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Dragon Age Inquisition tavern songs can now be downloaded for free

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Trying to unite warring nations against an evil force threatening to destroy the world can be an exhausting job. That’s why many Dragon Age players have made a habit of stopping into the Herald’s Rest, Skyhold’s tavern, for some rest and relaxation. One of the hallmarks of the Herald’s Rest are the songs performed by the tavern’s bard. For a limited time, Bioware is offering downloads of those songs for free. Read on for the details. 

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Review – Blackguards 2

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8 out of 10 Great

Turn-based strategy games can be a mixed bag. If you don’t have a compelling narrative or something to pull the audience in, boredom can set rather quickly as you take your turn, wait a few minutes, take another turn, wait again…

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Ocean Week challenges are now live for League of Legend players

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Good news, Australian and New Zealand League of Legend players! Riot Games have launched Ocean Week – a series of challenges for League of Legends players across Australia and New Zealand. In addition to being challenges specifically for players on the Oceanic server, Riot are also creating a one-of-a-kind artificial reef statue and engraving players names on it.

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Review – Razer Naga Epic Chroma Mouse

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9 out of 10 Excellent

If you’re a huge MMO fan who can’t get enough of their MMO gaming sessions, the Razer Naga Epic Chroma mounse may just be the perfect mouse for you.

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Australia to play a big role in Global Game Jam 2015

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What would happen if hundreds of game developers from all over the world came together and tried to make games in under 48 hours? Every year, the Global Game Jam attempts to answer that question. Described as world’s largest gaming hackathon, the event has produced some truly amazing games, and this year, Australians will have a far greater presence in the event than ever before. Read on for all the details.

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The plot thickens in a new trailer for The Order: 1886

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As the release of The Order: 1886 draws near, we’re learning more and more about the game’s world, and the characters that inhabit it. A new trailer released earlier today delves deeper than ever before into the game’s story, while showing off some explosive action at the same time. If you’re considering adding The Order to your collection, this trailer is a much watch. Read on to check it out.

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Ori and the Blind Forest gets a release date

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I know what you’re probably thinking. “Who and the What?” Ori and the Blind Forest hasn’t gotten a whole lot of press lately, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth your attention. A platforming adventure game with a unique and dazzling visual style, Ori and the Blind Forest looks like it might be something special. Soon, you’ll be able to judge for yourself. Read on for the details.

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Sony Issuing Refunds For Misleading Microtransactions

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Refunds are being issued to players of H1Z1 after complaints regarding in-game microtransactions.

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Kim Jong Un Parody Game Cancelled After Hack

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Glorious Leader!, a satirical 2D run’n’gun that was set to let players control North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, has had its Kickstarter campaign cancelled after the developers were hacked.

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Start your engines for the new Project CARS trailer

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Your eyes do not deceive you. Behold, the glorious return of Save Game news. Well, perhaps “glorious” is too strong a word. Humble, perhaps? In any case, we’re back, and just in time to catch the newest trailer for Project CARS, the ambitious racing simulation that’s due to be released in March. It’s roughly two and a half minutes of pure, undiluted car porn, and it’s breath taking. So buckle up, and read on to see it for yourself.

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