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Archive for 8 November 2011


World of Warcraft subs in rapid decline

During tonight’s Activision Blizzard conference call, Blizzard revealed their latest subscriber numbers for World of Warcraft.

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Dead Rising 2: Off The Record promotes fire safety with DLC

Frank West’s photojournalism skills aren’t in question, but how good is he at fighting fires?

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‘No plans’ for Mass Effect 3 offline co-op

BioWare’s Jesse Houston has confirmed a few more details about Mass Effect 3′s co-op multiplayer; namely that you probably won’t be doing any offline co-op, and that friendly fire is out of the question.

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LA Noire launches on PC

Developers Team Bondi may have long-since been liquidated (with staff still being owed thousands of dollars), but LA Noire, the studio’s one and only title, lives on.

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Travelogue: the locations of Skyrim

You may have noticed that the fifth installment in the Elder Scrolls series is released this week (if you haven’t, you’re extremely good at avoiding hype).

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Batman: Arkham City PC slightly delayed

Warner has this afternoon confirmed that Batman: Arkham City will be released on 24 November in the UK.

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Box Art Battle: Modern Warfare 3 vs. Battlefield 3

Literally everything else about Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 has been given the ‘versus’ treatment, so why not the box art too?

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BioShock Infinite: The People Behind Booker and Elizabeth Part 2

The second part of the BioShock Infinite: The People Behind Booker and Elizabeth has been relased by Irrational, and in this latest video, Ken Levine continues his discussion on the challenges faced bringing the characters of Booker and Elizabeth to life with the help of voice actors Troy Baker and Courtnee Draper.

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Minecraft shifts 4 million, still growing

At the rate things are going, the day Minecraft stops selling will be the day the world self-destructs and transforms into a one-big pixelated blob of blue and green.

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Triple boobs! There’s a Total Recall MMO

Any post with the above image is a good one by me.

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Where is our Modern Warfare 3 review?

You may have noticed a number of reviews for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 hitting online publications in the wee hours of this morning.

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COD: Elite buckles under weight of users

You may be aware that a little game going by the name of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was released last night to the usual ruckus that accompanies such mega-releases.

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The Best Sonic Game in Years: Sonic Generations [Review]

In recent years, there’s been an understandable air of suspicion surrounding Sonic.

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Skyrim to receive day one patch

Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will receive a day one patch on Friday, 11 November, taking it to version 1.1. 
The news was confirmed by Bethesda’s community manager Nick Breckon, who wrote on NeoGAF:
“All platforms going to 1.1 by 11/11/11… There’ll be notes when the time comes.”
We don’t know about you, but we’re pretty excited for Skyrim.

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Modern Warfare 3 UK launch pics

Activision has just launched Modern Warfare 3 here in the UK and the GAME on Oxford Street was the launch venue of choice with gamers braving the damp weather to get their hands on the shooter.

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