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Break Every Bone In Your Body (In A Fun Way) With Trials Fusion

The infuriatingly difficult but hugely addictive Trials series comes to next-gen consoles with Trials Fusion. The new game (for which you can check out the launch trailer above) offers an unlimited array of obstacles and challenges for you to throw yourself into as you race against the clock. The new physics system now incorporates tricks and you can also race your friends in your own specially created tracks.

Trials Fusion is available now on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS4 with the PC version coming April 24

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Warface Xbox 360 Edition Launching As Free-To-Play On April 22

Warface_Screen5_Specialmoves_SlideCrysis developers Crytek and Microsoft Studios are bringing free-to-play FPS Warface to Xbox 360 on April 22. Warface Xbox 360 Edition will offer the same co-operative and competitive multiplayer action as the PC version, with players taking on four distinct classes: Rifleman, Medic, Engineer, and Sniper, each with distinct gameplay styles and weapon loadouts. Crytek promise that Warface Xbox 360 Edition will receive regular content updates, including maps, weapons and daily co-operative campaign missions.

Warface Xbox 360 Edition will be available  on Xbox 360 as a free-to-play for Xbox Live Gold members starting April 22 worldwide

 

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Rocksmith 2014 Continues Its 90′s Streak With Matchbox Twenty DLC

The latest Rocksmith 2014 DLC features late 90′s rockers Matchbox Twenty, continuing the streak of downloadable content that reminds me of high school. The guitar tutorial game will be graced by the tracks “Unwell,” “3AM,”  “How Far We’ve Come,” “Push,” and “She’s So Mean”, each costing $2.99. You can also pick up the full Matchbox Twenty pack for $11.99.

You can check out the full trailer for the Matchbox Twenty DLC above and the pack is available now for Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac.

 

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Get Your Final Look At Rapture With Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode Two

DeluxeGuitarist_WEBThe final chapter in Bioshock Infinite’s return to Rapture is finally here. Burial At Sea Episode Two has you take the role of Elizabeth, your companion from the main story as she tries to escape from the underwater city as rebellion begins around her. This time the combat is much more stealth oriented as you now have no shield, limited health and no longer have an ally who can gather helpful resources for you in battle. Burial At Sea Episode Two is also the last title produced by the sadly closing Irrational Games, who have produced lasting classics all the way back to System Shock 2 in 1999. We ranked Bioshock Infinite as one of the best games of 2013, citing its extraordinary narrative as a major plus, so this final DLC is a must-buy for anyone who wants to revisit that world.

Burial At Sea Episode Two is available now for PC, Mac, Xbox 360 and PS3 for $15.00 and is also included in the Bioshock Infinite Season Pass

 

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The Future’s Here…and It’s Full Of Giant Robots! Our Titanfall Review

Titanfall_screenshotIt’s been nearly a full five months since the launch of the Xbox One and we’ve not exactly been flooded with “must buy” exclusives for the console. Forza 5, apart from its (often infuriating) Drivatar system, didn’t really bring anything new to the table and Dead Rising 3 was effectively more of the same (but now with vehicles!). Now comes Titanfall from Respawn Entertainment, comprised primarily of Infinity Ward employees who had a fairly public split from Activision, aiming to be the much-needed draw for the Xbox One. But does its brand of free-running, robot-punching mayhem have what it takes to reinvigorate Mircrosoft’s somewhat beleaguered console?

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Watch Dogs Now Due Out May 27

After Watch Dogs got pulled from the next gen console launches, there’s been a noticeable amount of silence from Ubisoft about when we’d finally see it appear; well now there’s no more silence, and Watch Dogs will hit shelves and digital distribution platforms on May 27th. Ubisoft has also released a story trailer for Aiden Pearce’s Chicago hacking adventure which you can find above.

Watch Dogs will be available on Xbox 360, PS3, PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 27th, and on Wii U later in the year.

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Don’t Worry KISS Fans…Rocksmith Loves You Too

And the Rocksmith DLC train keeps on rolling. This week’s stop is 70s New York rockers KISS. The three song pack contains “Detroit Rock City”, “Heaven’s On Fire” and “I Was Made For Loving You” for all your facepaint wearing rocking out needs. So if you want to revisit the 70s while you learn to play guitar, check out the trailer above and then pick up the KISS pack on PSN, Xbox Live and Steam.

The KISS pack is available now for Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac for $7.99 or $2.99 for each song.

 

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The Final Borderlands 2 DLC Washes Up On April 15

Borderlands 2_Headhunter 5_1stPersonThe final Headhunter add-on for Borderlands 2 will be with us on April 15th in the form of Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmermax. This time you’ll need to save gentleman hunter Sir Hammerlock from having his vacation ruined by the monstrous Crawmermax Jr, the son of the great crabworm from the original Borderlands expansion The Secret Armory of General Knoxx. Crawmermax Jr is defintely not a pushover–so players are recommended to not take him on alone.

Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmermax is available April 15th on Xbox 360, PS3, PC and Mac for $2.99/£2.39/€2,99, and you can find more info right here.

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Rocksmith 2014 DLC Continues With R.E.M. Pack

Ok. I’m now convinced that Ubisoft is gearing Rocksmith 2014 DLC specifically towards me. This week’s offering is a selection of R.E.M. tracks that includes “Shiny Happy People,” “Everybody Hurts,” “Uberlin,” “The One I Love” and “What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?”; and while that’s an excellent cross section of mid 90′s R.E.M., there’s a disturbing lack of “It’s The End Of The World As We Know It”. Now all Ubisoft needs to do to complete their apparently David-specific DLC campaign is to throw some depressed Glasgow indie bands into the mix…

The R.E.M. pack is available now on Xbox Live, PSN and Steam for $11.99 or $2.99 per individual song.

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Bioshock Infinite: Burial At Sea – Episode Two Returns To Rapture March 25

The second half of Irrational’s return to the undersea nightmare of Rapture lands on March 25th. Featuring stealth-based gameplay and regular companion Elizabeth as the central playable character, Burial At Sea – Episode Two picks up right after the end of Episode One; so if you’ve yet to play that (and seriously, what’s kept you?), then I highly recommend NOT clicking on the preview video above. Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine has said that the DLC involves nearly every major character from the original Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite and will conclude the ongoing story of the main game.

Burial At Sea – Episode Two is out on March 25th on Steam, PSN and Xbox Live for $14.99, and is included in the Bioshock Infinite Season Pass.

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