Minecraft Hits 11 Million Sales On Mac And PC

Mojang has announced that Minecraft for the Mac and PC has hit a massive 11 million sales, their website is showing that a total of 11,008,761 copies of the game have been sold for the Mac and PC.

Back in April Minecraft had sold 10 million copies of Minecraft for the PC and Mac, the PC version of the game was launched as a full version back in November of 2011.

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Battlefield 4 Frostbite 3 Trailer Reveals Features Of Next Generation Game (video)

Gamers looking forward to the launch of the new Battlefield 4 game which is currently under development are sure to enjoy this new feature trailer which has been released by DICE revealing how the new Frostbite 3 games engine will enhance the next generation Battlefield 4 game.

In the video after the jump learn more about the next generation Frostbite 3 engine powering Battlefield 4, straight from the developers at DICE.

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Age of Empires to be Licensed by Microsoft for Smartphone Gamers

If you’re a mobile gamer who prefers to get your gaming on the go from the smartphone powered by Android or the iPhone, Microsoft has a new videogame that you might be interested in. The software giant has announced that it will be producing a version of its Age of Empires game franchise specifically for mobile devices. The game will mark the first time an official Microsoft game title has been released for mobile platforms.

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Ouya Console Hits Retail And Sells Out Immediately

If you have been waiting to get your hands on the new Ouya console which started its life as a Kickstarter crowd funded project you will be pleased to know that the first devices have now started being made available in retail stores both as announced after a slight delay.

However almost immediately after being made available online via Amazon both in the UK and US the Ouya console has already sold out and is now in a 1-3 weeks waiting period for orders to be delivered.

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TitanFall Gameplay Demo Trailer And Details Unveiled (video)

Gamers looking forward to the launch of the new Titanfall first-person shooter from the creators of the Call of Duty series are sure to enjoy these new details released by the development crew of the game.

Together with the TitanFall gameplay demo that was recently shown at the E3 games conference in Los Angeles earlier this month, showing you a glimpse of what you can expect from the new game once it officially launches in the springtime next year.

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Sony PlayStation 4 Pre-Orders At GameStop “Unlimited”

It seems that Sony is very confident that it will be able to meet the launch day demands of gamers wanting to get their hands on their new next-generation Sony PlayStation 4 games console. As reports are suggesting that Sony has sent to GameStop that the company can sell as many Sony PlayStation 4 preorders as they like.

It was rumoured that Sony put a 100 unit limit on preorders for its Sony PlayStation 4 per store, but now that limit seems to have been lifted and an unlimited amount of Sony PlayStation 4 devices are now available to preorder from any GameStop store.

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Garry’s Mod Creator Launches New Zombie Survival Game, Rust In Alpha (video)

A new game has been launched this week in its early stage of Alpha of development called Rust, which has been released from the creators of the awesome Gary’s Mod.

The new Rust game combines elements of Zombie survival with crafting and stealth together in the new game, that allows you to build your own weapons, buildings and defences to protect yourself both from other players and zombie hordes. Check out the gameplay demo and quick 13 minute run through of the game to get a better feel of what you can expect once it’s officially launched in a final release.

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AMD’s Console Revival

Computer chipmaking company AMD has been hurting recently, but it’s about to dig itself out of poverty and well into riches. Regardless of who ends up on top during this next generation of console gaming, AMD is going to make out like a bandit. All three systems, Xbox One, PS4, and even Wii U, make use of AMD’s hardware. The revival could bring about a new age of PC gaming in addition to the new age of console gaming.

Consoles are becoming more and more like computers. With the switch from PowerPC to AMD and x86 architecture, consoles are more like computers than ever before. This means that creating games for consoles and PCs is easier than ever before too. Remember how PC iterations of games took a bit longer to come out during this generation? That’s likely going to become a thing of the past now that both make use of similar systems.

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