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Call of Duty: Ghosts software update brings PS4, PS3 performance boost

Call of Duty: Ghosts software update brings PS4, PS3 performance boost

The first-person shooter game currently ripping up the charts, Call of Duty: Ghosts, has just received a variety of patches to improve gameplay for PS3 as well as PS4. Although the game is already getting top-spot reviews by the gamer community, there were a few remaining issues relating to spam, stability, screen views, and the dog. The fixes are available as of today.

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PlayStation 3, Vita, Nintendo 3DS to get new “Persona” games

PlayStation 3, Vita, Nintendo 3DS to get new “Persona” games

Fans of the long-running Persona series of role-playing games and animes are in for a triple helping of new material. Atlus, the maker of the games, announced the upcoming titles one at a time over the course of this weekend's Persona event. Their Japan releases will be staggered over the coming 12 months.

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The Walking Dead Game of the Year Edition launches

The Walking Dead Game of the Year Edition launches

The Walking Dead is one of the most popular shows on TV. With the huge popularity of the television show and comic books, it was no surprise then Telltale Games launched a video game based on the franchise. That game proved to be very popular selling a million copies as of May 2013.

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Watch Dogs fan film brings game to life ahead of 2014 launch

Watch Dogs fan film brings game to life ahead of 2014 launch

Video game fan filmmaker Infectious Designer has posted a fan film based on the upcoming game Watch Dogs. The six-minute short features Watch Dogs protagonist hacker Aiden Pearce moving about the open-world environment taking on random objectives as he sees fit. It also features "Hacker Girl," representing another game player. Together the two cooperate--and then compete--to take down a group of thugs using near-futuristic hacking and good old fashioned buttkickery--with a little bit of parkour for good measure.

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Destiny beta hits PS4 and PS3 consoles first

Destiny beta hits PS4 and PS3 consoles first

One of the most anticipated games for the new PS4 game console and the old PS3 is Destiny from Bungie. Bungie has been telling gamers for a while if they pre-order the game they can get in on the Beta. Bungie announced this week that the beta for Destiny would come first to the Sony PS4 and PS3 game consoles.

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BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1 now available

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1 now available

If you're a fan of the video game BioShock Infinite, a new game add on is available today. The BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 1 DLC is available for download globally right now on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC. Burial at Sea goes back in time in the BioShock franchise taking gamers to Rapture, the setting for the very first game in the BioShock franchise.

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Sony announces PS3 sales hit 80 million units globally

Sony announces PS3 sales hit 80 million units globally

Sony has announced that the PS3 game console has hit a significant sales milestone around the world. It's hard to believe that the PS3 has been on the market for seven years now, it doesn't seem like that long. Sony has announced that the PlayStation 3 game console has now sold 80 million units globally.

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Are Consoles Pushing Gamers to the PC?

Are Consoles Pushing Gamers to the PC?

There are PC gamers and there are console gamers. The console gamers would rather not get involved with PC gaming, while PC gamers look at those who invest and consoles and can’t help but wonder why they would invest in a device that won’t change over a significant period of time.

Years ago, PC gamers and console gamers stayed within their silos and didn’t even consider coming out. After all, to be a PC gamer was a badge of honor. And to play console games was to say that investing in new GPUs and high-end keyboards and mice was a mistake.

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Xbox 360 takes hit as PlayStation 3 becomes top US console

Xbox 360 takes hit as PlayStation 3 becomes top US console

Microsoft has enjoyed a long run as maker of the most popular video game console in the United States, with the Xbox 360 consistently trumping Sony's console month after month. All good things comes to an end, however, and the Xbox 360's reign is over -- for now, at least -- with the latest numbers showing the PlayStation 3 as the nation's top video game system.

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Grand Theft Auto Online update fixes progress loss issue for PlayStation 3

Grand Theft Auto Online update fixes progress loss issue for PlayStation 3

Following the latest Grand Theft Auto Online update that Rockstar Games pushed out, another has followed, again for the PlayStation 3 with a promise that Xbox 360 owners will get it by tomorrow. This latest update fixes the problem gamers have had with progress loss, and brings with it some "technical fixes, tweaks and enhancements." Only part of the progress loss issue persists, and will be fixed in another update.

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GTA V jacks seven Guinness World Records

GTA V jacks seven Guinness World Records

Grand Theft Auto V has been a raging success for Rockstar. The game was the fastest title to reach $1 billion in sales ever. GTA V also was one of the most successful games in its first 24 hours reaching over $800 million within its first day. The official world record people from Guinness World Records have now announced that GTA V has grabbed seven official world records.

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Grand Theft Auto Online update hits PS3, Xbox 360 coming soon

Grand Theft Auto Online update hits PS3, Xbox 360 coming soon

Those waiting for the update to get up and running with Grand Theft Auto Online for GTAV can begin hitting the download button immediately - supposing they're working with a PlayStation 3, that is. The Xbox 360 update to the GTA Online universe will be released soon - if not as soon as this afternoon. These update will both bring about major stability fixes for the game and (hopefully) will allow more players to actually log in in the first place.

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