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The Order 1886 brings steampunk exclusive to PlayStation 4

The Order 1886 brings steampunk exclusive to PlayStation 4

This week at E3 2013, the folks at Ready At Dawn studios have shown a title that'd been just whispered of before today - The Order: 1886. This game will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive title and will follow a band of steampunk-like characters heading in to battle with what appears to be an age-old stagecoach. Once they reach a bump in the road, on the other hand, a bit more appears than meets the eye.

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PlayStation 4 console hardware official: lean back

PlayStation 4 console hardware official: lean back

This week the folks at Sony have made the console official for the PlayStation 4 - not just a box, but something a bit more sharp. This machine doesn't take on any new specifications here at the start of the week at E3, but here with the reveal of the machine, the keynote just got a whole lot more interesting. For those of you just joining in on the PlayStation 4 journey, this is the second PlayStation 4 keynote address of the year but the first in which we've seen the device.

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Mad Catz Project MOJO Android gaming console aims at OUYA with Tegra 4

Mad Catz Project MOJO Android gaming console aims at OUYA with Tegra 4

This week the folks at Mad Catz have made it clear that they'll be joining the Android In The Living Room fad with a gaming console known as Project MOJO. This device will take on a form not unlike the gaming console known as OUYA and will also be going into competition with the BlueStacks machine GamePop. Each of these machines have one thing in common: they're relying on Google's mobile operating system Android to do the software work.

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Xbox One privacy concerns assuaged by Microsoft in “always on” explanation

Xbox One privacy concerns assuaged by Microsoft in “always on” explanation

Microsoft wasn't terribly clear on certain aspects of the Xbox One upon its unveiling, and one area that raised concerns was a claim that the device was "always on," serving as a type of spy in your living room listening to your conversations and peeking at your activities. Microsoft made a couple attempts to clear up some of these concerns last month, but today has detailed privacy specifics that gamers can expect from their next-gen console.

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Diablo III headed to consoles in September: PS4 and Xbox One still possible

Diablo III headed to consoles in September: PS4 and Xbox One still possible

As Blizzard Entertainment lets it be known that their decade-long awaited title Diablo III has been optimized for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, a release date is dropped well within the ream of next-generation console detail. With September third on the books, the devil-bashing game is set to bring web-connected-only action to both consoles with whispers of a re-release for the future. Could it be that this game would continue to be released next year, as well?

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Why I Love Xbox One’s Design

Why I Love Xbox One’s Design

The Xbox One is under attack. Critics from all over the globe are saying that its “liquid black” finish and its boxy appearance make it a major design bore. Even the Kinect, they say, is too simple in its design to be worth putting in the average person’s entertainment center. All in all, it just doesn’t work.

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Xbox One release date may appear at E3 in Microsoft’s second wave

Xbox One release date may appear at E3 in Microsoft’s second wave

Now that the Xbox One has been revealed, it's time to begin speaking about when the device will actually be released to the market. This week the Xbox One (code-named Durango or otherwise Xbox 720) was shown with several details including those surrounding the device's innards, but as far as official word of its real final market release goes, Microsoft has been essentially mum.

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