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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare community not toxic, dev says

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare lead designer Michael Condrey defended the franchise's community in a recent chat with BBC Newsbeat, asserting that the development team has a "low tolerance for toxic behavior" among its fanbase. "I certainly would...

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Toxic Avenger creator Lloyd Kaufman joins The Gunstringer cast

Twisted Pixel Games enlisted the cooperation of a bunch of random Austin residents for The Gunstringer's crowd sequences, which show FMV scenes of applause between each level. For the role of the "distinguished journalist," though, Twisted Pixel brou...

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Sapphire Radeon X800 Pro Toxic review on Avault

Boy, they sure do know how to make some scary videocards at Sapphire. The Sapphire Radeon x800 Pro Toxic is a mouthful, and an eyeful at the same time. The company may not be subtle in their packaging, but the Avault review finds a lot to like...

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Q.U.B.E. moves 12K copies in first four days, recouping full Indie Fund investment

Beyond being a game we're quite fond of, Q.U.B.E. is also profitable as of right now. Well, okay, a little bit before now, as the folks who funded the project -- the major league indies who comprise the "Indie Fund" -- have already recouped their ...

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QUBE: Director's Cut spins a new story on Steam, 15% off

QUBE: Director's Cut is now available on Steam, and is 15 percent off ($8.49) until Wednesday, May 28. The Director's Cut edition features a new story and additional puzzles, and is described by developer Toxic Games as QUBE's "definitive version....

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Q.U.B.E. enters our space December 16

Toxic Games will be the first to get an Indie Fund-backed game out, when its abstract first-person puzzle game Q.U.B.E. is released on December 16. It'll be available for PC on Steam, Desura, and Playism for $14.99. A Mac version will follow "sh...

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QUBE makes a break for Mac on Steam

QUBE, the whitewashed indie puzzler from Toxic Games and backed by Indie Fund, is now out for Mac on Steam. That's right, PC gamers no longer have a monopoly on playing with bright blocks in sterile white spaces. Children in waiting rooms worldwide,...

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Bring the system down with System of a Down DLC for Rocksmith 2014

Grab a brush and put (on) a little makeup, because you'll want to look your best when you're rocking the house with new System of a Down songs available for Rocksmith 2014. Three songs - "B.Y.O.B.," "Toxicity" and "Aerials" - are now available ...

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Q.U.B.E. review: Questionable Understanding of Block Extrusion

If someone had told me I'd be spending a peaceful night this week in a stark white room playing with bright blocks, I'd have run before they could wrap the straightjacket around my shoulders and throw me into the back of a windowless van. Instead,...

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European PSN releases for April 15

This week's European PSN update caters to a wide variety of interests. Fan of humorous adventure games? Check out the first episode of Sam & Max - The Devil's Playhouse. Looking to revisit an timeless classic? You should pick up Oddworld: Abe's ...

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QUBE takes a spin on Wii U, 'quite possibly' Vita

QUBE, the first game to come out of (the pockets of) Indie Fund, is on its way to Wii U and maybe Vita, according to a series of messages on the game's official Twitter. Toxic Games reveals a picture of QUBE running on the Wii U (shown above), along...

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Tomb Raider novel trots the globe in October

With not one but two new Tomb Raider games announced during E3 this year, Lara Croft is already awfully busy, but not so busy that she can't star in a new novel. Coming from DK Publishing and written by Dan Abnett and Nik Vincent, Tomb Raider: The T...

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VE3D looks in the crystal ball and sees very little

Voodoo Extreme has summed up this week's video game offerings. It's a bit on the tight side. But it's the quality, not the quantity, right? Freedom Force vs. the Third Reich is the title to beat if the early reviews are to be believed. MLB 2006...

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Nintendo dead last in Greenpeace 'Guide to Greener Electronics'

How can a little white box be so bad? Nintendo has become the first electronics manufacturer to post a goose egg in Greenpeace's sixth issue of the 'Guide to Greener Electronics,' which ranks 18 top manufacturers according to their policies on toxic...

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Greenpeace targets game industry

After gaining some traction by calling Nintendo out a couple weeks ago for being a massive environmental offender, eco-terrorist environmentally conscious group Greenpeace is calling for reforms across the game industry. Greenpeace says that consol...

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