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So many games. So little time. March is a very busy month for new game releases. Feast your eyes on our full release schedule for the next month.
Good guy Microsoft has announced that their long-awaited release Fable Legends is going to be free to play.
Payday 2: Crimewave Edition is being released on PS4 and Xbox One in June.
Warner Bros have released a new trailer for Xbox One/PS4 release Batman: Arkham Knight.
Lionsgate have put a major investment into Telltale Games, allowing the two companies to work together on major projects.
Join us in the art of trophy hunting and score these 10 very easy platinum trophies (or 1000G).
It's been reported that a new Guitar Hero game is in development for release this year.
We very much enjoyed playing The Order: 1886. Read our review and see why you should give this fantastic looking game a chance.
Here's the round-up of what you've missed this past week!
The release of next-gen racer Project CARS has been delayed yet again, to ensure "the best experience possible", studio bosses claim.
The PlayStation Blog has just announced details of a sale in celebration of the Vita's third birthday. The discounts are going to be live for two weeks, ending 4 March 2015. Grab a bargain!
We've compiled a long, long list of all the games due to come out on PlayStation Vita before the year's out.
Check out this list of completely free Vita games that you can download from the PlayStation store right now!
Feast your eyes on these epic screenshots from the upcoming playable demo of Final Fantasy XV.
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