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  • 01Jun

    Warner announces LEGO Lord of the Rings

    Warner Bros is back with a new game in their adorable LEGO series. This time the adventure is in Middle Earth in LEGO The Lord of the Rings. The title will be out on pretty much all systems and available this fall. LEGO The Lord of the Rings follows the stories from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Maybe with less whining (sorry I really got tired of Frodo.) “We are huge aficionados of The Lord of the Rings franchise and are incredibly excited to put our special LEGO family-friendly touch on this classic fantasy adventure,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “We’ve taken what fans are familiar with and love about The Lord of the Rings films and combined it with the playful LEGO style,

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  • 01Jun

    EA Unveils E3 2012 games

    Today EA unveiled the titles that they will be talking about at E3 2012. They also announced a way you can watch the press conference from home. The EA preview will showcase Battlefield 3, Medal of Honor™, Crysis® 3, Madden NFL 13, FIFA 13, Star Wars™: The Old Republic™, SimCityTM Dead Space 3 and Need for Speed Most Wanted from Criterion Games. There are some surprises still to be announced and a new social title for Facebook®. The briefing can be viewed live exclusively on SPIKE TV on Monday, June 4 at 4:00 PM ET/1:00 PM PT or streamed at www.ea.com/e3. From there, we will be bringing you all the news from the E3 floor during the week. We will be sitting down with their mobile team as well as getting a booth tour where we’ll cover many of the titles that EA will be discussing at the Download. Here

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  • 01Jun

    Fantasy Friday: The Worst Game Launch in Recent History

    As a young person, Diablo 1 and 2 came out so long ago I was in elementary school. While my dad enjoyed playing the game, I just watched, too young to get my hands on it. For this reason, I wasn’t part of the millions of people anticiapting the game for the last decade, but one who wanted to see what all the fuss was about. From reading the forums this doesn’t seem like a great entrance into the series, but that isn’t what I’m going to talk about. However, I am going to talk about incrediable problems with latency my first week playing the game. From my point of view Blizzard has enough money and experience to know how servers work. Haven’t they learned anything from WoW? People couldn’t play after they bought the game, error 37 has become such a problem, memes and shirts have been created in

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