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Amnesia Collection for PS4 inbound — here are 4 other games to terrify you

Amnesia Collection for PS4 inbound — here are 4 other games to terrify you

Frictional Games has announced the upcoming launch of Amnesia: Collection for the PlayStation 4, bringing the titles to Sony's console. The collection will be comprised of three games: "Amnesia: The Dark Descent," "Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs," and "Amnesia: Justine." The company hasn't detailed pricing or availability at this point, but that's alright: there are some other terrifying games available right now to tie you over.

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Survey finds gamers prefer discs: 4 reasons they’re better than downloads

Survey finds gamers prefer discs: 4 reasons they’re better than downloads

Buying a game disc or buying the digital download: it's a decision gamers face with nearly every game purchase. There are upsides and downsides to both, as with most things in life, but the trend isn't split equally between one and the other. A new consumer survey out of the UK has found the vast majority of gamers (at least among those surveyed) prefer to buy physical game copies over downloads, and for good reason.

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Telltale’s Batman Episode 3 is ‘New World Order,’ arrives October 25

Telltale’s Batman Episode 3 is ‘New World Order,’ arrives October 25

The third installment in Telltale Games' Batman series will be available on October 25, the company has announced. In addition to announcing the release date, we also now have a name for the episode: “New World Order.” You’ll be able to grab it for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 when it arrives, discovering what comes after episodes 1 and 2 which have already been released. Warning: there be spoilers ahead.

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COD: Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered need 130GB of free space

COD: Infinite Warfare, Modern Warfare Remastered need 130GB of free space

Last week, a tidbit of info surfaced suggesting gamers will need 130GB of free hard drive space to install Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Some, understandably, have balked at the figure, hoping it is incorrect. Put simply, it's not. At least not according to a new FAQ page Activision has published for the two games, which says the 130GB requirement is a high-end estimate, one that covers future map releases and game updates as well as the games themselves.

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EVE: Valkyrie arrives for PlayStation VR on October 13

EVE: Valkyrie arrives for PlayStation VR on October 13

CCP Games has announced that EVE: Valkyrie will be available for the PlayStation VR starting on October 13. Following that launch, the studio will hold a double experience points weekend from October 14 to October 17, giving existing players and those new to the game the opportunity to level up quickly. The double experience points will be available to PC gamers, as well, not just those playing the PS VR version of the title.

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GTA Online Bikers DLC now available

GTA Online Bikers DLC now available

The GTA Online Bikers DLC is now available. With it, and as we detailed last month, players get access to motorcycle clubs and all the fun stuff that comes with them, including motorcycles and outfits, weapons, and business of ill repute, among other things. Rockstar Games is launching a new Snapmatic photo challenge to coincide with the DLC launch, as well.

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Outlast 2 demo available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

Outlast 2 demo available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC

It’s October, and that means it’s socially acceptable to shroud yourself in all things scary and disturbing. If you prefer to entertain fears via your gaming console, good news: Outlast 2 has a new demo that can be downloaded for free on Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 until November 1. The demo went live a handful of hours ago on the PlayStation Store and Microsoft Store, as well as Steam, of course, as an unexpected surprise for fans.

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Streaming game trials rolling out in Google Play Store

Streaming game trials rolling out in Google Play Store

One of the most annoying things for mobile gamers who like to play on their smartphone is downloading a free or purchased game only to find out it's terrible a few minutes into play and delete the game. To help users find games they really like Google began to support streaming samples of games in December of 2015 but the catch was that the streaming was only for certain apps. As of today, the ability to try games via streaming before you buy has begun to roll out to more games.

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South Park: Fractured But Whole game finally gets a date

South Park: Fractured But Whole game finally gets a date

Superheroes have been big this year and the last, which means they’re great targets for criticisms and parodies. One such treatment, however, is going to have to wait for nearly half a year to be hear. Yep, the awaited next South Park game is indeed coming Q1 next year, and at the latest of the late in that quarter. Of course, it could have been worse. The game could have been shelved, considering Ubisoft’s somewhat precarious business situation at the moment.

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PlayStation Plus games for October include ‘Resident Evil’

PlayStation Plus games for October include ‘Resident Evil’

Sony has announced the free games arriving for PlayStation Plus in October, and they're pretty great, particularly for PlayStation 4 owners. If you have Sony's latest console, you'll be getting Resident Evil and Transformers: Devastation, while PlayStation 3 owners will be getting Mad Riders and From Dust. PS Vita owners will also be getting two games, Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ and Actual Sunlight.

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Call of Duty 3 gets Xbox One backwards compatibility

Call of Duty 3 gets Xbox One backwards compatibility

Xbox One backwards compatibility has added Call of Duty 3 to its roster, allowing those with the latest Xbox One console to play the older COD title. The addition was confirmed by Larry Hyrb via a tweet yesterday; the support is in place now, so you can go ahead and pick up the title for your Xbox One if you're so inclined. The addition joins both Call of Duty 2 and Black Ops on the backwards compatibility list.

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Raspberry Pi retro gaming system is inside a NES cartridge

Raspberry Pi retro gaming system is inside a NES cartridge

Way back in the day the video game system of choice was the NES or Nintendo Entertainment System. I had one with the little robot that moved things around in the real world while you played a rather boring game on the screen. All of the video games came on big gray cartridges that you slid into the front of the system.

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