Crytek and Deep Silver’s Homefront: The Revolution Announced

Homefront: The Revolution, the product of Crytek and Deep Silver’s collaboration has been officially announced and is coming to the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux in 2015. As a promising, free-roaming FPS, Homefront: The Revolution throws players into a futuristic dystopia where the U.S.has been militarily occupied by the Korean People’s...
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Mario Kart 8 owns the market

Since Mario Kart 8′s release it has sold over 1.2 million units worldwide. That’s right, 1.2 million over its first weekend alone, and during that time it has garnered global acclaim, earning some of the strongest reviews the entire series has ever received. That’s saying a lot for such a classically beloved game....
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Mortal Kombat X Announcement

Mortal Kombat X was finally officially announced today by Ed Boon, creative director of NetherRealm studios. With the delicate beauty of a winter wonderland, the trailer today puts us into a wondrous and magical world. A world where fatalities are on the rise and violence is the accepted method of solution; what a...
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5 series that need to end

Game series come and go. A game series can span decades and multiple titles. Long series allow you to get into the characters of the series, meeting news ones and getting engrossed in the world the series has created. Even though this is all fun, sometimes game series’ can over-stay their welcome. Here...
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Weekly GameBit Podcast Episode 24 | Evaluating Play

Well folks, after getting the skills of our revamped crew together, the GameBit has finally returned! In this edition of the Weekly GameBit Podcast, the aforementioned crew overanalyzes an E3 rumor, discusses what Wii U game could change the fate of the system, and reviews are delivered to recent games played by these...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition Reveals “Inquisitor’s Edition”

  Executive producer of Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mark Darrah, tweeted a picture of the “Inquisitor’s Edition” for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Citing this as the “Uber Edition,” the Inquisitor’s Edition of the game will run $170 and comes with a plethora of additional goodies for the most roguish of gamers. Showing the obligatory steel...
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Xbox to be Released Without Kinect

Despite Microsoft’s insistence that Kinect is integral to the Xbox One experience, the company announced today that they will sell the console without it’s all seeing eye peripheral. Fans of the next gen consoles have been itching for such a release since it’s rumors began even before the Xbox One’s launch day. The...
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Drawing Pokémon 101

IGN/News It has been announced that Pokémon Art Academy will be coming to the 3DS and 2DS on the fourth of July…in Europe. Clearly, Nintendo does not want to take any glory from our fireworks with their game. Thankfully, it won’t be too long of a wait though, as North American shores will...
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Spring Sale at Good Old Games

Wikimedia/logos, the wildly popular website showcasing the greatest games of yesteryear, is having another insane sale that you’ll definitely want to pay attention to. Discounting one game at a time with with only a limited number of available copies, the online store is soaring through games. Currently on Entomorph: Plague of the...
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