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Archive for 10 November 2011


EverQuest 2 will be fully free-to-play in December

EverQuest 2 had already dipped its toe in free-to-play waters, but now it’s going to dive right in.

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Witcher 2′s digital sales figures, revealed

Digital sales figures for games are all-too-often covered by a veil of secrecy (Steam, for example, has a specific policy not to release that information).

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Activision apologises for poor Call of Duty Elite service

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 launched this week (I know, it came out of nowhere), accompanied by the new Call of Duty Elite premium subscription service.

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Limbo coming to Mac, sells one million

The existential platforming horror that is Limbo (don’t worry, that’s a compliment) is hopping to another platform, in the form of the Mac.

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Fresh Firefall trailer has guns and gliders

The ever lush and vibrant looking Firefall has a new trailer, showing the kinds of things you can get up to in Red 5 Studio’s online, multiplayer world.

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Indie Royale launches second games bundle

If you’re a PC gamer with a disposable income, the chances are high that you have a massive backlog of ‘to play, one day’ games.

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Imposters to flood Gotham City in January

The thousands of people who own and wear Batman-underpants can rejoice this January, as Gotham City Imposters will cater to their unusual preoccupations.

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Assassin’s Creed to come without always-on DRM

Ubisoft have confirmed that Assassin’s Creed: Revelations will ship on PC without the controversial always-on DRM system. Further, Ubisoft have hinted that they will be moving away from the system entirely in the future.

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Skyrim Moments #1: Battling a Dragon [Video]

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Ever wondered what it would be like to go face-to-face with a dragon?

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Dead Island patch increases level cap, reduces damage

Rolled out last night, the patch aims to fix a wide number of issues and further tweak the core gameplay.

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Activision share price drops due to Warcraft’s problems

Earlier in the week we reported that over one million players have ceased playing World of Warcraft in the past year.

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EA: There will be Battlefield 4

We’ve barely had enough time to fully digest the exhaustive nature of Battlefield 3′s multiplayer, but EA are already talking about the existence of the next game.

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Huge Fifa 12 patch rolling out today

EA have released a massive (MASSIVE) patch for Fifa 12 on PC and Mac today, it’s expected to hit consoles later this evening.

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Star Trek Online free to play dated

Perfect World Entertainment has announced that Star Trek Online free to play will launch on 17 January 2012.

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Still a Golden Formula? Modern Warfare 3 [Review]

No matter which way you look at it, Call of Duty is the runaway success story of this generation; Activision has created a franchise in which each and every entry will invariably shift 20 million or more units.

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