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Meet The 2DS: Nintendo Serves Up Dual Screens, Hold The 3D

There may be a console war on, but Nintendo is pretty much the undisputed champ of the handheld gaming arena at the moment. As long as you ignore casual gaming, that is. Gaming for iOS and Android have come a long way from the original monochromatic Gameboy, but there’s something about dedicated handheld gaming hardware […]

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Batman: Arkham Origins Full Trailer, Deathstroke As Playable DLC, And Game’s Main Villain

Last week saw the release of a teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins that lightly bruised you with an intense fight between Batman and Deathstroke the Terminator, a new character to the video game franchise from DC Comics. Today’s full trailer puts you in traction with a vicariously painful fight between the two characters, along with […]

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Teaser Trailer For Batman: Arkham Origins Kicks You In The Face

The game isn’t set to come out until October 25, but Batman: Arkham Origins has been pumping the gaming community full of adrenalin for months with teases about new characters and storylines. Today is no different. Warner Bros. Games Montreal has released a 41-second teaser trailer for the game that highlights one of those new […]

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DC Comics Comes To The Scribblenauts Universe

Warner Bros. Interactive has teamed up with video game company 5TH Cell to create Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure, where you get to control the main character Maxwell as he goes on adventures with iconic heroes. As with other Scribblenauts games, you use your magic notebook to summon objects by writing their names out, […]

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Unused Concept Art (Hint: It’s Mostly Terrible) And Dicey DLC

Yikes. Injustice: Gods Among Us, the Justice League video game that gives you the chance to pit your favorite heroes against each other in surprisingly brutal battles, continues to set itself up for pounding after pounding by the public. First, there are the dicier story elements of the NetherRealm Studios and DC Comics collaboration. Avoid […]

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Eight Awesome Minecraft Videos To Kill Time To

We here at Techcitement Towers love Minecraft. If we ever want to destroy a weekend, we set out to build a geodesic dome out of multicolored wool. We dig trenches that spell out our sweetheart’s name or dynamite holes to the center of the planet. What is this Minecraft of which you speak? It sounds […]

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Capcom Releases Trailer For DuckTales Remastered; Woo-oo!

The show may have lasted only four seasons, but DuckTales firmly entrenched itself into the American subconscious during its short run from 1987 to 1990. Disney’s after school show featured the globe-trotting adventures of Uncle Scrooge, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, Scrooge’s pilot Launchpad McQuack (who later starred in the other Disney favorite Darkwing Duck), the […]

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SXSW 2013: The Highlights

South by Southwest lasts 10 days during the month of March. The festival takes place in Austin, TX. SXSW is broken up into three sections: Interactive, Film, and Music. Throughout the festival, many innovations come to light and old ideas are reinvented. Most days’ events begin with panels at 9:30 or 11 AM and end […]

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SXSW: Women In The Games Industry Are Not Unicorns

While moderating the SXSW panel on Women in the Video game industry on Tuesday, A.J. Glasser of Inside Network made a few basic points that are often overlooked by male gamers. Women play games. Women make games. Women write about games. A woman who does any of these things is not, in Glasser’s words “a […]

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SXSW: Bing Gordon On Why The Cable Companies Fear Your Xbox

Bing Gordon’s resume reads like a who’s who of major players in the last 20 years of digital media. Amongst other things, he’s a former chief creative officer at Electronic Arts and a current board member at Amazon and Zynga. At his SXSW panel on Tuesday, Gordon played the role of prognosticator and, surprisingly, poet. […]

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