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WhatsApp has been pulled from the Windows Phone Store

Whatsapp has been mysteriously taken off of the Windows Phone Store by the app developer as it is completely incompatible with the upcoming and long awaited Windows Phone 8.1 update. The incompatibility was discovered by the developers while beta testing a preview version of the app. The developer has found …

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Wolfenstein: New Order’s AI looks really dumb

Undoubtedly, today’s games are some of the best looking titles that have ever existed and that’s true for every year that’s gone by before; the march to true to life visuals continues steadily onward. However, something that doesn’t always seem to advance in the same way is AI. We all …

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The Division has been delayed until 2015

In the wake of Ubisoft’s recent fiscal year loss it has been announced that its next generation title, The Division, has been delayed until at least the second quarter of 2015 on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The upcoming game is running on the new Snow Drop engine, which …

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Win PC copy of Watchdogs this weekend!

This weekend we are running a little competition on our Facebook page – to win a CODE for WatchDogs when it is released later this month. All you have to do is join our silly Facebook comment thread and place a funny/entertaining caption to this image. It means you can …

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Puzzle FPS Superhot hits Kickstarter goal in one day

Superhot, a challenging first person shooter with puzzle elements, launched on Kickstarter just yesterday but it has already surpassed its $100,000 funding goal. The game was originally created for the Unity web player, you can play the original version on the game’s official website, which features a few levels and …

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EU and US encrypted internet traffic booming

It was bound to happen in the wake of the Snowden revelations last year, that let us all know just how much our goverments and others were keeping tabs on us, but we’re only starting to see the data for the trend shift now. In a report by Sandvine, encrypted …

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Will Kinect-less Xbox One help it rival PS4?

In-case you hadn’t heard, Microsoft announced last night that it was going to be selling an Xbox One without its Kinect motion tracking camera. This is perhaps the second biggest U-turn the company has taken since the original announcement of the console, where after endless backlash, it went back on …

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Humble Daily Bundle begins with Deep Silver

Humble Bundle has long been a way for gamers around the world to get hold of some great classic games, as well as top up their libraries with tens of others that they’ll never touch, whether they’re good or not. Fortunately, it usually only comes along once a month or …

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Watch Dogs sure does have a lot of preorder options

Pre-orders are something that gamers, and PC gamers specifically, have a funny old relationship with. They’ve allowed companies like Mojang to turn Minecraft into a money printing machine, adventure having and educational tool for millions of children (and adults), they’ve made it possibly for stunningly beautiful games like The Banner …

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DriveClub will contain microtransactions

Sony’s exclusive racing sim, DriveClub, is due to come out soon after suffering a lengthy delay. The Director for the game once referred to microtransactions as a ‘plague’ but that isn’t stopping the studio from incorporating them in to the upcoming game. Some developers and publishers seem to think that …

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