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‘Prey’ sci-fi game launches today: four things to know

‘Prey’ sci-fi game launches today: four things to know

Bethesda and Arkane Studios have officially launched Prey, a science fiction action game with a first-person flavor. The game brings with it both RPG and shooter elements, and further enables gamers to form their own playstyle, according to Creative Director Raphael Colantonio. This marks the first time Arkane has released a first-person science fiction action game, according to Bethesda, and it is available on all three major video game platforms.

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PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds dev “looking at” Xbox One and PS4 versions

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds dev “looking at” Xbox One and PS4 versions

If you play games primarily on PC, then you've probably already heard of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. Similar to previously released mods for ARMA and H1Z1, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds takes its popular Battle Royale gameplay and turns it into a full game. It's quickly become a smashing success on PC, selling more than 2 million copies since launch, which means that a console version should be coming up, right?

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Darksiders 3 officially confirmed for 2018 release

Darksiders 3 officially confirmed for 2018 release

Once upon a time, we weren't sure if we'd ever see another Darksiders game. For a while there, it looked like the franchise would go down with the bankruptcy of THQ. Now, THQ Nordic has officially confirmed Darksiders 3 after an Amazon listing was posted earlier today, delivering a launch trailer for the game along with a handful of screenshots and concept art images.

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Dead Space 2 and 3 are now Xbox One backward compatible

Dead Space 2 and 3 are now Xbox One backward compatible

The list of games that support Xbox One backward compatibility just got a tiny big larger. The company has announced the addition of both Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 to the list, giving fans of the franchise the ability to play both Xbox 360 titles on the Xbox One console. These two titles join the first game in the franchise, which was put on the list many months ago.

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Has-Been Heroes review: Good ideas in a frustrating package

Has-Been Heroes review: Good ideas in a frustrating package

I’m not sure if you've noticed, but these super difficult games known as roguelikes - named for the 1980 game Rogue - seem to keep growing more and more popular. Distinguished by sometimes brutal difficulty, quick runthroughs that often end in failure, permadeath, and an element of randomness, these games are addicting in their challenge. You will fail a lot, but put in enough practice and maybe you’ll finally succeed. There are already plenty of great roguelike games on the market - FTL: Faster Than Light, Rogue Legacy, The Binding of Isaac, and Spelunky, to name a few. Now Has-Been Heroes from Frozenbyte wants to add its name to that list. Does it have what it takes?

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Blizzard’s Overwatch surges to over 30 million players

Blizzard’s Overwatch surges to over 30 million players

Overwatch, the recent FPS from developer Blizzard, has been a bona fide smash hit since its release almost a year ago. And for good reason: it's one of the most original and exciting multiplayer games to along in some time, and it's full of refreshing characters and balanced mechanics. Players around the globe seem to agree, as Blizzard has revealed the game now has over 30 million registered players.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 passes through Korean ratings board

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 passes through Korean ratings board

If you were a fan of the original Mega Man Legacy Collection, then good news: it looks like a follow-up anthology has made a stop at the Korean Game Rating Board. Of course, since these are just re-releases of classic Mega Man games, it was a safe assumption that a second one would pop up sooner rather than later. Still, this pass through the Korean Game Rating Board suggests that the game is close to becoming a reality.

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Call of Duty: WWII release date and first details revealed

Call of Duty: WWII release date and first details revealed

Today was a exciting day for Call of Duty fans, as Activision and Sledgehammer games revealed the first details about the incoming Call of Duty: WWII. This is a big entry because it'll be taking the franchise back to its roots after the series had become increasingly futuristic in recent years. Though Sledgehammer spoke mostly in general terms today, we did find out a number of interesting details - including the game's release date.

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets a release date, 8 new characters

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite gets a release date, 8 new characters

Today is a big day if you've been waiting for more Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite information, as Capcom has delivered a lot of it. First and foremost is the release date for the game, but there were also a number of other reveals. These include the announcement of eight new characters and the reveal of Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite's special editions.

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The Force is with Xbox Live’s Games with Gold in May

The Force is with Xbox Live’s Games with Gold in May

Microsoft has announced Xbox Live's Games with Gold for the month of May, and Star Wars fans will want to take note. May's selection of free games includes not one but two Star Wars titles, likely as a way to celebrate Star Wars day on May 4th. If you missed out on these Star Wars games the first time around, this is a good chance to pick them up.

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Star Wars: Battlefront II revealed with Imperial-focused story campaign

Star Wars: Battlefront II revealed with Imperial-focused story campaign

In case you haven't heard, there's a little event known as the Star Wars Celebration going on this weekend, and game publisher EA has used it to pull the curtain back on Star Wars: Battlefront II. A new, full trailer was premiered, focusing on the game's new single-player campaign and in-depth canon story that puts players in the role of the bad guys; specifically Iden Versio, the leader of Inferno Squadron, an elite special forces unit.

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What Xbox One’s self-service refunds mean for consumers

What Xbox One’s self-service refunds mean for consumers

Earlier this week, Xbox One owners participating in the Xbox Preview program were greeted with a rather nice surprise: Microsoft has implemented a beta test for a refund system. Not only is this refund system apparently planned for both Xbox One and Windows 10, but it's also self-service, meaning you don't need to go through customer support to get your money back. This is very exciting news because it's a move that's ultimately great for consumers.

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