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Asian markets will more than likely receive them instead.

Blizzard Won't Add Microtransactions in Upcoming Diablo 3 Patch

At least within the North American game market, people are usually dissatisfied when it comes to the inclusion of microtransactions in most AAA titles, and we can't entirely blame them. Like the more recent case of Evolve, the business practice can greatly impact initial sales of the game upon release if not treaded upon carefully. Blizzard, on the other hand, has thought of reintroducing them into one of their most popular IP's, Diablo 3, once again, but in an a much larger region.

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Warriors and whales and dragon balls, oh my!

Co-Op Release Alert for the Week of 2.22.2015

It's the last week of February. Do you know what that means? No more crappy weather! We can finally go outside and enjoy the beautiful sunshine! Wait, it's not beautiful where you live? Fine. Move somewhere nicer. If that's not an option you can drown your snowy sorrows in the warm embrace of these new co-op releases:

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How many Half-Life 3 jokes does this make you think of?

Deep Down Still Exists, is Going Through Some Revisions

Back in February 2013, Capcom announced the dark and gloomy dungeon crawler Deep Down, a game that would eventually be released on the just-announced PlayStation 4. Two years have passed, we've seen a new trailer and heard a few tidbits of information here and there, but nothing concrete. Now, Capcom has opened up about the delay.

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Storytelling and artwork done right.

TRISTOY Co-Op Review

Action adventure games are usually a solo affair. Drop a player into a dark world, give them some swords to swing and some things to upgrade, then let them run around for a few hours before showing an ending. Hooray, you just metroidvaniaed! If you want co-op, though, the genre usually sends you elsewhere. Enter TRISTOY, a short platform adventure ...

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Nothing says tense like escorting a small child around an island filled with rusty objects.

Two New Videos Give A Peek Into RE: Revelations 2's Story And Co-op

So, we know a bit about Resident Evil: Revelations 2 now.  Through developer diaries and teaser trailers, specifics about the game have been drip-fed into our gaping maws, with the most recent morsel coming in the form of details about the raid mode.  Today, we dive into the mechanics of the two player co-op campaign mode and get just a taste of the plot.

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Block-based galactic adventures

StarWars Rebels Skin Pack Battles Minecraft Tyranny on Xbox

The lovable scoundrels of Star Wars Rebels have been covertly sneaking into the hearts of embittered Star Wars fans since the show launched back in October. Here to celebrate the fairly well liked CGI program is a brand new skin pack for Minecraft featuring the colorful cast of the show. The skin pack is available for both Xbox One and 360 versions of Minecraft for $2.99.

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It must be something in the Earl Grey.

The "British People Killing Zombies" Genre Expands With New Killing Floor 2 Short Film

Tripwire Interactive, developers of Killing Floor 2, has been teasing us for quite some time now with in-game trailers showing off their new weapons, levels, and M.E.A.T. system.  This time, though, they're going for something quite different.  In their newly released live-action short film, Killing Floor: Uncovered, zombie dismemberment enthusiasts the world over will get a glimpse into the original outbreak that led up to the events of both the original Killing Floor and its upcoming sequel.

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