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Next Gen Tomb Raider likely being announced at VGX

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You know it’s a slow news day when we’re covering rumors.  It’s almost as if something huge is happening tomorrow… Anyway, if the internet sleuths are right, Square Enix is set to unveil not one, but two new Tomb Raider games at next month’s VGX.  Read on for the details, if you can call them that.

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Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! gets a launch trailer


A little known fact about us here at Save Game is that we’re all huge Adventure Time fans.  The halls of our headquarters often echo with shouts of “Oh my Glob!”  So we’re pretty excited about the new Adventure Time game that launches today.  Read on to learn more about it, and to check out launch trailer.

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Xbox One Launch Guide


With one day to release of the Xbox One worldwide, there’s no better time to start talking all things Xbawx. Queue our special launch guide for the Xbox One – covering a rundown of all the games available at launch (with swanky trailers), details of midnight launches across the world and highlights of good deals going at launch. Without further ado, our specially prepared Launch Guide for the Xbox One – and unlike other people, we won’t make you pay for it!

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Playstation versions of Ground Zeroes to get exclusive MGS1 Deja-Vu mission


I believe it was Coolio who once said “ain’t no mission like a console exclusive mission.”  His smooth rhyme was recently proven true once again when Konami announced an exclusive mission for Playstation versions of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes which will bring the series back to its roots.  Read on for all the details.

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The council has spoken: 2013 VGX nominees announced


The VGA’s are dead. Long live VGX.  Spike TV’s recently renamed video game awards show / marketing bonanza has unveiled the nominees for this year’s show.  It’s your typical mix of triple A blockbusters and indie darlings, with some surprises thrown in for good measure.  Read on, and check out the full list for yourself.

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Review: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode One

7 out of 10 Good

BioShock Infinite was a drastic change in the BioShock franchise that took players from the ruins of the underwater city of Rapture, up into the skies with the floating city of Colombia. While the change in scenery was a breath of fresh air, the game itself hinted at the possibilities of how the two worlds are connected. Burial at Sea – Episode One, is a DLC campaign that explores the story of Booker and Elizabeth of Bioshock Infinite, in the setting of Rapture.

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The Last of Us Story DLC details finally revealed


You know who’s been cagey for the last few months? Naughty Dog. They’ve teased us with the knowledge that they will be releasing story based DLC for the critically acclaimed The Last of Us, but that’s as far as they’ve gone. Until now. Finally they’ve broken their silence on the upcoming DLC – and it sounds like it’s going to be another emotional story, this time from Ellie’s perspective.

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T.P.A.T. Highlights – Duke Nukem Forever


It’s time again for another TPAT, where Tash and Christine are taking on the testosterone fueled alien slaying too tight tank top laden Duke Nukem Forever.

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Naughty Dog teases new Uncharted game


Well, it’s about time.  It’s been two years since we last saw Nathan Drake in a Naughty Dog developed game, and it finally looks like he’s about to return.  A brand new teaser trailer already has fans gossiping over what it could mean, and you can see it for yourself by reading on.

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Soul Calibur 2 HD gets a punchy launch trailer


With all the headlines being about next gen awesomeness lately, here’s a story that will take you back a simpler time.  The year was 2002.  A game called Soul Cailbur 2 had risen from the ashes of the Dreamcast, and become a massive success.  An HD remake of the game is headed to consoles, and the launch trailer looks fantastic.  Read on to see it for yourself.

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