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Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack vinyl to launch next year

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack vinyl to launch next year

Vinyls are popular right now, and we’ve seen more than a few special edition soundtracks appear because of this popularity. The latest among them is a vinyl version of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time soundtrack with special artwork and colored vinyl. The vinyl release will be accompanied by a digital soundtrack, which itself will be available earlier next year than the vinyl’s second-quarter 2017 release date.

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DOOM free update 5 adds Infernal Run multiplayer mode and bots

DOOM free update 5 adds Infernal Run multiplayer mode and bots

DOOM has turned out to be one of the coolest games launched this year and Bethesda has been making gamers even happier about the game with free updates since launch. Free update five is now available and it adds in some cool new features that players will be thrilled about. One of the biggest additions in the update is a new multiplayer mode.

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Nintendo Switch running Zelda: Breath of the Wild showed off on Fallon

Nintendo Switch running Zelda: Breath of the Wild showed off on Fallon

Nintendo has been teasing us about the Switch game console with bits and pieces of data here and there. The most recent release came when Nintendo President Reggie Fils-Aime went on the Jimmy Fallon show and took the Switch console with him. The big news here isn't another glimpse at the Switch hardware, it's the game Fallon got to play.

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Sony Project Field merges card games with tablets and phones

Sony Project Field merges card games with tablets and phones

Sony has introduced a new game platform currently only slated for Japan: Project Field. Much like Disney Infinity and Nintendo Amiibo, the system involves a dedicated pad that connects with a device (in this case, a tablet or phone) and enables physical items (game cards) to be used as part of a quasi-digital game. Data can be written to the cards (once they're placed on the base pad) including things like the character evolution for the card.

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Capcom will focus on reviving older game franchises in 2017

Capcom will focus on reviving older game franchises in 2017

As we’ve previously reported, 2017 will bring Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite, but it’ll also mark the revival of some other older game franchises. Capcom said as much on Monday when it announced the aforementioned game’s planned late 2017 release date. Which ‘dormant IP’ will get attention from Capcom wasn’t revealed, though, and there may not be any solid plans in place at this time.

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Oculus Touch launch game lineup: Fruit Ninja VR, Surgeon Simulator, and more

Oculus Touch launch game lineup: Fruit Ninja VR, Surgeon Simulator, and more

Oculus has detailed the full roster of games that will be available when the Oculus Touch motion controllers launch. The list is comprised of 53 titles in total, all of them made specifically for virtual reality. The games will all be available on December 6 when the controllers arrive, and they cover a range of topics and themes, some of them -- like Surgeon Simulator -- being better suited for VR than regular consoles.

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Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare heading to PS4 and PC

Red Dead Redemption, Undead Nightmare heading to PS4 and PC

Rockstar Games’ popular Red Dead Redemption will launch on Sony’s streaming video game service PlayStation Now on December 6, making it available to PlayStation 4 and PC gamers. As well, Rockstar says Undead Nightmare will also be arriving on PlayStation Now starting on December 6th. This announcement itself follows the recent announcement of Red Dead Redemption 2.

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PlayStation Plus December 2016 games: Invisible Inc and more

PlayStation Plus December 2016 games: Invisible Inc and more

November is almost over, and that means two things for PlayStation Plus members: you have precious little time remaining to download this month's free games for PS Plus members, and we've finally got the list of what you can expect in December. As usual, Sony will make a handful of free games available to PS Vita, PS3, and PS4 owners next month, and the titles will include Invisible, Inc console edition and more.

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10 Marvel characters that should be in Marvel vs. Capcom 4

10 Marvel characters that should be in Marvel vs. Capcom 4

Tips suggest a 2017 release of the long-awaited fighting video game Marvel vs. Capcom 4 for all major gaming platforms. As such, we've been hard at work creating a list of the 10 best Marvel Comics characters we think should either return to this universe or appear here for the first time in the game franchise's history. Some of these characters are quite likely, while others almost certainly won't make the cut, regardless of their excellence.

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Titanfall 2 free DLC arrives starting November 30

Titanfall 2 free DLC arrives starting November 30

Gamers who preordered Titanfall 2 will be able to download the game’s first free DLC starting on November 30. If you didn’t preorder the game, you’ll still get access to the DLC, but you’ll have to wait until December 3 to get it. Once you do, though, you’ll get access to the Angel City map from Titanfall 1, perhaps the most anticipated part of the DLC, as well as a new pistol and more.

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5 Top Christmas Gifts for Minecraft fans (2016)

5 Top Christmas Gifts for Minecraft fans (2016)

Minecraft has enjoyed immense popularity over the last few years and it is still a hot item around the holidays. Assuming you have a Minecraft fan on your shopping list, there’s a good chance they already have game editions for their favorite platforms, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find something from the franchise to put under the Christmas tree. Here are our top five Minecraft gift picks for the holiday season.

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Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One DLC unveiled, quadruple XP weekend continues

Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One DLC unveiled, quadruple XP weekend continues

Heads up in case you missed the news: gamers can get quadruple points all weekend on Star Wars Battlefront, something offered in celebration of the game's one-year anniversary. It's not terribly unusual for the studio to hold double-points weekends, but this quadruple points weekend is a rare event indeed, and one that can help you level up to higher character tiers -- and rack up credits -- very quickly. The event follows EA's announcement of the December DLC.

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