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Batman: The Enemy Within episode 2 arrives, first episode is free on mobile

Batman: The Enemy Within episode 2 arrives, first episode is free on mobile

Telltale Games has announced the launch of Batman: The Enemy Within. The company has launched the second episode in this series, "The Pact," for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. As well, both the first and second episodes can now be downloaded on Android and iOS devices. Assuming you get it on mobile, the first episode is now free.

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Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition bundle arrives: 1TB console, Creeper controller

Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition bundle arrives: 1TB console, Creeper controller

The previously announced limited edition Xbox One S Minecraft bundle is now available to buy for $399.99 USD. The bundle features a 1TB Xbox One S console alongside a special 'Creeper' controller that has a unique look you're not going to find elsewhere. The controller isn't the only thing getting decked out with a blocky, pixelated design, though.

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Call of Duty: WWII Limited Edition bundle goes up for preorder

Call of Duty: WWII Limited Edition bundle goes up for preorder

The limited edition Call of Duty: WWII bundle revealed last month is now available for preorder. The bundle features a camo-themed console and a military green DualShock 4 controller to match. The game itself doesn't launch until November 3, and that's when the bundle will be available. Ahead of that, though, is the option to preorder from various retailers.

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Ubisoft’s South Park: Fractured But Whole contest seeks fart recordings

Ubisoft’s South Park: Fractured But Whole contest seeks fart recordings

South Park: The Fractured But Whole is up for preorder (again), and ahead of its release comes a surprise contest from Ubisoft: it wants fans to send in recordings of their farts. The contest is called 'I Am the Fart,' and it seeks a recording of 'the perfect fart,' one that will lead to the contest winner going to California to help produce the perfect in-game fart sound.

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Nintendo Creators Program puts an end to YouTube livestreaming

Nintendo Creators Program puts an end to YouTube livestreaming

Nintendo is sending out an email to individuals in the Nintendo Creators Program advising them of a change that puts an end to YouTube livestreaming in the program. Of course, it isn't stopping YouTubers from live broadcasting entirely, but is instead telling them that they can't broadcast content on YouTube Live from the channel that they've registered with the game company's creators program.

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PlayStation Plus October 2017 free games list: Metal Gear Solid V, Amnesia

PlayStation Plus October 2017 free games list: Metal Gear Solid V, Amnesia

Sony has revealed the upcoming games that will be available for free next month to PlayStation Plus members, and it's a great lineup. Leading the roster is Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain, though only PlayStation 4 owners will get that. There are a total of six titles making up this list, two of which are only for the PS3 and another two for the PS Vita.

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Xbox Games with Gold October 2017 list: Rayman 3 and more

Xbox Games with Gold October 2017 list: Rayman 3 and more

It's that time of the month: Microsoft has revealed which games will be given to Xbox Live Gold subscribers via Games with Gold. The October 2017 lineup is pretty decent, depending on your tastes, including three titles for the Xbox One and two titles for the Xbox 360. This includes the award-winning game Gone Home console edition for the Xbox One.

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Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition now available for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition now available for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Previously announced Fallout 4 Game of the Year Edition is available today for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game has more than 200 awards under its belt by now and a fond place in the hearts of many franchise fans. Those who haven't yet played the game -- or who want to give it a place of distinction on their shelf -- have the chance to buy this special 'Game of the Year' edition, which includes more than just the core game.

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Nyko wireless SNES controller is perfect for the Classic Edition

Nyko wireless SNES controller is perfect for the Classic Edition

Nintendo is teasing SNES fans with its Classic Edition, a modern version of the retro console that includes wired controllers for a more authentic experience. If you're not so keen on having an authentic experience, Nyko has the controller you probably wish Nintendo would have used: a wireless SNES controller. This model looks just like the original (with the purple and lavender buttons), but it sheds the cable in favor of a small dongle.

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Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite esports event Battle for the Stones detailed

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite esports event Battle for the Stones detailed

Capcom has announced an escorts tournament for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite called 'Battle for the Stones.' The competition will feature nine qualifiers and seven EVO champions, according to Capcom, to be joined by various tournaments leading up to the 'Battle for the Stones' Finals event to be held in Anaheim, California.

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US Navy uses Xbox 360 controllers for its most advanced submarines

US Navy uses Xbox 360 controllers for its most advanced submarines

The lowly Xbox 360 controller: it is more than a decade old, no longer the primary Xbox gamepad, and it also happens to be the US Navy's top choice for controlling its most advanced submarines. Not the entire submarine, mind, but rather its various periscopes that exist as a pair of giant masts. High-res cameras are fitted to these periscopes, and the feed appears on large flat-screen displays within the sub.

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AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

AT&T’s Threat Defender is a mobile game no one asked for

Sometimes companies and even governments release their own online or mobile games, and though the reasons vary, they're usually not that great. AT&T's own mobile game, Threat Defender, is no different. It is, to put it frankly, a game no one asked for and no one wants, though it's not hard to see how a little more effort could have resulted in something worth downloading.

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