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Oklahoma Tax On "Violent" Video Games Shot Down

Oklahoma’s Will Fourkiller (D) attempted to raise some tax dollars and express his personal disapproval of the state of modern gaming by introducing a bill that would add extra taxes to the sale of video games. A 1% tax on all “violent” video games would be levied by the state.  Violent …

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Free To Play Killzone 3 Multiplayer Coming To PSN

Sony’s exclusive Killzone franchise is often praised for the quality of its multiplayer.  To draw in some new players, Sony will be releasing a free to play version of the multiplayer game on the PSN.  The download will be available on February 28th. The game will ship with most of …

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Amnesia Sequel Coming in 2012

Sleeper horror hit Amnesia has proved popular enough to earn itself a sequel. Developed by Frictional Games, Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs isn’t a direct sequel and will feature a brand new cast of characters to be horribly killed and emotionally tortured.  Set in Mexico, it will follow a wealthy industrialist …

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Saints Row: The Third Blasts Off In New DLC

After a number of smaller gameplay and accessory content releases, Saints Row: The Third welcomes the launch of its first ever major scenario pack: “Gangstas in Space.”  Expanding on the absurdist ending that sent your crew of vile-but-loveable hooligans to Mars (or did it?), “Gangstas” is one of the most …

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Free To Play "The Simpsons" iOS Title In The Works

With 500 episodes in the can, it seems a little late to worry about overexposing the Simpson‘s franchise. With a new free to play title starring Springfield’s first family, EA is hoping that iOS users want to bring Homer on the road with them.  In Simpsons: Tapped Out, players have to …

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Cult Classic Seaman Making a Comeback On the 3DS

In many ways, 1999’s Seaman for the Dreamcast was ahead of its time. Many of the players barely even considered the title a game in the way they understood it.  The quirky title garnered a cult following that appreciated the voice-chat controlled exotic fish simulator. Today, however, there’s a much …

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Valve Considers Entering the Console Wars

Valve founder Gabe Newell in an interview with Penny-Arcade, said that creating their own hardware platforms was not out of the question in the future.  Although Newell admits he would prefer to use someone else’s hardware and that he has no reason to believe that his company would due any …

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