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Today Atari revealed their upcoming title Minimum; the game was first developed by now defunct developer "TimeGate" and was finished by the minds behind Prey 2, Human Head. The game throws players into a world where they are blocky figures locked within team-based battles centering around resource collection in order to power their team's AI-controlled Titan all the while searching for the means to upgrade their own loadout. Minimum is slated to release via Steam Early Access sometime this spring!
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Nintendo has brought their classic hit Super Mario Brothers 3 to both the Wii U and 3DS virtual console within this week's update alongside a slew of other various classics. SMB 3 will set gamers back 5 USD for either platform while GBA titles Golden Sun and F-Zero: Maximum Velocity will only be released for Wii U. A full rundown of this week's changed can be found below!
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Telltale Games announced today the their story telling title "The Walking Dead Season 2" will release on April 22nd in North America while Vita fans in Europe have to wait till the next day. Each episode is available for individual purchase for 5 USD or through a "season pass" deal that offers 20 percent off versus buying all episodes alone. Episodes one and two are now out for all supported platforms with the third being yet to be dated.
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Ten new Grand Theft Auto Online jobs have been bestowed with Rockstar Verified status, marking the player-made missions as some of the finest available for play. The latest round of verifications includes Deathmatch and Race modes, including the first Rockstar Verified Air Race. Some of these user creations were selected for their clever use of familiar regions of Los Santos and B ...read more
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The Amazing Spiderman 2 was first announced late last year at New York Comic Con and since then it appeared that it was slated to be published by Activision on the PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, 3DS, and Xbox One. It seems now that the Xbox One version of the game has been canned; preorders have been canceled and the Xbox One version was delisted from it's official website.
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Within upcoming PS4 system update version 1.70 Sony is due to give gamers SHAREfactory; the tool is slated is allow gamers to easily customize their virtual exploits through rich multimedia editing tools then allow easy upload to the various social networks connected to their console. Another neat feature being added with this update is the ability ...read more
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Wolfenstein: The New Order is an alternative history Nazi-era inspired game that is now available for pre-order through the Steam platform and Valve has now begun offering free Team Fortress 2 hats to any and all gamers who fork out early cash for the shooter. The digital distribution company has not specified exactly which hats will be given but has guaranteed that ...read more
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It was previously reported that Deadlight would become this month's second freebie via Microsoft's "Games with Gold" program; the title is normally priced at $15 USD and will remain free to gold members till April 30th. Deadlight is a single player survival horror title that was released in late 2012 through both Steam and XBLA. Gamers simply have to navigate to their Xbox 360 Dashboard prior to April 30th to claim their free game.
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HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft has finally been released via the iOS app store for the iPad. The free-to-play game can be yours with simply a download; the title is slated to be given a single player adventure mode, Curse of Naxxramas, at a later date for all supported platforms. HearthStone: Heroes of Warcraft previously released for both Windows and OSX on March 11th of this year while Android/iPhone users are expected to wait until later this year for their chance to partake.
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Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Nokia, HTC, Motorola, Huawei, and Asurion all have pledged to offer a free anti-theft tool for devices they make after July 2015; the effort is also being supported by wireless carriers AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile while Blackberry and LG are not involved. This feature would mean that when a consumer has their device stolen or loses it will be able to log on from a computer to remotely wipe and render their former device inoperable.
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