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Two more characters announced for Disney Infinity 2.0

Two more characters have been announced for Disney Infinity 2.0. Coming in 2015, players will be able to use the characters Hiro and Baymax from the upcoming Walt Disney animated film Big Hero 6. Take a look at the trailer for the film below.

Hiro’s mind power and Baymax’s super strength will be available to players, along with the “Chem Capsule Power Disc” that you can use to freeze enemies with a frost cloud. The pair will become available for the game in 2015. The movie hits theaters on November 7.

The characters join the growing roster that also includes figures from the Marvel Universe as well as Stitch, Maleficent, and Merida. Disney Infinity 2.0 releases on September 23.


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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham release date

Warner Bros. has confirmed the release dates for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. The game will be released in North America on November 11 and in the UK on November 14. The game is coming for pretty much every platform- PS3, PS4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

(trailer courtesy of GamesHQMedia)

The game continues the events from DC Superheroes, taking Batman on an intergalactic adventure to stop Brainiac from destroying Earth. Brainiac is seeking out the Lantern Rings, and Batman must join forces with other DC heroes to prevent him from doing so by visiting different Lantern Worlds and securing the Lantern Rings first. There will be 150 unlockable characters for the game, with each character having unique gadgets and abilities.

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The Walking Dead: Season Two Episode 5 “No Going Back”- Choices matter

This season of Telltale Games The Walking Dead has really run the emotional gamut for Clementine, making her grow up far beyond her years and making her carry the weight of decisions that would stagger most people three times her age. From the opening episode “All That Remains” to the finale “No Going Back”, Clem has had to make choices under the direst of circumstances. All we can do as the player is hope we made the right choice and see how things play out (at least the first time through, as we can always go back and see how things go if we choose a different option). This season finale brings that all to a point, and we see for Clem just how fragile those choices can be. Over the season Clem has made choices to aid others as well as make choices so she could live another day...

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MotoGP 14 gets a North American release date on multiple platforms

The release date for MotoGP 14 has been announced today by Bandai Namco Games America and developer Milestone srl. Take a look at the announcement trailer for the game below. (trailer courtesy of GameSpot)

The game launches on November 4 in North America (it has been available in Europe and on PC since June) and you can purchase retail versions of the game for the PS3, PS4, and Xbox 360, with a downloadable version coming for the PlayStation Vita. The game will feature 18 tracks and over 100 riders from all racing classes and manufacturers. By acquiring sponsors and winning high profile races players will be able to forge a digital racing career, and the game boasts some new animations and improved physics.

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 25, 2014

Are you ready for some football? Yep, sports fans, it’s that time of year again, the time the NFL is gearing up for a new season and a new Madden game hits consoles. Madden NFL 15 launches on both the Sony and Microsoft consoles, as well as being mobile for Android users. Football not your thing? How about a scholar taking on a lawyer? Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright bows on the Nintendo 3DS this week, as does the action platformer Mighty Gunvolt.  Telltale games wraps up its second season of The Walking Dead with the finale “No Going Back”. You can travel underground in the post apocalyptic Metro in the new shiny package Metro: Redux, and there are more ways to die in the new DLC for Dark Souls II in Crown of the Old Iron King...

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Destiny has gone gold, is set for launch

Bungie has announced that Destiny has gone gold. The update was noted on their site in the weekly update.

“This week at Bungie, we entered the home stretch.

“Have we said that before? Feels like it. The development of Destiny has been a race with many milestones. All along the way, there was always a feeling that this team was sprinting from one finish line to the next. Another new build. A live fire exercise with friends and family. A mass public showcase.

“Now, we’re very close to launch- the final weeks. This next milestone carries a heavier weight of finality. Destiny is Gold. Discs are being pressed and packed into crates. Destiny is done, in some respects. Even now, so close to the end, it still feels like we’re just getting started.

“Have we said that before, too? As the saying goe...

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The Walking Dead: Season Two- Episode 5 “No Going Back” trailer

A trailer for the season finale of The Walking Dead: Season Two, titled “No Going Back”, has been released. Check it out below (trailer courtesy of MKIceAndFire).

The finale looks set for release next week, hitting the PC, Mac, PS3 (North America), and Vita (North America) on August 26, with the Xbox 360 and Europe’s Sony users getting it the next day on August 27, and iOS getting it worldwide on August 28. Stay tuned for our review following the release.

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No competitive multiplayer in either 2014 Assassin’s Creed game

Those who may be looking forward to playing some competitive multiplayer in either Unity or Rogue look to be out of luck. According to a report in Joystiq, neither 2014 release in the Assassin’s Creed franchise will be featuring multiplayer. Rogue on the PS3 and Xbox 360 will be a single player affair only, while Unity, coming out for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC will have at least a four person co-op mode. Ubisoft delivered the following statement to Joystiq:

“With Assassin’s Creed Unity, the pillars of the franchise have evolved thanks to the potential of new-generation consoles. With that evolution, we wanted to bring a new type of multiplayer experience, which was asked for by fans and which we wanted to explore for a long time: cooperative gameplay.

“Our aim was to have a seamless singl...

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Destiny- Venus gameplay trailer

Bungie has released a new trailer showing off Venus in the full game. We got to see part of Venus in the Shores of Time map in the Crucible multiplayer matches, but it looks like exploring the planet is going to be a bit more extensive. Take a look below.

Destiny launches on September 9.

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New releases for the week of Monday, August 18, 2014

Those using Sony’s platforms should be kept busy this week, as the lion’s share of new releases will be arriving on the PlayStations. Perhaps the biggest release this week (also arriving for those with Microsoft’s consoles) is Blizzard’s Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition, which contains both the original game and the Reaper of Souls expansion. Going to be fun diving back in, slaying tons of beasties and gathering plenty of loot. Two downloadable titles hit the PS4 this week with The Last Tinker: City of Colors and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Sony’s Play 2014 wraps up with Counterspy (cross buy for all three systems), a stylized action title...

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