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Meet Project Legion, the epic new first-person PC shooter from EVE Online's creators

At EVE Fanfest Friday CCP announced a new EVE Online-integrated shooter for the PC, known for now as Project Legion. No, it's not just a port of Dust.

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Eyes-on: EVE: Valkyrie adds Unreal Engine 4, Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff

A year after its debut, CCP announces EVE: Valkyrie's celebrity voice talent and a new graphics engine. We got our hands on the new build at EVE Fanfest 2014.

AMD signs up 40 development studios for private Mantle SDK

AMD is busy signing developers to take advantage of its Mantle API, which accelerates code written for compatible AMD processors.

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I’m paying for what? How Xbox Live Gold must change for a new age of free

Xbox Live Gold still keeps free online services like Skype and Explorer behind its pay wall. That can’t last.

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Elite: Dangerous impressions: Sequel to the classic Elite already amazes in early form

Elite: Dangerous may only be in alpha, but the space simulator already captures the feel of its classic predecessors.

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In pictures: Massive EVE Online monument unveiled in Iceland's capital

The 'Worlds Within a World' monument in Iceland's capital city is inscribed with the names of thousands of EVE Online players.

iPad, Oculus Rift, and Kinect team up to update '80s video game

Researchers at the Computer Human Interaction conference presented a bootstrapped immersive video game that pairs cutting- edge hardware with 1980s video game stalwart Paperboy.

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In pictures: Unearthing Atari's legendary E.T. graveyard in the New Mexico desert

In 1983 at the height of the video game crash Atari dumped millions of game cartridges in a New Mexico landfill. This past weekend, Microsoft and a documentary crew dug them up.


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Missing Pieces: Wrapping up the week's must-know gaming news

SWAT teams, Watch Dogs clothing, and the Game Boy becomes an old man—it's all the gaming news you may have missed for the week of April 21.

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Dark Souls 2 review: An addictive puzzle wrapped in a nightmarish PC action game

We've gone through the seven stages of grief to report that the fiendishly difficult Dark Souls II is pretty darn great despite the emotional scars it leaves. UPDATE: Now with PC impressions inside.

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Free game alert: Red Orchestra 2's free in full on Steam, but for today only

Tripwire is giving away copies of its acclaimed tactical shooter Red Orchestra 2, but you only have one day to act.