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RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic launches for Android and iOS

RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic launches for Android and iOS

Atari has launched RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic, a new mobile game for iOS and Android that brings together the best of Rollercoaster Tycoon and RollerCoaster Tycoon 2. The game is available for the most popular mobile devices: Android phones and tablets, the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, for $5.99 USD. This game follows RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile.

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare ‘Sabotage’ DLC for PS4 arrives January 31

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare ‘Sabotage’ DLC for PS4 arrives January 31

The first DLC Map Pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be released for the PlayStation 4 first, and it’ll be available starting January 31. The DLC is called “Sabotage,” and it’ll bring a few new multiplayer maps, as well as the fan-favorite co-op zombie experience, this one dubbed “Rave in the Redwoods.” Of course, other platforms will get access to the DLC some time later.

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Super Mario Run DLC isn’t planned, so don’t hold your breath

Super Mario Run DLC isn’t planned, so don’t hold your breath

Super Mario Run is a few days old and, unfortunately, not terribly exciting. Early reviews are lower than hoped for, with a glut of one-star reviews dragging down the game's overall App Store rating. The disappointment has resulted in Nintendo's shares falling, and now there's some bad news for those who did enjoy the game: there's no Super Mario Run DLC planned, so what you see is what you get.

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Gears of War 4 gets festive with snowball fights and holiday gear

Gears of War 4 gets festive with snowball fights and holiday gear

Overwatch and Destiny aren't the only big games getting into the holiday spirit with special events, Microsoft's Gears of War 4 has its own snow-themed gameplay rolling out. Dubbed "Gearsmas," GoW4's event includes lots of holiday-appropriate cosmetic items, along with a new and unique Snowball Fight play mode. The event is live now for all GoW4 players, and will run until January 4th.

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Street Fighter V will shame rage quitters with public profile icon

Street Fighter V will shame rage quitters with public profile icon

Even almost a year after launch, Street Fighter V still has problems dealing with rage quitters, or those players who leave a match before its completion, either out of pure frustration or to avoid the penalties of losing. In the months since the game's release, developer Capcom implemented changes to make sure rage quitters were appropriately punished, but poor sportsmanship continues to be a downer for those who play online.

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Dragon Quest XI revealed, coming to PS4 & 3DS in 2017

Dragon Quest XI revealed, coming to PS4 & 3DS in 2017

When it comes to RPG series from Japan, there are two top franchises: Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest. Oddly enough, they both come from Square Enix, and since we just saw the long-awaited release of FF15, the developer is turning its focus towards the upcoming Dragon Quest XI. At the Jump Festa 2017 event in Japan this weekend, the first details of DQ11: In Search of Departed Time were revealed live on stage, along with a debut trailer.

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DOOM Bloodfall DLC arrives alongside double points weekend

DOOM Bloodfall DLC arrives alongside double points weekend

Bethesda has announced the release of the third and final DLC for DOOM (2016). The latest DLC is called Bloodfall, and it is of the multiplayer variety. As has become popular with special expansions, Bethesda has also announced a double points weekend that’ll run until next Monday (December 19). Those without a DOOM season pass can buy the DLC individually for $14.99 USD.

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Modern Warfare Remastered update adds female soldiers in multiplayer

Modern Warfare Remastered update adds female soldiers in multiplayer

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered free December update has launched, and it brings with it a bunch of changes, among them being the addition of female soldiers to the game’s multiplayer. The update is a large one overall, and likewise includes half a dozen new maps, as well as a pair of new gameplay modes and even some holiday-themed weapon camo including ‘ugly sweater.’ Console owners are also getting a 'goodie' previously only available to PC gamers.

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Star Wars: Battlefront goes free on Xbox One for EA Access members

Star Wars: Battlefront goes free on Xbox One for EA Access members

Rogue One hits theaters this week, and so the currently most popular Star Wars game, Battlefront, is getting all the perks ahead of time. Game owners just got access to the Rogue One DLC on December 6th, and now some Xbox One owners are getting another special perk: free access to the game, assuming they have an EA Access subscription. The subscription, of course, provides access to the EA Access game vault.

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BioShock game series gets Xbox One backward compatibility

BioShock game series gets Xbox One backward compatibility

The BioShock game series is now supported by Xbox One backward compatibility, it has been announced, enabling gamers to play the beloved series without having to buy the new BioShock remastered collection. The announcement was made today by Xbox’s Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hryb, and the games are already listed as supported in the official Xbox One backward compatibility game list.

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ huge open-world map revealed by Ubisoft

Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ huge open-world map revealed by Ubisoft

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands is the latest entry in Ubisoft's tactical shooter series, and when it's released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 7th next year, it will feature the largest open-world environment the developer has ever created. Wildlands takes place Bolivia, and the developers have managed to recreate the entire South American country in-game, offering a huge area for players to explore and carry out missions. For the first time, Ubisoft has revealed the map, along with details on just how expansive the game world really is.

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Strafe is a procedurally-generated FPS with graphics out of 1996

Strafe is a procedurally-generated FPS with graphics out of 1996

Gamers who like first-person shooters have no shortage of the biggest, most graphic-intensive titles to choose from these days, but the upcoming indie game Strafe should appeal to those longing for the early years of the genre, when games like id's Quake were the big thing. At first glance, Strafe's low-res, pixelated graphics will have you wondering how old the game is, but after a few seconds of gameplay, its modern-day mechanics and effects become apparent.

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