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However, the seriousness can be overlooked, and doing so reveals a wonderful puzzle game!
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The Division Open Beta Begins Next Week, New Trailer Details Exactly Who You're Shooting
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The Division Open Beta Begins Next Week, New Trailer Details Exactly Who You're Shooting
Ahead of the launch in a few weeks Ubisoft will be conducting an open beta for The Division across all platforms running from February 19 to 21. Content is expected to be pretty much the same as what was seen in the closed beta, but with an additional story mission to tackle. If you're still undecided as to whether or not The Division is worth a look then the beta is great way to find out exactly what sort of game it is.

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Overwatch Closed Beta Returns, New Progression System Detailed
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Overwatch Closed Beta Returns, New Progression System Detailed
The closed beta for Blizzard's upcoming team-based shooter Overwatch is currently back on! That is for those of you lucky enough to have access. And, it comes packed with a few new maps and an overhauled progression system. Instead of individual progression and unlocks on a character basis, players simply have a single overall rank. And when they reach a new level they're rewarded a special Loot Box. What's in the box?

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Unravel Review - A Yarn of a Game, but not of a Tale
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Unravel Review - A Yarn of a Game, but not of a Tale
EA and Coldwood's Unravel turned heads when it was unveiled at E3 last year for its cute protagonist Yarny, and its gorgeous visuals. But another component also had punters talking, however, it may be the weakest part of the game.

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Aussie-Developed Screencheat Heading to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this March
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Aussie-Developed Screencheat Heading to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this March
They dub the game a "friendship destroyer", and now you can destroy friendships on your console of choice as the invisible FPS split-screen party game is headed to Xbox One and PS4 on March 1st.

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Blizzard Celebrates 25 Years of Being Awesome
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Blizzard Celebrates 25 Years of Being Awesome
When Blizzard began developing games in the early '90s (under the name Silicon & Synapse) they created great games for the Super NES like Rock n' Roll Racing and The Lost Vikings. It wasn't until the landmark of release of Warcraft: Orcs & Humans in 1994 that really began the developer's journey into becoming the Blizzard we all know (and love) today. And after 25 years of a just about perfect track record, Blizzard is celebrating its anniversary and saying thank you to its many fans.

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That First Hit - Hitman Beta Takes You Back to the Beginning
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That First Hit - Hitman Beta Takes You Back to the Beginning
The Beta for the new Hitman game is all set to begin later this week for PlayStation 4, and next week for PC. In it players will have access to the prologue portion of the game, which is fancy talk for the start, which goes back to when Agent 47 first joined the ICA and was trained in the art of assassination. And also, what looks like auditioning for a spot in the Village People.

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Street Fighter 5 Launch Trailer is an Oil Painting Come To Life
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Street Fighter 5 Launch Trailer is an Oil Painting Come To Life
And one where beefs need to be settled with punches and kicks. With less than a week to go before Street Fighter V makes its debut on PlayStation 4 and PC, Capcom has released a new cinematic trailer for the game. And although it may be difficult to figure out what exactly is going on, it sure looks stylish.

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Dark Souls 3 Opening Cinematic Released
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Dark Souls 3 Opening Cinematic Released
And it may be the only non-challenging thing the game serves up to punters, but now in its official third installment, the series has established its look and feel, and this trailer: "To the Kingdom of Lothric" sells all of that and more.

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Split in Two - Say Hello to H1Z1: Just Survive and H1Z1: King of the Kill
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Split in Two - Say Hello to H1Z1: Just Survive and H1Z1: King of the Kill
Daybreak Games has announced its plan to split H1Z1 into two separate games on February 17. The first, dubbed 'Just Survive', will be the open-world zombie survival experience, and the other 'King of the Kill' will be the fast-paced shooter with multiple game modes. Treated as separate games (with the same price point), each will have its own separate development cycle. 'King of the Kill' is the first game expected to leave Steam Early Access with a full release on both PC and consoles expected sometime mid this year.

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Titanfall 2 Getting a Story Mode and Possible TV Spin-Off
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Titanfall 2 Getting a Story Mode and Possible TV Spin-Off
In a recent interview with Forbes, Lead Writer on Titanfall Jesse Stern has revealed that the in-the-works sequel will feature a story-driven single-player mode. One that will retell "the story of the American Revolution and the American Civil War in space". Which, does sound very cool. Especially when you factor in large planetary excavation and construction ships being fashioned into hulking machines of war. Also, a TV spin-off is in development.

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