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Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode Two launches, gets a new trailer

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It’s been a long, strange trip, hasn’t it?  After five years of development, a handful of delays, and untold hours spent debating what it all meant, we’ve reached the end of Bioshock Infinite.  With today’s release of Burial at Sea Episode Two, the story of Bioshock Infinite, and of the studio that made it, has ended.  Read on to check out the launch trailer.

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New details emerge on Dragon Age Inquisition followers

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As any Bioware fan knows, learning as much as possible about the squadmates and followers of a forthcoming game has practically become a professional sport.  The followers in Dragon Age Inquisition are no different, and we’ve recently been learning some very interesting details about the characters you’ll have fighting at your side.  Read on for the details.

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Obsidian announced a new game at GDC, and it’s not what you think

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GDC, the annual game developer conference, is taking place this week in San Francisco, and Obsidian Entertainment chose the event to announce a new game.  No, it’s not Fallout 4.  Sorry to disappoint.  It’s not another Kickstarter project either.  Again, sorry.  The game is called Armored Warfare, and it’s unlike anything the studio has ever made.  Read on for the details.

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Battlefield 4 Naval Strike gets a release date and trailer

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It’s been a long time coming, but it’s (almost) here.  Naval Strike, the much hyped expansion for Battlefield 4 will finally be released next week, and to get everyone excited for more near future military mayhem, DICE has released a new trailer which shows off the expansions new maps, as well as a new gameplay mode called Carrier Assault.  Read on for the details.

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Today, you can finally play SimCity offline

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In related news, hell has frozen over.  Yes, the fix that Maxis once declared impossible has become a reality.  SimCity can now be played without an internet connection.  This isn’t due to a hack or a rushed patch, either.  The new SimCity offline mode is a robust, fully featured update.  Oh, and it’s free.  Read on for the details.

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Gauntlet remake heading to Steam this summer

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You all remember Gauntlet, right?  Even if you don’t, just say yes.  I don’t want to feel old.  The four player hack and slash dungeon crawler was a staple of arcades and home consoles back in the eighties, and is making a comeback.  A brand new version of the game will be coming to PCs and Steam machines this summer.  Read on for the details.

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Humble Weekly Sale features SEGA titles

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Continuing to show that you can find great games at bargain basement prices, and feel good about supporting charities at the same time, this week’s Humble Weekly Sale is all about bringing the SEGA love.

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New Alien Isolation dev diary explores how the alien was created

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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

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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

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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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