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This week was a rampant mess of chaos and chaos control. We saw gaming media attempt an internet-wide censure measure we saw hackers attacking PSN and Xbox Live and Battle.net for no other reason than for spits and giggles, and we saw Nintendo unleash a brand new handheld.
Developer Respawn has issued a new update for its flagship giant robot shooter, Titanfall , the highlight of which strips out said robots in favor of mano a mano gunplay.
A new and improved release of State of Decay is officially in development for the Xbox One and will be ready to go for spring 2015 according to Microsoft and Undead Labs .
Nintendo has seen better times. Back in June, the company announced a quarterly loss despite tripling sales of its flagship console, the Wii U. The numbers were bad, but look even worse when looking back with context: if Nintendo sold the Wii U at the same rate as the previous quarter for a year, it would only sell about 2 million units.
Is playing video games the best part of your day? Do you wish you didn't have to be home in your living room or at your desk to play? Using your phone to play an app-version of a game that would be far more exhilarating on a bigger screen is only so much fun .
As the holiday season draws closer, the game release schedule is going to pick up to a pace that might not be safe for your wallet.
Activision have announced that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players will be able to earn and unlock exclusive in-game content a month early thanks to a special promotion offered by Mountain Dew and Doritos.
The three-minute flick offers a look at the game's supply drop mechanic, with narration from Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey.
Ready to splurge on a new system? Don't just shut up and let them take your money.
Last week Warframe developer Digital Extremes had a couple of its armored space soldiers take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in addition to the studio donating $10K to ALS research.
One of the biggest surprises for this year's Call of Duty outing was the revelation that Kevin Spacey would be starring in the game as the main antagonist; a villainous, corporate mercenary who runs a privatized military outfit that sells their services of 'war' to the highest bidder.
GameStop, Notch , Xbox boss Phil Spencer , Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson, Bill Gates and just about everbody else have jumped on the Ice Bucket Challenge bandwagon.
If you were hoping to save up and put aside some precious coin for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on the Wii U, well think again.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:58 am
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