Rockstar to Release 10th Anniversary Soundtrack for ‘Max Payne 3’ With Unreleased Tracks

Last month, Remedy announced that they were going ahead with Rockstar Games to remake the first two Max Payne games. And now, Rockstar in turn are remaking the soundtrack to Max Payne 3 as part of the game’s 10th anniversary. Coming later this year to digital streaming platforms and limited-edition vinyl, Max Payne 3 – The […]

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2011’s ‘Alice: Madness Returns’ is Back on Steam

Fans of American McGee’s Alice: Madness Returns will no doubt be pleased to learn that after a lengthy absence, the game is back on Steam. The second entry in McGee’s dark take on the Alice in Wonderland stories. Alice: Madness Returns was originally delisted from Steam five years ago, due to the license expiring, and […]

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Epic Games Store Makes 2010s ‘Tomb Raider’ Trilogy Available For Free

How’s this for a free game (or games, for that matter)? Seeing as this year was the 25th anniversary of the Tomb Raider series, Epic has decided to grant not one but three free Tomb Raider games for to cap off their free games blitz. What are those games, you might ask? That would be […]

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[Watch] Check Out This ‘BioShock Infinite’ “Demake” Made in The Style of The SNES

It may be a while before we hear more about that BioShock sequel currently in production, so leave it to fans to tide us over. YouTuber 64-bits, who has done several parody videos, has come up with a little something for BioShock Infinite: a 16-bit “demake” video in the style of the Super Nintendo. The […]

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Horror in a Box: 20 Years of Exclusive Horror Games For Xbox Consoles

What started as a snicker for many gamers way back in 2001 has gone on to become a successful endeavor for Microsoft. True, the Xbox has always played runner-up to Sony’s PlayStation, and it wasn’t without its growing pains (the initial Xbox controllers, the infamous 360 Red Ring of Death), but the extraordinarily large game […]

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‘Alien: Isolation’ Announced for Android and iOS Devices; Arriving December 16th

If you’re one of the few who haven’t played Alien: Isolation yet, Sega is making it so you have no excuse not to play it. Announced today, Alien: Isolation will arrive on iOS and Android devices on December 16th for $14.99 USD, with Feral Interactive handling the porting duties as they did for the Nintendo […]

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‘Metal Gear Solid 2’, ‘Metal Gear Solid 3’ Removed From Digital Storefronts Today For License Renewals

If by chance you go looking for Metal Gear Solid 2 or Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater today, and you can’t find them on digital storefronts, don’t panic. Konami announced late yesterday that they are temporarily removing both titles from digital storefronts in order to renew the licenses for some of the historical archive […]

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‘Castlevania: Harmony of Despair’ And ‘Resident Evil: Code Veronica X’ Highlight Xbox Games With Gold For October

Xbox fans are getting their Halloween treats once again this year with Microsoft’s October lineup of free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Alongside Aaero and Hover for Xbox One, Xbox 360 games include Konami’s Castlevania: Harmony of Despair and Capcom’s Resident Evil Code: Veronica X. Castlevania: Harmony of Despair will be available from October 1 […]

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[Watch] GVMERS Doc Takes a Look at ‘The Chronicles of Riddick’ Games

Starbreeze surprised everyone back in 2004 with The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay. Not only was the game a wonderful blend of stealth action, sci-fi and horror, but it also bucked the trend of mediocre film-to-game adaptations. Its sequel, 2009’s Assault on Dark Athena, continued that trend, and even threw in a few […]

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James Gunn Drew Upon ‘Lollipop Chainsaw’ For Inspiration in ‘The Suicide Squad’

By now, you’ve probably seen James Gunn’s handiwork in The Suicide Squad (if you haven’t, check out Meg’s review). Some of you gamers might have seen it and thought one particular scene looked kind of familiar. Well, that’s because it was. In an interview with Collider, Gunn talked about his filmmaking process, and one of […]

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[Watch] Full Trailer For Cancelled ‘Duke Nukem’ Prequel Finally Hits YouTube

If you’ve been following gaming over the past couple of decades, you’re probably aware of Duke Nukem Forever. Yes, Duke’s follow-up to the seminal Duke Nukem 3D went through several years of development, two developers, and several fans’ tolerance levels before finally being released to middling reviews in 2011. So, why are we talking about […]

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