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  • Blog Post: Rise Of Incarnates' Beta Is Now Live

    Rise of Incarnates, Bandai Namco's two on two free-to-play melee shooter, has officially entered beta. In the game, players play as fighters with recently awakened abilities allowing them to use the powers of gods and demons. Some characters transform into super-powered gods and demons, while others... More
  • Blog Post: Irrational Games Offering Free Music Tracks From BioShock Infinite - Burial At Sea

    A collection of three songs from the BioShock Infinite - Burial at Sea DLC espisodes are now available to download from Irrational Games. The three songs, Little Sisters’ Song, The Pie Song, and Old Man Winter Jingle, appear in BioShock Infinite's DLC episodes, but usually in condensed forms... More
  • Blog Post: Download 'In the Pines' Music Track From The Walking Dead Season Two

    Telltale is offering a free download for the song that appears during the end credits of the most recent episode of The Walking Dead. The song, "In the Pines" can be downloaded here . The song was arranged by Telltale composer Jared Emerson-Johnson, with vocals from Janel Drewis, who also works... More
  • Blog Post: The Room 2 Now Available On Android

    Fireproof Games released The Room in 2012, and the clever mobile puzzle game spawned countless clones that failed to live up to the original. Thankfully, the developer managed to hit the bullseye a second time with The Room 2 last December, and now Android users can get in on the fun as well. The Room... More
  • Blog Post: New Pokémon Diancie Revealed For X And Y

    Nintendo revealed a new Pokémon for X and Y today with Diancie, but it's not ready to reveal how to get your hands on it. Diancie is a rare Mythical rock and fairy-type Pokémon that you won't be able to find in the game through normal gameplay. It boasts the "greatest beauty... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Digital Download Or Physical Retail?

    As we move into the new generation of video gaming, the choice between downloading a game and braving the real world to purchase a box is more prevalent than ever. Despite lacking physical components like a disc or a case, downloading a game as opposed to purchasing it from a store (or from an online... More
  • Blog Post: Three Million Downloaded The Crysis 3 Beta

    We're a few days from Crysis 3's release on Tuesday, but next week won't be the first time playing the game for millions of people. In a press release this morning, EA revealed that three million gamers participated in the multiplayer beta. The press release also notes that pre-orders for... More
  • Blog Post: An Exclusive Sneak Peek At The Warhammer 40k Film

    For all of the Warhammer 40,000 fans out there, Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing the CG film Ultramarines on March 5. This clip is from one of the special features, and gives you a sense of the team's approach to this beloved universe. The film will be available on Blu-ray, DVD, and via digital... More
  • Blog Post: Grab Little Inferno's Soundtrack For Free

    Little Inferno's soundtrack, a John Williams inspired collection of songs from Kyle Gabler, is available to download for free. Executive editor Andrew Reiner gave a Little Inferno an 8.5 and said, "The score fits the game perfectly. Crescendos are used to amplify the emotional response to specific... More
  • Blog Post: Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit Exclaims Release

    Are you as excited for this game to release as its own title is to exist? Then get ready for Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit's fall release. Sega's new Action/Platform DLG will be available for download on September 25 for PSN, September 26 on XBLA, and October 3 for PC. The game will set... More
  • Blog Post: Today Marks An Elder Scrolls Anniversary

    Today, many Elder Scrolls fans are anxiously awaiting the release of the fifth installment, Skyrim. But on this day 15 years ago, fans were just getting their hands on the second entry, Daggerfall. According to a tweet from Bethesda's Pete Hines, today is the 15th anniversary of Daggerfall's... More
  • Blog Post: Gatling Gears Now Available On PC

    Gatling Gears proved to be a fun twin stick shooter when it released on XBLA and PSN earlier this year, but why should PC gamers be left out in the cold? Today EA announced that the downloadable action game is now available on PC. Gatling Gears is available for $9.99 from digital retailers. While most... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age 2 Legacy Trailer

    BioWare is giving players a reason to pick back up their copies of Dragon Age 2. The first batch of DLC for the studio’s fantasy Action/RPG comes out later this month, and this trailer might whet your appetite for action. It looks like Legacy will retain the high level of quality storytelling that... More
  • Blog Post: The Skulls of the Shogun Trailer That Shouldn’t Be Missed

    This Skulls of the Shogun trailer has been kicking around online for awhile, but we feel bad for not showing it to you earlier. Please forgive us. Haunted Temple Studio’s Skulls of the Shogun is a strategy game infused with a 1960’s samurai movie vibe. After you wash up on the shores of the... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Sings A Gun Lullaby With New DLC

    People Can Fly and Epic Games’ Bulletstorm just came out, but if you hurry up and finish the game today, you’ll be ready for the game’s newly announced DLC. Actually, Bulletstorm’s Gun Sonata DLC Pack won’t be available until sometime later this spring, so you don’t... More
  • Blog Post: New Album To Feature Music Inspired By Mortal Kombat

    Producer JFK (of MSTRKRFT and Death from Above 1979) has joined forces with WaterTower Music and Teenage Riot Records to bring out Mortal Kombat: Songs Inspired by the Warriors. The songs were done by some prominent electronic musicians including MSTRKRFT, Tokimonsta, Harvard Bass and Congorock. Three... More
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