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Sony missed out on PS4 and PS Vita versions of Titanfall

Sony missed out on PS4 and PS Vita versions of Titanfall

We all know that the game Titanfall is an exclusive for the Xbox and PC. You can't get the game on any Sony consoles now and may not ever be able to. Sony did have a chance to get Titanfall on the PS4 before the exclusive agreement was signed by Titanfall developer Respawn with Microsoft. Reports have surfaced that indicate Respawn reached out to Sony before signing that exclusive agreement.

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Xbox One tipped to get Xbox 360 emulator by Microsoft

Xbox One tipped to get Xbox 360 emulator by Microsoft

Xbox 360 gamers that upgraded to a new Xbox One have been wondering if the Xbox One will ever get an Xbox 360 emulator. The ability to run older Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One console would certainly make it more attractive and give it a leg up on the PS4. At the Microsoft Build developer conference, Microsoft's partner development lead Frank Savage talked a bit about a Xbox 360 emulator during a question and answer segment with the audience.

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Watch Dogs PC recommended specs include 8-core CPU and 8GB of RAM

Watch Dogs PC recommended specs include 8-core CPU and 8GB of RAM

There have been a couple very anticipated games announced for the PC and game consoles so far in 2014. One of the most anticipated games was Titanfall and it is now available for PC gamers. Another anticipated PC game is Watch Dogs. We already know a few of the minimum specs for Watch Dogs on the PC after they were tipped by the creative director of the game, Jonathan Morin.

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GBA games hit Wii U and 3DS: here’s the first wave

GBA games hit Wii U and 3DS: here’s the first wave

There’s a whole new (old) wave of games coming to Nintendo’s current collection of modern consoles. Both the GameBoy Advance and the Wii U will be getting a set of games throughout April, starting this week with Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, and Advance Wars. If you’ve played the last on that list of games, you know why the full collection of GameBoy Advance titles has been long awaited on a Nintendo digital front.

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