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Electronic Arts reveals release date for Battlefield 3: Armored Kill

Electronic Arts reveals release date for Battlefield 3: Armored Kill

After weeks of teasing, Battlefield 3's latest DLC pack, Armored Kill, finally has a release date. Actually, Armored Kill has a total of four release dates, with PlayStation 3 players getting it before everyone else. PlayStation 3 players who are also subscribed to Battlefield Premium will be the very first to get Armored Kill, with the DLC launching for them on September 4th.

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Visceral shares new Dead Space 3 screenshots

Visceral shares new Dead Space 3 screenshots

We still have about five months to wait until Dead Space 3 finally arrives (yes, it's still that far off), but Visceral Games and Electronic Arts been kind enough to share a collection of brand new screenshots to help tide us over. There are 10 in all, and they give glimpse at a variety of different things including Necromorphs, space, and even a couple new weapons. There are also some images of Isaac himself in his new armor, and we have to say he's looking pretty good for a person who has been through two horrific encounters with the Necromorphs.

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Ubisoft claims 93-95% piracy rate on its PC games

Ubisoft claims 93-95% piracy rate on its PC games

Piracy on PC is a big deal for publishers, but Ubisoft always seems to be in the spotlight when there's a new story on piracy or DRM. It's hardly a secret that Ubisoft has major issues with piracy, but before it's never really gotten down to hard numbers. Today, that changed in an interview with GamesIndustry International, in which Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said that Ubisoft experiences a piracy rate of 93-95% on its PC games.

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Black Isle apparently rises from the dead, everyone is confused

Black Isle apparently rises from the dead, everyone is confused

In today's installment of The Wacky World of Gaming, it appears that the once-beloved Black Isle Studios is back. We haven't heard from the studio since 2003, when parent company Interplay shut it down, but now it seems that Interplay has decided to revive it. Details are still very scarce, with the newly launched website only announcing that the studio has returned and inviting visitors to sign up for a mailing list.

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Rockstar deals another round of Grand Theft Auto V screens

Rockstar deals another round of Grand Theft Auto V screens

On Monday, Rockstar gave us a trio of screenshots from Grand Theft Auto V, and teased that more were coming later on in the week. That time has apparently arrived, as Rockstar has treated us to yet another group of screenshots. Whereas Monday's screenshots gave us a look at the various modes of transportation found in the game (including a fighter jet!), this new set offers a glimpse at some of the leisure activities you can (presumably) partake in.

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PopCap co-founder confirms round of layoffs

PopCap co-founder confirms round of layoffs

Sad news for a number of folks working at PopCap today, as studio co-founder John Vechey has announced a round of North American layoffs. The bad news doesn't stop there either, as Vechey also says that the studio is being forced to "evaluate the future of our PopCap office in Dublin, Ireland." There seems to be a chance of the Dublin offices shutting down entirely, which only makes the news go from bad to worse.

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Grand Theft Auto V gets a trio of teaser screenshots

Grand Theft Auto V gets a trio of teaser screenshots

If you're been searching the web as frequently as you can for information on Grand Theft Auto V, we have some good news and some bad news for you. The good news is that Rockstar has decided to release three new screenshots from the game. The bad news is that we can't tell much from these screenshots, as they've been made intentionally nondescript by Rockstar.

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Beta sign-up for The Witcher 2 modding tools now live

Beta sign-up for The Witcher 2 modding tools now live

Ask any PC gamer what makes the platform so great, and (after bragging about the hardware in their rig) mods are bound to come up at one point or another. After the immense success of The Witcher 2, CD Projekt Red is ready to open the game to modders, giving players the opportunity to create their own adventures set within the Witcher universe. It's an exciting prospect to be sure, and if you're interested in CDP's REDKit, you may be pleased to know that you can now sign-up for the beta.

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