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  • Blog Post: Planetside 2 Earns A World Record For Online Players In An FPS Battle

    The Guinness Book of World Records has certified a new title holder in the first-person shooter genre. Sony Online Entertainment’s Planetside 2 now holds the record for most online players in a single battle. The record was inaugurated by the original Planetside, which then lost it to Man vs. Machine... More
  • Blog Post: CD Projekt RED Answers Fans’ Burning Witcher 3 Questions

    After finally letting press get hands-on with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, CD Projekt RED decided it was time for fans to get a little treat, too. Today it held a Twitch stream to show off 15 minutes of gameplay. Afterwards, the team answered questions from fans. We compiled some interesting takeaways from... More
  • Blog Post: ArenaNet Announces Guild Wars 2's First Expansion, Heart Of Thorns

    Guild Wars 2 is getting its first expansion, Heart of Thorns, and with it comes a large list of new additions. Announced at PAX South and showcased in the trailer below, Heart of Thorns takes place in a jungle and adds a new competitive mode, Guild Halls, new civilizations, new ways to explore (like... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Indigo Prophecy Remastered Listing Points To Imminent Release

    Before Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain (but after Omikron: The Nomad Soul), Quantic Dream created Indigo Prophecy, and it looks like it may be making a return. A teaser site, achillingfeeling.com , has been counting down to something with text that appeared in the game Indigo Prophecy in the background... More
  • Blog Post: The Bard's Tale 4 Announced

    Brian Fargo and InXile Entertainment announced a new chapter to the classic RPG dungeon-crawler series at PAX South today. This single player PC-centric installment won't be a complete throwback-style game like Wasteland 2, and instead The Bard's Tale 4 will attempt to modernize and revitalize... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Unveils Innovative Procedural Platform Grow Home

    Ubisoft Reflections (the team behind the Driver series) has a new game that's very different from its past titles – and it's coming soon. On a post on the Ubi Blog, Anne Lewis writes extensively about the new project, which is being created by an eight-person team within Reflections. Here's... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Offers Windows 10 Upgrade Free To Many Users

    During today's Windows 10 event, Microsoft announced that many existing users of Windows are able to upgrade to the new version of the operating system for no additional fee. The upgrade to Windows 10 is made available to existing users of Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1, as well as those who... More
  • Blog Post: Shadowrun: Hong Kong Reaches First Funding Goal In Under Two Hours

    Developer Harebrained Schemes' Shadowrun: Hong Kong has already reached its first three funding goals. As discussed in our earlier feature covering the development of Shadowrun: Hong Kong , Harebrained Schemes doesn't need Kickstarting funding to complete the next entry in the Shadowrun series... More
  • Blog Post: Grim Fandango Remastered Now Available For Pre-Order

    Grim Fandango Remastered, the update to the classic Lucas Arts point-and-click adventure game, is now available for pre-order. You can can pre-order it for PC on Good Old Games here , or you can go ahead and commit on PlayStation by heading here or by heading here . Below you can check out a video from... More
  • Blog Post: Heroes Of The Storm Enters Closed Beta

    With a patch including a new map, new character, and ranked play, Heroes of the Storm is officially leaving the alpha tag behind to enter closed beta. There's a significant amount of balance tweaks and changes that accompany the rollout as well. Closed beta allows players to battle on the new map... More
  • Blog Post: GTA V PC Delayed Until March, Online Heists Arrive In The ‘Coming Weeks’

    Bad news GTA fans, the PC release has been delayed by approximately two months. The title was originally announced for a launch date of January 27, but will now be arriving in March. “Our apologies for the slight shift in the date but the game requires a few extra weeks of testing and polish to... More
  • Blog Post: This Is What Half-Life 2's Combine Invasion May Have Looked Like In Its Early Stages

    By the time Half-Life 2 begins, the Combine invasion is well on its way. This video imagines what the invasion might have looked like in its early stages. Buildings are still intact, it's bright and sunny, and crates of ammo and explosive red barrels are intermittently placed instead of showing up... More
  • Blog Post: Teens Surprised To Learn They Are Bread In I Am Bread

    The Fine Bros. React YouTube channel usually places youngsters in front of classic games for comedic effect, but the latest episode places teens in front of the bizarre I am Bread. Still for comedic effect though. I am Bread comes the folks behind Surgeon Simulator, and much like that game, part of its... More
  • Blog Post: Bastion Sales Exceed 3 Million, Transistor Sales Pass 600,000

    Supergiant Games has announced some impressive sales numbers for its pair of games. Bastion released in 2011 ( you can read our review here ) starting on Xbox 360, but has moved onto a number of other platforms ( including a release on Vita, soon ) and has sold more than 3 million copies. Transistor... More
  • Blog Post: Modders Place Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes In The First-Person

    Metal Gear Solid has always flirted with first-person controls. You've been able to enter the first-person to fire your weapon since Metal Gear Solid 2, and there was even the weird Metal Gear Solid 4 trailer that teased the game being first-person in its opening minutes . To actually play a whole... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Ball Xenoverse Gets Small Delay

    Dragon Ball Z's current-gen debut is going to take a little longer to release, but only a few days. Originally set for release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on February 17, the game will now now be available on February 24 – an extra day of waiting commemorating every... More
  • Blog Post: Ninja Theory’s Hellblade Coming To PC In Addition To PlayStation 4

    At Gamescom 2014, Ninja Theory announced a new title called Hellblade for PlayStation 4. At the time, no other platforms were mentioned. The studio has announced that its adding one more to its planning. The title will be coming to PC, according to PC Gamer . Ninja Theory says it will be “future... More
  • Blog Post: Hotline Miami And Talos Principle Publisher Devolver Digital Pursuing Seaman License

    Devolver Digital, publisher of games like Hotline Miami, The Talos Principle, and others, is making an effort to acquire the Seaman license from Sega. Whether or not Devolver Digital can actually get it remains to be seen, but the company's CFO, Fork Parker, has taken to twitter to try and court... More
  • Blog Post: Throwing Knife Surgeon Kills 24 In Two Minutes In Far Cry 4

    YouTube user Frank Zappa (who is probably not the famous musician, though I haven't confirmed) is a pro with Far Cry 4's throwing knife, and proves it by rampaging through De Pleur's fortress without alerting a single soldier. It's an impressive display, even if you haven't been playing... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Are you Most Looking Forward To In 2015?

    Is it a specific game? Consistent online connectivity? More Sequels? More innovative titles? After the last few days, more consistent online connectivity is certainly high on my list, but I am also looking forward to more innovative games – the kind of games that will sneak up on me and surprise... More
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