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David Cage ‘shocked’ by violent showings at last E3

During David Cage’s presentation at D.I.C.E. Summit 2013 this morning, in a talk on his vision for the game industry , he addressed last year’s E3′s showing of violent, shocking content

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Preview: The first 30 minutes of God of War: Ascension

We’ve been seeing bits of pieces of upcoming PS3 game God of War: Ascension since last year, but we’ve really only seen it’s multiplayer side.

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Karateka remake arrives on Steam

Arriving just a few weeks after its debut on Xbox Live Arcade, Karateka is now available for PC via Steam .

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Review: Shad’O

Tower Defense games are fairly common these days but despite the rigidity of their design, developers still manage to take the basic tenets of the genre and make some interesting titles.

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There is Now a Kickstarter to Help Fund the Making of the "Tweedpunk" Shooter Entitled ‘Sir, You Are Being Hunted’

There is Now a Kickstarter to Help Fund the Making of the “Tweedpunk” Shooter Entitled ‘Sir, You Are Being Hunted’ : Development of the game is being led by the superb PC gaming critic/reporter Jim Rossignol of Rock Paper Shotgun . The game looks cool and will hopefully be reviewed someday by some of the world’s finest PC game developers.

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Valkyria Chronicles: Where Histories Diverge

Historical fiction is one of those concepts that gaming handles best. Whether it’s Einstein building a time machine to kill Hitler or assassins battling Templars in the Renaissance, gaming alone among popular media allows people to interact with a world both familiar yet radically different from our own

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Assassin’s Creed 3 is Ubisoft’s most pre-ordered game ever

Assassin’s Creed 3 hasn’t yet arrived, but Ubisoft already claims its trip through the American Revolutionary has garnered the highest number of pre-orders for the company so far. We don’t know any hard numbers at this point, save for the fact that AC3 has over double the pre-orders of last year’s Assassin’s Creed: Revelations , with a few days to go before launch at the end of the month. GameStop is predictably thrilled: Company president Tony Bartel is practically climbing trees with excitement in the press release below.

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Spencer: Halo 4 is Microsoft’s most expensive game

Halo 4 is the most expensive game Microsoft has ever made, Microsoft Studios head Phil Spencer tells Polygon . It is “absolutely” the most money Microsoft has ever spent developing a game, he says.

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Gearbox boss on an industry inching toward the ‘holodeck’

Despite striking gold , once again, with the Borderlands series, Gearbox isn’t sitting back to watch accolades and sales numbers pile up. Having recently released Borderlands 2 , the Texas-based team now turns to focus on supporting that game with additional content, and on completing the team’s next high-profile project, Aliens: Colonial Marines

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Metro: Last Light dev removes multiplayer, focusing resources on single-player

Metro: Last Light will no longer include a multiplayer component when it launches early next year, developer 4A Games announced today on the game’s official blog . Multiplayer had previously been revealed soon after the game’s 2011 announcement , something the blog notes was “probably a mistake.” “Throughout the development of Metro: Last Light a small, dedicated team had been working on a number of multiplayer prototypes,” the entry reads. “After E3, we decided to fold this multiplayer team back into the main group and focus 100% of the studio’s resources on the single player campaign

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