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

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…

 
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Earthbound Heading to Wii U

One of the biggest things missing from the Virtual Console on Wii and 3DS has to have been Earthbound. The classic RPG, called Mother 2 in Japan, is constantly named one of the best games of the SNES era, and western players needed to either pay exuberant prices for an original copy or turn to piracy. That’s why one of the most exciting announcements to come out of yesterday’s Nintendo Direct had to be the fact that Earthbound is heading…

 
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Link to the Past Sequel, Zelda Classics Coming to 3DS

It was a fantastic day to be a Zelda fan yesterday, especially if you've been waiting for something new to play on your 3DS. During the Nintendo Direct, a couple of classic portable Zelda titles were announced to be coming to the 3DS Virtual Console, while those after a purely new experience got their fill as well.

 
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Soul Sacrifice new screenshots

European players have the chance to try Soul Sacrifice today, with a demo released for Vita. U.S. players had access to this same demo yesterday and discovered the ability to keep your save, which can then be used in the full game. This transfer will also reward early supporters with a bonus item called Spirit's Heart, to invoke a stone golem. The demo gives the ability to browse the first chapter of the adventure in its entirety. It even allows you to play with up to three others either locally or online. To keep you sated until then , have a look at some screenshots below, which show different elements of the demo .

 
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Company of Heroes 2 on Beta for Facebook Fans

Company of Heroes 2 was announced a year ago , this long-awaited game is now in closed beta . A simple like on the official page of the game will give you access to the closed beta . The only restriction is a steam account to run the beta client . so redeem now your steam key and don't miss this chance .

 
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GTA V Gets Two More Artworks

The two pictures show a bike and a Jet Ski, two of the vehicles available for us in Grand Theft Auto V. Players will will have the opportunity to sail the waves and even dive, as underwater missions are planned. The game is due for release on September 17, 2013 on PS3 and Xbox 360 .

 
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Saints Row 4 Achievements Leaked

Saints Row 4 is coming out in a few months, and today we got a small hint at what we can expect from the title when it’s released. Although hidden in the Steam client and on the website, you can use SteamDB to go through the Steam registry and find a page for Saints Row Episode 4. In the past few days, the achievements for that game have been added to that database entry. On top of the usual “complete…

 
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Bioshock Infinite Remains on top in UK, Despite Slowing Sales

Bioshock Infinite, the critically acclaimed sequel to 2007's Bioshock, remains in first place in the UK sales charts this week, although sales have dropped 44%. That gives you some indication of the state of the chart, with older games dominating the top 10.

 
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AVG: 90% of Game Hacks will Infect Your Computer

If you’re not the sort of person who believes in fair play, there’s another reason you probably shouldn’t start searching for hacks on the internet. AVG have this morning released a press release warning that up to 90% of game hacks contain (or just are) malware.  From the press release: “Even if we assume that just 0.1% of the gamers playing the top five titles go looking for a hack – a highly conservative estimate – that means 330,000 people…

 
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Ex-RARE Composer Releases Kameo Soundtrack, Includes Gamecube Tracks

If you're interested in Kameo, RARE or game development in general, you won't be able to pass up the golden opportunity of swimming through over 5 hours of music from Kameo: Elements of Power. The original composer, Steve Burke, has released well over 250 tracks for absolutely nothing. Although some of the music made it to the eventual Xbox 360 release, much of it is from earlier in development, from the time the game ran on Gamecube and on the original Xbox. The collection - which is only missing the songs that made it to the official soundtrack - also comes with original notes, so it's a real guided tour through the musical history of a game.