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BlizzCon 2013 tickets become available on April 24th and April 27th

BlizzCon 2013 tickets become available on April 24th and April 27th

Blizzard has announced that BlizzCon 2013 tickets will go on sale April 24th and April 27th. These tickets will give gamers access to Blizzard's annual (minus 2012) BlizzCon event which takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California. The event is set to take place on November 8th and November 9th. In those two days, gamers will be able to enjoy a full weekend's worth of events and activities.

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Lamborghini Pregunta prototype on sale for $2.1M

Lamborghini Pregunta prototype on sale for $2.1M

The Lamborghini Pregunta, which made its debut at the 1998 Paris Auto Show, is now up for sale for 1.6 million euros, or $2.1 million. It was acquired by Autodrome, a French seller of rare and classic cars, who retrieved the Pregunta from the Italian branch of the French specialist of prototype cars, Carrosserie Hueliez. The Pregunta was the result of an order placed back in the 90's with Hueliez for an one-off concept car that was based off a Diablo development car donated by Lamborghini.

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Marvel Heroes MMO to launch in June

Marvel Heroes MMO to launch in June

Gazillion Entertainment is the developer behind a newly announced free to play MMO game based on the Marvel superhero universe. The video game is called Marvel Heroes and will launch globally on June 4, 2013. While the game is free to play, there are several Marvel Heroes Founders Program packages available to give fans of the game early access and some extra in game content.

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EA offers all SimCity owners a free game

EA offers all SimCity owners a free game

EA's SimCity launched with disastrous results. EA wanted to prevent piracy of the game, so they added the Always-On DRM feature that would require players to login to its online servers in order to play their game. While the Always-On DRM feature is good for protecting against piracy, it resulted in an unmitigated login disaster for SimCity. Many gamers were unable to login, downloads were severely slow, people weren't able to unlock their games, and many were unable to enjoy a game they've anticipated for so long.

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BlizzCon 2013 will be taking place November 8th and 9th

BlizzCon 2013 will be taking place November 8th and 9th

Blizzard has just announced its annual gaming convention that many gamers look forward to every year. The 7th BlizzCon gaming convention, BlizzCon 2013, has been confirmed to be taking place from Friday, November 8th, to Saturday, November 9th at its usual location, the Anaheim Convention Center. Ticket pricing and availability should be announced in the next few months. The ticket prices has varied in the last few years, with 2009 tickets going for $125 and 2011 tickets selling for $175. Who knows if Blizzard will raise it again this year. With your ticket purchase, you will also receive the famous swag bag that contains collectible items as well as Blizzard merchandise.

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Infinity Blade’s future cut short: Epic drops Impossible Studios

Infinity Blade’s future cut short: Epic drops Impossible Studios

Over at Epic Gamers there's been an announcement by its founder that the studio formerly known as Impossible Studios will be closed from this point forward. This is the developer umbrella under which the Apple "game of choice" title "Infinity Blade" lived up until now, with the next title in this series "Infinity Blade: Dungeons" now stopped in development indefinitely. The future of the current duo of Infinity Blade games has not yet been commented on.

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Splashtop aims for Project SHEILD functionality with streaming PC gaming

Splashtop aims for Project SHEILD functionality with streaming PC gaming

This week the folks at Splashtop have announced the Configurable Shortcuts and Gamepad app for both iPads and high-powered Android tablets, this bringing a whole new chapter to PC gaming streaming in the mobile universe. Splashtop has been working as a remote desktop app for several years now, allowing both iOS and Android mobile devices view and work with desktop machines running Windows and Apple's Mac OS X. Gamepad functionality takes on what the recently announced NVIDIA Project SHIELD hardware aims to do with virtualized streaming PC game playing on a mobile device and, instead of working with one piece of hardware, spreads it to a collection of tablets.

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