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Tales from the Borderlands Heads Up May's Free PlayStation Plus Offerings
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Tales from the Borderlands Heads Up May's Free PlayStation Plus Offerings
Tales from the Borderlands is rightfully regarded as one of Telltale Games best interactive story efforts. It features a fun, engaging, and ultimately touching story set in the Borderlands universe. PlayStation Plus subscribers and PlayStation 4 owners will get access to it and the twin-stick shooter Alienation during May.

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Hot Wheels and Bright Orange Stunt Courses are Coming to Forza Horizon 3
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Hot Wheels and Bright Orange Stunt Courses are Coming to Forza Horizon 3
The second expansion for the excellent Forza Horizon 3 is coming May 9. Called Hot Wheels, in it players will travel off the coast of Australia to reach islands overrun with strange elevated tracks that loop and corkscrew and defy the laws of gravity. And yes, it looks as awesome as it sounds.

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Watch This - The Call of Duty: WWII Reveal Trailer
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Watch This - The Call of Duty: WWII Reveal Trailer
And it's definitely channeling the look and feel of Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers. Developed by Sledgehammer Games, Call of Duty: WWII takes the series back to its roots with a campaign and setting during World War II. The reveal trailer, which is made up of in-game footage, certainly looks good. It's been such a long time since the last Call of Duty took place in this era that it somehow looks fresh. D-Day recreation and all.

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Doin' It For the Space Pope - Dawn of War III Reviewed!
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Doin' It For the Space Pope - Dawn of War III Reviewed!
Out tomorrow we've spent some considerable time with Relic's latest Warhammer 40,000 outing to bring you our verdict. Spoiler alert, it's pretty good! Taking a different approach to the action-RPG styling of Dawn of War II the third game in the series (standalone expansions aside) sees a return of base building and amassing large armies. And in a strange twist, MOBA-style structure and objectives for the multiplayer.

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Sonic Forces, the Other 'Fully 3D' Sonic Game This Year, Also Has a Version of Green Hill Zone
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Sonic Forces, the Other 'Fully 3D' Sonic Game This Year, Also Has a Version of Green Hill Zone
Not to be confused with the upcoming retro-inspired Sonic Mania, which provides new levels in the style of the 16-bit originals, Sonic Forces is the the bigger, fully-3D Sonic game coming this holiday season for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PC, and Xbox One. When gameplay footage debuted for Sonic Forces it looked like a more Sonic Generations behind the hedgehog point of view affair. And now it looks to be a mixture with a new video showcasing some classic side-view Green Hill Zone gameplay.

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Controversial '90s Sega Game 'Night Trap' Getting a 25th Anniversary Release
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Controversial '90s Sega Game 'Night Trap' Getting a 25th Anniversary Release
Night Trap, the FMV-driven Mega-CD title where a house full of barely clothed women are harassed by supernatural weirdos, is making a comeback with a 25th anniversary re-release on PS4 and Xbox One. Outside of being a mostly terrible FMV experiment for the Mega-CD (or, Sega-CD) add-on for the Sega Mega Drive, it also became the focal point for the U.S. government's probe into the dangers of video game violence in the '90s.

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Overwatch Set to get 3 New Maps This Year
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Overwatch Set to get 3 New Maps This Year
In a response to a forum post, Overwatch Game Director Jeff Kaplan let a fan who was a little concerned about the lack of new maps coming to game that there are three new maps "past the initial play-testing phase" that are on track for release this year. And these are Quick Play/Competitive Play maps. Jeff also advised that there were three additional non-traditional maps in the works, alongside "a few other experiments."

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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Gets a September Release Date, Character Count Now Up to 14
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Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite Gets a September Release Date, Character Count Now Up to 14
With Chun-Li from Street Fighter, Hiryu from Strider, Chris Redfield from Resident Evil representing the Capcom side of the new additions. And Hulk, Thor, Avenger-lite Hawkeye, super villain Ultron, and Rocket Raccoon making up the Marvel side. Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite also has a release date of September 19, and will also feature a story mode. As featured in the latest cinematic trailer.

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Introducing Phoenix Point, From the Creator of the Original X-COM
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Introducing Phoenix Point, From the Creator of the Original X-COM
So yeah, it's a tactical strategy game featuring an alien menace. But, one of the good ones. With a tentative launch window of Q4 2018, Phoenix Point has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Fig where in under a day it has already raised over 50% of its somewhat modest $500,000 goal. And we say modest because the game itself, which has already been in development for a year, looks fantastic.

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Cities: Skylines Makes its Console Debut Today on Xbox One
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Cities: Skylines Makes its Console Debut Today on Xbox One
It's probably safe to say that at this point the Sim City crown is sitting firmly on top of Cities: Skylines, err, figurative head. Okay, the point being that when it comes to city builders and simulation games you really only need to be looking at Cities: Skylines, one of the most important releases for the genre in a long while. And now it's made it's way to console with the debut of Cities: Skylines for Xbox One.

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