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Streaming Game Footage in Danger from Senate


The laws around streaming video game footage could quite possibly be changing soon if the Senate has its way. The U.S. Senate is considering a new bill that could effect copyright rules and penalties surrounding streaming game footage on Youtube and other sites of similar nature.

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The Greatest Years of E3: Moments that Shaped the Video Game Industry


All true video gamers have, at least, heard of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3. Ever since its inception in 1995, the convention has been the launching pad for many of the most impactful creations and conceptions in video game history.

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The Broke Gamer: Fallout Trilogy (PC)


What’s better then a good game? A good game that is also cheap. What’s better than that? Three good games for the same price.

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Xenoblade Will Not be Coming to the U.S.


For quite some time now, fans have been trying everything to get Nintendo of America to bring Xenoblade, as well as other great Japanese RPGs North Americans have not had the pleasure of experiencing, to the Wii.

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Peter Molyneux Feels Bad About Fable III’s Metacritc Score


Peter Molyneux is well known for inflating expectation for his games to unachievable levels on several occasions. Fable III was no different in this way. In the vale of some of these flaws, Molyneux has recently expressed some unhappiness with Fable III’s Metacritic score.

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Violent Game Law


Today is a victory for all gamers everywhere. It appears that the Supreme Court today has sided with the gaming industry in the case of Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association (formerly Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association) that has been shaking the very foundations of gaming for some time now. The court has ruled that a […]

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Gaikai to Supply Walmart with Demos for the Game Center


Cloud-based gaming service Gaikai is planning on supplying Walmart’s new Game Center website with streaming game services. Walmart’s new site allows users to demo games straight from the browser.

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Hitman Absolution Gameplay Video Leaked


It seems that some unnamed news station in Denmark has leaked video footage of Hitman: Absolution from a behind-closed-doors E3 demonstration. Check it out now, because it is sure to be pulled down before long.

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Sega Spills the Beans on Wii U Release Date?


Gamespot caught up with Alan Pritchard, Sega’s executive vice president of marketing, at the recent E3 and asked him several questions about the future of Sega, specifically its future on the upcoming Wii U console.

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Supreme Court to Decide Video Game Case This Week


With E3 happening at this very moment, the video game industry is a buzz with important news to be had. However, one of the biggest pieces comes not form E3, but from the Supreme Court.

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Darksiders II Reveal Trailer and Screenshots


Hopefully you read our story a couple days ago about Vigil Games announcing Darksiders II. If not you should check it out. Then, you can treat yourself to the goodies we have in this story.

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Possible Monthly Fee for Future Call of Duty


Paying a monthly subscription is nothing new to a great many gamers out there. World of Warcraft, probably the most successful MMO out there, charges a monthly fee and people gladly pay it. The same goes for subscribers to Xbox Live.

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