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GoldenEye 007 gets HD remake as Source engine mod

GoldenEye 007 gets HD remake as Source engine mod

First released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64, GoldenEye 007 became an instant classic. Its multiplayer features were unprecedented on consoles at the time, and the game alone was worth the price of the N64. Even before the original Halo, GoldenEye 007 was the forefather of console FPSes. Now, 19 years later, and with 10 years of work from dedicated fans, a complete HD remake is available on the PC, built with Valve’s Source engine.

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No Man’s Sky suffers launch issues on PC, patch incoming for PS4

No Man’s Sky suffers launch issues on PC, patch incoming for PS4

No Man's Sky is barely out of the gate on PC and already the release seems to be plagued with launch issues. Users are reporting issues that are negatively affecting performance on the PC version of the game, and there are currently so many negative reviews on the game's Steam page that it may be a good idea to wait a bit before taking the plunge on No Man's Sky.

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No Man’s Sky is now available on Steam and GOG

No Man’s Sky is now available on Steam and GOG

No Man's Sky has been the center of much discussion this week, finally launching on PlayStation 4 after a handful of disappointing delays. If PC is your preferred gaming platform, the wait was even longer (though only slightly), but your time has come at last: No Man's Sky has launched on PC, hitting the storefronts of Steam and GOG just a few minutes ago.

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Fan-made Pokemon Uranium is here, but it may not be around for long

Fan-made Pokemon Uranium is here, but it may not be around for long

We've still got a little while to wait before Pokemon Sun and Moon arrive for the 3DS, but if you're itching to go on a new Pokemon adventure, a new fan-made game might be just what you're looking for. Pokemon Uranium has finally launched on PC after spending a whopping nine years in development, but you may want to grab it quickly, because it might not be around for long.

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New No Man’s Sky exploit lets players duplicate the rarest items

New No Man’s Sky exploit lets players duplicate the rarest items

The highly anticipated game No Man's Sky was finally released this week, and now players have the opportunity to explore it near-limitless galaxy and estimated 18 quintillion planets. A big part of the game's focus is simply exploring these new worlds, cataloging the creatures found there, and collecting resources. However, as often happens in games like this during their initial launch, a bug has been discovered that allows players to earn a large amount of rare materials in a very short period of time.

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Rocket League’s new Rumble mode arrives in September

Rocket League’s new Rumble mode arrives in September

At this point, it's safe to say that Rocket League has been a major success. Even a year after launch, players still flock to the game, but if the Rocket League's standard competitive mode is starting to feel a little stale, never fear: developer Psyonix has revealed its intention to shake things up with a new game mode called Rumble, and it'll be landing on Xbox One, PS4, and PC in an update next month.

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Overwatch celebrates hitting 15 million player mark

Overwatch celebrates hitting 15 million player mark

Overwatch, as some of you may already know, has turned out to be one of the most popular releases of the year thus far. With the rabble created over the game's open beta shortly before launch, there wasn't any question that Overwatch was going to be a hit upon release, but today we're finding out just how much of a hit it's become. In its recent earnings report, Activision announced that Overwatch currently has more than 15 million players across all of its platforms.

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends enters open beta on PC

The Elder Scrolls: Legends enters open beta on PC

QuakeCon 2016 is officially underway, and Bethesda has kicked it off by making a pretty big announcement. The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Bethesda's effort to capture some of the massive audience drawn in by Hearthstone, has entered open beta on PC. The game was previously available as part of an invite-only closed beta, but now Bethesda has opened the floodgates, letting everyone who's interested have an early look at the game.

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StarCraft might be getting an HD remaster

StarCraft might be getting an HD remaster

In the realm of real-time strategy games, next to nothing beats the original StarCraft (unless you happen to be more of a WarCraft fan). Released way back in 1998, the game still has a dedicated fan base around the world, and it still sees professional play in a lot of gaming tournaments. It would appear that Blizzard has decided to dust off the old game and give it in an HD remaster, if new reports are to be believed.

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Disney brings Aladdin and other 16-bit classics to PC, Mac, and Linux

Disney brings Aladdin and other 16-bit classics to PC, Mac, and Linux

If you're like me and grew up in the 16-bit era of video games, then you'll probably remember Disney's collection of platformers fondly. Those games not only showed that good movie tie-ins can exist, but also what good platformers are made of. Make no mistake: Disney definitely had a hot streak back in the mid-90s, and now through its partnership with GOG.com, we can relive a few of those memories on PC.

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Overwatch Summer Games update adds new loot boxes, Lucioball mode

Overwatch Summer Games update adds new loot boxes, Lucioball mode

Overwatch is getting a pretty significant update in preparation for the 2016 Summer Olympics, which kick off later this week. The update - appropriately titled Summer Games 2016 - rolls out today and will run for the duration of the Olympics, and it's offering up new loot boxes and a new game mode that will be instantly familiar to Rocket League veterans.

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Disney Infinity servers close in March 2017, PC & mobile versions unplayable in September

Disney Infinity servers close in March 2017, PC & mobile versions unplayable in September

Back in May, Disney announced that it was ending production of its expansive Disney Infinity game series as it exited game publishing entirely. Now the company has detailed the shut down process for the game's online services, and simply put, it's a bit messy. Disney Infinity was released on so many different platforms, with several ways to buy it on PC alone, and it seems like there's different stages of the shut down for each version.

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