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Amazon discounts over 1,000 digital PC games

Amazon kicked off its Digital Games Mayhem sale, discounting over 1,000 downloadable PC games. Okay, we didn't count to make sure the retailer had that many games on sale; we were too busy adding the Rockstar Ultimate Collection to our online carts. The bundle features 12 games from the developer...

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Quake 4 is up for download on Macs

Quake 4 has been around the console block for almost a decade, and no, that's not an insult. For the first time since its initial launch in 2005, Quake 4 is available to download through the Mac App Store, GameAgent and other distribution hubs for $19.99. Quake 4 offers cross-platform PC-Mac play,...

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EA's DeMartini claims Origin has 'never been about' competing with Steam

In a recent forum post, David DeMartini, EA's Senior VP of Global E-Commerce, expressed that gamers should be able to buy EA titles on any site they want, including Steam ... unless, that is, Steam doesn't want them to. Last month's disappearance of Crysis 2 from Valve's service, DeMartini...

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Former Titan Quest devs announce Grim Dawn

Crate Entertainment is a company made up of the old Iron Lore team that worked on Titan Quest, arguably the most popular of the Diablo clones to come out in the past few years. Crate has finally announced its latest project, and it's Grim Dawn, another action RPG (it even namedrops Diablo in the...

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Report: Only 35 songs from Guitar Hero World Tour work with GH5 [update]

Update: It appears as though Activision itself has answered the question of what songs specifically are importable into Guitar Hero 5 from World Tour (35 songs) as well as Smash Hits (21 songs), via the Activision Customer Support Center. The full list of songs available from each game has been...

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Verizon to offer GameTap-esque service in the Northeast starting this summer

Announced today and starting "this summer," Verizon will be offering "more than 1,400" PC games through its broadband service, for $9.99 per month. The service boasts a variety of games, ranging from Bejeweled to Splinter Cell, allowing customers to play the games over an internet connection or...

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Burn Zombie Burn dev praises PSN for allowing closer consumer communication

Open for nearly two years at this point, Kuju-owned, digital distribution-focused doublesix studios has begun to get a foothold in the burgeoning digital landscape. Speaking with GamesIndustry.biz this week, studio head James Brooksby said he and his studio prefer the direct consumer communication...

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