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Spec Ops: The Line | I played a couple hours of 2K Game's Heart of Darkness-inspired shooter Spec Ops: The Line today. This image, showing lead Captain Walker in Dubai, was released to herald the coming of a new trailer next week. Our write up will be coming then too.


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Call of Duty Pulls In More than Three-Quarters of a Billion Dollars in Five Days, And Other Insane Numbers

Following in the footsteps of the last three Activision military shooters, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 had a record-breaking, money-printing first five days, pulling in more than $775 million in worldwide sales, Activision reports.
"With $775 million of sales of Call of Duty: More »


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The iPhone Rescues Superman From the Clutches of Bad Video Games

He flies. He has heat vision. He catches crashing airplanes. And he usually stars in bad video games. Not today.
The Man of Steel's new game, which is simply called Superman, is very good, if you play it on the iPhone or iPod Touch. More »


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It's Going to Take a "Couple of Weeks" to Make Call of Duty Elite Fully Functional, Says Developer

It wasn't the numbers that knocked Call of Duty: Elite on its ass the day it went live, it was the questions.
Speaking with Kotaku earlier this week Daniel Suarez, vice president of production at Actvision, walked us through how one of the most experienced online gaming companies in the world was... More »


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Envisioning a World Without Racism With Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

It might be seven years old, but that doesn't mean commenter Cheese Addict can't find a positive racial statement lurking in the back alleys of Grand Theft Auto: More »


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LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7 Shows How Good LEGO Games Can Look

Lego is at it again with LEGO Harry Potter Years 5-7, charming the pants off the players with it's dialogue free, semi satirical versions of the movies.
What really stands out this time is how good the game looks and feels. More »


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Which Class Should I Play in the Star Wars: The Old Republic Beta?

That's right; less than a month before the start of early access and I've finally made it into the beta test for Star Wars: The Old Republic. That leave me a weekend to learn all I can about one character class. More »


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True Tales of Skyrim Adventure: The Khajiit's Meow

It's the next -to-last day of our week-long celebration of the stories cultivated in the hearts and minds of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players! Today's Khajiit tale and tail is brought you you by a reader named Jud. More »


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The Voice Commands ofHalo: Anniversary are a Novelty, But Not Unappreciated

"I'm sorry Chris, I'm afraid I can't let you do that"
Until I hear those words coming out of my Xbox, (preferably right before it tries to kill me or something) I'll be resistant to believing claims of voice functionality working with games. More »


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Skyrim's Easiest Leveling Exploit Involves Brutalizing The First Character You Meet

The thing I always liked about the Morrowind games was trying to figure out ways to "break the game", and while you no longer can jump over and over again to level your character, I did find a funny exploit. More »


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