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The Game Awards 2015 is right around the corner, boasting nominations for some of the best games to arrive in the past 12 months. But no awards show would be complete without a few snubs, and we've gone ahead and narrowed those omissions down to our top five for the year.
It looks like Batman: Arkham Knight fans are going to be kept plenty busy this month, with all sorts of new DLC coming to the Caped Crusader’s latest outing including new missions and new skins for the Batsuit and Batmobile pulled straight out of the upcoming movie, Batman v superman: Dawn of Justice.
Rockstar has decided to celebrate the football-themed Thanksgiving by rolling out some new content for Xbox One, PS4 and PC users. The new update sees two teams battling head-to-head on large empty bridges, almost like a game of football in cars.
DICE will release the "Battle of Jakku" downloadable content for Star Wars: Battlefront in December. This DLC, which takes players to a location seen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, also brings a brand-new game mode.
While Bungie has already listed the reward details for its upcoming Refer-a-Friend promotion in Destiny, some folks tend to be more visual learners. To that end, the team has put together a handy little video that shows off all of the goods you can earn by helping a new Guardian get to know the universe.
EA allegedly asked Breaking Benjamin singer and guitarist Benjamin Burnley to promote Star Wars: Battlefront on social media. They're probably regretting that decision now.
Video footage of multiplayer kills in competitive games come a dime a dozen. There's nothing special about killing someone in an online match of Halo. What is special is how that person gets killed, and in this most recent video we get to see one of the most ridiculous, match-ending kills in gaming history.
After BioShock: Infinite the series has been dormant ever since. The game created a lot of discussion and was somewhat controversial for groups, but that hasn't stopped it from being a top priority at Take-Two Interactive, according to CEO Strauss Zelnick.
There are at least a handful of titles that are coming out early in 2016 that should make an appearance at this year's show with new gameplay and features on display. There are also a few games due out sometime by the middle of 2016 that would also be perfect to appear at some point during the show. So we're covering the 8 big reveals to expect at the 2015 Game Awards.
Star Wars: Battlefront is currently suffering from a bug that causes a player to be invulnerable to harm.
The creative director for Kinect, Kudo Tsunoda, is no longer the front man for the technology. The man who revolutionized the possibility of looking at the bottom of your avatar's shoe is now being scuttled off to work on human interaction accessibility for Microsoft Edge and HoloLens.
Bethesda has filled Fallout 4 with tons of powerful weapons. However, some of the best options are carefully hidden in the wasteland.
Well it looks like Capcom might be looking to resurrect yet another last-gen game on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as Resident Evil 6 has been rated for both of those consoles in Korea.
Everything old is about to become new again in Destiny as Bungie announces that a whole bunch of year-one Exotics are set to receive year-two updates in the upcoming December update.