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The Walking Dead Season Two: Episode 2 ‘A House Divided’ Game Review
Just two months after TellTale Games kicked off December with the release of The Walking Dead Season Two, TellTale have released episode two of the second season. Continuing from where we left off in Episode One (if you haven’t yet, read the review for that episode here), “A House Divided” kicks off by reminds us what happened last time, taking us through some of the events that we previously…
Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition coming to the PS4 on March 4th
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The flash drive will also be available in a 64GB version for $129.99, or in a 128GB version for $199.99, featuring both integrated security software and encrypted password protection, promising…
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That security fix is quite important as it fixes an SSL security bug, which allowed an attacker to bypass SSL/TLS verification.
Aside from that, the update also allows…
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The conference will focus on the Ara Module Developers Kit, allowing developers to build there own Ara modules that can be fitted to the…
Titanfall mechs explained in new trailer
Titanfall is only a month away, launched on March 28th the game brings a new style to the first person shooter genre, with the introduction of player controlled mechs alongside the usual player vs player gameplay.
Some might not know all that much about the mechs yet, so Respawn has this week released a new four minute trailer to explain the titans and their classes.
The video features Jessica…