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These YouTube gamers aren’t just earning a living, they are getting filthy rich by posting videos of themselves playing video games! It’s safe to say, the rest of us are doing life wrong!

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If you always wanted Nintendo to make a 3D Mario game using some of the best technology in the games industry, you’re going to want to watch this video. YouTube user Aryoksini has uploaded footage of the iconic plumber running on Epic’s Unreal Engine 4, and the results are spectacular.

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Jeff Spicer, the production manager and Geoff Ellenor the Level Design director introduce you the gameplay in this Walkthrough trailer. Enter the chaos of a raging war as a bold knight, brutal viking, or mysterious samurai, three of the greatest legendary warriors. For Honor is a fast-paced, competitive experience mixing skill, strategy, and team play with visceral melee combat.

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It’s been a year and a half since Microsoft bought the Gears of War franchise from Epic Games and handed the reins over to developer Black Tusk Studios, and now we’re getting our first look at Gears 4. The lengthy gameplay footage we were treated to was suitably impressive, with a few heavily armed hunters exploring a cavern filled with what looked like horrible alien eggs. Are you looking forward to it?

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This is the first taste of Need for Speed gameplay and it introduces your first look at their new chase camera, just one of the many cameras you can choose from in the game. Many people online think this chase camera is too dramatic, and want its tilting softened during cornering. What do you think? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now.

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Fans of the Tony Hawk’s franchise couldn’t wait to see Pro Skater 5 gameplay, well until they noticed disappointing graphics for what should release on PS4 and Xbox One. After seeing the live gameplay footage at E3 2015, gamers went online to voice their disappointment in regard to the graphics showcased. What do you think? Will you still play it?

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Roger Ebert used to say that being a street vender was the most dangerous job in film. And now it is in games too, with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. The new trailer for Naughty Dog’s globe-trotting adventure sees our swashbuckling treasure hunter and his grey fox mentor hop into a car and drive through a village in which they smash every goddamn fruit cart in town to evade the armed forces pursuing them. You can get away with a lot of things when you’re Nathan Drake.

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Eleven years after the release of Doom 3, and more than seven since its initial announcement, Bethesda last night finally revealed more than 10 seconds of the game once known as Doom 4. The all-new, all-search-engine-confusing Doom is being touted as a return to the frenzied action that the series is most well known for. Will you play it?

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In Star Wars Battlefront you can battle in epic 40 multiplayer battles reminiscent of The Battle of Hoth. As the Empire, you must accompany AT-AT walkers as they march towards the Rebel base to destroy it. And as a Rebel, you must do everything you can to stop them. Star Wars Battlefront will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Release Date: November 17, 2015.

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Microsoft has revealed the future of its Xbox console with this demo of Minecraft built for its HoloLens augmented reality system. Mind blow. Take my money. We live in the future now. God mode activated. Can we watch porn with it yet…?

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Most of you would have spent years with a controller in your hand, but the logo on the controller says a lot about you and the games you played. This is the war of the consoles, where the greatest gaming device will destroy the others. Where do you put your money?

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This is the new trailer for Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, except the trailer doesn’t include any in-game scene, but instead features real life parkour artists. It has been enhanced in order to resemble, thanks to a series of visual effects, the actual Mirror’s Edge gameplay.

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In the year 2065, cybernetic advancements give rise to augmented human soldiers, a new breed of badass charged with preserving our way of life. Their mission leads them to a seedy bar in Singapore, where they encounter an underworld boss and his elite squad of mercenaries. Among them is a 5-foot-11, 215-pound battering ram of a man who’s exactly like the world’s most ferocious running back circa 2015: the Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch.

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It’s impressive when games look like real life, but it’s even more impressive when you make real life look like a game. This GTA film captures how everyone plays the game perfectly!

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Experience a new level of precise control for your favourite games. The Steam Controller lets you play your entire collection of Steam games on your TV—even the ones designed without controller support in mind. A limited quantity of orders will be shipped October 16th, weeks in advance of their official launch. Pre-order now and be among Steam Hardware’s first wave of users.

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Watch Lara Croft overcome the elements as she scales the icy walls of a mountain to discover the secrets within, in this Pre-E3 teaser trailer for ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’. Some sick gameplay footage is on the way!

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The first game released by Bethesda Game Studios since 2011′s Skyrim, Fallout 4 is the sequel to 2008′s Fallout 3, and it looks absolutely stunning. In an age of multiplayer focused games, where exciting titles like the new Battlefront are online only, with no campaign at all, it’s refreshing to see Bethesda continue to put out great new single-player games.

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You’d think that blinding a professional driver with a custom Oculus Rift headset as they drift around a track would be a crazy way to promote anything. And you’d be right. But, well, Castrol EDGE really wants you to know about its new Titanium Strong motor oil. So much so that it strapped a VR headset on racer Matt Powers and turned a Roush Stage 3 Mustang into a VR controller for its Virtual Drift Trial. From his perspective he’s navigating through an apocalyptic VR landscape with crumbling roads and tidal waves of volcanic rock. From ours, it’s as if he’s got a death wish like an extra from Mad Max: Fury Road.