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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition Limited to 30 FPS

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition might contain improved graphics, a new Lara and all the DLC, but there's one area in which it certainly isn't "definitive." Scot Amos of Crystal Dynamics has today confirmed that the new-gen version of last year's Tomb Raider reboot will be limited to 30 frames per second.

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IO Reveal Details on Next Hitman

The next Hitman game is being developed for PC and new-gen consoles. That’s all we know about it, or at least that’s all we knew until earlier when IO Interactive posted an open letter to the official Hitman website revealing a little more about the genesis of the game. It appears they’ve looked at feedback for Absolution and will be creating something to please both old and new fans. From the letter: The game concentrates on the core Hitman fantasy…

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Next-Gen Dark Soul II Not Ruled Out

Dark Souls II is gearing up to be a great game for core gamers, and hopefully it'll manage to be just as tough as its predecessors. Here's the problem: a lot of core gamers have moved onto next-gen consoles and would probably quite like the bulk of their hobby to happen from the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. Dark Souls II is only coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. But hope is not yet lost.

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Tetris Dropping on PS4 and Xbox One

You've got your nice shiny next-gen console, you've got a HDTV and your state of the art smartphone for second screen play. There's only one thing missing really, isn't there? Tetris. Because as easy as it would be to joke about the classic game coming to the latest gaming machines, actually, there's not a down side.

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Diablo 3 Coming to Xbox One?

Diablo 3 recently made the jump to PlayStation 3 and will soon be available on PlayStation 4 as well. Xbox One users have, so far, gone completely without, but that hasn't stopped them getting their hopes up after a couple of retailers have listed a re-release for Microsoft's latest machine. Could it be that Sony only paid for timed exclusivity and that Xbox One owners will get Diablo 3 in time as well?

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Skyrim Isn’t Coming to PS4, Xbox One

Last week, Bethesda accidentally teased their fanbase with the unveiling of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One edition of Skyrim. The community went mad, some wondering why it was a necessary addition to new generation machines, others excited to once again explore a now refreshed, graphically improved land. Unfortunately, it isn't going to happen.

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Ground Zeroes Being Optimized for Each Controller

There are similarities between the various controllers on the market, but there are differences as well. Even when the controllers seem to offer comparable things and be relatively the same size, there may be features that just can't be utilized across every platform. That's why Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes will be optimized for each different input method, Kojima has confirmed.

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Titanfall Maximum Player Count is 6v6

Titanfall is looking to offer an alternative arcade shooter experience that'll compete nicely with Call of Duty while pushing the genre on a little. Today, some were worried that things hadn't changed enough, with the announcement that the maximum number of combatants in a match will be 12.

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Alien: Isolation Announced

Looking for something to scare your socks off? Alien: Isolation looks like it might actually be that game, and while we've been disappointed by the IP before, SEGA look to have fixed things completely this time around. Horror? Check. Deadly aliens? Check. Unnecessary character link to previous entries? Check. Hell - it could even be a new entry in the film franchise.

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Left 4 Dead Devs Announce Evolve

There really aren't enough co-op multiplayer games around, to the point where Left 4 Dead manages to stand out basically unchallenged. They're fantastic games in their own right, especially if you have people to enjoy them with, but ultimately there isn't much competition. That's going to change soon, when Evolve is released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC later this year.

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