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Hmm, evidently there are people playing the game. Honestly, I thought their player base dropped significantly; to the point where few gamers even cared about it. Anyway, the latest trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online, introduces the Dragonstar Arena, which is going to arrive in Update 4. Check it out:

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Getting to know 'Ratbag'. The trailer below explains more:

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is going to hit stores on September 30, for Xbox360, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC.

"This is looking like it might be very well done. Only the gameplay can bring it down now. Let's... - moriwenne"1

Had to have known Deep Silver and Volition would post a crazy trailer to accompany their Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell announcement. It's as insane as you might think.

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell is set for January 27, 2015 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. You can purchase it as a standalone or buy it bundled with the new generation port of Saints Row IV: Re-Elected.

"I guess Saints Row found itself. But it's going down a path I can't follow. - RenegadeCZ"1

Yeah, yeah, I know it's not much of a news story, but hey, what can I say life is boring sometiems. Accompanying the announcement of the Total War: Rome 2 Emperor Edition, Sega releases a few screenshots from Creative Assembly's strategy game.

Total War: Rome 2 was released back in September 3, 2013 for PC.

"I wonder if this would be a nice pick up? I avoided the first launch like the plague with all the... - moriwenne"1

A new Saints Row entry was teased this morning, and Volition has made it official at PAX Prime. In 2015, Volition and Deep Silver will release a standalone expansion pack for Saints Row IV that will take the Saints where they've never gone before. I was personally wondering how they would top Saints Row IV with the whole super powers schtick, but now I have my answer. The saints will be foraging down to Hell in what it seems to be a way to bring back Johnny Gat. 

Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell will cost $20. There has been no announcement for which platforms it will release on, but since they also announced at PAX Prime that Saints Row IV will port over to Xbox One and PS4 in 2015, we'll see Gat Out of Hell almost everywhere.

"I don't understand this franchise's obsession with this uninteresting character. Other game... - RenegadeCZ"2

SEGA has announced a definitive edition for Total War: Rome II, the Emperor Edition, which includes all of the free content released thus far and a brand new expansion pack—the Imperator Augustus campaign. The Augustus campaign takes place during the Second Triumverate War, when Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian battled for the Emperor title.

“With the Imperator Augustus Campaign Pack, we wanted to recreate the vast civil war which erupted after Julius Caesar’s murder," said Jack Lusted, Development Lead of Creative Assembly's New Content Team. “You can tackle the campaign as various Roman and non-Roman factions, including Armenia for the first time. Our aim was to represent the titanic power struggle that led to Octavian becoming the first Emperor of Rome. It’s a pretty epic campaign, and it’s great that we can offer this to existing Rome II players for free as a thanks for their support.”

Those who already own Total War: Rome II will not have to buy this new expansion to get the Augustus pack, either. Everyone who already owns the game will get automatically upgraded to the Emperor Edition. 

The Emperor Edition also includes a few new feature updates, including Twitch streaming, a Mac version, an improved politics system, rebalanced battles, and a building chain overhaul. 

“Rome II was far and away our most ambitious game. We see more people playing, and playing for longer, than any other game in the Total War series," Creative Director Mike Simpson said in a press release. "However, we take our players’ feedback very seriously. Through the multitude of improvements and free content updates we’ve brought to ROME II since its launch, we’ve worked hard to try and meet their expectations. We want Emperor Edition to be remembered as one of our finest games.”


Oh the headache I have from Nintendo constantly coming out with new SKUs for its handhelds. And today Nintendo has done it yet again by announcing the New 3DS. Apparently they haven't learned anything about branding from the Wii U either.

Unlike the 3DS XL, the New 3DS will fundamentally alter the hardware by adding a second analog stick, that looks a lot like those eraser nubs from the early laptop days.

It's called the "c-stick," and some upcoming 3DS games will require its use, such as Dragon Quest X: Online, Final Fantasy Explorers, and Monster Hunter 4G. It will also be implemented for Super Smash Bros. for the 3DS, but the new handheld is not required for this fighting game.

The New 3DS will also incorporate two new back buttons, the ZL and the ZR, therefore giving it more console controller buttons than the Vita. 

It also has a more powerful CPU, an updated 3D system that will let users see 3D even at angles, new additional storage, and a sensor that automatically adjusts the screen's brightness.

The New 3DS currently only has a Japan release date of October 11th for ¥16,000 ($154) for the basic and ¥18,800 ($181) for the New 3DS LL.

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In a lengthy press release from Nintendo that included preorder information for their Amiibos, new holiday bundles, and more downloadable games for the 3DS and Wii U, the company slipped in Bayonetta 2's release date.

Just in case your October wasn't hectic enough, Bayonetta 2 will slide in on October 24th. The game will include the original Bayonetta, just in case you want to replay the game with Wii U controls or never experienced that insanity the first time around.

"I knew it!!! - Doomsday."3

Those crazy Aussies are at it again. This time around, the good-old ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission) is suing the Valve Software over the development studio's Steam refund policy.

ACCC alleged that the refund policy on Steam indicates the following:

  • Consumers were not entitled to a refund for any games sold by Valve via Steam in any circumstances.
  • Valve had excluded, restricted or modified statutory guarantees and/or warranties that goods would be of acceptable quality.
  • Valve was not under any obligation to repair, replace or provide a refund for a game where the consumer had not contacted and attempted to resolve the problem with the computer game developer; and the statutory consumer guarantees did not apply to games sold by Valve.

Apparently, this clashes with Australian law somewhat. "It is a breach of the Australian Consumer Law for businesses to state that they do not give refunds under any circumstances, including for gifts and during sales," said ACCC chairman Rod Sims. "Under the Australian Consumer Law, consumers can insist on a refund or replacement at their option if a product has a major fault."

Ah, it's always fun to learn more about those wacky Aussies and their laws. I remember that the first R18+ rated video game got released in that region only last year.

"At least you can still fuck koalas over there. I apologize if I'm being vulgar. - Un Om Bun"2

With PAX Prime kicking off today, numerous reports are already indicating some announcements. Deep Silver is going to unveil a new Saints Row related title, according to a tweet posted by the publisher. Have a looksy:

Yep, that's the Saints Row logo alright. PAX Prime is held in Seattle and we hope to bring you more on this later during the day.


For a while now, Capcom has been working on a brand new PS4-exclusive RPG called Deep Down. So, far there hasn't been much media or info and it looks as though a lot of people were worried about the state of the game.

Well, judging by the video you're about to see below, Capcom's project is moving along nicely. The fresh gameplay footage shows Deep Down's multiplayer co-op that evidently supports two and four players. Check it out:

More of the game will be showcased during the TGS 2013. Also, I have to say that this looks a bit more appealing than From Software's Bloodbourne.


And there was me thinking Blizzard has developed a decent content patch for all of their loyal Diablo 3 players. I was genuinely looking forward to some sweet and tasty loot, as me and my fellow team members explore the wonders of the newly incorporated Greater Rifts and such. Of course, little did I know that in order to enter Greater Rifts you have to freakin' farm your head off until you get specific items such as Greater Rift Keystones and, yes, a lot depends on the drop rate and which difficulty level your on, etc.

I've quickly gone from "I slightly love, Blizz" to "I hate your guts, Blizzard."

Also, at this point, I like to say that this weekend I'll be on the lookout for something soft to chew on and I'm all out of gum (also, it's not cock, because cock is hard... it's not! stop saying and thinking of cock stop it... DOH!). Tits!

Thank you.

Have a great Friday.

"Mornin' Booooooooobies!!! :D When new and next-gen games fuck you up, you should go back in... - Doomsday."4

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CI Games' action RPG Lords of the Fallen actually looks pretty good. I mean for a new IP. We've played it at this year's E3 and it looked promising. Check out the latest trailer, which shows off some of the areas we'll be traversing through. Expect the game to arrive on October 28 for Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


CCP Games, developer of EVE Online, has closed its San Francisco studio. In addition, Gamasutra has reported the two top executives have also left the company, CFO Joe Gallo and CMO Dave Reid. The company's revenues for the first six months of this fiscal year were down a bit compared to last year, but earnings before taxes dropped down to $4.5 million from $8.3 million.


Ubisoft announced on their blog today that Assassin's Creed Unity has been delayed, but do not fret too much, as it's been delayed to November, not next year. Specifically, it will release on November 11th, along with Assassin's Creed Rogue, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and The Crew. Ubisoft is going to be quite busy on that date. 

Reason for the delay?

“This being a fully next-gen game, it requires a lot of work, a lot of production, and a lot of learning,” said Senior Producer Vincent Pontbriand. “It’s always hard to be precise and to quantify exactly how much work is involved. So as we get close to the finish we often realize we’re near the target but we’re not quite there yet.”

I always appreciate a delay for polish, especially after my personal horrific experience with Assassin's Creed III, but come on, my November was bad enough as it was. I have a sneaking suspicion it will get pushed to 2015 like everything else as well. I have nothing to confirm my thoughts, but it wouldn't surprise me if it happened.

"Expect more delays. - im_stardust"1

You can digitally preorder Destiny for the Xbox One now, and once your preorder it, you can predownload it as well (ignore how silly that sounds for just a second). Think of it as downloading a season pass for DLC or an episodic series, where you can download everything up front, but you have to wait for it to unlock. 

Two Destiny editions will be available for preorder, the regular edition and the Digital Guardian edition, which contains "a digital download copy of Destiny, and access to the Vanguard Armory and Emblem pre-order bonus, an exclusive Ghost Casing, Player Ship, and Player Emblem, and a reservation for two upcoming Destiny Expansions featuring all new storylines, new cooperative and competitive activities, and new weapons, armor, and gear to earn."

Destiny will release on September 9, 2014 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.



PAX Prime kicks off tomorrow, so expect to see lots of trailers today, tomorrow, and all weekend long as developers and publishers release a smidge more information this weekend in Seattle. Square Enix is kicking it off with a features trailer for Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMix.

Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMix will release for the PS3 on December 2, 2014. It's an HD remastered version of Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, and it also contains remastered cut scenes from Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded.


There comes a time, like now, when we put aside our male needs and turn towards the needs of.. that other species. Ya know... right? I wouldn't know. I don't meet a lot of them. Or any of them.

As Maurice Moss (IT Crowd) would say: "Women, you can't live with them, you can't find them."

Here's a snip from our Top 11 Man-Candy of Gaming:

Geralt of Rivia, The Witcher Trilogy

Geralt is another character with a super sexy voice, but he ain't bad to look at either, and practically every woman in The Witcher games feels the same way. That is the biggest problem with Geralt, however. He'd never stay true, loyal, or monogamous, but eh, the purpose of eye-candy is not to look for an ideal mate for life, it's someone to goggle and drool over a little. Men make Geralt a sex maniac in the games to see boobage, and women do so to see most of him in action. And if you're gay, hey it works both ways there too.

"Pffft, no Zangief or Varric, true alpha males - GrgoljBlaster"14

Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney has been out in Japn for awhile, but fans of the games in the West will finally get a chance to play this puzzler tomorrow, August 29th. These two ace puzzle solvers will team up to solve mysteries and take over the courtroom in the way only Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright can.

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't interested in this game at all. As much as I try to quit Professor Layton, those puzzle games bring me right back in (although I guess this time, they're bringing me WRIGHT back in).

Check out the launch trailer below.

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Back in July, actress and model Lindsay Lohan sued Rockastar Games over Grand Theft Auto 5, suggesting that the game uses her image.

Attorneys for Take-Two Interactive, the publisher behind GTA 5, are saying that Lindsay's lawsuit was filed "for publicity purposes," as reported by court papers Big Story. The goal is to have the actress and model's lawsuit dismissed and legal fees paid by her.

Up until now games were always victims of idiots like this. If this is an aim to gain more publicity, which it almost certainly is, then I think that any sane person or reasonably impartial judge should spit in her eye. Damn, I wish the judge plays GTA Online or something.

"Tits - Smiley_ie"11

My Samsung (Android) phone sucks. The fucker is so slow, I can barely play any games on it. I tried to play Gesundheit! the other day and the damn thing had a choppy frame-rate. I need a gayPhone. I mean iPhone or an iPad, so I can play cool, chic, sexy, hipster games and talk and tweet about them forever... wait, wait...

W-w-what's happening to me?

Kill the hipster in me. Just shoot it, kill it, kill it!!

"Samsungs cheap plastic phones are known for being slow from their bloatware aka Touchwiz. Install a... - Chunder"15

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