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Now Running Smooth As Hell

DOOM and DOOM 2 Re-Releases Received Quality Of Life Updates

If you’ve been waiting for an update to your favorite Hell-ravaging shooter from the 1990’s, now is your time! Whether you prefer 1993 original DOOM or its 1994 sequel, DOOM II, both games have been re-released on modern consoles and received a new quality-of-life update that brings the framerate up to a smooth, modern 60 frames per second (FPS). Along with this aesthetic change, the update has brought the ability to quick save your progress and play community-created content and add-ons. This content is available now wherever you own the DOOM and DOOM II re-releases.

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Developer Changes Stance On Free DLC Amid Financial Hardships

PAYDAY 2 To Continue With Paid DLC And Some Free Content

In a quick but drastic shift, Starbreeze has declared it will continue development on 2013’s PAYDAY 2 through both free and paid content, which is in direct contrast to their previous ideology of winding down support for the title and providing any future content for free as part of their “Ultimate Edition” of the game.

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Never Too Late For The Third Street Saints

Saints Row 2 PC Patch Incoming From Volition

You read that title correctly. Saints Row 2, the second entry in the Saints Row franchise, a title that is now 11 years old, will be receiving a patch on the PC before we know it. The update comes due to Volition, the Saint’s Row series developer, finally finding the source code for the PC version of the game, the port of which was handled by an outside studio. While this is both official and delightful news - especially the bit about co-op working now - the timeframe when the PC version will be patched and content added are still yet to be announced. With Volition also working on Saints Row 5, it could be some time before we see this come to fruition.

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I hear Mars is quite nice this time of year.

Warface Has A New Co-Op Campaign

Warface, the long-standing co-op shooter, has just released a brand new campaign for you and up to four other tactical aficionados to test your collective expertise.  This time around, though, players won't be blasting their way through the standard fare of Earth-based mercenaries and ne'er-do-wells.  Instead, they'll commuting from their bedrooms or living rooms all the way to Mars.

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Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

[E3 2019] Xbox Backwards Compatibility Announces Final Titles

With all of the excitement of E3 and the thrills brought on by Project Scarlett, Microsoft’s next generation gaming platform, there was some bittersweet news as well. Microsoft announced the next batch of games that are now available via Xbox’s Backward Compatibility program will be the last. The team over at Xbox is now looking forward to the future of the platform with Scarlett, and in turn will be looking at how to help gamers' libraries stay with them moving forward, which means no more games coming to the Backwards Compatibility program from now on.

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A Long Day’s Knights

Castle Crashers Remastered Coming To PS4, Nintendo Switch

The original Castle Crashers came out 11 years ago on the Xbox 360 and immediately established itself as a game with strong personality, fun quirks, and challenging but wonderful co-op gameplay. That original game was followed up with a remaster on Xbox One in 2015 and it is that version that is now arriving on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch sometime this year.

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Are we sure they're actually gone? Maybe they just put on the One Ring...

Two LEGO Lord of the Rings Games Delisted from Digital Marketplaces

Happy 2019 everyone! Hope folks enjoyed their holidays and are ready for another exciting year in gaming. Let's kick things off with some joy- oh... well, err... ok, some not happy news. It appears that LEGO: The Lord of the Rings and LEGO: The Hobbit have both been removed from digital stores on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. No more digital hobbitses...

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Go ahead and get your facepaint ready.

Warface Is Coming To Consoles

Warface, the free-to-play first person shooter developed by Crytek's Kiev branch, first arrived on PC in 2013.  While the game's PC community began to swell, work began to create a version for Xbox 360, which was accomplished the following year.  Unfortunately, that initial stab at the console market quickly petered out, but Crytek has decided to make another attempt at console popularity, this time bringing the title to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Time to get your panda costume out of storage

[E3 2018] - Just Dance 2019 Drops In 2018

I truly admire Ubisoft for sticking with Just Dance being part of their E3 lineup. Every year they bringing out a dance crew, and they just commit. You may find it cringeworthy or awkward, but it is absolutely joyous and a refreshing break from how many of these presentations go. Just Dance 2019 will be marching its way onto just about every console produced in the past 13 years on October 23, 2018.

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