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The Division: Play it On PC and Tablets (video)

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Here’s an interesting bit of irony. Ubisoft just announced The Division will ship for PC as well as next gen. consoles like PS4 and Xbone. The game also sports a companion feature that caters to the PC’s arguable rival–the mobile touch tablet. While they haven’t completely killed the laptop market,...

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Watch Dogs Gameplay: A Creepy Warning from DedSec (video)

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They warned the powers that be of its imminence. They pleaded for official preparation of the inevitable. Now speculation has become all too real. Haunting fears have become heart-sinking reality. They told you it would happen. An entire city governed by a single inter-connected piece of software leaves itself massively...

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Batman: Arkham Origins Gameplay (video)

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Some prequels really irritate me. I have a hard time suspending my disbelief around them where mythos and technology are concerned. For instance I don’t feel the technology and the gadgets used in the Star Wars films Eps I-III, came off as older less capable predecessors of the tech used...

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Gameplay (video)

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Good grief, Call of Duty has a steep near-insurmountable hill to climb, if it hopes to hold firm to its heavily contested FPS crown. It’s up against the likes of tablet-friendly Battlefield 4 and Titanfall–a title developed by a team partially made-up of old Call of Duty devs. Both of...

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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Review: Human After All

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This is a game that works better in concept than it does in execution. Blood Dragon delicately straddles the line between retread and satire, but feels more like a cash grab than a thoughtful extension of Far Cry 3's game mechanics....

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Papo and Yo Review (Playstation 3): Broken Home

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If there’s one thing that binds us all together, it is empathy. We  feel when another is in pain, and naturally want to help. It’s rare for a videogame to produce any feelings of empathy from players; sadly most games are not mature or creative enough to do so. They...

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