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By Taylor Cocke | Oct 20, 2012

Missions, Lairs, and PVP content coming to DCUO.

DC Universe Online Home Turf DLC Adds Player Housing

Let's see. My supercomputer will go on the east wall, while my secret entrance will probably go on the west. Where will I put all my extra super suits? This lair doesn't have nearly enough closet space. Be prepared for a lot of interior design, as DC...
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By Tom Chick | Oct 19, 2012

Guild Wars 2's unique love-it-and-leave-it approach makes it stronger.

Guilded: Guild Wars 2 - The On Again, Off Again MMO

One of Guild Wars 2's greatest advantages over any other MMO is that it's easier to quit playing. Which isn't how it's supposed to work. Unlike normal games, MMOs are based on keeping you involved at all costs. There must always

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Free Agent: Continent of the Ninth Seal

GameSpy's Free Agent is your advance recon into the world of free-to-play games. His mission: jump into a free game every week and put in some gaming hours to see how much fun can be had without spending a cent, then try out some paid items to see if they're worth the asking price. This week, he cracks open Continent of the Ninth Seal and peers...
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By Taylor Cocke | Oct 20, 2012

Buy everything. Just do it.

Team Fortress 2's Manniversary Sale Has Begun

You've spent enough time with Team Fortress 2 to toss Valve a couple of bucks for the free shooter. And what better way to do that than to snag something during the second annual Manniversary Sale? Things are cheaper than usual, as per the definition of a sale, so you...
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By Ryan Scott | Oct 19, 2012

A reflection on the hurdles of creating the world's most popular eSport.

Like a runaway mid-lane solo carry who's gone 17-0 versus his sorely outclassed lane enemy before going on to win the game by a landslide, Riot Games' League of Legends has spent the past three years snowballing from a...
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By Katie Williams | Oct 19, 2012

The digging fun's now open to everybody, though there'll be additional pay content for hardcore diggers.

Dwarfs!? Goes Free-To-Play

It seems the thing du jour these days is free-to-play, which none of us can complain about -- done well, it's a great model that gives us great access to games while allowing us to pay...
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By Taylor Cocke | Oct 20, 2012

Super Meat Boy creators unveil new project.

Team Meat's New Game is Mew-Genics

This is the internet, and we need more cat things. Fortunately, Team Meat has our collective backs. Wait, do two-headed fluffy monstrosities still count as kitties? Because Team Meat's new game is Mew-Genics, and it involves, well, cats being genetically...
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As a celebration of everything that made the 1980s and '90s gaming scene memorable, Retro City Rampage is an excellent museum exhibit. Its levels are a playable history lesson, from levels inspired by Robotron: 2084 and Tapper to an extensive list of visual tweaks that can make the 8-bit graphics look like it's being played on a GameBoy, DOS, or...
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By Katie Williams | Oct 19, 2012

A third enemy is wedging itself between Red and Blue.

Halloweenify all the things! Cartoony free-to-play shooter Battlefield Heroes is the next game in line to receive the spooky treatment, with a flood of skeletons and dudes wearing pumpkin hats coming between the Red and Blue teams -- you know,...

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