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Bungie Is Looking For As Many Beta Testers As Possible For ‘Destiny’

Bungie Is Looking For As Many Beta Testers As Possible For ‘Destiny’ Over the past several years game makers have been trying to take on a greater share of the multiplayer load by hosting the game’s servers and controlling everything about the game from their end. Unfortunately, many developers soon find out after a game’s release that they’re not ready to...
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Titanfall Will Not Being Coming To PlayStation. At All.

Titanfall Will Not Being Coming To PlayStation. At All. One of the big games coming out for the Xbox One in the next few months is an EA title by the name of Titanfall. At the time it was announced it was being billed as a Microsoft exclusive, set to come out in the launch window of the Xbox One. However, for a time it wasn’t known if it was going to be a...
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Xbox One Color-Codes Achievements

Xbox One Color-Codes Achievements The Xbox One launch is moving steadily closer, and while we’ve learned most of the important details about the upcoming console, there are little ones coming out of the woodwork. Today we’ve learned something new, regarding the way the Xbox One displays achievements during multiplayer game...
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Titanfall Makes Landfall In March

Titanfall Makes Landfall In March One of the coolest looking games we saw this past year wasTitanfall. Developed by Respawn Entertainment (who was founded by Jason West and Vince Zampella of Infinity Ward fame), the game takes place in the future where gamers can fight in titans, big mechs that deal out a lot of damage and take a bunch of...
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Use Of Real Name At Xbox One Launch Has Been Postponed

Use Of Real Name At Xbox One Launch Has Been Postponed Love it or hate it, the fact it many web services are pushing people to use their real names. It’s been a growing trend for years, and both Microsoft and Sony are letting players on the new Xbox One and PS4 use their real names instead of their account names if they want to. Of course, it isn’t...
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Microsoft Offering Free Xbox One Dedicated Servers To Developers

Microsoft Offering Free Xbox One Dedicated Servers To Developers When it comes to multiplayer games it really is best to have a dedicated server out there. After all, they tend to be a lot beefier than the kind of machines a lot of gamers have, with a stable internet connection, and there’s even the fact that there’s no host advantage to speak of as all the...
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Watch Dogs Delayed To Spring 2014

Watch Dogs Delayed To Spring 2014 When Watch Dogs was first announced back at E3 2012, the gaming world stood up and took notice. After all, it was quite a bit different than anything we have seen before, and needless to say everybody was excited. It was supposed to be a release-day title for the Xbox One and PS4, but unfortunately things...
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Xbox One, PC Cross-Play “Makes A Lot Of Sense”

Xbox One, PC Cross-Play “Makes A Lot Of Sense” When it comes to video games each system is fundamentally locked down. Xbox 360 owners can only play with other 360 owners, PS3 folks can only play with other PS3 folks, and PC aficionados can only play with other PCs. Every so often, though, you’ll see a game try to break that trend and bridge the...
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