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Xbox One won’t work in more than half of the world

Living in Poland or Portugal and looking forward to buying the Xbox One in October? You'll be disappointed to hear that the Xbox One won't work in your country, or at least not at launch.

 
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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II Announced

We published the review of the first game only a few weeks ago, and yet developer NeoCoreGames aren't resting on their laurels. They've already announced a sequel. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II will be more of the same, only with darker things afoot. By defeating the main boss at the end of the first game, Van Helsing has only laid open the opportunity for another bigger, badder foe to show their head.

 
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Tomura: “We may have announced [Kingdom Hearts 3] a little too early.”

It was the best moment of the Sony conference, up there alongside Final Fantasy XV: Kingdom Hearts 3 - in development. It's been a long time coming and confirmation that we may soon be able to get our grubby little mitts on one of the most requested sequels of all time was overwhelming. Well, we may need to reel in our excitement a little bit. Series creator Tetsuya Nomura has told Famitsu that, while it was a necessary announcement to make, it may well have been a little too early.

 
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Vice City Stories for PC Total Conversion Mod Released

Although the PS2-era Grand Theft Auto games are by and large available on pretty much any system you want to play them on, with two pretty major exceptions. Liberty City and Vice City Stories were PSP games that deepened the cities and stories behind Grand Theft Auto 3 and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They got a PS2 port back in the day and were recently released via the PlayStation Store for download, but there's going to be another way of playing soon as well.

 
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PlayStation Battle Royale Sold Over a Million Units, No New DLC

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale sold over a million units, Shuhei Yoshida has revealed. Across two platforms, the Sony-focussed brawler included many fan favourites from the last two decades of PlayStation, although a few key heroes were missing and this affected initial reaction. This, paired with a general lack of marketing, caused the game to do only moderately well at retail, but also the hiring of a new marketing team and the dismissal of Superbot, the developer behind Battle Royale.

 
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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS

In the wake of the E3 Nintendo Direct presentation, a new trailer for the 3DS’ Link to the Past sequel was uploaded on Nintendo’s official website, leaving us with a curious, new title for the anticipated sequel. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.

 
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Final Fantasy XV Screenshots, Battle Trailer

Final Fantasy XV, nee Final Fantasy Versus XIII, will probably be with us within the next 18 months. The excitement is palpable, and I'm sure people who have been waiting the best part of a decade for this are going to be obsessing over trailers and screens for months and weeks to come. We thought we'd make that a little easier by providing a few screens of our own.

 
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Pokemon X & Y Release Date, New Type Revealed

During their E3 Nintendo Direct presentation this morning, Nintendo revealed a new trailer for Pokemon X and Y. In addition to showcasing the newly announced Kalos region, a handful of new Pokemon have also been revealed.

 
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Microsoft apologizes for ‘rape joke’

At the Microsoft Press Conference on Monday a male and female MS representative took to the stage to demonstrate Killer Instinct. As the round of virtual fighting got underway the male quickly dominated the match landing every blow and giving the woman little chance to respond to the onslaught. Their fight-talk (which in my opinion seemed rehearsed) quickly escalated and near the end of the round and close to defeat the woman...

 
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Super Smash Brothers Wii U/3DS Announced, New Challengers Approach

That there were two Super Smash Brothers games in development was no secret, but it was still great to get that first look in today's Nintendo Direct. The cel-shaded 3DS version that looked nice and smooth, if a little rough when made to fit a TV screen, and the sharp HD Wii U version. These are both going to end up as top games on their respective consoles, if only by their doing more of the same, but with better graphics.