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Penny Arcade Adventures Episode 3 still alive, Zeboyd at the helm

After its abrupt cancellation last year, Penny Arcade Adventures: Episode 3 has risen from the ashes with developer Zeboyd Games taking control of the project. The studio is best known for its Xbox Live Indie Games and PC releases, Cthulhu Saves the World and Breath of Death 7. RPGamer reports that...

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Halo Anniversary adds 3 more maps, including PC version's 'Timberland'

Reports from the frontlines of Halo Fest, as relayed by Major Nelson, have revealed three new multiplayer maps for the upcoming Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. The highlight of the bunch is probably Timberland, the pine-studded arena from the PC version of Halo (original version pictured), suit...

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Razer unveils $2800 'Blade' laptop

How long was Razer waiting to use that product name? Today, with its "PC Gaming Is Not Dead" countdown elapsed, the company unveiled its "Blade" laptop, billed as "the world's first true gaming laptop." What must Alienware think about that? The "Blade" uses the UI from Razer's "Switchblade" c...

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The Xbox 360 PAX deserves, but not the one it needs: Custom Batman: Arkham City console

One lucky PAX attendee will be able to walk away with the custom console above. Warner Bros isn't saying much on how you can win this custom Batman: Arkham City Xbox 360 at Seattle's to-do, though the Facebook page announcing the promotion does offer hope to those who aren't Seattle-bound: Xbox w...

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PSA: Visit OnLive at PAX, get a free OnLive console

OnLive has announced a tasty little scheme for PAX. Anybody who heads over to the site and signs up for a PlayerTag can snag a free OnLive console. All you have to do is show up at the OnLive booth during the Seattle show this weekend and tell them your PlayerTag. Simple. Recently, OnLive adde...

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Faraway coming this fall, backed by Indie Fund

Little-Eyes' iOS game, Faraway, in which a shooting star loops around other stars to trace constellations, has was first announced in early 2010, and has had no hint of a release date until now. The website gives the game a "Fall 2011" release date -- and also features the lovely trailer above, w...

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Ubisoft bringing the big guns (and the tiny, hidden blades) to PAX

Ubisoft isn't messing around at PAX Prime this year, evidenced by the fact that the company is bringing just about every game it's currently working on to the show -- and even some that are already out. Here's the full list: Assassin's Creed: Revelations From Dust Just Dance 3 Mi...

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Kirby returns to Dream Land on Oct. 24, after a stop at PAX

Nintendo's announcement of its PAX offerings includes a surprise bit of news. Kirby Wii has officially had its name changed to Kirby's Return to Dream Land, and it's been given a release date of October 24. Hey, another Wii game to look forward to -- how about that! Nintendo will be showing of...

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'Go Home Dinosaurs!" is latest title from Slam Bolt Scrappers studio

Fire Hose Games, developers of PSN's Slam Bolt Scrappers, are back with Go Home Dinosaurs!, debuting at PAX this weekend. The studio describes the game as part of the tower defense genre, but players fit together puzzle piece-shaped weapons powered by adorable, fuzzy creatures who are defending a...

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Orcs Must Die players at PAX Prime get Cardboard Tube Samurai skin, comic book

Robot Entertainment is not only bringing tower defense title Orcs Must Die to PAX Prime later on this week, but the company is providing a show special as well. At the booth in Seattle during the show, they'll be giving out special codes for the game's War Mage character, designed after Penny Arc...

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