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10th March 2014

04:32
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Indie Shooters Revolver360 Re:Actor And Prismatic Solid Headed To PS4

Angie Santiago reports: "These two games might sound familiar to some, but new to others. Revolver360 Re:Actor and Prismatic Solid are two indie shooters that were originally on Xbox Live but are now headed to PS4 as confirmed today at BitSummit in Kyoto. Revolver360 Re:Actor is a space shooter that allows for manipulation of the playing field. It can be used to avoid a hail of enemy bullets or used to get more points."

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10th March 2014

03:59
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Battlefield 4 sever rentals “coming soon”

Battlefield 4 will offer rentable servers “soon”, bringing PC-like customisable experiences to consoles, too. Community manager EA_Stive confirmed the feature’s imminent arrival on the Battlelog forums. “Indeed, it is coming. I’m afraid we don’t have any information on this quite yet, but it is coming soon,” they said. “Keep your eyes peeled on the Control […]

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10th March 2014

03:14
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The top 10 PS/PS2 games that need HD treatment on PlayStation Now

Ever wish you could play all those fantastic retro games but you dont have the relevant consoles anymore? All those fantastic memories, hidden away, wall behind wall; and even if you do have your old consoles in the attic you still need to get them out of their boxes, make room in your entertainment system, potentially re-wire everything? Doesnt that all sound a little tired? Well, it looks like Sony could be just about to answer your wildest dreams with backwards compatibility on PlayStation Now

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10th March 2014

03:09
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Computer Game Experiment Sound without Sound

Make no bones about it computer companies of today invest serious amounts of money on ensuring the sound quality is as fantastic as it possibly can be. I took part in an experiment which involved me playing a game that I had never played before to see what kind of difference it would make to the gaming experience if there was no sound. National Statistics suggest stands at around 25,000 for children aged 0-15 years who suffer from deafness I feel fewer of us stop to appreciate just what an impact this can have on just day to day living let alone playing computer games and what a different experience…

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10th March 2014

02:26
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Interview With Mattshotcha, UPlay Ambassador On The Division

The Division Blog "Over the last three weeks we have introduced our new, Art of Survival series here on DivisionBlog. We have shown you different items to bring with you in your Go-Bag as well as how to set up a strong defensive posture in a survival scenario. We also took a look at various skills and skill sets, and how to use those skill sets to create tailored custom classes within Tom Clancys: The Division."

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10th March 2014

01:02
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New Batman Pre-Orders PS4 vs Xbox One Are 4 to 1; Titanfall Helped Sell a Million Xbox Ones Insider

Looks like the Batman fans are leaning more towards the PS4 version of the new Batman: Arkham Knight than towards the Xbox One version, as mentioned today by insider Pete "FamousMortimer" Dodd, that has a very good track record with the information provided by his sources. On the other hand, Titanfall seems to be definitely helping the sales of the Xbox One.

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10th March 2014

00:36
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What is a Hardcore Gamer?

"Certain friends would only play a specific type of game while others would try to play every game released, giving birth to a term deemed hardcore. But what exactly is that?" Vex of Play Legit Writes

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10th March 2014

00:32
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Why Developers Pull the Wool over our Eyes

gamrReview's Daniel Carreras: "Watch Dogs was announced at the apex of the last generation. It was a perfect time to set expectations for the graphically fidelity of the coming consoles. Watch Dogs capitalised on this, riding a fan-fair of delight at potential possibilities. Hopefully, the game still looks great, but if initial screenshots and trailers are to be believed, it certainly won't live up to what we were sold 2 years ago."

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10th March 2014

00:30
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Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor releases 29th August according to GameStop UK

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor releases 29th August according to GameStop UK, the store page for all versions of the game list it as 29/08/14, all except the PS4 version. It was stated that Shdow of Mordor would be coming out this year, and it seems feasible that it would come out around august time to avoid all the mega blockbuster titles that come out during September- December.

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10th March 2014

00:29
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Interview: Child of Light | Patrick Plourde - Ubisoft

There's a lot of talk about Child of Light, a smaller project from big studio Ubisoft. With this adventure, the company looks towards a roleplaying game with a distinctive art style and a soothing atmosphere. Ron from NoobFeed asked some questions to the Child of Light development team, to which creative producer Patrick Plourde kindly replied.

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10th March 2014

00:17
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AA Meeting Podcast Episode 61

Analog Addiction writes: "The AA Meeting is your weekly destination for all the biggest gaming news of the week. This week Jamie talks about some new release dates including the internet outcry against Watch Dogs, Jack Tretton leaving Sony, Amy Hennigs departure, Batman: Arkham Knight announced and more. We also hear in-depth thoughts on Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and South Park: The Stick of Truth."

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10th March 2014

00:17
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In a Galaxy Far, Far AwayMy Ideas for Knights of the Old Republic III

Rudolf van Wyk writes: "Its been over a decade since the initial release of the critically acclaimed Knights of the Old Republic, a Star Wars masterpiece developed by BioWare. Since then, the strong replayability element of the game has continually pulled in even more geeks and gamers like a tractor beam. With its nearly flawless mechanics and revolutionary concept at the time, many RPG titles still dont come close to its grandeur."

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