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Xbox One to get screenshot capability in 2015

Xbox One to get screenshot capability in 2015

If you are an Xbox One owner who is counting the days until your Xbox One gets the ability to take screen shots, you have a while to wait. Xbox head Phil Spencer recently confirmed that the ability to take a screen shot won't land for the Xbox One until 2015. Many Xbox One gamers were expecting that feature to land along with the update coming in December. Spencer blames the omission on the glut of new consoles expected to be purchased in December.

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Lindsay Lohan suit over GTA V beefed up by legal team

Lindsay Lohan suit over GTA V beefed up by legal team

Lindsay Lohan is one of those celebrities that are better known for self-imploding than for her acting these days. One of the things that gamers might know her for is her legal campaign against Take-Two Interactive over what she claims is her likeness used in promotional materials for the game without her consent. The original legal complaint was a 10-page offering and her legal team has now beefed up that complaint by filing a new 67 page document with courts.

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Star Wars: Battle Pod game heads to arcades in January

Star Wars: Battle Pod game heads to arcades in January

Bandai Namco Games has pulled the wraps off a fully functional arcade game in the Star Wars universe. The new arcade game is called Star Wars: Battle Pods and has gamers playing an arcade-exclusive game on a dome screen that envelops the player's entire area of sight. The Battle Pod will launch in the US in January 2015 and will then roll out globally in later months to participating arcades around the country.

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Diggin’ In the Carts takes a much needed look at game music

Diggin’ In the Carts takes a much needed look at game music

When you pick up a game or read a game review, chances are much of the focus is on the graphics and then on the gameplay (with story following at third, if there is one at all). But video game music can also make or break a game and is, more often than not, overlooked. Red Bull Music Academy is giving VGM, or video game music, a well-deserved and long overdue focus with its Diggin' In The Carts documentary.

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Assasin’s Creed movie will “respect the game”

Assasin’s Creed movie will “respect the game”

An Assasin’s Creed movie is on the way, and fans of the franchise are giddy with excitement. Even more exciting is Michael Fassbender, who is better known to comic-movie fans as Magneto, will be starring in the film adaptation of the game. So what can we expect from the game? Fassbender was coy in his response.

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Sony sued over game Killzone: Shadow Fall’s resolution

Sony sued over game Killzone: Shadow Fall’s resolution

Sony has been slapped with a lawsuit over the resolution of the game Killzone: Shadow Fall. The reason? It doesn't run at native 1080p in multiplayer mode, something the lawsuit claims Sony misled customers about. The plaintiff is Douglas Ladore of California.

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TMNT game for Xbox 360 Kinect spotted ahead of movie

TMNT game for Xbox 360 Kinect spotted ahead of movie

Rumor has it, Activision has a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game up its sleeve, which wouldn't be surprising given the upcoming movie launch. The game has cropped up online, where details can be ascertained from its cover and achievements list, hinting at what gamers can expect.

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Double Fine Kickstarter game Broken Age now on the iPad

Double Fine Kickstarter game Broken Age now on the iPad

Some would say that, like the game itself, the iPad version of Double Fine's high profile Kickstarter game "Broken Age" was a long time coming. Regardless whether iPad users felt entitled to it or not, considering it was never promised in the Kickstarter campaign initially, the game is here, or at least part of it.

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Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare hits PC June 24

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare hits PC June 24

Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is the first shooter in the PvZ franchise and it has been available for console gamers for a couple months now. PopCap Games the developers behind Garden Warfare have announced the launch date for the game on the PC platform. That launch date is set as June 24.

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Skylanders Trap Team lets gamers capture digital bad guys

Skylanders Trap Team lets gamers capture digital bad guys

One of the most popular game franchises that Activision has to its credit is Skylanders. The game franchise allows kids to bring real life action figures to life in the game by placing them on a portal. A new Skylanders game is now up for pre-order called Skylanders Trap Team and it has a new twist that is a first for the franchise.

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits Android devices

XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits Android devices

Fans of the XCOM game franchise on consoles will be glad to hear that one of the games in the franchise is now available for Android gamers. XCOM: Enemy Unknown is now on Google Play for download on select Android devices. 2K and Firaxis games says that the game will be coming soon to the Amazon Appstore as well. Enemy Unknown allows gamers to oversee combat strategies and individual unit tactics.

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Wolfenstein: The New Order pre-orders kick off on Steam

Wolfenstein: The New Order pre-orders kick off on Steam

Fans of the Wolfenstein game franchise should get out their credit card, the latest game in the franchise is now up for pre-order. Wolfenstein: The New Order can be pre-ordered on Steam for PC gamers right now. Pre-order pricing for the game is $59.99 and you get some extras for ordering early.

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