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Arma 2 switching from Gamespy to Steam

Bohemia Interactive has announced that it will be updating Arma 2: Operation Arrow Head in order to transition the game from Gamespy to Steam. Bohemia’s official announcement said: “As you may have heard, GameSpy is discontinuing its services and it was therefore of paramount importance to offer an alternative for the …

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Ouya announces new subscription model trial

The Ouya is getting a new all encompassing game pass, allowing those who own an Ouya access to over 800 of the console’s games for a $59.99 one of annual payment. However, the company is still somehow going to manage to pay developers its 70 per cent cut of the …

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Synology announces DSM and product launch event

Synology has announced its next event which will see the launch of the next stage of the company’s famous Diskstation Manager (DSM) operating system along with some new products that are due to hit the market in the fourth quarter of 2014. The event will take place at the Millbank Media …

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Moto 360 smartwatch might feature Moto Maker customization

New rumors are suggesting that Motorola’s upcoming smartwatch, the Moto 360, could launch with the company’s “Moto Maker” customization options. Moto Maker was launched last year alongside the Moto X smartphone, the ability to choose your own colors and build materials was arguably the biggest selling point for the device …

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KitGuru visits OCUK for sponsored sale event

Over the weekend, KitGuru was invited to head down to the Overclockers UK store and warehouse to see their sponsored sale event – if you missed out on this at the weekend then we have some pictures for your enjoyment today! Quite a few people turned up early to grab …

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Steam is revoking Sniper Elite III keys

We are receiving a lot of reports from you guys telling us that Steam is currently revoking Sniper Elite III keys bought from sites like CDKeys and Kinguin. Valve has yet to offer an official explanation or statement but this could be a sign that the company is going to …

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Steam phishing scheme can bypass two factor authentication

Steam accounts are under attack from a new phishing scam that tricks users in to downloading malicious software that bypasses Valve’s Steam Guard system, according to Malwarebytes Unpacked. Valve launched Steam Guard in 2011 and has since made it mandatory for all Steam trades. Steam Guard works by placing an SSFN …

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Blizzard aims to release Hearthstone expansion in July

Blizzard is aiming to release its first Hearthstone expansion, Curse of Naxxramas, in July, Community Manager, Aratil posted on the game’s forum. The Curse of Naxxramas will be the Collectible Card Game’s first single player expansion, featuring a small story line and adding 30 new cards to the game. “Just wanted to give …

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Crytek UK developers were only paid £700 last month

We already know that Crytek seems to be in financial trouble, the company has reportedly cancelled its sequel to Ryse Son of Rome after the Xbox One launch title flopped and staff are leaving left, right and centre. It turns out that the developers currently working on Homefront 2 haven’t …

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Google Glass is now available in the UK

The Google Glass was first made available in the US last year but the wearable is now making its way over to the UK for the first time. In addition to the UK launch, the Google Glass is getting a hardware upgrade too, bumping it up to 2GB of RAM …

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Sony criticized for overpriced Playstation Now beta

Sony is currently facing heavy criticism from gamers, YouTuber’s and traditional media outlets over its Playstation Now beta pricing. Right now the service is offering plenty of older titles such as Saints Row the Third and Final Fantasy XIII-2 but the rental options are more expensive than buying a physical …

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AMD to re-launch FX-9590 with liquid cooler

A few days ago AMD’s Roy Taylor teased us on Twitter with a picture of an unnamed CPU from the FX series. However, the cat is out of the bag now and we know that AMD’s mysterious CPU is in-fact going to be a re-launch of the 5GHz FX-9590 bundled with …

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AOC to release 144Hz G-Sync monitor next month

AOC is set to release a new “high end” gaming monitor next month, featuring Nvidia’s G-Sync technology coupled with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms response time. These three features should eliminate screen tearing as well as any possible ghosting effects. The AOC press release says: “The g2460Pg redraws the …

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The Division developer downgrading PC game?

We’ve already seen first hand that Ubisoft had downgraded the PC graphics for Watch Dogs, the publisher is also claiming that Far Cry 4 on the PS4 and Xbox One will look the same as the PC’s ultra high settings. However, now we have some information suggesting that The Division …

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Over 300,000 servers still vulnerable to Heartbleed bug

More than 300,000 servers are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug as websites aren’t bothering to patch it up. So far, only 9000 servers were patched last month, leaving behind plenty of vulnerable servers. We’ve known about Heartbleed for a while now, since security researcher, Robert David Graham, warned the Internet …

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HTC is making a Google Nexus tablet

While the future of Google’s mobile Nexus line is in doubt, there is nothing to suggest that it’s tablets will be going anywhere. It has been revealed that HTC is making the next Google nexus tablet featuring Nvidia’s powerful Tegra K1 processor. The 8.9 Inch tablet is codenamed the HTC …

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EA kicks off Titanfall free weekend

EA has done a lot to improve its Origin service recently, for a start it offers you a free game every month and now the company is kicking off “Game Time”, Origin’s free weekend scheme. For the next 48 hours, PC gamers will be able to play Titanfall for free, …

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