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Destiny: The Taken King to launch in September with new subclasses, raid

Destiny: The Taken King to launch in September with new subclasses, raid

Big news for Destiny players today! It seems a significant amount of marketing material for the next expansion to the open-world FPS game has leaked, presumably just before an official announcement at E3 next week. Titled The Taken King, the new add-on seems to feature much more content than Destiny's previous two expansions, including new subclasses, a new raid and boss, and possibly even a new enemy race. The info also states The Taken King will see release on September 15th, with a price of $40 in the US.

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Mega Man Legacy preserves the past by playing in the present

Mega Man Legacy preserves the past by playing in the present

Capcom announces the Mega Man Legacy Collection, letting it be known that they'll not just be stopping here when it comes to restoring the classics. Just like we've got restoration for comic books, and we've got preservation efforts in place to keep historic buildings intact, so too will Capcom - and the rest of the gaming industry - bring back, restore, and rejuvenate classic video games from our past. This effort brings the original six Mega Man games to our present for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo 3DS, and PC this summer.

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Final Fantasy Tactics now available from Google Play

Final Fantasy Tactics now available from Google Play

The game Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions is now available for download from the Google Play Store. The game was launched by Square Enix on Thursday, and it is rated “E” for Everyone. Says the maker, this was the series’ first tactical RPG, and it was released back in 1997. The game then made another appearance after being released — again — in 2007 for the PSP, garnering itself a larger fan base. Now mobile users can enjoy it, too.

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Star Wars: Uprising mobile game tells post-Return of the Jedi story

Star Wars: Uprising mobile game tells post-Return of the Jedi story

As the release date for The Force Awakens draws nearer, Disney and Lucasfilm have just announced a new Star Wars mobile game that will fill in some of the story between the new movie and the original trilogy. While it may be difficult to expect a RPG on mobile be anything better than mediocre, Star Wars: Uprising has high ambitions, and even though there are free-to-play elements, the story being told is part of the universe's new canon.

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Pac-Man, Tetris and more inducted into Video Game Hall of Fame

Pac-Man, Tetris and more inducted into Video Game Hall of Fame

Some of the most recognizable and beloved video games have been inducted into the World Video Game Hall of Fame, it has been announced. There are six games in total that have received the honor, and they are comprised of Pac-Man, Tetris, Pong, Super Mario Bros., Doom, and World of Warcraft. The games are said to have received this honor for more than one reason, the biggest one being that they've "transcended the world of gaming" to have a larger impact on the world as a whole.

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PS4’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection confirmed for October release

PS4’s Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection confirmed for October release

Only a few hours after gamers caught wind of the announcement via a PlayStation Store slip-up, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection has been confirmed and is scheduled for release on October 9th. The PlayStation 4 game will be a remastered collection of the first three titles in the series that were released on the PS3, Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, and Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception. The announcement also included a trailer for the action-adventure trilogy, which you can check out below.

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PlayStation Store accidentally reveals Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

PlayStation Store accidentally reveals Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

Ah yes, in this age of the internet, the accident of posting things early is nearly an everyday occurrence. From tech giants like Apple and Samsung putting product shots on their website early, to game makers like Bethesda, who only a day ago briefly opened the official site for Fallout 4 before the scheduled unveiling. Well, today was the PlayStation Store's turn, as a banner ad for Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on PlayStation 4 was spotted on the mobile version of the North American Website. Oops.

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Skylanders: SuperChargers game to arrive in September

Skylanders: SuperChargers game to arrive in September

Activision has another Skylanders game in the works, it has been announced, with the release date being set for September 20. The game — which is called Skylanders SuperChargers — will be sold as a starter pack bundle that includes the game itself, three characters, and a game portal. A slew of new vehicles will be joining it, and previously launched characters — all 300 or so of them — will be supported by the new game. The SuperChargers designation, however, comes from the fact that the new vehicles includes a character that does some super charging.

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Bethesda’s Fallout 4 coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, first trailer released

Bethesda’s Fallout 4 coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC, first trailer released

24 hours after game developer Bethesda posted a countdown timer on its website, the clock has run down and now it's officially official: Fallout 4 will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. No release date has announced yet, however the official sites for the game now show the first trailer, as well as direct users to keep an out for Bethesda's E3 press conference on June 14th, scheduled for 7:00pm PT.

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Nintendo denies rumored Android plans for “NX”

Nintendo denies rumored Android plans for “NX”

Yesterday rumor surfaced that Nintendo is considering using Android for its upcoming codenamed "NX" console. Such information came from Nikkei -- where it tends to surface -- and as expected Nintendo has cropped up to deny the rumor. Of course, this same pattern has played out before -- Nikkei making a claim and then Nintendo denying it -- and so whether the rumor is true is still anyone's guess. Nintendo says no, the rumor mill disagrees, and ultimately you just shouldn't get your hopes too high.

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