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inFamous: Second Son PS4 Field Report round-up

inFamous: Second Son PS4 Field Report round-up

The game inFamous: Second Son is coming on quick, readied for the PlayStation 4 exclusively by Sony Computer Entertainment and developed by Sucker Punch Productions. This past week a super-secret event was held in Los Angeles where a number of hardcore gaming websites were asked to come demo the newest inFamous title in-person. What we've done here is to collect some of the key responses to the game that we've found that we expect will help users gain a greater understanding of how this game will play out - and if it'll be worth playing.

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Xbox One controller headset and headphones adapter unveiled: BYOH

Xbox One controller headset and headphones adapter unveiled: BYOH

It's time for the bring-your-own-headset change-over in the Xbox One Wireless Controller environment. Xbox Live's Major Nelson let it be known this week that they'd be bringing this simple adapter device to the market for all users wishing to click-in their own headsets rather than buying Xbox One-specific audio devices only. This was one of our only complaints about the Xbox One Wireless Controller in our original Xbox One Review - looks like it's almost time to made an addendum!

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Worms Battlegrounds coming to both PS4 and Xbox One

Worms Battlegrounds coming to both PS4 and Xbox One

While we're still not entirely solid on how - or if it makes a difference how - the game will be published through the PlayStation 4, we have been made aware that Worms Battlegrounds will be amongst the first self-published games on the Xbox One. This publishing will be done through Microsoft's ID@Xbox program and the game will be released sometime inside 2014. The same is true for the PlayStation 4 version of this Worms title, both titles coming from the developers at Team 17.

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Titanfall Beta imminent: minimum specs for PC ushered in

Titanfall Beta imminent: minimum specs for PC ushered in

Just this afternoon Vince Zampella from the developer group Respawn let it be known what the minimum specifications would be for the PC version of the mech-driving game Titanfall. This is a widely-anticipated title made for both the PC and the Xbox One, with a beta coming up for both platforms some time this month. While the final game is set to be released in March, users are already testing the Alpha (and near-Beta) right this minute.

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Xbox One “cheaper” model coming in 2014

Xbox One “cheaper” model coming in 2014

Another source has stepped forward with information about an Xbox One model that may very well be appearing later this year with a price that's ever-so-slightly less expensive than the current singular model. This release would suggest that Microsoft has some wiggle-room when it comes to delivering a fully immersive experience with the console by taking out a few less-than-necessary components.

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Xbox One’s Killer Instinct shuffle gets regular: Thunder cracks

Xbox One’s Killer Instinct shuffle gets regular: Thunder cracks

Back when the Xbox One was first launched, Microsoft Studios and Double Helix suggested that there'd be a fairly regular switch-out of the characters that'd be able to be played in the most basic iteration of the game Killer Instinct. This game is the first free-to-play fighting game to be offered with any of the next-generation consoles, Xbox One, Wii U, and PlayStation 4 included, pushing it to be the subject of extra scrutiny on the part of the gaming community in a large way.

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Watch Dogs pre-order cancellation a simple error: no need to freak

Watch Dogs pre-order cancellation a simple error: no need to freak

This morning a report was delivered about order cancellations for the game Watch Dogs, a title set to be delivered some time in early 2014. This game had been delayed in the past, so it would have been a relatively large deal if the game were delayed any further than it already had been. The good news is that the cancellations were due to an error in Gamestop's software, not due to the game not being deliverable on time.

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This 13GB patch says you need internet to play games from now on

This 13GB patch says you need internet to play games from now on

Last year when we first caught wind that we'd be testing out NVIDIA SHIELD and its next-level PC game streaming abilities, the first question we had to ask was: will we need internet to do it? As it turned out - yes and no - it was a lot easier to do the whole hookup process and teaming with Steam if we had the web connected constantly, but after that, we could work without it. But there, as here and now with the latest patch for a major game on Xbox One, there is a point at which the creators assume high-speed internet is a given.

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iBuyPower: Steam Machines will battle consoles, not PCs

iBuyPower: Steam Machines will battle consoles, not PCs

Each Steam Machine coming to the market later this year will be unique - that's the message we're getting from groups like iBuyPower and Falcon Northwest here in the first month of the year. Speaking with the creators of the SteamOS devices that'll be arriving inside the second half of the year, it would seem as though they've got some time to fill - it's Valve, after all, that'll be deciding when the devices are actually allowed to be released as it's Valve that has to release the final software build and the Steam Controllers that go with the machines for final market readiness. Today we're looking at what iBuyPower is doing, specifically, to make their Steam Machine an ideal release.

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