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Fake EA Sports Twitter Account Used To Scam Gamers Out Of Origin Info
Malwarebytes has up a blog post about the scammers who are using a fake EA Sports channel in an attempt to pilfer gamers out of their Origin account information.
Killzone: Mercenary Launches Offline Botmode For Vita Shooter Today
The war between the Helghast and the ISA continues to rage on the Vita as the team at Guerilla Cambridge finally announce the launch of an offline Botzone for Killzone: Mercenary, releasing today.
Xbox 360 Spring Sale Offers Batman: Arkham, Assassin's Creed 4 Discounts
Microsoft has launched a new set of discounts for Xbox 360 owners today. Xbox Live Gold subscribers and everyone else can pick up full games and DLC packs on the cheap until April 21st.
PlayStation Plus Adds Castle Of Illusions And Loads Of Lego Discounts Today
For PlayStation Plus subscribers looking to adventure to a magical realm with a big-eared hero or save some money on Lego games and more, this week's update is just for you. Get ready for Castle of Illusion and a bunch of new discounts once the weekly PlayStation Network update goes live this afternoon.
JetGetters Hits Kickstarter Goal, Still Needs Help For Wii U, XB1, PS4 Ports
TinyBuild Games, the same distorted minds that brought you the gleefully psychotic No Time To Explain, have hit their Kickstarter goal for their Just Cause meets Sky Drift called JetGetters. But the adventure is just beginning.
Titanfall's Xbox 360 Sales Are 71%, Xbox One Sales Are 27% In UK
Games Industry managed to get their hands on some of the stats from the UKIE game charts courtesy of Gfk Chart-Track and it bodes well for the Xbox 360.
Severed Goes On Stylized First-Person Adventure Next Year
DrinkBox Studios is known for creating some unique, visually interesting games, including About a Blob, Mutant Blobs Attack and Guacamelee. But now that they’ve pulled back the curtain on their most recent offering, Severed, it looks like fans of the indie developer have the most unique, most visually interesting of their games to date looming just over the horizon.
The Last Of Us Screenshot, Videos Show Difference Between PS3, PS4 Versions
In an attempt to curb some of the sardonic discussions sprouting up in the face of the announcement, Naughty Dog released a video featuring The Last of Us looking high and pretty on the PS4 and running at 60 frames per second.
Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Death Shield Bug Is Funny And Depressing
Battlefield 4 is suffering from a new game-breaking bug. This latest glitch, dubbed "death shield," is funny as long as you don't encounter it yourself.
Maya LT Launches On Steam April 22nd
Game designers from big or small studios will be able to gain easy access to the necessary design tools to make the sort of games they've always wanted. How will this be possible? Well, Autodesk has announced that Maya LT, a “light” version of the Maya animation and 3D sculpting tools will be made available on Steam Starting April 22nd.
The Hong Kong Massacre Is Like Hotline Miami Meets John Woo
The Hong Kong Massacre can best be described as Hotline Miami meets a John Woo flick. The game takes great care and measure in its depiction of bullet effects, explosions and blood splatter.
PlayStation Vita Getting Dead Nation, Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars And Oreshika
Developers continue to make a strong argument for owning a PlayStation Vita, today announcing four more titles will be coming to Sony's handheld console including Dead Nation, Soul Sacrifice Delta, Freedom Wars and Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines.
Blue Estate Will Finally Put Kinect On Xbox One To Use
Microsoft now has a new chance to win over the masses with Kinect in a brand new (sort of), hardcore shooting game... that's on-rails. The game is called Blue Estate.
World Of Darkness MMO Cancelled By EVE Developer
World of Darkness, an MMORPG based on the Vampire: the Masquerade pen-and-paper RPG, is no more. CCP Games announced today that they've scuttled the project following over four years of development.
Trials Fusion, Beyond Two Souls Hit PSN This Week
This week's latest offerings on the PlayStation Network are a big, eclectic mix as gamers are invited to go on an epic adventure with friends, perform insane stunts on a motorcycle, test their knowledge in all realms of trivia and, perhaps the most epic of all of these options, play backgammon.