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by Jason Love 0
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A new healer is definitely needed

First Big Update for Breach Drops Today Along With The Price

The first big update for QC Games' Breach hits today and adds a whole new map, a new boss to fight, a new character to play (a healer, yay!), and some new foes to fight in the Tokyo map. Alongside this update, the game is also getting a price drop for the "base" package; the $25 Founder's Pack is going away in favor of the $10 Early Access Pass, and that's a good asking price, IMO.

by Nick Puleo 0
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Christmas comes early.

PlayStation 4 Price Drops $50 in North America

Sony has dropped the price of the PlayStation 4 $50 today, effective on all bundles and stand alone versions of the system. This brings the 500GB standard price to $349.99 and the bundle price (varies depending on game and drive size) to $349.99 to $429.99. The prices go into effect on October 9th, though some retailers are obviously already dropping the prices for the console. 

by Christopher Metz 0
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2DS?!, EA's future, LoL sexism, and the possibility of Kinect-less Xbox One.

Beyond Co-Op – August 26th through August 31st 2013

Welcome to this week’s Beyond Co-Op, where we look at interesting news around the gaming and entertainment industry that may not directly pertain to cooperative gaming culture. This week we have a couple of big Nintendo system announcements, EA’s future with online and “free-to-play”, Iran having issues with League of Legends, and Microsoft’s plans for the Kinect.

by Sam Tyler 2
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Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet has been reduced to 800 MSPs

A Twisted Shadow Planet just got 'Insanely' Cheaper on XBLA

The weekly sales on PSN and XBLA are amongst the highlights of my gaming week.  What will appear this time; a selection of co-op friendly titles for next to nothing, or some overpriced DLC reduced to slightly less overpriced?  Admittedly some of the weekly sales are less emphatic than others, but do you know what is a bargain?  A game that is permanently reduced. This has just happened to Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, now yours for 800 Microsoft Points, or as I like to call it - the price that all download games should be in the first place.

by Tally Callahan 1
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Revelations gets a $10 price cut just two weeks before launch

Resident Evil: Revelations Back Down to $40

Everyone's been anticipating Resident Evil: Revelations to release with a hefty $50 price tag (we reported a few months back that due to the 4GB card size over the standard 2GB, Capcom would be upping the price). That's $10 more than the normal price for a 3DS game, which may have bumped down its priority on some of your game lists. Good news, though - Capcom's announced that despite the larger card, RE: Revelations will now be releasing with $40 price tag, just like most other 3DS new releases. That's pretty good news for your wallet (if you're planning on snagging it on release) just a couple weeks before the game comes out.

by Paul Acevedo 0
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Scarygirl Arrives on PSN at $10, XBLA Version Price Drops to Match

When Scarygirl launched on Xbox Live Arcade last week, many thought the 1200 MS Point ($15) price a little too steep. It looks like somebody at either Microsoft or Square Enix agreed, albeit belatedly. The Playstation Network version launched this week at $9.99, and now the XBLA version has dropped down to the equivalent 800 Points as well. That certainly makes the teen goth platformer more palatable.

by Marc Allie 1
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Sanctum Gets Price Drop, Soundtrack Released

Tower Defense/Shooter hybrid Sanctum is one of my favorite games of the year so far.  It earned solid marks in our review, blending of two unique genres into something very enjoyable indeed.  If you were thinking about checking it out, but undecided, now might be a good time: Sanctum is now priced at $9.99, which truly is a lot of bang for your bucks(s).

by Nick Puleo 1
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120GB and 320GB models both drop $50 making them a pretty tempting deal.

PlayStation 3 Drops in Price to $249.99

Sony has dropped the price of the PlayStation 3 by $50 making it $249.99 for the 120GB PS3 Slim Model.  The 320GB model has dropped to $299.99 and now is effectively "a better deal" than Microsoft's $299, 250GB Xbox 360 Slim.  This price also is effective in the UK, Canada and other Euro regions, though the pricing is specific to each region.

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