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Dec 01 2015 08:40 AM
The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing Out Today With Significant Paid DLC
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Nintendo’s New Account System Live In Japan
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Latest Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice Teaser Unmasks The Bat
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WB Montreal Is Making Two DC Universe Games
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PSA: Today’s Your Last Chance For November Games With Gold, PS Plus
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Report: Platinum-Developed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Game Coming
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To The Moon Gets DLC...Sort Of
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Reader Discussion – What Games Do You Need To Squeeze In Before 2015 Ends?
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Ed Boon Teases Game Awards Reveal For More Mortal Kombat X DLC
Nov 30 2015 05:05 PM
Hardcore Is A Full Length Movie That Looks Like A First-Person Shooter
on November 04, 2014 at 07:00 PM
Similar to this YouTube video from the same director, Hardcore is a Sci-Fi action movie shot entirely from a first-person perspective using a special camera rig. Even though it was all obviously shot in the real world, many of these scenes look like they could have been pulled directly from Call of Duty...
Explore Sunken Ships With Oculus Rift In World Of Diving
on June 14, 2013 at 12:30 PM
The Oculus Rift is shaping up to be a great piece of hardware. During E3, it transported us into a stunningly real land of lava and demons. But if Vertigo Games' new project is funded, we may just find ourselves at the bottom of the ocean. Richard Stitselaar, creative director at Dutch developer...
Explore A David Lynch Inspired Forest In Darkwood
on May 28, 2013 at 08:41 PM
Darkwood is a David Lynch inspired, self-described, "top-down, old-school, sandbox survival horror [game] set in a procedurally generated, open world." The game is currently accepting investors on IndieGogo.com . The game is just over $5,000 short of its $40,000 goal. The game is being built...
Five DLC Characters Funded For Skullgirls
on March 28, 2013 at 06:24 PM
The Indiegogo fundraiser for Skullgirls saw an end this week with $829,829, crushing its goal of $150,000. The money helped fund the development of characters Squigly, Big Band, Robo Fortune and two mystery characters. Each of the characters will be getting a new storyline and stage. For a limited time...
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