The Evil Within 2 Review - True Survival Horror
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South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review!
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A Happy Ending Filled with Nazis – Wolfenstein II Interview!
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Call of Duty WWII's Implied Sexual Assault Scene Modified for Australian Release
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Call of Duty WWII's Implied Sexual Assault Scene Modified for Australian Release
Which will only affect the R18+ rating, and change the classification description by omitting 'threat of sexual violence' to 'high impact violence, online interactivity'. Not a censorship case my any stretch it seems that Activision re-submitted the game for re-classification last week, probably as a way to remove the reference to sexual violence that would appear on every box.

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The Original Mafia Re-Released on GOG, But at a Price
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The Original Mafia Re-Released on GOG, But at a Price
And no that's not in reference to the somewhat reasonable $14.99 price tag. But instead in reference to the licensed music in the game which is nowhere to be found in this DRM-free re-release of the 2002 organised crime adventure Mafia. Which means driving around, and obeying the speed laws in cool 1930s era vehicles, with no pop music from that era. But, there is a fix.

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Clutch Play - Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse Review
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Clutch Play - Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse Review
As a gaming mouse designed for FPS players one of the cool features of the new Razer Basilisk is the inclusion of a thumb rest and DPI clutch. Like those things positioned behind fancy steering wheels, here it means being able to switch to a faster or slower DPI for small bursts of precision snipering. Or, in my case fast getaways.

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Latest Nintendo Switch Update Adds the Ability to Transfer Data to Another Console
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Latest Nintendo Switch Update Adds the Ability to Transfer Data to Another Console
Which means user profiles and save data can exist on more than one Nintendo Switch console. A welcome update indeed! Version 4.0.0 of the Nintendo Switch firmware also adds video capture capabilities for certain games, but no word on what certain means there. Also, pre-orders on the Nintendo eShop.

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The Quest for the Real PlayStation Platinum Trophies for Real Trophy Hunters Continues
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The Quest for the Real PlayStation Platinum Trophies for Real Trophy Hunters Continues
Now this is a very cool competition. In that it will reward PlayStation Platinum Trophy hunters across multiple titles, giving them the chance to win a very limited real-life Platinum Trophy. As in there will are only four of them. Thanks to the launch of Gran Turismo Sport yesterday, the quest has begun.

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Dead Space 2's 4 Million Copies Sold Wasn't Enough
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Dead Space 2's 4 Million Copies Sold Wasn't Enough
In a follow-up to yesterday's story about EA closing down Visceral Games, one of the leads on the studio's classic survival horror sci-fi game Dead Space 2 noted that development cost upwards of 60 million and having sold 4 million copies sold wasn't enough to turn a profit. Or, make it a financial success. Which adds weight to the idea that strong single-player big budget titles might be a gamble for a number of publishers.

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Getting Xbox One X Enchancements Next Year
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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Getting Xbox One X Enchancements Next Year
As it includes every Halo game prior to the release of Halo 5, remastered for Xbox One, Halo: The Master Chief Collection represents one of the biggest installs currently available on the console. And now with Xbox One X enhancements due next year, which is awesome news, we should expect to see this compendium cross the 100GB install size threshold. Which is okay when you consider it's more than one game.

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Team Fortress 2 Turns 10, Gets a Big New Update
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Team Fortress 2 Turns 10, Gets a Big New Update
Yeah, it's been 10 years since the initial release of Team fortress 2 by Valve. Which is still one of the all-time great team-based shooters, where its design and hat influence can be felt across many of today's hottest properties. And to celebrate 10 years Valve has released a big update that includes a new in-house designed map, and a whole slew of community-created content.

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Activision's Patent of Mutliplayer Matchmaking Microtransaction Systems is a Statement on Where We're At
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Activision's Patent of Mutliplayer Matchmaking Microtransaction Systems is a Statement on Where We're At
Filed in 2015, Activision noted to Rolling Stone that "the technology is not currently in any games". Which is all well and good, but reading into the patent reveals just how far using time-honored marketing tactics have come. For the sole purpose of manipulating consumers into buying something. And never feeling content with what they have.

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Dying Light just won't Die - Techland's Dying Light Content Drop #1 Now Available for Free on PC and Console
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Dying Light just won't Die - Techland's Dying Light Content Drop #1 Now Available for Free on PC and Console
Following on from Content Drop #0 (which is now available for consoles, too), Techland has just opened up Content Drop #1 for free on PC, Xbox One and PS4. The new content offers new Bounties alongside a bevy of new weapons and new enemies.

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