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New Alien Isolation dev diary explores how the alien was created

As a card carrying Alien fan, and with the scars left by Aliens: Colonial Marines slowly healing, I hereby declare it safe to get excited about Alien Isolation.  A new dev diary has been released, and by the looks of it, Isolation is shaping up to be everything that the steaming pile from Gearbox wasn’t.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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Relax, the Witcher 3 delay won’t affect Cyberpunk 2077

When news broke yesterday that The Witcher 3 would be delayed until 2015, the first thought in most of our minds was [EXPLATIVE DELETED].  The second thought on most of our minds was probably “[EXPLATIVE DELETED], what does this mean for Cyberpunk 2077?”  Thankfully, it looks like the answer to that question is probably “not much.”  Read on for the details.

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Watch Dogs reclassified as R18+ in Australia; minimum PC specs announced

The addition of stronger impact drug use and sex themes seems to have pushed Watch Dogs to a new classification in Australia, with Ubisoft’s upcoming release moving from an MA15+ classification to an R18+ classification.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt delayed until February 2015

Uh oh. That sound you hear is the sound of Tash’s heart breaking because CD Projekt RED has just released an open letter announcing and detailing their reasoning for delaying the highly anticipated third installment of The Witcher series.

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Dark Souls 2 launch trailer tells it like it is

“You will die.  That much is certain.”  Those are the first words you hear in the launch trailer for Dark Souls 2, and truer words have never been spoken.  The sequel to one of the most talked about RPGs of the last console generation is about to released, and the launch trailer serves as an invitation and a warning to all those contemplating a purchase.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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Take a tour of Thedas in this new trailer for Dragon Age Inquisition

Videogames can make us cheer, make us shiver, make us laugh and make us weep.  They can move us in countless ways, reaching into our hearts and minds to touch our very souls.  Which is nice… but sometimes we just want to look at pretty things.  That’s what this new trailer for Dragon Age Inquisition is all about.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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Titanfall season pass detailed, launch trailer released

So there’s this little game called Titanfall.  Perhaps you’ve heard of it?  For nearly a year, its been heralded as the first killer app of the new console generation. drawing comparisons to the original Halo.  We’ll find out if Titanfall lives up to the hype next week.  In the meantime, we’ve got season pass details and a bombastic launch trailer.  Read on for the details.

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Uncharted Creative Director Amy Hennig leaves Naughty Dog

Amy Hennig, Creative Director and writer for the Uncharted series, has left Naughty Dog after ten years with the company.

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Rocksteady returns to Gotham with Batman: Arkham Knight

It’s been just over four months since the last Arkham game, Batman: Arkham Origins, was released.  But the bat signal has gone up once again over Videogameland, and Rocksteady has answered the call.  The studio that finally proved that not every Batman game has to suck is back with its biggest adventure yet.  Read on for all the Arkham Knight details, and to watch the debut trailer.

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Bioware mulling a next-gen reissue of the Mass Effect trilogy

The first few years of every console generation are filled with ultimate enhanced remastered definitive super deluxe editions of games which were originally released on older hardware.  Bioware is the latest developer to consider releasing an updated version of a popular game; revealing that they’ve discussed the possibility of reissuing their Mass Effect trilogy for next gen consoles.  Read on for the details.

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