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SimCity 2.0 Coming April 22nd

blank Two months after its chaotic release, the problems are far from solved for SimCity. Many bugs continue to plague the gameplay for many players. Perhaps a part of the solution will come with this patch:

 

46 million Xbox Live accounts

blank In its quarterly financial report, Microsoft announced that 46 million users have created Xbox Live accounts worldwide. That's an increase of 18% since 2012. For comparison, in March 2012, Sony posted that they had 90 million PSN users.

 

Monster Hunter Online Announced

blank Capcom has officially announced Monster Hunter Online, which will be available later this year. So far it's only been announced for the Chinese market and will use the CryEngine 3.The environment is intended to play a big part in the MMO. Of course, there will be more than a few exclusive monsters. In order to combat these monsters, players will have the option of using new vehicles that will allow them to take their hunting to the ocean and skies. New weapons will also be available, each ...

 
 

Metro: Last Light PC Specs Revealed

blank 4A Games has released the recommended configurations for their upcoming FPS, Metro: Last Light, which releases on May 14, 2013. Check out the the required specs below and see if your PC will be able to run this beast. Note that the optimal configuration with Nvidia Titan is obviously reserved for the elite ready to throw 1,000 dollars at a graphics card.

 

PS Plus news

blank In a recent Playstation Blog post Content Manager Chris Howe revealed the content available for PS+ members in May. From May 1st, PS+ Subscribers will get the excellent (and pretty recent) Hitman: Absolution and the quirky puzzle/horror game Catherine completely free. Other free titles available to download in May include the action-packed adventure Malicious and PS Vita players will get a side-scrolling shoot-em-up called Sine Mora and Velocity.

 

Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars, Massive FOUR RPG Pack, Announced for Vita/PC – Updated

blank If you're a fan of indie RPGs, you may just need to hold onto your hat. Zeboyd, the group that made Cthulhu Saves the World, Breath of Death VII and On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, have announced Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars for Vita and PC. All-Stars will contain remakes of Cthulhu Saves the World and of Breath of Death VII (to put them on par with Precipice), as well as rebalancing and new features. More than that, the collection will have sequels to both games, Breath of ...

 
 

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review Scores

blank With largely positive reviews, this is a title that might just be worth looking into. The GamesReviews review is 8.0/10.

 

Draw Slasher Released April 23rd, Trailer

blank Draw Slasher, a touch screen platformer from the people who made Run Like Hell for iOS, is releasing on PlayStation Vita next week. It'll publish on the PlayStation Store on Tuesday in the US and on Wednesday for EU territories (including Australia). It'll be available for $6 or 5 euros and is a sequel to 2011's Draw Slasher: The Quest. Although the gameplay remains similar to its predecessor, things have been made bigger for Vita, with the inclusion of several new modes.

 

Razer Holds Onto Cash after 90%-off Mess Up

blank You may have heard that the EU Razer store had something of an unexpected sale this week. By typing “1234” into the discount code section of the checkout, you were able to pick up any item at 10% of the original price. 90% off everything, allowing users to purchase £300 keyboards for £30. Nobody expected to actually get their items, but you have to be in it to win it. Since then, Razer have apparently taken money from those who…

 
 

Gamers Spend less now than Five Years Ago, Turn to Second Hand, Avoid Release Window to Save Money

blank The yearly average spend for gamers has dropped over the last five years, a survey from VoucherCodesPro has revealed. While a little over a quarter of the gamers questioned still claimed to buy at least one game a month, over half of those surveyed said they are buying less games now than they were five years ago. Only a fifth said they only bought titles that really interested them, and 1% claimed to buy games weekly. Now there’s a one…