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Dying Light hits the streets in nighttime gameplay video

This gameplay walkthrough video for Dying Light, which is nearly ten minutes long, guides players through the game's changes from day to night and shows the amped-up zombie threat as light in the game, well, dies out. The game will launch in 2014 for PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4....

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Xbox One can't Twitch, but it can DVR

Microsoft hopes to dry the tears of those Xbox One fans saddened by the loss of at-launch Twitch streaming options by highlighting what the new console can do: specifically, digital video recording. Dubbed "Game DVR," the feature is exactly what its name suggests. Players can choose to capture...

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PSA: PS Vita TV now available in Japan

Nearly lost in the chaos of the imminent PlayStation 4 launch is another Sony gadget, the PlayStation Vita TV, which made its Japanese debut today. The Vita TV serves double duty, both as a device for streaming media options such as Hulu to your television and also as a stationary Vita analogue....

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Halo 4 anniversary unleashes silly, bizarre, terrifying outtakes

Halo 4 is now a year old, and to celebrate the milestone, developer 343 Industries has offered a look at some of the content that didn't make it into the retail game for reasons ranging from simple collision problems to an overwhelming level of mind-rending horror. The video (which can be found...

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Share your 'greatness,' win gear from PlayStation 4 commercials

With Christmas right around the corner, be sure to remember Sony's Greatness Exchange program. Your mom's been raving about the Helghast armor she saw in a recent PlayStation 4 commercial, and she'll appreciate the effort you put into earning the 30,000-plus gold trophies the thing is currently...

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Ultima creator's Shroud of the Avatar seen in six-month progress video

Led by Ultima creator Richard Garriott, indie developer Portalarium released a new update video for Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues detailing the game's progress over the past six months. The 25-minute video covers the scenic towns of Kingsport and Owl's Head, dipping into the types of...

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PBS brings Masterpiece, Austin City Limits, more to Xbox 360

Joining the stable of streaming video options on the Xbox 360 is a new PBS app, which offers on-demand access to full episodes of fan-favorite shows like Nova, the Masterpiece anthology series and Austin City Limits. Though it includes a huge range of programming (especially when compared to...

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Retro City Rampage jumps to 3DS, mayhem intact

Having appeared on nearly every other platform in existence, Retro City Rampage is now headed to the Nintendo 3DS. As the above teaser demonstrates, the game looks identical to its predecessors albeit with a slightly zoomed-in viewpoint for the player. Otherwise, Retro City Rampage seems to be...

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Infinite Crisis introduces new customization options

Lead designer Ryan Bednar offers an introduction to "amplifiers," item sets scheduled to join Infinite Crisis in the MOBA's October update which offer players a simple way to alter the abilities and stats of their DC Comics superhero of choice....

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Live-action Portal fan film explores the birth of GLaDOS

GLaDOS is widely considered one of gaming's finest antagonists, but like all malevolent robots she too was once a child - A brutal, sadistic child with no sympathy for terrified scientists. That's the basic premise behind Portal: Survive!, a new live-action fan film which explores the violent...

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