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Meanwhile, PC users are all like "that's SO last fall".

Console Versions of Terraria Finally Get the Big 1.2 Update

Terraria hasn't had a difficult time spreading from PC to Xbox, PS Vita, PlayStation 3 or even mobile devices. The game's latest impressive update, on the other hand, has. Released for PC back in October, Terraria's 1.2 patch has finally wormed its way to consoles and Vita. Time to start playing again!

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Get Ready to Sin

Divinity: Original Sin Release Date Announced; New Trailer

It's been a year since the Divinity: Original Sin Kickstarter ended with over a million dollars. This homage to the top-down RPGs of old is finally ready to make a (full) debut to the world. The official release date for Divinity: Original Sin is June 20th, coming in at $39.99. The game has been on Steam's Early Access for a while, where you can still pick it up immediately if you're desperate to play it.

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The twin stick cave-flyer gets some tweaks and improvements

Retrobooster Gets an Update, On Sale Now

You may remember a little indie title we've talked about here before called Retrobooster. While the co-op aspects may not have been everything we were quite looking for, the game itself is a solid twin-stick shooter/cave-flyer. The developer, Terry Welsh, once worked for NASA on some of their simulators and that background definitely shows in the game's controls. It's well worth a play and not only can you get the 1.1 version now, you can also get it on sale for the next couple days.

by Taylor Killian 0
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Immortalize your achievements despite swapping consoles.

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Saves will Transfer to the Xbox One Version

With over 12 million copies sold, people must've been logging in countless hours into Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Not only have folks constructed massive fortresses and endless mines, but they've spent time exploring their worlds. They know the game's randomly generated landmarks, the best paths to outposts they've constructed between castles, and all the places in between. Playing on a Minecraft file for a while makes that cubical world feel a lot like home, which makes it so hard to put it to bed.

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You have died. Again.

Our Weekend in Gaming - Dark Souls 2 On PC Edition

I'm not sure why I keep trying the Souls series of games, in all my hours of playing them I've yet to find anything I'd consider fun or satisfying. Yet I'm diving back in for more pain and torture otherwise I won't hear the end of it from certain staff members. In fact, a lot of the staff is dipping into the graphically superior version of the game.

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Starting May 31st, your online play may change

Online Service Changes coming for Borderlands and Other 2K Titles

Several online service changes are coming to many 2K games this May, most notably Borderlands and Civilization games. On May 31st, the first Borderlands, as well as seven Civilization titles (listed below) on PC will temporarily go offline while 2K transfers online service from GameSpy Technology to Steamworks. While offline play will remain unaffected, the titles that will temporarily be unavailable for online play are:

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