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  • Fallout 4 Countdown Teased

    Fallout 4After years worth of rumors and false information spreading across the internet about a new Fallout game, we may finally be hearing something official from Bethesda themselves. On Monday, some Fallout fans noticed that the official Fallout website design has changed.

    The previous content on the Fallout website has been replaced with a large countdown timer that will end at some time tomorrow. As you can imagine, there's definitely going to be some kind of Fallout related announcement tomorrow and it it's very likely that it could be to do with a brand new Fallout game.

    Considering that E3 is just around the corner it'd make perfect sense for Bethesda to announce a brand new game to grow hype ahead of the onslaught of other video games that are bound to be announced at E3.

    Unfortunately we still have no idea about what the next Fallout game will be like and Bethesda has done an incredible job to keep everything hidden from their fans. Once the countdown timer is over, however, we'll hopefully have a much better idea about what Bethesda has planned for the Fallout series.

    The last Fallout title, Fallout: New Vegas, was released in October and November 2010 as a standalone expansion to Fallout 3. Since then the Fallout franchise has mostly become dormant until today.

    As soon as we know more about Fallout 4 we shall keep you updated. For now, all we can do is wait in anticipation for the countdown timer to hit 0.

  • The Order 1866 Should Last You Close to Six Hours

    The Order 1866Despite not actually being out yet, some players have already completed The Order 1866, and a selection of those that have completed the game have shared their experiences online. One player, who posted his entire playthrough online, managed to complete The Order 1866 in around five hours and a half.

    The 5 hour playthrough followed the player as he completed the main story, whilst neglecting a lot of side missions and extra playable content. Going from this information, we can make a pretty accurate estimate that if you pick up The Order 1866, it's going to take you at least five and a half hours to complete, and that's if you skip everything you possibly can. It's also important to understand that the gamer in question managed to get through without dying a single time.

    Despite only lasting five and a half hours, the player described that the story-driven singleplayer in The Order: 1866 felt like it lasted a lot longer. This could partially be down to the fact that the story in The Order: 1866 is expected to be a lot more engaging than the typical game.

    Other players have reported that their experience of The Order 1866 has lasted a lot longer, with the typical completion time sitting between seven and nine hours. In fact, the first player to pick up the platinum trophy from The Order 1866 took around nine hours on his first playthrough.

    With recent rumors of The Order 1866 only lasting 3 hours, it's great to see that the game actually has a lot more content in it, and I'd be happy to spend seven or eight hours completing the game in my own pace.

  • Six EA Games Under Development Will Be Shown at E3

    EA E3 Game Reveal

    EA has confirmed in their latest earnings report that, apart from bringing in a net revenue of $4,012 million, there are six new games planned for announced at this year's E3 event. All six games are currently under development, and no details have been given on what exactly these six games are.

    We can of course expect to hear more about FIFA World Cup 14 this year, as well as a variety of other sports games, including FIFA 15, MADDEN NFL 15, NBA 15 and NHL 15. EA may also finally give more information on the Sims 4, which has previously been announced by the video game publisher.

    EA Sports UFC has been planned for Q1 2015, so we may hear a little more about that, and EA still have plans to release a new golf title at some point in 2015. All of these titles are expected, and apart from Sims there isn't too much in this list that really gets me interested.

    However, there are a couple of other games that may make an appearance at this year's E3. The first one is Dragon Age: Inquisition - this is a title that we've seen a lot of concept art of recently, but we still haven't seen a solid vision of the game.

    The second title is of course Star Wars Battlefront. DICE already seem pretty keen to show off what they have prepared for the new Battlefront game, and I'm sure a lot of gamers around the globe can't wait to see what the Battlefield developer has done with the title.

    There's no confirmation on what six games will be shown at E3 this year, but out of these games, both Battlefront and Dragon Age: Inquisition look like safe bets.

  • Things We Might Learn From Gamescom

    Gamescom is very close now and I expect we'll see and learn a lot from the gaming event, but what can we expect to learn about the new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at this year's Gamescom?

    Firstly, we're all expecting to learn about the launch date of the PlayStation 4- we're all hoping for a 2013 release and many rumors have lead many of us to believe a November release date is most likely. Hopefully we'll find out just when we'll be able to get our hands on a brand new PlayStation 4 very soon.

    We may also be given a look into when the Xbox One will be released. Recent rumors seem to point towards the Xbox One being pushed back a little bit and everyone is uncertain whether we'll see an Xbox One this year or not.

    We're also going to be hearing about a deal that will bundle a third party game with the Xbox One launch edition without bumping up the price at all. At Gamescom we'll be able to find exactly what this game is and if it will make up for the price difference between the PS4 and the Xbox One.

    If we're lucky, it'll be a game we're all planning on buying and it'll help to make the price difference more manageable, but on the other end of the scale we may end up with a game that no one really wants, and, because everyone will have it, it won't really hold any trade-in value.

    On top of this Gamescom is bound to come with tons of previews and first looks at a bunch of upcoming next and current gen games.


    Ravens Win Superbowl in Simulation


    This year, Electronic Arts ran its Super Bowl simulation with Madden NFL 13, the game predicted that the Baltimore Ravens would upset the San Francisco 49ers 27-24, according to EA.


    Every year, EA pits the two Super Bowl contenders in their latest iteration of Madden NFL. The simulation has successfully predicted the last seven out of nine Super Bowls.


    The only two games they got wrong were in 2008 when the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots and in 2011 when the Green Bay Packers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.


    In the video above, the game comes down to a last-minute scoring drive for the 49ers. During that drive the 49ers throw an interception in the end zone in the last 20 seconds of the game, which seals the Ravens win.


    For more information about this year's simulation, go to EA's website.


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  • Big Christmas Sales on Xbox Live

    Christmas Sales


    Christmas marks the time for frantic last-minute shopping and frenzied retailers trying to push more and more customers to their 'winter season sales'. However, if you have a keen eye, you can usually find yourself quite a bargain amongst all of the chaos.

    Xbox Live may be a place you'll be happy to find some decent digital sales in time for Christmas, and this is a perfect time to grab the games you haven't had the chance to get your hands on.

    Microsoft has put on a sale offering a decent amount of games each day available for you to purchase at discounted prices. Although each day adds new items to the sale, you can still access games from previous days, and will be able to right up to the end of December.

    Look Below to see what deals are available as of December 22nd.


    Full Games

    Midnight Club: Los Angeles
    L.A. Noire
    Max Payne 3
    Red Dead Redemption

    Rock Band 3

    Bully: Scholarship Edition



    The Simpsons Arcade Game - 600 MP
    SONIC 4 Episode II - 600 MP
    Sonic The Hedgehog 2 - 160 MP
    Plants vs. Zombies - 600 MP
    Super Meat Boy - 600 MP
    Fire Pro Wrestling - 400 MP
    RAW - 400 MP
    Joe Danger 2: The Movie - 400 MP
    Jet Set Radio - 400 MP
    Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition - 400 MP
    Zuma's Revenge! - 400 MP
    Peggle - 400 MP
    Peggle Nights Content Pack - 200 MP
    A World of Keflings - 400 MP
    A World of Keflings - Sugar, Spice and Not So Nice - 160 MP
    A World of Keflings - It Came From Outer Space - 160 MP
    Wreckateer - 200 MP
    Kinect Party - Free


    Don't forget to treat yourself to a new modded xbox controller to go with your new game!

  • Xbox 360 Owners without Gold get a Free Taste this Weekend

    Xbox 360 get Gold for Free

    This weekend only, Microsoft will be opening its Gold features up for everyone.

    From this time all the way up until Sunday Xbox 360 users will be able to play online, use Hulu Plus, Netflix and many other services and applications that weren't available to them before.

    Not everyone will be able to savor this limited time offer. Microsoft lists that only "Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan and the United States," said Major Nelson.

    So if you are not in these countries and are without a gold account then you will not be able to participate.

    Are you in one of the countries that didn't have this? How do you feel? Let us know!

  • Skyrim Dragonborn: New DLC in the Works

    Skyrim DLC: Dragonborn

    Following from the Hearthfire and Dawnguard download content packs, the new Dragonborn DLC has been rumored. Although there isn't anything official to go by, Bethesda has been leaving small trails of evidence similarly to previous DLC that hints at the new Dragonborn content.

    Players have read through lines of new code released with a new system update for PC, and have come across a few lines of code perhaps hinting to the new DLC.

    The code hints to new craftable gear, going by the names of Bonemold, Chitin, Stalhrim and Nordic, of which some will be recognized from Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind.

    It also mentions a new quest with the name of Dragonborn.

    Many have also talked about new mountable dragons and revisits to previous areas seen in the Morrowind game.

    Although nothing yet is official, the new Dragonborn DLC title is likely to contain a good amount of content, regardless of the hints within the new code.

    Players are also discussing another line of code that wasn't previously released with older DLC packs which may hint to quicker Playstation 3 access.

    The line of code, which reads as '$DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT_PS3 DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT' has got PS3 Skyrim players' hopes up, giving them the belief that the PS3 release for the new DLC will not be delayed unlike previous DLC titles. Some players have gone as far to say that Bethesda will make the content exclusive to PS3, to make up for their previous mistakes on the console.

    Will you be getting the new Dragonborn DLC?

  • AbleGamers Open First Accessible Arcade

    On October 10, The AbleGamers Foundation opened up its first arcade for people with disabilities in the Washington D.C. public library. This is the first permanent arcade for disabled gamers and it is an addition to the library.

    "Our partnership with the AbleGamers Foundation brings the freedom, fun, and independent of video gaming to DC residents with disabilities," said Chief of DC Public Library's Adaptive Services Division, Venetia Demson in a press release.

    President and founder of AbleGamers Foundation Mark Barlet said that this project is something he has wanted to do since the start of the organization and believes that this is a "tremendous victory for disabled gamers everywhere."

    AbleGamers Foundation is a non-profit organization that represents disabled gamers everywhere through awareness. To learn more go to their website.

  • Ubisoft’s Big Reveal: Watch Dogs

    Watch Dogs

    In my opinion, Ubisoft won this year's E3. They launched games on every possible platform and all of them looked amazing. They also had a nice little surprise for us at the end of their presentation. Ubisoft Montreal had been working on a new IP for a while which had been kept completely hidden. The game is called Watch Dogs and from the initial gameplay demo I can already tell you that this is going to be a keeper.

    The game takes place in the future where everything electronic is run by a Central Operating System termed CTOS. So basically everything (subways, security cameras, traffic lights etc.) is run by the CTOS. Thanks to this, the Private Companies who control the system are nearly untouchable. Information is everything in this era.  Somehow our main character, Aiden Pierce, has gotten access to this system. He most probably hacked into it, but the back story hasn't been revealed yet.

    Due to that, not only does Aiden have info on everyone in the city he resides in, he also has control over everything that is hooked up to the CTOS. The whole city is now basically his weapon and he can manipulate everything within it to obtain his objective.

    The game is a GTA-like 3rd person shooter and it looks phenomenal. I was especially impressed by the voice acting and dialogue as I feel this is a crucial trait mostly ignored in games. The combat, cover and shooting mechanics also looked VERY tight. I especially love the part in the demo where he jumps across the car, takes out a foe and simultaneously picks up his weapon. Wow. (Check out the demo through the link below.)

    But, the core of the game is "hacking". In the demo Aiden used his phone to hack security cameras and other people's phones in order to listen in and also to jam them. In the end he hacked into the traffic lights to create an accident which allowed him to get his hands on his target. I bet there are going to be several ways one can pull off a certain objective which gives the game a very sandboxy feel.

    What was shown in the demo was just a sneak peek of what we can expect to see and I can't even imagine the possibilities of this hacking ability. Nothing aside from these tidbits have been revealed for now but, we will keep you posted as more details emerge. Till then, check out the official teaser trailer and the E3 gameplay demo.



    It's extremely likely our stealth adjustable controller will be compatible with Watch Dogs, so be sure to watch our news and blogs regularly. During 4th of July we featured a modded controller sale with the above controller available, but our Stealth Adjustable mod is always available.

    Our Stealth Adjustable controller comes with 10 preset rapid fire speeds and the additional option to customize your own rate of fire. You can find up to 15,000 rates of rapid fire in our Adjustable Pulse Rapid Fire!

    Blog Written by Shahriar Azad

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