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Crash Bandicoot returning to Sony?

Activision appears to have erased Crash Bandicoot from all of its web properties, leading us to believe that the old Sony mascot might make its return to Sony, the place where the little marsupial began his career. You guys all know who Naughty Dog are. It created the Last of …

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NVIDIA 331.82 ‘Game Ready’ drivers now available

Nvidia has just released an updated ‘game ready’ driver just in time for the releases of Assassins Creed IV and Need for Speed: Rivals. Amongst these last minute tweaks, the new driver is going to help SLI profiles and games running at 4K resolutions. “These Game Ready drivers will also …

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Want that sexy white Xbox One? Buy one here

Remember all those multiple minutes ago when I showed you some delicious looking pictures of that pure white Xbox One? The one only those that made the thing will ever get to play on? Well now you have the chance to own one of these limited edition machines, by bidding …

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Yup, Ryse sucks

Just minutes after the official release of Microsoft’s Xbox One console has begun, the first reviews for launch exclusive, RYSE: Son of Rome have started to hit the web and oh dear, it isn’t doing very well at all. Dead Rising 3 might have had some technical hiccups and Killer …

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Xbox One launch begins in New Zealand

Sony may have beaten Microsoft to market with its next-gen system in one territory, but with 12AM rolling round in the most eastern parts of the world, Microsoft’s response has begun to hit the shelves. New Zealand and Australia are first up and as I write this the first few …

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Huge Seal attacks city, offers Steam deals

Look out! Quick, gather up supplies, loved ones and weaponry, we have to get out of here. I’m serious, there’s this massive seal attacking the city, we have to go. Wait, no, what are you doing? Don’t go on your PC, those deals he’s offering are lies, a distraction to …

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An unboxed white Xbox One sure is sexy

I know a lot of gamers don’t like the Xbox One and I know I won’t be buying one for a while, because who’s going to spend that much for a handful of average launch games? But that doesn’t mean that the limited edition white version given to those that …

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Don’t panic if your PSN account won’t login today

If you’ve woken up this morning and found that you can’t access your PSN account (because why would you have something other than playing games to do on a Thursday?) because your login details aren’t correct, don’t panic. Chances are Sony just reset your password and didn’t tell you about …

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Infinity Ward update fixes CoD 4k issues

While Call of Duty Ghosts has sold incredibly well, its launch has been anything pain free. There was the whole resolution-gate scandal on the next-gen systems, struggling to break contemporary resolutions at a decent frame rate and then there was the fact that reviewers felt the developers had just gone …

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Oh Kim Dotcom, you’re such a fanboy

While a lot of PC gamers like to look down on console gaming as a whole, if South Park has taught us anything in recent weeks, it’s that being overly hyped about the next-gen system, is “just how Xbox people are.” Well you know what, Kim Dotcom is one of …

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Sony speaks out on PS4 hardware issues

The Playstation 4 launched in the US just last week and since then we’ve heard of some issues, but after some investigation in to each complaint, Sony has narrowed down the amount of faulty PS4’s to less than 1% of the 1 million sold. For those who don’t feel like …

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Gaming agency settles $1 million in bitcoin botnet case

Esports gaming organisation, ESEA, has settled out of court with its bitcoin botnet case, agreeing to pay the State of New Jersey a million dollars to make the case go away. That case of course, is the one where it illegally installed bitcoin mining software and spyware on its user’s …

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Command and Conquer down but not out

EA may have shuttered its purpose built CnC studio, Victory Games (RIP), but that doesn’t mean the game it spent three years working on is done for. According to a support document unearthed by the boys over at IGN, Command and Conquer (Generals 2) may still see the light of …

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A next gen Tomb Raider port could be on the cards

Update: It looks like this could have been an Amazon retail partner listing, not Amazon itself. Sadly, that means the information found in the article could be fake and should be taken with a pinch of salt. Amazon is renowned for outing products before they are supposed to be announced and …

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Here’s all the Xbox One: Day One Countdown ads

Microsoft has been doing a lot of promotion for the Xbox One – understandably – but it’s also been helping promote the countdown to launch show, set to debut on Spike a couple of hours before the 12AM official release, with a few short trailers hinting at upcoming games. I’d …

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Donkey Kong, Kong Off 3 champion crowned

Another year is coming to a close and that means many things, but one of them is that a new Kong Off Champion has been crowned. Funnily enough, it’s turned out to be the same as the old champion, but that’s alright because it was well deserved, as Jeff Willms …

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Xbox One launch titles fail to impress

It’s still a few days until the Xbox One officially goes on sale in most territories, but the first reviews for the launch titles have already started to appear and for the most part, while there’s a couple of solid entries, some of the biggest and baddest just aren’t that …

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Nintendo not ruling out another Mario Galaxy game

Nintendo fans rejoice, you may get another Super Mario Galaxy game after all. During an ‘Iwata Asks’ Q&A the current development team, who is at the moment working on Mario 3D land, talked about the possibility of taking Mario back to space. During the interview, Mario creator, Shigeru Miyamoto pointed …

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PS4’s Blue Light of Death channels RROD fears

The PS4 has been out in the US for a few days now and as with any console launch in recent years, there does appear to be a few suffering from a problem that renders them useless. It’s being termed, the “blue light of death,” as you get this nice …

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Introducing: The Four Players

Screen Writer Evan Daugherty, has partnered up with YouTube channel Polaris and Maker Studios to bring out quite a special re-imagining of one of the most famous franchises in video games history, and trust me, it’s good. Titled ‘The Four Players,’ each video features a short, under 5 minute clip …

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