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GotGame Radio Daily: 7.19.12 – Deadpool and Tomb Raider

by Steve Masterson July 19, 2012
Comic book fans, rejoice! There’s finally a Deadpool game coming out and I let you know what to expect in this episode of GotGame Radio. Also in this episode, I briefly talk a bit more about Tomb Raider’s updated gameplay features. Stay tuned! Official trailers below:
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Gran Turismo is up on the Google Play Store—Kind of

by John Speerbreckeron July 19, 2012
As of this note, Gran Turismo is available to download on your android device for free. But don’t let the name fool you. The only similarities between this knock off and the AAA title that paved the way for Real Simulation Racing from Polyphony Digital is that they have cars in them. That is it. […]

Teaser For Next Review/Walkthrough (Cartoon by Hannu Mäkinen)

by Aqualungon July 19, 2012
Another cartoon created by Hannu Mäkinen as a teaser for my next Review/Walkthrough, which will be on “Mega Man 10.” Be sure to check out his other work and subscribe: www.youtube.com

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Human Element Prequel Becomes First Exclusive Game on the Ouya

by Drew Robbinson July 19, 2012
At this point, everyone knows what the Ouya, a $99, open-source, and Android-based console funded entirely by an overwhelmingly successful Kickstarter campaign, is, but nobody knows what games the Ouya will actually be home to. Today in an update on the project’s Kickstarter page, the first of a presumed many titles was confirmed for the […]
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Nintendo Download Update (July 19)

by Drew Robbinson July 19, 2012
Of the many Nintendo franchises that are in constant demand for a return, Kid Icarus is king; nary a moment passes in which die-hard fans aren’t crying for Pit to ascend into the heavens once more. That craving, as intense as it may be, has been satiated twice over in the span of the past […]
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Free-To-Play MMO Runescape Reaches Unprecedented 200 Million Registered Users

by Drew Robbinson July 19, 2012
A common motto spouted in the mainstream is that life isn’t a race; it’s a marathon. If endless repetition isn’t enough proof of the saying’s merit, then Runescape is. Released in 2001, the free-to-play game today reached a milestone unlike any other: 200 million registered users. Developer Jagex, a company based in the UK with […]

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EA Sports and Tottenham Hotspur Announce Video Game Partnership

by Sean Garmeron July 19, 2012
Electronic Arts and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club announced today they have agreed to a three-year partnership that will make EA SPORTS the Official Video Game Partner of the English Premier League club. Tottenham Hotspur will visit the United States for a three match pre-season tour that will see them play LA Galaxy and New York […]
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Review | Elgato Game Capture HD

by Ramon Arandaon July 19, 2012
Whether it’s for walkthroughs, reviews or for showing off, more and more gamers are taking to recording their gameplay footage and sharing them all over the place. We’ve seen our fair share of capturing devices but perhaps none have impressed us as much as Elgato’s Game Capture HD.  For starters, the device is nice and […]
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Borderlands 2 Campaign Clocked In at Over 50 Hours

by Ramon Arandaon July 19, 2012
Borderlands 2 fans should be happy to know that the game’s campaign is pretty damn lengthy. In a recent chat with Gamerzines, Gearbox Software Marketing VP Steve Gibson confirmed that the game’s campaign will take approximately 58 hours to complete…just with one character.  There are four characters in the game by the way, with a fifth […]

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Will Valve Allow Mods to be Sold on Steam?

by Ramon Arandaon July 19, 2012
With billing controls already in place in Steam Workshop, Source Filmmaker and Greenlight, is it too far fetched to believe that Valve will at some point, allow modders to charge for their works? PCGames N recently asked Valve’s Jason Holtman if the company would be willing to allow that to happen at some point. “All […]
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Battlefield 3: Armored Kill Gameplay Footage

by Ramon Arandaon July 19, 2012
Get a load of the new gameplay trailer for Battlefield 3: Armored Kill, which arrives later this year.
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Skulls of the Shogun Launching With Windows 8

by Adam Larckon July 19, 2012
Skulls of the Shogun will be available everywhere on Microsoft devices later this year. Besides launching on XBLA, 17-bit’s Jake Kazdal told Joystiq that the game will also be out on Windows 8, Windows Phone 7 and the Surface. “The plan is to sim-ship on Win 8 (desktop, and both versions of Surface), Windows Phone […]