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12 legged Spider Man DLC drop

LEGO Spider Man Does Whatever a LEGO Marvel's Avengers Can

I don't know if you have heard *spoilers*, but Spider Man is now officially part of the wider Marvel's Avengers universe.  That's great news for comic book and cinema lovers, but it is also good for owners of LEGO Marvel's Avengers, as they get free piece of DLC that contains 6 different versions of the Webbed Wonder.

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LEGO Tie Fighters much easier to fly than real ones

Poe Dameron is First in Character Vignettes for LEGO Star Wars

In anticipation of its big release next month, TT Games and Warner Bros are releasing "character vignette" videos for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. These brief clips focus on just one of the title's big characters and give just a hint of the original dialogue that's been recorded by all of the actors.

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Enjoy the many adventures of Alex Mason

Call of Duty: Black Ops Now on Backwards Compatibility List

Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops was a bit of a different take on the series up until that point. Rather than looking at World War II or modern combat, it delved into the secretive and conspiratorial world of clandestine operations. It also laid the groundwork for the familiar zombie DLC campaign. For all you fans out there, you can now enjoy the game on your Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility.

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This supposed Final Fight has been going on for years at this point

Your Chance to have that Final Fight once more on Xbox One

You can take your immersive graphics, tantalizing story lines and abundance of polygons and cram them all into a giant sack and sink them into the ocean.  Give me a side scrolling beat-em up any day.  The Xbox One does not have that many of these to its name, but that is being cured by the likes of Final Fight: Double Impact getting the backwards compatible treatment. 

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Play the events that happened prior to the movie

New Adventures Await in LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

May the 4th marks a special day for Star Wars fans. TT Games and Warner Bros joined in the festivities with some news about he next LEGO game, LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It appears you'll be able to play some of the adventures that are mentioned in the movie, but never shown, like Han and Chewie capturing the Rathars.

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Classic may be taking it a bit far

Four Classic XBLA Co-Op Titles get the Backwards Compatibility Treatment

The drip feed approach to releasing backward compatible games on the Xbox One is like a new form of water torture, but at least it offers a nice surprise as a game you forgot you own pops up on the console.  For co-op fans, four out of the five games released this week are just for you; namely The Cave, Double Dragon Neon, Altered Beast and Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime.

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Get them now while supplies last

32 Songs Will be Removed from The Beatles: Rock Band Store

Licensing agreements are a tricky thing. Releasing licensed songs via some medium typically entails setting term limits for how long those songs can be sold. This is an issue that Harmonix first came across three years ago with content for their games, and it's still an issue today. On May 5, 2016, 32 songs from The Beatles: Rock Band will be removed from the store and will not be available for purchase again.

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Time to dig out those heisting gloves.

Monaco Has Been Added To The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List

Thieves, brigands, and cut-purses alike have flown a little under the radar on Microsoft's current-gen console.  Sure, you've got your "Big Bosses" and your "Templars" and whatnot, but aside from that, stealth enthusiasts have largely had to dwell in the shadows and console each other with unsuspecting neck snaps.  It wasn't always this way, though.  Once upon a time, a little game called Monaco: What's Yours is Mine tiptoed its way directly into our hearts.

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