Monthly Archives: November 2011

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Skyrim patch: Resistance breaking bug found, some PS3 users still have lag

It looks as though some players are still experiencing some lag issues in Skyrim on PS3, even after applying the patch released on Monday. Furthermore, both PS3 and Xbox 360 users are reporting the patch came with a new bug,

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Skyrim patch: Resistance breaking bug found, some PS3 users still have lag

It looks as though some players are still experiencing some lag issues in Skyrim on PS3, even after applying the patch released on Monday. Furthermore, both PS3 and Xbox 360 users are reporting the patch came with a new bug,

30 DoG: Day 12

A Game Everyone Should Play Red Dead Redemption PS3, 360 Like day 11, it’s hard to choose only one winner. I could choose Super Mario Bros. for the NES (although I’m sick and tired of the franchise) for being the

30 DoG: Day 12

A Game Everyone Should Play Red Dead Redemption PS3, 360 Like day 11, it’s hard to choose only one winner. I could choose Super Mario Bros. for the NES (although I’m sick and tired of the franchise) for being the

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Germany banning the sale of Dead Island wasn’t “unexpected”, says Techland

Techland has said it wasn’t surprised when Germany banned its zombie-shooter Dead Island from being sold in the country. Matter of fact, the firm and its publisher Deep Silver were aware of such a possibility “from the very beginning.”Speaking with

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Germany banning the sale of Dead Island wasn’t “unexpected”, says Techland

Techland has said it wasn’t surprised when Germany banned its zombie-shooter Dead Island from being sold in the country. Matter of fact, the firm and its publisher Deep Silver were aware of such a possibility “from the very beginning.”Speaking with

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Ubisoft patches inverted aim support into Splinter Cell Trilogy on PSN

Ubisoft has patched the Splinter Cell Trilogy HD on PS3 to add inverted aim support after enough players informed the developer that it would be nice to have options pertaining to y-axis alignment. The firm has told Eurogamer the patch

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Ubisoft patches inverted aim support into Splinter Cell Trilogy on PSN

Ubisoft has patched the Splinter Cell Trilogy HD on PS3 to add inverted aim support after enough players informed the developer that it would be nice to have options pertaining to y-axis alignment. The firm has told Eurogamer the patch

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2K Australia working on BioShock: Infinite

MCV Pacific reports 2K’s Canberra studio is working with Irrational Games on BioShock: Infinite, having been given the news by a staffer. This is the second BioShock game the ACT-based team has co-developed; it had previously collaborated with the Californian

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2K Australia working on BioShock: Infinite

MCV Pacific reports 2K’s Canberra studio is working with Irrational Games on BioShock: Infinite, having been given the news by a staffer. This is the second BioShock game the ACT-based team has co-developed; it had previously collaborated with the Californian

30 DoG: Day 11

Favourite platform SNES It’s impossible to choose a platform I revere the most, considering the myriad of aspects that matters. The NES revolutionized the gaming industry, much like Atari did back in the 70’s and it was part of my

30 DoG: Day 11

Favourite platform SNES It’s impossible to choose a platform I revere the most, considering the myriad of aspects that matters. The NES revolutionized the gaming industry, much like Atari did back in the 70’s and it was part of my

Where did the couch go?

The couch is endangered. Well, not the actual couch, but the local version of co-op that I’m referring to. When the Pong arcade was released in 1972, it took the world by storm. Kids (and adults!) gathered to compete in

Where did the couch go?

The couch is endangered. Well, not the actual couch, but the local version of co-op that I’m referring to. When the Pong arcade was released in 1972, it took the world by storm. Kids (and adults!) gathered to compete in