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Pokemon Uranium development comes to a close as creators end support

Pokemon Uranium development comes to a close as creators end support

It would appear that the curtains are closing on Pokemon Uranium. Technically, the curtains were already halfway closed when the developers of the fan-made project decided to pull the game, but now they've announced that they're ending support for Pokemon Uranium as well. Unfortunately, that means no more online services, no more downloads, and no more updates.

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Dark Souls developer says it’s done with franchise once Dark Souls 3 DLC launches

Dark Souls developer says it’s done with franchise once Dark Souls 3 DLC launches

Bad news for you Dark Souls fans who were hoping to see the series continue on past the third installment: From Software says it's done with the franchise once the two planned DLC expansions for Dark Souls 3 hit the scene. At least, that's what From Software president Hidetaka Miyazaki is now saying, telling Polygon that he doesn't have any plans to continue the series after development on Dark Souls 3 has wrapped up.

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Battlefield 1 PC requirements revealed, GTX 1060 or RX 480 recommended

Battlefield 1 PC requirements revealed, GTX 1060 or RX 480 recommended

We're almost exactly a month out from the release of Battlefield 1, and PC players who didn't participate in the recent multiplayer beta are almost certainly wondering what kind of rig they'll need to run the game. Electronic Arts and DICE have unleashed those details, and unsurprisingly, you'll need a relatively beefy PC to run Battlefield 1 as it is intended.

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Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC gets release date and first gameplay trailer

Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC gets release date and first gameplay trailer

We're closing in on the launch of Star Wars: Battlefront's new Death Star DLC, but up until now, we haven't seen any gameplay footage from it. Electronic Arts and DICE have decided to let us in on a little peek ahead of launch, and this looks like it might be worth the price of admission. Not only are we getting new hero characters Bossk and Chewbacca, but the trailer confirms that the Death Star trench run will feature in the DLC, something many of the Star Wars faithful will likely get excited about.

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Don’t be ridiculous, Sony: PS4 can’t compete with PC

Don’t be ridiculous, Sony: PS4 can’t compete with PC

As many of you will know by now, Sony has announced the PS4 Pro, serving as something of a stop-gap between this generation and the next (if console generations will even continue to be a thing after this one). Sony's 4K and HDR compatible console could be hitting the scene as much as a full year before Microsoft's Project Scorpio hits the scene, giving Sony a significant head start that is so massively important in this console arms race it and Microsoft have found themselves in.

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South Park: The Fractured But Whole delayed into 2017

South Park: The Fractured But Whole delayed into 2017

We've got some sour news for those who are looking forward to the next South Park game, as Ubisoft has announced that South Park: The Fractured But Whole has been delayed. Originally scheduled to launch in December, it now won't see release until 2017. Ubisoft revealed the delay earlier today in short post on its blog.

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Battlefield 1 beta becomes largest EA beta of all time with 13.2m players

Battlefield 1 beta becomes largest EA beta of all time with 13.2m players

If you thought that maybe the market for first person shooters was beginning to narrow, Electronic Arts and DICE would like a word with you. The two companies announced today that its multiplayer beta for Battlefield 1, which ran for a little over a week, has become the largest beta in EA history, attracting a grand total of 13.2 million players.

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Sonic Mania Genesis-themed collector’s edition release made official

Sonic Mania Genesis-themed collector’s edition release made official

It's safe to say that Sonic Mania is a game that has old-school Sonic fans more excited than they've been in a long time. It's been a turbulent road for the Blue Blur ever since he made the jump to 3D, with many hoping to see a return to his 2D platforming roots. Sonic Generations got us halfway there, while Sonic Mania fully embraces the character's 16-bit past. If you've avoided gameplay videos thus far, one look at the freshly revealed collector's edition of the game is all you need to see just how much of a throwback Sonic Mania is to the 16-bit era.

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BioShock: The Collection PC requirements and upgrade process detailed

BioShock: The Collection PC requirements and upgrade process detailed

BioShock: The Collection launches later this week, and ahead of release, 2K Games has detailed the type of rig you'll need to have in order to run the remastered games. Just as well, the company has also revealed what the upgrade process will look like. The good news is that it's fairly straightforward if you own the originals through Steam, though it does get a little complicated if you own the Games For Windows Live versions.

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World of Warcraft: Legion pulls in 3.3 million launch day sales

World of Warcraft: Legion pulls in 3.3 million launch day sales

Have you been playing through Legion, World of Warcraft's latest expansion? If so, it would appear you're not alone. Blizzard announced today that Legion managed to sell 3.3 million copies through its August 30 launch day, so it seems many people have been eager to explore what the expansion has to offer. Not bad for a 12 year old game.

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Battlefield 1 open beta ends later this week

Battlefield 1 open beta ends later this week

In the middle of last week, EA and DICE dropped their long-awaited Battlefield 1 multiplayer beta in our laps. The beta rolled out across Xbox One, PS4, and PC at the same time, giving players an early look at what to expect from the game's multiplayer component. There was just one problem: they never announced an end date.

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No Mario’s Sky no more, DMCA’s sky rises

No Mario’s Sky no more, DMCA’s sky rises

Whether or not No Man’s Sky is the best game of 2016 really depends on who you ask. Most will, however, agree, that it is at least the most talked about. It’s hype even resulted in an indie title so popular that it actually landed on Nintendo’s radar and on its lawyers’ plates. And so the game formerly known as No Mario’s Sky has been taken down by the all powerful DMCA notice. And in its stead is a very similar game, just with different characters, called, what else, DMCA’s Sky.

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