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Japan is getting a new Left 4 Dead game

There is an new Left 4 Dead coming but it’s not the numbered sequel we were hoping for, it’s not going to be available world wide either. Valve has teamed up with Japanese arcade company, Taito, to bring Left 4 Dead: Survivors, to Japanese arcades. The game was code named …

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LG G3 expected to be revealed May 27th

It’s that time of year where all of the top Android handset competitors are releasing new flagship devices, We just recently had the HTC One M8, the Galaxy S5 and now LG is jumping in to the arena with the G3, which is expected to be announced on the 27th …

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Synology announces two new NAS devices

Synology, a company dedicated to creating high performance, reliable and cost effective NAS solutions has announced two new devices- the DS414j and EDS14. The former is a 4 bay NAS device aimed at home users who require up to 20TB of storage, while the latter is an all new device aimed …

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IE security flaw puts Windows XP users at risk

If you’re still clinging on to the 12 year old Windows XP operating system then you might want to think about upgrading as a new security flaw has been found that allows hackers to gain full user permissions over your computer. This means that once a hacker has access, it …

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E.T. cartridges found in fabled Atari landfill

The Atari 2600’s movie tie-in game, ET, didn’t go down particularly well with gamers all those years ago and as a result, thousands of copies of the game were dumped in an undisclosed landfill site. Since then people have speculated as to where Atari dumped the games with some rumours …

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Mad Max delay confirmed by new trailer

Mad Max, a post-apocalyptic video game based on the film series, has been delayed again, this time in to 2015. The game is being developed by Avalanche Studios and was first revealed at E3 2013 for release on the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC. The …

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Samsung might be working on a 7 Inch smartphone

Rumours are suggesting that Samsung is currently working on a 7″ smartphone, not a tablet or even a phablet but an actual smartphone, taking our screen sizes to the extreme. Samsung has been experimenting with new screen sizes for the last couple of years, bringing us phones like the 6.3″ …

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Bungie has released more Destiny gameplay footage

Destiny will be Bungie’s first game since it parted ways with the Halo franchise, so as you can imagine, gamers are very interested in seeing what they do next. However, so far Destiny gameplay footage has been scarce and the developer hasn’t given much away about the game, luckily though, …

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SanDisk announces 15 nanometer NAND Flash

SanDisk announced the availability of its 15 nanometer technology today, making it the most advanced NAND Flash manufacturing process in the world. The 15nm technology will be available in both two bits-per-cell (X2) and three bits-per-cell (X3) architectures. “We are thrilled to continue our technology leadership with the industry’s most advanced …

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Ubisoft employee teases new Prince of Persia

An Ubisoft employee went ahead and teased a new Prince of Persia game on Twitter yesterday, however, following on from the tweet, Drew James, an Ubisoft Reflections Engineer, had his Twitter feed pulled offline. The Twitter profile for @UbiDrew, now redirects to a 404 page. The take-down of the account was …

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SOE reveals H1Z1 monetization plans

Sony Online Entertainment recently announced its free to play title, H1Z1, another zombie survival game. Like with any free to play game, monetisation will play a huge part in the title’s success so trying to keep things fair and balanced is key. SOE had its first monetisation planning meeting this …

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Codemasters announces GRID Autosport

GRID Autosport will be the next installment in the racing series, Developer, Codemasters, revealed today. The game will be coming to the PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, leaving out Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony’s new consoles. Codemasters said on its blog that GRID Autosport is an attempt to fix the …

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Netflix to raise subscription price for new customers

Netflix has announced that it is going to be raising its subscription prices slightly for new customers within the next two to three months. It isn’t going to be a huge increase though, Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings, said that the company’s goal is to do “a one or two dollar increase, …

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LG reveals details of its upcoming G-Watch

LG has revealed some details of its upcoming Android Wear powered ‘G-Watch’, the watch will be one of several wearables launching with the Android Wear operating system and while no release date was revealed, it will probably launch this year, much like the Moto 360. The G-Watch will be similar …

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Apple and Google are battling over mobile exclusives

Gamers are pretty used to the idea of platform exclusives on consoles and PC but it isn’t something we’ve really had to deal with on mobile devices until recently, as now Apple and Google are battling over exclusivity deals with App developers more aggressively than ever. With gaming apps being …

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