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LEGO Jurassic World game release date drops aside new trailer

LEGO Jurassic World game release date drops aside new trailer

Earlier this year, we detailed the upcoming LEGO Jurassic World video game. As the movie itself nears, we’ve finally gotten information on when we’ll be able to get the game itself: June 12. Alongside the announcement comes another trailer, as well, giving a further look at the game which we’ve previously seen in past trailers. As we previously heard, the LEGO Jurassic World video game will be based on all four movies in the franchise, including the new one that will be in theaters next month.

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Destiny patch 1.2.0 issues might delay House of Wolves

Destiny patch 1.2.0 issues might delay House of Wolves

Destiny players are probably quite hyped for the next DLC to land in their hands. After all, Bungie helped fuel that hype in the days leading to the launch. However, the developer might just poured cold water over gamers' passions by revealing a technical problem that could very well delay the arrival of House of Wolves next week. If this claim is true, Bungie might have avoided getting egg on its face, but naturally the rather vague statements have left some community members still feeling disappointed.

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Snakes on a phone: classic mobile time sink is back

Snakes on a phone: classic mobile time sink is back

Today, hundreds if not thousands of games proliferate our mobile markets, but the one game that really started it all seemingly never made it to the 21 century. That is, until today. Taneli Armanto, who claims to have created not "a", but "the" snake game on the early Nokia handsets, are taking you back to your youth with Snake Rewind. Of course, not it comes with all the trappings of a modern visual design, a mesmerizing soundtrack, ambiguous touchscreen controls, and, of course, in-app purchases.

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Nintendo World Championships to return in June

Nintendo World Championships to return in June

Nintendo has announced -- using a pretty cheesy video -- that it will be bringing back the Nintendo World Championships. This is the first time the gaming company has held such an event in 25 years, making it particularly notable, and it will be held in Los Angeles, California, on June 14. Nintendo announced the news today as part of an E3 teaser video. Nintendo also says that it will be having its next Digital Event on Tuesday, June 16 at 9AM.

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Must Have PS4 RPG Games in 2015

Must Have PS4 RPG Games in 2015

We're barely half way through the year, but the current gen PlayStation 4 is already teaming with games it probably makes your head hurt to count them all. And it isn't just the big titles either, with dozens of indie's carving their way into gamers' hearts. But if you're still on the look out for something to while your time away in front your faithful gaming companion, then take a gander at five of the best role-playing titles to grace the catalog of the PS4 this year. In order of appearance:

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Halo 5 Collector’s Edition leaked: huge and expensive

Halo 5 Collector’s Edition leaked: huge and expensive

It's still a good five months away before we start to #HuntTheTruth, but it seems that Halo fans will have something more to get excited about before that day comes. It's already expected that Halo 5: Guardians will have a limited Collection Edition set, but, thanks to Gamestop Italy, the public is now privy to what treasures that box hides inside. Aside from the Limited Edition of the Halo 5 game itself, it seems that the CE will also come with a large statue as well.

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NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

If some of the major companies in the gaming industry are to be believed, rentingstreaming games over the Internet is the future. Or at least the distant future. But while that type of business promises no downloads and no installs, it partly sacrifices quality on the altar of convenience. At least until today. NVIDIA is understandably proud to claim that it is the first in this part of the gaming industry, which admittedly doesn't have much key players yet, to offer game streaming in Full HD quality at smooth 60 fps rates on its GRID games on demand service.

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Castlevania creator crowdfunds new game, coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One

Castlevania creator crowdfunds new game, coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One

Kickstarter and its ilk have become dream makers for game developers, not just the occasional brilliant indie piece but even legends returning to their former glory. While that has been mostly the case in the West, the East is somewhat still catching up to the trend. We've seen Mighty No. 9 from Keiji Inafune of Rockman (Mega Man in the US) fame kick off in 2013. Now another Japanese legend is joining the fray. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a gothic side-scrolling action platformer from the game designer who knows that genre best: Koji Igarashi or IGA, creator of Castlevania.

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Megaman X, X2 played at the same time with same controller

Megaman X, X2 played at the same time with same controller

Some people have some insane skills. Some have an insane amount of time in their hands. And some are probably just insane. We still don't know under which category this latest YouTube gaming feat falls under, but it might as well be "all of the above". Not finding enough challenge in the Mega Man X and X2 games, YouTube user Aura Puffs took it upon himself to beat the game using the same controller, but not one after the other but at the very same time.

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SEGA will be taking down some of its mobile games

SEGA will be taking down some of its mobile games

SEGA announced today that it will be taking down some games from its back catalog that it says no longer meets its standards. The decision is said to have been made after evaluating its game titles, and is necessary for the general upkeep of the gamers experience. The entire announcement was shrouded in an air of secrecy, in that none of the games that are going to be removed have actually been named…meaning we don’t yet know what is on the chopping block. What we do know is that they’re mobile games, and they’ll be stripped from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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Five Nights at Freddy’s short video will scare you ahead of the movie

Five Nights at Freddy’s short video will scare you ahead of the movie

In case you somehow missed the news, the mobile horror game "Five Nights at Freddy's" will be making its way to the big screen. More details on that later. What we have in the meantime is a fan-created short video that has production quality far outpacing what we typically see in fan videos, and it offers a glimpse of the game's world that is simultaneously exciting and frightening. We don't yet know what to expect from the movie, but if it's anything like this, the future is looking bright.

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PlayStations with Silent Hills “P.T.” game banned from eBay

PlayStations with Silent Hills “P.T.” game banned from eBay

In the recent past there was a lot of excitement surrounding the playable trailer "P.T." and the promise of a new game called "Silent Hills". Everything about it was great right up until the moment when Konami decided to cancel the game and break a collective bunch of hearts. Joining the announcement was removal of the "P.T." trailer/game, meaning those who hadn't downloaded it were entirely out of luck. Many who had downloaded it did exactly what you'd expect: ran to eBay with their consoles, where their listings were promptly squashed.

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