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Good news everyone, Respawn Entertainment's Xbox and PC multiplayer shooter has crossed the 10 million mark. Of what? We have no idea, actually.


No, don't worry, Mark Ruffalo is still the Hulk in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and no Edward Norton hasn't changed his name, and no, Eric Bana hasn't changed his name either.


Upon the release of any new iDevice, a slew of "tests" arrive from drop tests, to soak tests, to bend tests. Oddly no other phone gets this sort of treatment, but hey, at least other people are destroying their phones and not me.

The X-Files last episode aired in 2002 and since then fans have been crying out for more. Earlier this year that cry was answered when FOX revealed that X-Files was set to come back for one more go with the original cast and crew in tow.

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They've crossed the T's and dotted the I's and now it's official, Google has now become Alphabet, whom Google is a subsidiary of. Sounds confusing, and it is, sort of, but what it essentially means is that Google is now its own company and the acquisitions it had made prior to this now fall under Alphabet's wing, along side Google.

Are you a fan of horror games? I'm not, but that doesn't stop me appreciating the work that goes into making people shit themselves due to a video game. The newest game from NVYVE Studios got its release date announced today for 2016 on Steam. Not the most precise date but it's a good start for a game that got greenlit in 48 hours.

With only 1 month, 1 week, 3 days and 18 hours (at time of writing) to go until Fallout 4 reaches my grubby hands, I...

Following the news that Criterion Games have no plans to re-release classic Burnout games in an updated "HD Collection", we're now hearing from ex-Criterion developers who may have something Burnout-themed up their sleeves.

Warner Bros. Interactive has announced that the PC version of Batman Arkham Knight will once again go back on sale later this month provided everything works out smoothly. In addition all current DLC will be available to PC players.

A new trailer including gameplay footage has been released along with the games announced distribution date in Japan.

Earlier this week, crowdfunding and donation site, Patreon, was victim of an attack which saw user information being compromised, and while the site assured users that credit card information and passwords, the attacker has since posted user information online.
Sniper Elite 3

Did you know that the first Sniper Elite game launched 10 years ago? Nope, I didn't either. The first game launched on the PS2, original Xbox, and PC way back in 2005 which was then followed by V2 in 2012, and then Sniper Elite 3 in 2014. 10 years on and Rebellion has revealed that the game has shipped a total of 10 million units worldwide.

Though we're yet to get Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 5 in our hands, there's enough evidence out there to suggest our experience isn't going to be so great. Fortunately, Activision are well aware of the problems and have revealed that they're working with Robomodo on a fix.

In the UK, it is now a legal obligation for publishers to refund you on digital goods if, during 30 days prior to purchasing, it's faulty or broken. This accounts for all digital goods, but is particularly important for gamers as many have purchased a digital game only for it to be in an unplayable state and have felt cheated out of their cash.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Remember that really odd pre-order program that Square Enix launched for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided? Entitled "augment your pre-order", this program unlocked more pre-order bonuses the more people pre-ordered the game. Well, that's no more as Square Enix has cancelled it.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Guess what, Assassin's Creed Syndicate will have microtransactions. Yep, a game you're already expected to spend near-on £50 for, will be asking for more money while you're playing the game. Unfortunately this sort of thing is here to stay, so you better just get on with it.

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