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Feast your eyes on 5 minutes of GTA5 gameplay footage

There have been numerous Grand Theft Auto 5 trailers.  While they all used in-game assets, none of them actually showed what the game looked like while it was being played.  Until now, that is.  Rockstar has released 5 minutes of narrated gameplay, and it’s a virtual all-you-can-eat buffet of footage.  Read on to dig in.

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Save Game – No Data Available – Episode 9

Guess who’s back? That’s not a rhetorical question because the answer is Jen, Tash and Joe for Episode 9 of No Data Available. And the topic for this episode’s podcast is…. ALL THINGS E3.

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Bungie re-releases the Destiny E3 demo with developer commentary

Just in case you haven’t gotten enough of Bungie’s gameplay demo of Destiny, they’ve released a new version featuring HD resolution and developer commentary.  If you haven’t watched it yet (shame of you!) this is a perfect opportunity to redeem yourself.  Read on for the details.

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Review – FUSE

It has been a while since I’d anticipated a game as much as I did with FUSE. The last was Bioshock Infinite, which I’m sure many agree was worth the wait. Having the chance to play a preview of FUSE though, this anticipation was different. I had an idea of what to expect and knew what Insomniac Games hoped the game would be, so I was curious to see how it lived up to these lofty expectations.

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Is a “low violence” version of Saints Row 4 headed to Australia?

Hey, so remember that whole “Saints Row 4 is banned in Australia” thing?  If the game’s Australian Steam page is to be believed, the game might be headed to the land down under after all.  In a slightly altered form.  Read on for the details.

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The Walking Dead: 400 Days coming this week

When Telltale Games said “early July,” they apparently weren’t kidding.  Their brand new DLC episode of The Walking Dead, entitled “400 Days” is being released this week, and it’s sure to be a lighthearted comedic romp through the zombie infested nightmare landscapes of the former United States of America.  Read on for the details.

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Hands on with the Elder Scrolls Online

Katy Goodman dances in the streets of Daggerfall, participates in a Harvest Festival gone wrong, tanks some evil bugs, and chats with creative director Paul Sage—all with her partner in crime, Robyn Miller.

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Your current headset might work with the Xbox One after all… maybe

It has been a long, brutal month for the Xbox public relations department.  I sorta want to buy them all a drink.  The latest uproar concerns Microsoft’s decision to sell the Xbox One’s redesigned headset separately, and to make the Xbox One’s controller incapable of accepting the current Xbox 360 headset.  However, much like their online and used game policies, the headset rules might be changing.  Read on for the details.

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Got questions about The Order: 1886? Sony has some answers

When The Order: 1886 debuted at Sony’s E3 press conference a few weeks ago, there were basically two reactions.  First: “that was awesome.”  Second: “what the heck was that?”  To help with that second reaction, Sony has released an interview with one of the creative minds behind the game.  Read on for the details.

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Deadpool smashes the fourth wall (and everything else) in his new launch trailer

For the longest time, Superhero games were a hit or miss genre.  Actually, mostly miss.  Thanks to the Arkham series of Batman games, that’s no longer the case.  Deadpool is about to get a big budget action game of his own, and if the launch trailer is any indication, it’s going to be everything you’d expect from the unstable antihero. 

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