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CES 2014 Roundup: Next Year Is Going To Be Steam-y

If you’re any sort of gamer, you’ve almost certainly heard of Valve’s Steam platform. For the uninitiated, Steam is a gaming software solution for Windows, Mc OS, and Linux. Imagine an app store and gaming system in one. In September of 2013, Valve announced it was going to be an operating system as well. SteamOS […]

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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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Do This: Type The Konami Code While On Vogue’s UK Website

It may be a statement on the fashion industry’s predilection to return to previous fashion trends. It might be a comment on the assumed need for fashion models to look a certain way being an outdated idea. Or it could be that someone on Vogue’s website staff is a fan of old school video games. […]

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You Did This: Xbox One No Longer Needs To Always Be Online, Can Play Used Games

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In a move that surely shocks only the executives who tried to make these limitations part of the Xbox One, the gaming console maker has decided to remove the need for an internet connection to play video games and also allows you to trade and sell your games. It seems the massive backlash against the […]

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High Five, Bro! The Xbox One Is A Michael Bay Movie

Nobody that plays video games can pretend for a second that they weren’t excited about the unveiling of Microsoft’s next generation of consoles. Or at least curious. Ever since Sony’s PlayStation 4 announcement and press conference earlier this year, everyone with an ear to the ground in the gaming world has been waiting with bated […]

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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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Rovio Accounts Put Your Angry Birds In The Cloud

As someone who swaps devices frequently, there’s a certain level of frustration when playing mobile games. For example, take the classic Angry Birds. I have no choice but to play the same levels, over and over again, when going from phone to tablet and back again. The folks at Rovio clearly feel my pain, and […]

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Aisha Tyler To Gamer Trolls: GFYS

If you don’t know who Aisha Tyler is, shame on you. Here’s a quick rundown of her expansive resume: She’s an actress, comedian, author, talk show host, and runs a successful podcast. Currently, she’s the voice of gorgeous, sasquatch-handed Lana Kane in Archer, which has wrapped up its fourth hilarious season. Tyler also emceed the Interactive Awards […]

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