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Firefly Online reveals first gameplay trailer

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It’s been awhile since we heard anything about Firefly Online, the social RPG that will serve as the semi-official continuation of the Firefly universe.  But this past weekend at SDCC, the developers debuted a brand new trailer, showing all the progress that has been made on the game since its announcement last year.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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Trials Fusion – Review

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“Welcome to the future, man, machine the fusion.” These are the titular words you hear when first booting up the latest effort from RedLynx. Trials Fusion is the latest installment in the trials series, after the very popular and very frustrating Trials Evolution. Fusion sticks to the same formula with a capital F, being frustrating at times yet incredibly rewarding when you finally get past that obstacle you’ve been stuck on.

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Epiphany Games introduces Majestic Nights: Season One

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Calling all conspiracy theory lovers – Epiphany Games have announced the first season of their new RPG series, Majestic Nights – an episodic role-playing thriller set in an alternate 1980s where every single conspiracy theory, past and present, is true.

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Here’s your first look at Halo: Nightfall

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Originally announced back at this year’s E3, we’ve heard relatively little about Halo Nightfall since.  That all changed today at the San Diego Comic Con, as 343 Industries was on hand to show off the first official footage from the series.  Read on to check it out for yourself.

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Bungie takes you on a guided tour of Destiny’s Tower

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Anyone who has played the Destiny beta knows about The Tower.  The sprawling third person enivronment is the game’s social hub, and a key component of the overall Destiny experience.  But there’s so much to do in The Tower that some aspects of it might get overlooked.  To that end, Bungie has a guided tour waiting for you.  Read on for the details.

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Dragon Age Inquisition delayed until November

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Well, I suppose that as far as delays go, this one isn’t so bad.  Dragon Age Inquisition, the hotly anticipated third game in the Dragon Age franchise, has been delayed by developer Bioware until mid November.  Read on for the details.

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Review – Razer Adaro Stereo Analog Headphones

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Gamers are spoiled for choice when it comes to selecting headphones to complement their gaming sessions. With companies vying for a piece of the market share that gamers make up, it’s no surprise that with each new headphones release, the claims from manufacturers become more and more expansive. But how many of these claims are delivered, and how many are flowery words with no substance? I trialled the Adaro Stereo Analog headphones from Razer and after several hours across console gaming and PC media streaming, I am happy to report that Razer delivers on every promise made.

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Naughty Dog considering a sequel to The Last of Us

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The Last of Us was one of the most universally acclaimed games in recent memory.  Virtually everyone who played it, loved it.  But ask the game’s fans whether or not they want a sequel, and they suddenly become much more divided.  For their part, Naughty Dog feels it would be a disservice to the fans to not entertain the notion of a sequel.  Read on for the details.

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Bioware panels from GaymerX 2014 now online

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The problem with gaming conventions is that they always seem to be so very far away from where you are.  Even if you’re lucky enough to attend one, there’s always something awesome happening at another one thousands of miles away.  Bioware has decided to bring the conventions to you, posting their panels online for all to see.  Read on to check out their panels from the recent GaymerX convention.

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Bungie releases Destiny companion app

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You know a game is a big deal when it gets its own companion mobile app.  Destiny is one such game, and Bungie has just released the official mobile app for the game, a day ahead of the launch of the public beta on Playstation platforms.  The app promises to keep you up to date on all things Destiny, even when you’re not planted on your couch.  Read on for the details.

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