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Capcom Releasing “The Disney Afternoon Collection” In April

Take a trip back to memory lane with a throwback pack of six incredible games. Capcom today announced The Disney Afternoon Collection, a compilation of six games that feature beloved Disney TV characters from the 80s and 90s in fun filled

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ATTACK ON TITAN GAME STORYLINE WILL EXTEND BEYOND SHOW’S FIRST SEASON

KOEI TECMO America today confirmed at Gamescom 2016 that the narrative within the upcoming Attack on Titan game will extend beyond the events of the show’s first season. A brand new launch trailer has been revealed alongside the announcement in

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Overwatch Review

Developed By Blizzard Entertainment Published By Activsion  For the Playstation 4, XboxOne, PC   The highly anticipated game Overwatch is finally released! With the help of the previous betas, People had a very good feel of what Overwatch would offer. This

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Destiny expansion and sequel announced!

Today on Bungies weekly update, an announcement revealed that the sequel to Destiny will be delivered in 2017. There will also  be a large content update sometime this spring. This is excellent news. It gives us a bit more information and lets

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Microsoft E3 Press Conference Overview and Notes

The first thing we saw was game-play of Halo 5, which resembled a next-gen Halo. It seems like you now have control of a squad of characters instead of being by yourself. However, the multiplayer is what caught the most attention.

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Arkham Knight Trailer Shows Allies and Co OP System

With the release coming in fast, WB and Rocksteady games are wanting the people to salivate in wanting the newest part of the Arkham series. Today, Rocksteady released a brand new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight. In this trailer, they

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Mortal Kombat X – Review

  Developed by: NetherRealm Studios Published by: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Reviewed on: PlayStation 4 (Also available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC) Mortal Kombat X’s story mode adopts the same structure used in Injustice: Gods Among Us and the

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