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  • Mass murder in World of Warcraft hack

    1 CommentsPosted by on October 8, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming
    Hundreds, perhaps thousands of players were murdered over the weekend in Azeroth, after hackers with level one characters strolled through World of Warcraft's major cities, slaying players regardless of level, equipment or abilities. Described by the person Eurogamer spoke to about his involvement in the deaths, as a "kill hack," it didn't lead to any permanent damage to players or their accoun... more.
  • Mists of Pandaria sells 2.7 million already

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 5, 2012 under PC Gaming
    In its first week of being available, the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Mists of Pandaria, has sold an impressive 2.7 million copies, suggesting there is still plenty of life in the long standing MMO title. Having launched on the 25th September, the Panda filled extra content hasn't been as well received as others, with reviews not hitting quite the same levels as previous expansions, tho... more.
  • Minecraft documentary coming in December

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 4, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming
    The documentary Minecraft: The Story of Mojang, is set for release by 7th December, it has now been revealed. However, the creator and founder of 2 Player Productions, Paul Owens, said that there was a little wiggle room for that date. The 7th was the aim, but around about then is more likely, he said while speaking with Eurogamer. Having previously worked on the Double Fine Adventure video ser... more.
  • Cliff Bleszinski leaves Epic Games

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 4, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming
    Cliff Bleszinski, the man behind such titles as the 1999 hit Unreal Tournament and the Gears of War franchise, has announced that he is leaving Epic Games and his position as design director, saying that he's been making games for a long time and just needs a break. While he would miss working at Epic, specifically with his colleagues, he said that it was time to move on. "I've been doing this... more.
  • Let’s Kill off Health Bars

    5 CommentsPosted by on October 3, 2012 under Featured
    Gaming is steadily making its transition from one generation to the next. New engines are being released and developed on, new franchises are being born and the unsurprising sequels are popping up where you'd expect them, but there are still a few entities present within gaming that are way past their sell by date. One of these is health bars. Now I know they have their uses, specifically in... more.
  • UK PS3 sales jump at release of new model

    6 CommentsPosted by on October 2, 2012 under Featured, PS3 News
    UK based sales of the Playstation 3 have seen quite a jump since the release of the latest "super slim" version: 138 per cent in total, with purchases of the new 500GB model making up nearly 40 per cent of them all. These results come from new GFK data, which will please Sony, since the company was hoping to make a dent in Christmas Wii U sales, as well as providing a final version of the conso... more.
  • Even Mojang’s offices are nominated for awards

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 2, 2012 under Featured
    While Markus Persson's blocky building title, Minecraft, might have garnered a lot of awards over the past couple of years, his company, Mojang, is now in the running for an award for best looking office space in Sweden - and you can see why. Looking more like some combination of a Russian pool hall and a steampunk cafe, the offices of Mojang feature a dining room table complete with candle... more.
  • Borderlands 3 already in the works

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 1, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming, Playstation, Xbox 360
    While no one is likely to be surprised by this one, the lead writer of the currently dominating co-op FPS Borderlands 2, Anthony Burch, has announced that a sequel is in the works and that they were brainstorming ways to improve upon the past. This 'announcement' came during the latest instalment of the Totally Rad Show, where Burch said that the company was already discussing ideas for the n... more.
  • Eve expansion, $10,000 tournament

    1 CommentsPosted by on October 1, 2012 under Featured, PC Gaming
    The expansion - and 18th in the line of them - for Eve Online has been announced and is designed to bring the strong arm of the law to the galaxy, improving bounty hunting and adding a system for reporting crimes. On top of this, a tournament has been announced by Eve developer, CCP Games, offering a total of $10,000 (£6,200) in prize money. While bounty hunting has existed in the past, this n... more.
  • Mark of the Ninja Review (XBLA)

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 30, 2012 under Featured, X360 Reviews
    It's amusing to think that, despite how popular a subject for video games they might be, 'Ninja' are rarely shown as stealthy assassins. Games like Ninja Gaiden or the upcoming Metal Gear Revengeance tend to favor 'over the top' action instead of careful sneaking through the shadows. The Tenchu series was probably the last franchise I can think of that tried to focus on ninja being assassins. Fe... more.
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