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Just like how Square Enix wants people to move away from the limits of a 32-bit operating system, Blizzard wants to phase out relics of the past.

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SEGA in association with Creative Assembly, Relic Entertainment and Amplitude have announced another Make War Not Love event that will run from February 16th until the 19th. The annual valentines mocking promotion pits communities against each other to win various prizes.

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The story of any lengthy role-playing game can often get lost in the many dozens of hours its spread across, but with a handy 'Story Trailer' for Torment: Tides of Numenera, you should have no trouble starting off on the right foot.

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Is there a time when Humble Bundle isn't offering a lot for a little price? Not lately. Their latest stint is a large-scale Star Wars bundle that even includes the new release of an old classic.

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Whether your Warcraft days are behind you, the days of the WoW Token are not. That shiny coin Blizzard added as a way for rich characters to pay for subscriptions isn't going anywhere. In actuality, it just got a whole lot more versatile.

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Having gone gold already, it's time to look at some of the physical goods you can look forward to when Torment: Tides of Numenera launches later next month

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Haven't launched Battle.net in a little while? Whether you're burned out on Hearthstone, taking a break from Overwatch before the next event or done with Diablo III's anniversary, fire it up. There might be something waiting for you. They're giving away Starcraft II.

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Like him or loathe him, he's here to stay - so long as you pay for him, at least. Added through the last big StarCraft 2 patch, announcers made their way into the game much like they have for League of Legends in the past. And Totalbiscuit is the next to land.

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Torment: Tides of Numenera’s release is just around the corner as it is scheduled to roll out of Early Access on February 28th. We've created a list of all the stuff you need to know about the game.

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Last week, we had the opportunity to chat to Colin McComb and Gavin Jurgens-Fyhrie, writers who worked on Torment: Tides of Numenera. Our conversation soon turned to development and potential problems that developers can run into when creating a story-driven CRPG.