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Microsoft Studios Digital Sale for Xbox One, 360

Microsoft quietly launched a Microsoft Studios digital sale this week with some deep discounts on some of the studios best titles. For those with Xbox Live Gold, you will find even more savings on specific titles. While not every title available will peak your interest, I'm sure you will find plenty of items you are willing to drop a few dollars on.

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Battlefield Premium DLC Free for All on Xbox One, PS4

Although rumors have surfaced that EA is giving away Battlefield Hardline and Battlefield 4 Premium DLC first to only EA Access members, many outlets are reporting - and many consumers are indicating - that this DLC has been free since earlier this week for all Xbox and Playstation owners.

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Black Desert Online Reels In Pirate-Themed Mediah Part Two Update

At Games Reviews we generally do not just copy paste a press release for public consumption, but we are making an exception. Today, Daum Games - the company behind Black Desert Online - released a piratey update for their online title and sent out what might be the BEST press release ever written. How much time this took is beyond me, but read on for a good laugh and some important details on the latest update.

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Minecraft Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack Arrives in Stores in June

Microsoft announced today a release for the Minecraft Xbox One Edition Favorites Pack. The pack will be first in New Zealand and Australia on June 7th, and to the rest of the world on June 21st. The suggest retail price of this title will be 29.99. The bundles has been available digitally for some time, but now players will be able to pick up a physical copy at retail.

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May the 4th – New Force Awakens LEGO Details

Warner Bros and Travelers Tales promised that when Force Awakens - the LEGO adaptation - was released, it would include more than what was in the movie. Today, the delivered on that promise with a new trailer that details a few of the areas you will get explore, and the situations that you can play through, leading up to the events of The Force Awakens.

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UK, Foreign Video Game Pricing Out of Control

Prices for video games outside of the United States are slowly spinning out of control. Where I live in Canada, with a 13% Federal tax included, new release video games are hitting the 90-100 dollar mark. In the United States, games continue to be sold for 59.99.

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More Thoughts From Me #17: Nintendo Shouldn’t be in the Cellphone Gaming Market

I usually like to write positive things about Nintendo. I love the company and a lot of the games that they create. But there has been one thing really bugging me lately. I extremely dislike “mobile gaming” aka cellphone games. I’m not a cellphone person at all and I find most of the games for them are cheap and a waste of time. And now Nintendo is starting to make them. This is a huge mistake for the company. Let…

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Details Emerge on Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered

For those who were waiting for the official announcement that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered was actually going to be a thing, wait no more. It was announced today that a remastered edition of the original Modern Warfare title would be coming to consoles alongside the launch of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Unfortunately, as it stands right now, access to this will be limited.

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Uncharted Multiplayer DLC Will be Free says Naughty Dog

Thank God for companies like Naughty Dog and CD Projekt Red. Without their dedication to the actual consumer, we may have never seen free DLC during this current generation. Uncharted 4 developer Naughty Dog announced recently that all multiplayer DLC maps and add-ons will be free, forever.

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King’s Quest Chapter 3: Once Upon a Climb Review

A return of King's Quest on modern consoles had me giddy since day one, and Chapter 1 of this series really got things started off on the right foot. While I enjoyed Chapter 2, the constant crisscrossing of the dungeon, coupled with the lack of direction and the trail-and-error approach to puzzles put a bit of a damper on my experience. Was Chapter 3: Once Upon A Climb going to mirror the great, nostalgic tone that made Chapter 1 so great, or was it going to continue the slog that was Chapter 2? Fortunately, it was actually neither. Chapter 3 of the latest ...

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