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If you purchased previous Scourge titles, then get the game for nothing.

Grab a Free Copy of Scourge: Outbreak Through Steam Offer

Tomorrow, April 2nd, Scourge: Outbreak will be releasing on Steam. However, a small surprise will be waiting for those who attempt to purchase the game and have bought the original "The Scourge Project: Episodes 1 & 2" through the service. In short, Scourge: Outbreak will cost you absolutely nothing at all.

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Potatoes come in original, baked, and poisonous flavors!

Title Update 14 Live for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition

The latest update to Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition has gone live! As if you hadn't already spend a billion hours of your waking life strip mining the resources and building castles among the clouds, a slew of new content awaits eager explorers ready to jump back into the massive, cubical worlds on console. New items, new blocks, and new features for you to discover in your very own randomly generated fun house.

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We've been waiting for this day

Takedown: Red Sabre Out on Xbox 360

Takedown: Red Sabre has had a rocky launch, but this underdog may soon rise in the ranks. The Kickstarter-funded game originally set for PC and Xbox 360 once lived exclusively on PC while the publisher worked with Microsoft to navigate the its console launch. However, the day has finally come for 360 owners. The game that first launched in September for PC is now available for Xbox 360, and it's not the same version you may have played months ago.

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To know your co-op partner, you must know yourself first.

This Week in Co-Op: Finding a Middle Ground in Co-Op

Once again, my main co-op partner in crime, Richie, and I decided to switch things up from our usual routine and give a completely different game a go for once (we seldom break away from GTA Online or Awesomenauts these days). Since we couldn't decide on what to play, we tried to come to find a game that would satisfy both our likings. After much deliberation, we landed on an old favorite: Perfect Dark HD, mainly because we had the game sitting in our backlog for quite some time. Though I still don't know what happened to my original N64 cartridge of Perfect Dark, we both had downloaded the XBLA version (developed by 4J Studios) for an incredibly low price.

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