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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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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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Irrational announces 1998 Mode for Bioshock Infinite’s Burial at Sea Episode Two

Ahhh, 1998.  The year that gave us Monica Lewinksy, the iMac, and Bruce Willis blowing up an asteroid.  Sadly, none of those things will be featured in the newly announced 1998 Mode for Bioshock Infinite’s Burial at Sea Episode Two.  Instead, 1998 mode will offer a fresh challenge to players to who enjoy a bit more stealth in their shooters.  Or a lot more.  Read on for the details.

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Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review

8.5 out of 10 Great

Sometimes a game doesn’t bring anything exceptionally new to the table, but is still an enjoyable experience. This is definitely true of Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2. It combines a Metroidvania structure with God Of War-esque combat and ties it all together with an absolutely gorgeous game world, and an interesting character journey. It may not push any boundaries, but it’s definitely a game worth playing.

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Hey, wanna voice a character in Dragon Age Inquisition?

Hey, wanna voice a character in Dragon Age Inquisition?  Well, of course you do!  What a silly question.  But only professional actors (and the occasional journalist and/or astronaut) get to voice video game characters, right?  Wrong!  Bioware has recently unveiled a contest which would give you the chance to voice a character in the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquistion.  Read on for the details.

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Thief launch trailer features mayhem, angst, and a topless tiger woman

We’re now just a week away from the launch of Thief, and you all know what that means.  Yes, it’s launch trailer time.  So gather around, and gaze upon the Eidos marketing department’s last, best hope to get us interested in this game.  They’ve pulled out all the stops with this one.  There’s glowing eyeballs, exploding arrows, and one very topless tiger woman.  I’m serious.  Read on to see her for yourself.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order gets a release date, new trailer, and a big pre-order bonus

Get Pysched.  Bethesda has announced a release date for their new entry in the Wolfenstein series, The New Order.  They’ve also unveiled a new trailer that gives us our first detailed look at hero BJ Blazkowicz and the dystopian alternate history he’s tasked to save.  Oh, and pre-ordering gets you access to the DOOM beta.  So there’s that too.  Read on for the details.

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Ken Levine radically downsizing Irrational Games, moving on from Bioshock

Even in an industry which has sadly grown accustomed to studio layoffs, this one came as a shock.  Ken Levine, co-founder and creative director of Irrational Games, is radically downsizing his studio, and relinquishing control of the Bioshock franchise back to 2K Games.  Read on for the details, and to read Ken’s statement.

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Hands on with the Titanfall beta

Let’s get one thing out of the way straight away – I’m not a fan of multiplayer FPS games, and I am not someone who gets excited about challenging, engaging, player vs player multiplayer maps. I have my feet very firmly planted in the ‘single player is king’ camp. With that said – I had a damn lot of fun with Titanfall, and based on the strength of what it offers to players, it just might be the killer console seller than Xbox One is looking for.

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