Titanfall gets a new co-op game mode

titanfall updateAre you still playing Titanfall? If so, this is some good news. Respawn Entertainment has announced the release of the eighth update for Titanfall. This is the biggest update ever released for Titanfall in fact and it brings with it a brand new co-operative game mode called Frontier Defense. In this mode players team up with three other players to defend an objective from increasingly intense waves of AI enemies.

This update is rolling out right now and should be available in all regions. So what other things can we expect from this update? Well, aside from adding a new co-operative mode this update also brings several fixes as well. Those fixes will improve the overall gameplay experience. There are also several fixes for online play as well.
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Civilization Beyond Earth Launching On Mac And Linux Before The Holidays (video)

Civilization Beyond Earth

Gamers patiently waiting for the launch of the new Sid Meier’s Civilization Beyond Earth game on PC might also be interested to learn that it will be launching on both Mac and Linux systems before the holiday season begins.

The new science-fiction-themed addition to the award-winning Civilization series allows players to take part of an expedition sent to find a home beyond Earth. Watch the official cinematic trailer and gameplay after the jump.

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Hearthstone Launching On Android Tablets Later This Year


Android tablet owners that enjoy playing the free to play card game from developers Blizzard in the form of Hearthstone. Might be pleased to know that Blizzard has today confirmed that an Android version of the Hearthstone game will be launching on Android tablets before the end of the year.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is a free to play digital collectable card game or CCG that was officially launched by Blizzard back in March 2014 and is currently available on PC and Mac, as well as Apple’s iPad tablets and Windows 8 attached devices, unfortunately Android tablets have been left out in the cold for some time.

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Razer Nabu Smartband Arrives At The FCC (video)

Razer Nabu

Originally unveiled at the beginning of this year during the CES 2014 technology show in January, very little has been heard about the new Razer Nabu smartband since, and it now seems that Razer has been busy finalising the design for a consumer launch.

This week the Razer Nabu smartband has been spotted making its way through the FCC and indicates that the Nabu might soon be available to purchase, directly from Razer and its stockists.

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Candy Crush Soda Saga hits Facebook

Candy CrushIt’s a mystery to me as to why, but Candy Crush is considered to be one of the most popular mobile games in the world. Don’t believe me? The developers of the game are said to be making over $600,000 a day on this game. You and I are clearly in the wrong profession.

Well, if you are tired of playing Candy Crush Saga, King has launched Candy Crush Soda Saga on Facebook. The game is meant to be a companion game to the Candy Crush Saga title. The game was in testing for a while, but now it is ready for prime time.
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Mass Effect Director Teases Oculus Rift Support For Next Project


Casey Hudson who until August of this year was the Mass Effect Director and celebrated video game developer at BioWare, who left to ‘take on a new set of challenges’. Has this week teased that his next project would support the awesome Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.

Hudson posted a picture over on the Twitter website of the recently shipped Oculus Rift Developer Kit 2 system he has received, accompanied with the message “It begins…”

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Xbox One Digital TV Tuner Launches In The UK For £24.99 (video)


During the summer at the beginning of August Microsoft announced the upcoming launch of its new Xbox One Digital TV Tuner throughout Europe and the UK, that would provide users with the ability to enjoy free-to-air DVB-T, DVB-T2, and DVB-C television.

Today the Digital TV Tuner has launched and is now available to purchase and offers the ability to also pause live TV and watch TV using the Xbox One Snap mode, all for the price of just £24.99 in the UK, watch the video below to learn more.

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Driveclub Online issues fixed for most gamers

driveclubps4Sadly, PlayStation 4 owners have had to wait for Driveclub for over a year. The game was delayed in November of 2013 and then when the game did launch there were tons of problems. Many of the features rely on online access since multiplayer is pretty much what this title is all about. So since launch Driveclub owners have had to put up with many issues. Like simply trying to connect to online servers. Problems that really should have been fixed long ago.

Developer Evolution Studio now says that these issues have been fixed for the “majority” of the people that are playing Driveclub. That’s great news as long as you are actually in that majority. Otherwise you are likely still pretty mad.
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Star Wars Battlefront 3 Gameplay Footage Leaked In Two 15 Mins Videos

Star Wars Battlefront 3

Unfortunately for fans of the Star Wars Battlefront series of games Star Wars Battlefront 3 was abruptly cancelled by LucasArts but if you would like to see what could have been.

Two new Star Wars Battlefront 3 gameplay trailers have been uploaded to YouTube revealing how complete the game was in its pre-alpha development stage and how it owl have run on the Xbox 360 console. But be quick as other footage that has been leaked of the Battlefront 3 has been pulled before.

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Total War Attila Trailer Teases New Features And Details (video)

Total War Attila

A new trailer has been released this week for the upcoming and highly anticipated new Total War Attila game that is currently under development and will be officially launching next year.

The latest Total War Attila trailer provides a quick look at the new features its developers working on to include within the siege battles in the latest Total War title set against the backdrop of Londinium in 395AD.

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RetroPi Raspberry Pi Emulator In-Car Console System

Raspberry Pi Emulator

Makers and hobbyists that enjoy building projects using the awesome Raspberry Pi single board computer might be interested in a new project published over on the Instructables website that provides instructions on how to create a Raspberry Pi Emulator in-car console.

The Raspberry Pi Emulator or RetroPi as it has been named, was created by Instructable’s member MoTinkerGNome and uses a Raspberry Pi B+, 3W class d amplifier together with a 5 inch TFT screen complete with mini driver HDMI purchased from Adafruit, all housed in a Pelican 1050 dry box.

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