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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD rockets to 120,000 sales

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater HD rockets to 120,000 sales

Nostalgia is proving to be a powerful thing for gamers, with developer Robomodo confirming that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD has sold around 120,000 copies in its first week of availability. That number is pretty impressive on its own, but what makes it even more impressive is the fact that Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD hasn't yet launched on PC and PS3, meaning those numbers are for the Xbox 360 version alone. Robomodo's Josh Tsui tells Gamasutra that day-over-day sales of the downloadable title have been "staying very consistent" throughout its first week.

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Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition gets September release date

Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition gets September release date

Overhaul Games confirmed today that the PC version of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will be arriving on September 18. The Mac and iPad versions are also releasing sometime in September, but sadly Overhaul didn't want to talk specific dates for those versions. The Android version doesn't have a release date yet, but we're hoping that having a solid release date for the PC version means that the Android port will be following shortly after.

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Crysis 3 gets 20 minute interactive gameplay video

Crysis 3 gets 20 minute interactive gameplay video

Crytek and Electronic Arts have released a new Crysis 3 gameplay video, but this one isn't like the run-of-the-mill gameplay trailers we're used to. You see, not only is this trailer nearly 20 minutes long, but it's also interactive. Truth be told, it's more of a demo than it is a trailer, as it gives us a nice extended look at the multiple ways to play through Crysis 3.

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Steam hardware survey sees rise in lower-end PCs

Steam hardware survey sees rise in lower-end PCs

You would think that, as time goes on, more and more Steam users would be adopting better hardware for their PCs. The Steam hardware survey for June 2012 tells us that may not necessarily be the case, as the company actually saw an increase in lower-end PC use over past hardware surveys. Take, for instance, the number of computers that use Intel Integrated Graphics - while NVIDIA and ATI GPUs are still by far the most common, in June Steam saw the use of Intel Integrated Graphics rise to 11%.

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Advocacy group threatens legal action over Diablo III always-on DRM

Advocacy group threatens legal action over Diablo III always-on DRM

Diablo III has attracted a healthy amount of controversy since launch, with most of that controversy focused around the game's always-online requirement. Blizzard's announcement of the always-on DRM was met with considerable outcry from fans, and it caused plenty of problems on launch day, as Blizzard's Diablo III servers repeatedly crumbled under the stress of so many logins. It was enough to send any gamer into a rage, and now a German consumer advocacy group called the Federation of Consumer Organizations is looking to do something about it.

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Diablo III exploit makes Wizard characters invincible

Diablo III exploit makes Wizard characters invincible

A new exploit has been discovered in Diablo III that makes Wizard characters essentially invincible. The exploit reportedly works for both Softcore and Hardcore characters, which has some players up in arms and others scrambling to complete Hardcore more before Blizzard issues a fix. In the meantime, Blizzard has been removing forum posts that mention the exploit in a effort to keep the amount of people using it in-game to a minimum.

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Steam Summer Sale enters final day

Steam Summer Sale enters final day

This is it, folks. The Steam Summer Sale has entered its eleventh and final day, so in less than 24 hours, it'll be time to say goodbye. While that will likely be a relief for most Steam users, there are some tempting featured deals on offer for those who haven't purchased quite enough yet. As always, there are also flash deals and community choice deals up for grabs, so even though we've entered the final hours of the event, there are still plenty of sales to take advantage of before things wrap up entirely.

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Ubisoft: Desmond’s Assassin’s Creed days are numbered

Ubisoft: Desmond’s Assassin’s Creed days are numbered

We've seen quite a few Assassin's Creed releases since the first one hit shelves back in 2007, and even though we've met a lot of different characters along the way, one thing has remained the same: modern-day assassin Desmond Miles is constantly featured throughout the series. That may not be the case for much longer, however, as Assassin's Creed 3 creative lead Alex Hutchinson tells Polygon that the Desmond story line has to wrap up sooner or later, presumably with the series continuing after Desmond's tale has come to an end. According to Hutchinson, the Assassin's Creed series risks losing "resonance" with fans if Desmond's over-arcing story line continues on for too much longer.

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First Wasteland 2 screenshot revealed

First Wasteland 2 screenshot revealed

It's been a while since we've heard from Wasteland 2 and the folks at inXile. Ever since the game's Kickstarter campaign wrapped up on April 17, things have been mostly quiet, but Brian Fargo recently changed all of that by sharing the first screenshot for Wasteland 2. Sure, we've had a glimpse at concept art before, but this is an actual screenshot from within the game. Have a look at the screen below.

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Battlefield 3: Armored Kill gets new gameplay trailer

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill gets new gameplay trailer

Depending on who you ask, Battlefield 3 is the game to beat when it comes to military shooters. There's just one tiny problem: while Activision and Treyarch have really stepped it up with their Modern Warfare 3 DLC offerings, EA and DICE have been falling behind with Battlefield 3's. Sure, we've got Back to Karkand and Close Quarters, but those didn't really add anything that plays to the grand scale we know Battlefield is capable of. Enter Armored Kill, which takes the battle from cramped indoor locations and moves it to sprawling outdoor arenas that are perfect for some vehicular combat.

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