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Guitar Hero Live makes you an actual (digital) rock star

Guitar Hero Live makes you an actual (digital) rock star

The Guitar Hero franchise seems to have more life than actual rock stars. A full decade in, a typical band would have retired or split up for solo projects. Not Guitar Hero, though. Ten years old and a full five years or so since its last release, Guitar Hero Live is coming your way. Not a reboot, Guitar Hero Live is more than a game — it’s a platform. Along with the new-look game, you’ll also get access to GHTV, Guitar Hero’s play-along collection of videos.

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Halo 5 Guardians ad wants you to Hunt the Truth October 27

Halo 5 Guardians ad wants you to Hunt the Truth October 27

The latest ad for the upcoming Halo 5 Guardians game is sending chills down fans spines. Aside from stepping up the suspense in what is being regarded as a twist to the franchise' iconic protagonist, the ad also reveals the exact date of the game's launch. With the hashtag #HUNTtheTRUTH, gamers are cautioned that the truth is never what it seems, hinting that even this short clip might nowhere be close to the truth. What that truth is, gamers will find out 27th October this year.

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Pillars of Eternity launches: a new take on an old legacy

Pillars of Eternity launches: a new take on an old legacy

Very few Kickstarter projects can claim to be the second most crowdfunded RPG game in history, fourth when you include all other game-related campaigns. But Pillars of Eternity, which was called Project Eternity back then, can definitely lay claim to that title. Although almost exactly a year late in their promised delivery time, the game from the designers of some of the world's best loved computer RPGs, like Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale, has finally gone gold and is now available to backers and buyers alike.

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Fan-made Half-Life 2: Update mod gets steamy on Steam

Fan-made Half-Life 2: Update mod gets steamy on Steam

Who says you can't make it big just with game modding? While some game developers frown upon the act of modifying a released game, and even more on the act of releasing said mods, others have embraced the reality of this gaming sub-culture. And others, well, they might even reward you for it. Valve has not only sanctioned the mod that is now officially known as Half-Life 2: Update, it is even allowing it to be distributed on Steam. Provided, of course, you own the original game on Steam as well.

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Google tipped to bring ‘Ingress’ game to TV

Google tipped to bring ‘Ingress’ game to TV

Google's Ingress, the brainchild of its Niantic Labs game studio that was launched a handful of years ago, is a game that mixes the digital world with the real one involving people all over the world, and it has proven widely successful. Many people play the game daily, and that popularity is spurring Google take Ingress further, at least according to some sources that have cropped up. If the word going around is correct, Niantic Labs will be turning the game into a television show.

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Halo Online closed beta launches in Russia

Halo Online closed beta launches in Russia

The latest announcement for the Halo world will leave PC gamers anywhere but Russia feeling left out. 343 Industries has announced that it has been working on a project with partners Saber Interactive and Innova Systems called Halo Online. Halo Online is an all-new and completely free multiplayer PC experience that will launch in Russia.

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How NOT to play space invaders: with a laser-cutter

How NOT to play space invaders: with a laser-cutter

Space Invaders is right up there in the gaming hall of fame, together with the likes of Pong and Pac-man, which have sparked the imagination and creativity of many young ones, despite or even probably because of the simplistic 8-bit style. And when it comes to imagination and creativity, nothing beats this new generation of makers and their tools. Like this one Martin Raynsford, who turned an essential tool that he uses for work into, what else, a physical, real, and probably really dangerous game of Space Invaders.

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Motion Tennis arrives to turn your Android into a Wiimote

Motion Tennis arrives to turn your Android into a Wiimote

In 2013, Rolocule Games revealed its fancy new Rolomotion Technology that turned data from a smartphone's sensors into accurate gestures. Back then, it demonstrated this idea by turning an iPhone and AirPlay combo into a Wii-like tennis game. Last year, it did the same, only with an Android smartphone and a Chromecast. Fast-forward to today, the game developer is finally releasing the app to the public and for free! It is even promising an interesting new feature coming soon for Android fans in an upcoming update.

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Google Feud game lets you guess autocomplete queries Family Feud style

Google Feud game lets you guess autocomplete queries Family Feud style

Have you ever been baffled by Google's autocomplete suggestions, or can you autocomplete with the best of them? If you are looking for a new and quick Internet game, then Google Feud is for you. It's deceptively simple and surprisingly addictive to play. In this Family Feud-style game, you can guess how Google autocompletes its queries for points. It's fun to play alone, but it would be more fun in a room full of friends. It could also make a great drinking game if you're a college student in your twenties and into that sort of thing.

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Amazon Game Studios bringing four titles to iOS

Amazon Game Studios bringing four titles to iOS

The Fire Phone was a flop. Part of the potential allure of the Fire Phone was its four-camera array, which was meant to give a depth to gaming without the need for clumsy headsets. Still, the Fire Phone was an overall terrible device, and consumers saw right through it. Amazon Game Studios, who designed games exclusively for Fire devices, will be bringing some of their games to iOS. No release date has been announced yet, and we should expect them to cost north of $5 each.

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