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Nov
23
2016

Deep Silver Volition adds Steam Workshop Support to Saints Row IV

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The Saints Row series is all about the freedom to play how you want, and we’re now taking that one step further today with the launch of Steam Workshop support for Saints Row IV on PC. It’s never been easier to create and install mods that add new weapons, clothing and change the way you play.

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Nov
18
2016
Sep
28
2016
Jun
20
2016

Mighty No. 9 Review

It’s been an extremely long time coming for Mighty No. 9, and that in itself has been a battle all on its own. When a creator of Megaman comes out with a Kickstarter to create his own version of a “Mega Man” like experience, people were all on board and who could blame them? Finally Mighty No. 9 is going to come out to the public and backers will finally get to see a game they helped fund release. Is it truly as mighty as the name might imply though?

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Jun
09
2016

Dead Island Definitive Collection (Xbox One) Review

The dead have returned (as they always do these days) and the summer fun is about to turn into the summer of death.  The Dead Island franchise is one that holds a very special place in my gaming heart.  When the first game released, I was overseas, away from family, and living in very unfavorable conditions.  Gaming was one of the few things I had to hold into to keep some semblance of normality in my day to day life for that year.  Dead Island release and when I was finally able to get a copy sent to my location, I dived right in.  The reason I bring this up is because for me Dead Island was a solo experience. With no internet capabilities to play the game online with friends, even though the game was heavily touted as an experience to play with friends, I did so alone with the entire game, twice over even. I fell in love with Dead Island.

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Jun
05
2016

APB Reloaded is a free-to-play MMO that’s now available on Xbox One

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Ravenscourt and Reloaded Games today jointly announce the availability of All Points Bulletin Reloaded™, the customization driven Open World Action MMO, as a free-to-play and freely downloadable game for all Xbox Live Gold members on Xbox One*, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft.

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Jun
03
2016

Dead Island Definitive Collection Review

Whether you like remasters or not, they do offer for a chance for people to revisit their favorite games on new platforms, or allow newcomers to experience something they may have missed years ago. Dead Island is now among those games. They aren’t technical masterpieces, but they did offer something unique and memorable that’s being given another chance on current-generation consoles and even PCs. Dead Island Definitive Collection is absolutely worth the money, if you get past the bugs that plague this zombie-infested island getaway.

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May
27
2016

F1 2016 announced and gets Safety Car, Virtual Safety Car, and new Baku Circuit

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Codemasters and Koch Media today announced F1™ 2016, the official videogame of the 2016 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™. The new title will include the most immersive career mode ever featured in the franchise. F1 2016 will release onto PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC (DVD and via Steam) this summer.

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May
17
2016

Here’s how to play TimeSplitters 2 in Homefront: The Revolution

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After being closed by Crytek and sold to Deep Silver, the studio formerly known as Free Radical was reborn as Dambuster Studios, with most of the original staff in-tact. Free Radical is mostly known for the TimeSplitters series, and as an easter egg inside Homefront: The Revolution, the first two levels of TimeSplitters 2 are playable.

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May
17
2016

Homefront: The Revolution Review

The sequel to 2011’s Homefront is finally here after four years of development by the studio now known as Dambuster Studios. While Homefront: The Revolution is not directly connected to people and places of the original game, it resides in the fictional future in which The North Koreans are settled in with their occupation of America. This is something that’s far-fetched and unlikely to occur, but is nonetheless entertaining of an idea. Taking place in Philadelphia, you’re placed in the middle of a group getting ready to begin a revolution that takes you all over the city to liberate zones to gain the support of the denizens. What better place to regain independence than from the city that birthed it.

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