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Dishonoured 2 is releasing in November

Bethesda had a packed conference at E3 last year, not only did we get a better look at DOOM and the announcement of Fallout 4, but Dishonoured 2 was also unveiled and now, the game has a release date. The sequel will see players take on the role of either …

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Nintendo may unveil NX console in June, release in October

According to one firm, the Nintendo NX may be much closer to release than we all expected. Japanese finance company, Nomura Securities, has stated publicly that it believes Nintendo will announce the next-generation console by May, reveal it by June and will get it on shelves and into the hands …

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The Xbox Elite controller is selling out worldwide

Back at E3, Microsoft announced its new Xbox Elite controller, a premium gamepad with modular components for customisability. However, those features come at a price, £120/$150- which sounds like an awful lot of money for a controller but that hasn’t put people off one bit. Xbox’s Major Nelson has revealed …

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EA to launch Unravel early next year

One of the highlights of EA’s E3 press conference this year was the announcement of Unravel, a charming little platformer in which you play as a character made out of yarn and use that to help you make your way through the levels. It looks like the game is set …

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Microsoft is also partnering up with Valve for VR

Last week ahead of E3, Phil Spencer attended the Oculus Rift event to announce a partnership between the two companies. Every consumer Oculus Rift will ship with an Xbox One controller and will also benefit from native support within Windows 10. The Xbox is also going to benefit, with Xbox …

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The Xbox One is going to get Xbox 360 backwards compatibility

When the new generation consoles launched back in 2013, both Microsoft and Sony seemingly forgot about backwards compatibility entirely. While we know that Sony is looking to tackle PS3 games with its streaming service, PlayStation Now, Microsoft has taken an arguably better approach, bringing native support for Xbox 360 titles …

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New Doom gameplay trailer sends blood flying

Doom, or Doom 4, depending on how you want to look at it, was shown off in all its first person, Mars station exploring, demon hunting glory this weekend at the E3 conference in Los Angeles. The reveal not only showcased a game that is far prettier than its predecessors, but …

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