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Two new videos shed light on The Last of Us: Left Behind

Have the tears dried?  Has your soul healed?  Is safe to return to The Last of Us?  Those are all questions you’ll have to start asking yourself, since the game’s first single player DLC, Left Behind, is about to be released.  To prepare its fans for another heart wrenching journey into their apocalyptic world, Naughty Dog has released two new videos; a developer diary and the entire cinematic intro.  Read on to see them for yourself.

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Tomb Raider Definitive Edition dev diary features pretty graphics, big words

  The lives of Tomb Raider fans without a next gen console are about to get a little worse next week. Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition hits store shelves, and Crystal Dynamics has issued a new dev diary showing off all the glorious next gen polish they’re putting into the game.  They’ve also apparently decided to help us improve our vocabulary. Ever hear of the word re-typologized?  Well, read on and you will.

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Dead Rising 3 gets huge patch on eve of DLC launch

Nothing screams “DLC RELEASE IMMINENT” like a massive, bandwidth chewing patch.  That’s exactly what’s happening with Dead Rising, with a huge mandatory update washing up on the shores of Xbox Live like the carcass of a dead whale.  Sorry about the morose imagery.  Zombie games always do this to me.  Anyway, about that update.  It’s big, and fixes lots of broken stuff.  Read on for the details.

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RBI Baseball returns after 20 year absence

Anyone old enough to remember the original NES surely remembers RBI Baseball.  The franchise was a mainstay of the 8 and 16 bit eras, but gradually faded into obscurity, appearing for the last time nearly twenty years ago.  Now, Major League Baseball is bringing the game back, with a new version launching this spring across current and next generation consoles and mobile devices.  Read on for all the details.

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Double Fine releases Broken Age, has a very weird day

  It’s days like this that make me glad I don’t work in public relations.  Double Fine released their long awaited adventure game, Broken Age, to kickstarter backers today, and turned what should have been a triumphant victory lap into a scramble to control rumors and speculation.  Sound like fun?  It probably wasn’t.  Read on for the details.

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Single player offline mode finally coming to SimCity

Hey, better late than never… right?  Nearly a year after one of the most contentious, problem filled launches in video game history, EA and Maxis have decided to do what they probably should have done a long, loooong time ago.  They’re adding a single player offline mode to SimCity.  Read on for the details.

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Writers Guild of America reveals game nominees for 2014 show

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Since 2008, the Writers Guild of America has honored video game storytelling at its  annual awards show. The previous award winners make an eclectic bunch, as games ranging from Dead Head Fred to Star Wars: The Force Unleashed have walked away with the trophy (2008 and 2009 respectively).

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The Witcher is coming to tabletops and tablets

Who among us hasn’t wished they could lay Geralt or Triss Merigold down on a table and play with them?  Well, that dream will soon come true, as CD Projekt Red has announced a new tabletop adventure game based on their Witcher franchise.  Why does everyone look so disappointed?  Read on and check it out.  It’ll be cool, trust me. 

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Brace yourselves. A new Alien game is on the way.

Oh please let this one be good. Oh please, oh please, oh pleeeeeease.  Less than a year after Colonial Marines crashed and burn in spectacular fashion, Sega is back with a new Alien game.  With a new developer and new direction, Sega is promising that this new game will be nothing like the last one.  They’ve revealed a ton of footage to back up their claims, so read on and check it out.

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Grab a change of pants, and watch the new Daylight trailer

The survival horror genre has been around quite a while.  By now, most gamers have a pretty good idea of what’s in store for them when they pick up a surivial game,  But a new title called Daylight hopes to change all that, combining innovative gameplay with next gen graphics and good old fashioned scares.  Read on to check out the brand new trailer.

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