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Xbox One S 1TB bundles with Halo Wars 2, Forza Horizon 3 revealed

Xbox One S 1TB bundles with Halo Wars 2, Forza Horizon 3 revealed

If you're thinking of picking up an Xbox One S but aren't really interested in any of the bundles that are currently available, you may want to hold out a few more weeks. Today Microsoft announced a new pair of bundles that will feature two of the Xbox One's biggest games. Even better is the fact that they'll contain 1TB consoles, which is a big step up from the standard 500GB Xbox One S.

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Tekken 7 release date, pre-order bonus Eliza announced

Tekken 7 release date, pre-order bonus Eliza announced

Good new for fighting game fans: Tekken 7 finally has a release date. It has a lot more than just a release date too, with Bandai Namco making a bunch of Tekken-related announcement today. The new information coming our way today includes details on Tekken 7's collector's edition, season pass, and how to unlock the character Eliza from Tekken Revolution, so there's a lot to get through.

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Inside, Limbo game developer Playdead teases next title with single image

Inside, Limbo game developer Playdead teases next title with single image

Playdead, the small Danish developer behind the highly acclaimed indie games Inside and Limbo, got its fans excited this weekend by revealing the first image for its next project. Posted on Twitter with next to no details, the image features a look that will be immediately familiar to fans of Playdead's previous games, with a very dark, limited color palette.

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Halo Wars 2 multiplayer beta now live on Xbox One & PC

Halo Wars 2 multiplayer beta now live on Xbox One & PC

Microsoft launched the second multiplayer beta for the upcoming real-time strategy game Halo Wars 2 on Friday, making it available to all Windows 10 PC users, as well as Xbox One players with a Xbox Live Gold subscription. The new beta will run through Monday, January 30th, and builds on last summer's Halo Wars 2 trial by introducing the Blitz gameplay mode, which is designed to speed things up, giving players a more action-oriented experience.

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Injustice 2 beta registration goes live

Injustice 2 beta registration goes live

If you can’t wait for Injustice 2 to launch this upcoming May, you may get the chance to try it out early. NetherRealm and Warner Bros. Games have officially launched registration for the game’s beta; those who signup will be in the pipeline to get a beta code. This beta registration is for North America, and comes ahead of the game’s May 16 launch date. You’ll need a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One to play the game.

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The video game industry had a very good 2016

The video game industry had a very good 2016

Some of you may consider 2016 to be largely disappointing, but for the video game industry, it was an excellent year. A new report from the Entertainment Software Association and the NPD Group shows that revenue on computer and video games was up in 2016 over the year prior. The increase was small, but still worth celebrating in an industry that's growing as large as video games.

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This is Nintendo’s last Wii U game

This is Nintendo’s last Wii U game

If the writing wasn't already on the wall, it is now: Nintendo has revealed what its final game for the Wii U will be. Given Nintendo's own announcement that it will be ending Wii U production in Japan, the fact that it won't support the console with much more first-party software isn't really a shocker. Still, it's further indication that the end is closing in for the Wii U.

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Nintendo Switch will give mobile gaming a much needed boost

Nintendo Switch will give mobile gaming a much needed boost

Nintendo fans are just counting the days, even if there are still weeks, to the Nintendo Switch's launch. Critics are waiting with bated breath to see how expectations and marketing will match both reality and sales. Some people will love it, some will hate it.

Whichever way the pendulum swings, and it will swing back and forth repeatedly the Nintendo Switch will have one lasting effect on one corner of the gaming market. The Nintendo Switch, intentionally or not, will give an infusion of inspiration, not to mention a role model, that the mobile gaming industry so desperately needs.

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Here’s what the Nintendo Switch can’t do, or so says Nintendo

Here’s what the Nintendo Switch can’t do, or so says Nintendo

For some gamers, the Nintendo Switch is a dream come true, allowing them to take console-quality games on the road, in the living room, or whenever and wherever the urge strikes. It also has some fancy controllers to boot! But it’s not going to be everything for everybody, especially not for Nintendo. For its creator, the Switch is designed to deliver the best gaming experience, nothing more, nothing less. So, at least for now, video streaming is out!

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The Division DLC ‘The Last Stand’ brings new game mode

The Division DLC ‘The Last Stand’ brings new game mode

Ubisoft has detailed the third expansion for Tom Clancy’s The Division. With “The Last Stand” DLC, gamers will get access to a new game mode with ‘clear objectives,’ though it’ll also include elements presently existing in the Dark Zone. That’s only a sliver of everything coming to the game with “Last Stand,” however, and there’s more good news beyond the new game mode: the DLC will be available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 at the same time.

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Xbox One backwards compatibility expands with Tekken 6, two others

Xbox One backwards compatibility expands with Tekken 6, two others

Microsoft's ever-growing backwards compatibility list just got a bit longer with the addition of three new titles, the most notable of them being Tekken 6. As with all the other games already on the list, Xbox One owners will be able to play these older Xbox 360 games on the current-gen Microsoft gaming console, breathing new life into one's old-ish video game collection.

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Pokemon GO’s servers are down, it’s not just you [UPDATE]

Pokemon GO’s servers are down, it’s not just you [UPDATE]

If you're trying to log in to Pokemon GO right now but you're having troubles logging in, you're not alone. Many folks are experiencing server issues right now, and the issue seems widespread enough to warrant an update from Niantic. Pokemon GO's developer has taken to Twitter to alert players to server issues that have taken hold, noting that it's working on finding a resolution.

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