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Archive for 28 September 2010


By Paul Younger | 28 Sep 2010 | Comments Off

StarCraft II, Patch 1.1.1 Rolls Out Today

Blizzard has announced that an interim patch to fix a few gameplay bugs, v1.1.1 will roll out today across North America and the rest of the world.

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Sword Of The Stars 2, In-Game Engine Footage

Kerberos Productions has released some in-game footage from Sword of the Stars II, demonstrating the new graphics engine that will be used to render vessels in the grand space strategy title.

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Analyst ‘concerned’ over Medal of Honor

As the war between EA and Activision rages in the press, the war involving the games themselves is only just beginning.

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Rift: Planes of Telara: Deepstrike Mines Info & Media

Rift: Planes of Telara was one MMORPG that stood out for us at this year’s E3, the game looked particularly stunning, and they did have a pretty cool booth.

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Free-to-play Star Trek MMO due 2011

Another year, another Star Trek MMO.  Due for release Summer 2011, Star Trek – Infinite Space is a ‘casual’ free-to-play browser based MMO set in the Deep Space Nine timeline.

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Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light on PSN and Steam today

The latest in the Tomb Raider series, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, will be available today on PC (via Steam) from 5pm GMT and sometime today on PSN.

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GAME plans store closures as share price drops

UK videogame retailer GAME has revealed, via its latest financial report, that it plans close 85 stores taking the number down from 635 to 550.

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EA return fire on Kotick

Following comments made by Activision CEO Bobby Kotick, EA has retaliated with a statement of their own.

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