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New Watch Dogs trailer takes you inside Chicago


Ahhhh Chicago.  The Windy City.  The City of Broad Shoulders.  Chicagoland.  Chi-Town.  Beefy McSlaughterville.  One of those might be made up.  America’s second city will be the setting for Watch Dogs, the upcoming open world game from Ubisoft.  A new trailer takes you inside Chicago, and shows off some of the fun you’ll be having there.  Read on for the details.

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Bethesda announces Wolfenstein collectors edition… without the Wolfenstein


Special limited edition versions of big game releases are nothing new.  Packed with all kinds of cool collectibles, we pretty much expect them these days.  But a collector’s edition game without the game?  That’s a new one, and it’s precisely what Bethesda announced earlier today for the upcoming Wolfenstein: The New Order.  Read on for the details.

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


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


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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Battlefield 4 Naval Strike gets a release date and trailer


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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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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Dark Souls 2 launch trailer tells it like it is

Dark Souls 2

“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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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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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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