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Dragon Age Inquisition walkthrough and game guide

Dragon Age Inquisition is out in Europe today - with a UK release to follow tomorrow - and the critical consensus is that things are looking pretty good for fans of the franchise, whether you were more taken with the original adventure, or the somewhat divisive sequel. Show More Summary

Assassin's Creed Rogue review

It's easy to forget that Ubisoft really hit on something with Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag. It was one of those open-world games where you might set off towards a mission marker with good intentions, but you would seldom get there because you would be too busy being dragged this way and that by compelling diversions. Show More Summary

Apple removes the "free" label from F2P games

After plenty of scrutiny from the Federal Trade Commission, the UK Office of Fair Trading, the European Commission, and most importantly South Park, Apple has finally removed the word "free" from free-to-play games on the App Store.Show More Summary

Nintendo isn't planning any paid DLC for Super Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed that Nintendo isn't planning on developing any paid DLC for the popular 3DS and Wii U brawler. "What I can say now about paid DLC is that we aren't working on anything at the moment," Sakurai confirmed in an interview with Videogamer. Show More Summary

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes' PC requirements revealed

Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes' PC requirements have been revealed ahead of its 18th December launch on Steam. "There's a good chance your rig can pull off a variety of in-game settings with a different piece of hardware than what's listed below," the publisher noted on Steam. Show More Summary

Titanfall Deluxe Edition announced, out now on PC

Titanfall developer Respawn has announced a Deluxe Edition of its multiplayer shooter that contains all of its DLC for a discounted price. Available now on Origin for £33.99 / $39.99, Titanfall Deluxe Edition includes DLC packs Expedition, Frontier's Edge and IMC Rising for a total of 12 added maps to the core game. Show More Summary

Heat Signature gets spiffy new graphics and a dev walkthrough

Gunpoint developer Tom Francis' upcoming procedurally-generated stealthy space adventure Heat Signature has sure come a long way since we saw it in August. At the time Francis was looking to hire an artist and composer and Gunpoint artist...Show More Summary

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams Director's Cut is heading to PS4 and Xbox One

A spruced up hi-def version of Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams is coming to PS4 and Xbox One in "early December," developer Black Forest Games announced on its Facebook page. It's not clear what additions this version, dubbed the "Director's...Show More Summary

Combat-free exploration-based MMO Wander is coming to PS4

Wander is a rarity: an MMO without any combat whatsoever. Due on PS4 next March, the fantasy title allows players to explore its lush terrain as a bird, sea creature, sentient walking tree and more. You'll start out as the aforementioned...Show More Summary

Defiance now free-to-play on Xbox 360

Massively-multiplayer shooter Defiance is now available as a free-to-play experience on Xbox 360. The game, which ties in to the Syfy television series of the same name, originally launched in April 2013 for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It then went free-to-play on PC in June this year, and became available for free on PlayStation 3 shortly after. Read more…

Video: Six things first person mode brings to GTA 5

Rockstar's remaster of GTA 5 is now in our hands, and it's quite the thing. It's quite the disturbing thing, it turns out, when it comes to the all-new first person mode, which gifts the cartoon violence an unpleasant edge and makes for what's perhaps one of the more crass sex scenes in gaming. Show More Summary

GTA 5's next-gen grass compared

In our initial tests of Grand Theft Auto 5 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it seemed clear that both Sony and Microsoft platforms had been treated as equal citizens, with each edition appearing to receive the same level of remastering. Show More Summary

Domino's app now available on Xbox One in the UK

Domino's has launched a takeaway app for Xbox One in the UK. Kinect users can simply shout out "Domino's, feed me" to launch the 32MB app and order a pizza. "We love gamers and gamers love pizza," explained Domino's marketing exec Simon Wallis. Show More Summary

Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten splashes £10K on iPad games

It's not just kids who rack up thousands of pounds playing mobile games. Adults do it, too. And some of those adults are celebrities. In a recent interview with The Telegraph, former Sex Pistol frontman John 'Rotten' Lydon admitted splashing out £10,000 - £10,000! - on games for his iPad over a two year period. Read more…

Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn hit by DDOS attack

Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn is currently suffering from login and server issues due to a DDOS attack. Developer Square Enix has released a statement on the problems and reassured players that, while frustrating, no customer data is in danger. Show More Summary

The joys of GTA Online

You know, I never cared about the heists. Mostly because I didn't really care for the heist structures in story mode, but also because GTA Online's canvas offered a lot more than robbing shops and banks. In fact, GTA Online was my reason...Show More Summary

Far Cry 4 PC users accidentally reveal they pirated the game

Far Cry 4 users complaining about the lack of PC field of view (FOV) controls are inadvertently revealing themselves to have pirated copies of the game. All legitimate copies connected to the internet will have automatically received the feature via a launch day patch, Far Cry 4 director Alex Hutchinson revealed. Show More Summary

LittleBigPlanet 3 review

Cards on the table: I wasn't too enamoured with the previous LittleBigPlanet games, certainly not to the degree many others were. It wasn't just the floaty, fiddly physics-powered platforming either: I found Stephen Fry's narration overbearing, and never felt it meshed the elements of create and play quite as effectively as it could have. Show More Summary

Assassins Creed Unity's creepy "no face" bug fixed

Ubisoft has discovered the origins of Assassin's Creed Unity's creepy "no face" bug, images of which were circulated online upon the game's launch last week. The issue was PC-specific and limited to just two graphics cards, Ubisoft explained in a new post on Unity's live updates blog. Show More Summary

3DS homebrew loader built, requires obscure puzzle game

A hacker has built the first ever 3DS homebrew loader, which makes use of an exploit found in an obscure Ubisoft puzzle game. 22-year-old coder Jordan "Smealum" Rabet recently discovered the loophole in 2011 title Cubic Ninja. A couple of months of work later and the software is now complete, according to updates on the GBATemp modding forum. Read more…

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