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Sunset Overdrive: The Mystery of Mooil Rig DLC Impressions

If you remember our Sunset Overdrive review from later in December, you know that we felt this was one of the most interesting games to be released in the last little while. It's completely wacky and almost nothing makes logical sense. But that is what makes the game so damn good. Insomniac Games added to the fun with their latest DLC which came out in late December: Mystery of the Mooil Rig.

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Will Microsoft Really stick to Regular Priced Xbox Ones?

With the turning of the calendar also came the end of Microsoft's 50.00 discount on Xbox One consoles. Since beginning the initiative in November, Microsoft has sold very well, often outselling the competition. So with the increase back to regular price, will Xbox be limiting their sales potential for 2015?

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Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island – A Perfect 10/10 Expansion

Last week, Microsoft and Turn 10 (surprisingly) released a big expansion for Forza Horizon. This isn’t just a car pack or a collection of new racing events and bucket list challenges. Well, actually it is, but it’s a lot more than that too. Storm Island will get Forza fans playing the game again over the holiday season, and it’s definitely worth every penny and all your time. For $20.00 – or $10.00 if you have the VIP package – players…

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Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island DLC Releases Today

Count me in the group of people who had no idea this was coming. Back when Forza released, I chose the regular edition over the other editions based on value-for-dollar-spent. Personally, I didn't see the value in shelling out 99.99 for the best edition. Regardless, what I saw in that edition was a pack of DLC that I wasn't interested in. Something wasn't included, and it was released today.

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Nintendo speaks on amiibo Availability

People are beginning to realize that certain amiibo figures are harder to find than others, most notably Marth, Animal Crossing Villager, and the Wii Fit Trainer. No one really know whether or not these are limited run figures or not, but Nintendo finally spoke on the issue. From Nintendo of Canada PR.

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I Will Buy Final Fantasy 7 on PS4 – So Should You

Final Fantasy VII is coming to PS4, and although it isn't the shiny remake many of us would have wanted, it's still an incredibly tempting offer.

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Bet365 Casino App Review

Founded in the year 2000 and now one of Europe's largest virtual betting platforms, bet365 has invested heavily in its software over the last few years. In fact, thanks to annual profits topping £600, the development team at bet365 HQ have managed to squeeze casino games, poker and sports betting into a single online platform. Not only that, but over the last few years these games have been optimized for us on a range of mobile devices.

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The New Era of Online Casino Games

Betting habits have changed for players since a few years with the introduction of online casinos such as Mr Green Casino, Gala Casino, Betfair Casino, 888 Casino, Magical Vegas, Betway Casino, etc. The internet has made way to new type of games that can be played from nearly everywhere over the world thanks to the internet.

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Year End Review: Nintendo Continues to Climb

We all now about Nintendo's struggles in 2013. At least, that's what too many people seem to want to focus on. However, if you look at what Nintendo put out on their systems this year, you realize that of the big three, they hands down had the best, most consistent line up of quality, problem free, AAA titles. When you examine November releases, the Playstation 4 and Xbox One titles were plagued with problems not present in Nintendo offerings this year.

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Xbox Live Down Periodically Last Night thanks to Hackers

Last night, Xbox Live users were having a hard time attempting to connect online. Xbox Support was not claiming to be down, but many users were having a hard time getting things connected. Apparently, a big hacking group was behind the whole situation, and have also been behind the issues that PSN and Destiny faced earlier. The group goes by the Twitter handle of Lizard Squad, and their number one goal is to take down the online features of some of the biggest video game companies.

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