at least at first. The idea of placing such restrictions is to make sure that a player actually plays through the story a bit in order to see everything the game has to offer. Jonathan...
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Valve’s Third Announcement: The Steam Controller

Valve’s Third Announcement: The Steam Controller Normally, the announcement of a new controller isn’t any big deal. After all, they’re all the same thing, right? Two joystick, maybe a D-pad, roughly 4-6 buttons and a couple triggers? Well, with Valve, nothing is sacrosanct, including this tried-and-true design as they revealed their latest...
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Valve’s Second Big Announcement This Week: Steam Machines

Valve’s Second Big Announcement This Week: Steam Machines On Monday Valve announced that in their bid to bring PC gaming into the living room they were going to be releasing a new Linux-based OS, simply called SteamOS. While a new OS is great, fact is a lot of folks aren’t going to be going out of their way to install a new OS just for their games. So...
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Valve Announces New SteamOS

Valve Announces New SteamOS If you’re a PC gamer, chances are you’re using a Windows operating system. After all, the vast majority of PCs in the world use Windows, and most, if not all games are designed with Windows in mind. Your only other options are Mac and Linux, and quite frankly, neither are very good for gaming...
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Diablo III Auction Houses To Close Next March

Diablo III Auction Houses To Close Next March When Blizzard announced that they were adding an auction house to Diablo III, it might not have seemed to be a huge deal at the time. Once the game went live, however, many people became critical of the auction house, especially the real money auction house, when it became apparent that many folks could...
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Battlefield 4’s Open Beta Goes Live Oct. 1st

We’re starting to get to the part of the year where we see the biggest games of the year are launched. Call of Duty, Assassin’s Creed, and Battlefield are all franchises that tend to be released around the holiday season, and with the arrival of the PS4 and Xbox One coming in November, this year...
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Valve Adds Game Sharing To Steam

Valve Adds Game Sharing To Steam While computer games are in general one of the best ways to game on, it’s still got its own problems. The biggest one is the fact that PCs are essentially a locked system, since just about every game out there uses CD keys to discourage piracy and thus the games can’t be traded from system to...
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Infinity Ward Unveils New Call of Duty: Ghosts Single Player Trailer

Infinity Ward Unveils New Call of Duty: Ghosts Single Player Trailer Despite the fact that for many people the main draw to the Call of Duty games is the multiplayer, the single player campaign mode still has a big place in the game. Ghosts is no different, and in the trailer for the single player campaign you almost get a feeling that things might be different from the...
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