by Nick Puleo 9
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Borderlands Game of the Year Edition Announced

Last Fall's go to four player co-op game, Borderlands, is going to see a re-release on October 12th this year in a package entitled "Borderlands:  Game of the Year Edition."  The compilation will come included with all available DLC - that's Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned, The Secret Armory of General Knoxx, and a code for the upcoming Claptrap's New Robot Revolution.

by Nick Puleo 5
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AMD Retiring the ATI Name

It's been an age long battle in the PC gaming world.  ATI vs. NVidia.  Not since the early days of 3DFX and the birth of the 3D acclerator card has there been two steadfast competitors for consumer hardware dollars.  Sadly that battle is about to change again, after AMD's purchase of ATI in 2006, many wondered what would happen to the graphics maker.  Since that time ATI has managed to snag over 50% of the discrete graphics market share with it's 5000 series of cards, mostly due to NVidia's rough showing of its FERMI series of processors.  

by Jim McLaughlin 15
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To Each His Own...Screen

Gamasutra user Isaiah Taylor - featured numerous times recently for his popular blog postings - earlier highlighted a back-of-the-box trend that causes the Co-Optimus community a fair amount of distress: the decline of split screen and shared screen co-op.

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Combat Arms Adds YouTube Video Support

Combat Arms has gotten a new content updated called Operation: Dredge, and with it comes the ability to capture video inside the game and upload it seamlessly to YouTube.  For most PC games this process usually requires a third party program to run, some of which actually costs extra money.  Also included with the update is a new versus map as well as a set of weapons from the FS2000 family.

by Nick Puleo 2
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Two Classic Sega Light Gun Games Hit the Wii in Gunblade NY and LA Machineguns

Two classic Sega arcade titles have hit the Nintendo Wii in Gunblade NY: Special Air Assault Force and L.A Machineguns: Rage of the Machines - Arcade Hits Pack.   Ok, so the name might be a mouthful - but fans of light gun shooters will fondly remember the machine gun action of these games in the arcade.  What set them apart from other lightgun shooters at the time was instead of a loose pistol attached by a cord, players leaned up against the machine to a mounted machine gun with force feedback.  

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