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Halo: The Master Chief Collection is probably the best thing that will ever happen to any huge fan of Bungie’s multi-billion dollar military sci-fi first person shooter video game franchise. Releasing in two months from now, on November 11, the game will offer completely remastered single player and multiplayer modes of the 4 main, most famous titles in the Halo series. Featuring prominent lighting and graphical upgrades, All four games included in this one package will run at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, and you can check out how impressive the gameplay will be in these latest full HD screenshots and gameplay videos of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

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New Halo: The Master Chief Collection 1080p Screenshots and Gameplay Footage Revealed Showing Remastered Classic Maps

Packing next-gen remastered version of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4, all running at native 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second, Halo: The Master Chief Collection will most probably prove to be the best Xbox One exclusive title out in 2014. The upcoming compilation will provide complete single player and multiplayer experience of the aforementioned titles, along with their full set of add-on content, in next-gen visuals, including improvements such as advanced lighting, texture and character details, and technical fixes.

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Bungie’s most anticipated open world multiplayer first-shooter role-playing video game, Destiny, is currently being played by millions of gamers, and its reviews suggest that it is a game that is loved as well as hated by most. Despite its repetitive structure, the game is full of absolutely beautiful sci-fi worlds to explore, and apparently many properly hidden Easter eggs to find, and it looks like one of these Easter eggs is the Master Chief From Halo.

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User Discovers Master Chief Easter Egg in Destiny

Destiny is a game that is loved for its amazingly well-tuned combat, dynamic in-game worlds and technical features, but at the same time, it is hated for the structure that holds it and makes it repetitive. However, all that doesn’t matter when you are on a hunt to find Easter eggs, which Destiny is surely full of. Bungie has a glorious history of Halo games, and it is nearly impossible that the developer skipped on adding any Halo-related Easter eggs in the game.

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Destiny, which ranks among some of the most anticipated games of 2014, landed on the last and new-gen video game consoles last week with immense hype, and the strategic release of the in-game content since its reveal combined with the arrant strength provided by the bright marketing, the game was quickly picked up by millions of gamers and critics. During the time until now, several major video game websites have released Destiny reviews, putting forward their thoughts on the game, and no matter how hyped the game was, it is apparently still Bungie’s worst game until now by review score.

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Destiny Gets Lower Review Scores Compared to All Previously Released Major Titles By Bungie

Developed by Bungie, the creator of multi-billion dollar Halo franchise, the open-world connected first person shooter title Destiny launched on the latest and last-gen video game consoles a week ago. The game sold-out almost immediately after its launch and exceeded its $500 million budget in sales, but unfortunately, it failed to put an appreciable smile on the faces of many gamers and critics. So far, many reviews have cropped up from many major video game websites but all of them rate Destiny below par as the game’s offerings are much less than expectations.

GTA V
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Today is a wealthy day for those who have been eagerly waiting to know when GTA V, the next-gen overhaul of Rockstar’s ambitious and most popular game of all time, will finally land on the latest consoles and PC. Along with many other details, the developer has revealed that there are still a couple of months before PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will be able to enjoy the game on November 18, and as for PC, well the release date has been pushed back to January 27, 2015. Keeping that all aside, let’s get to the point, Rockstar has released some fresh screenshots from next-gen version of GTA V, and you can see below that they look staggering compared to the last-gen version.

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GTA V Next-Gen vs Last-Gen Screenshot Comparison Shows Improved Textures and Enhanced Overall In-Game Environments

Looking at the already announced upcoming video games for the latest consoles, it seems like reviving last-gen titles and remastering them with improved visuals for the latest consoles has become sort of a trend, it is like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players are left with no option but to reluctantly pay for a new disc of some game that they have already went through completely. However, when it comes to the next-gen overhaul of Rockstar’s record-breaking GTA V, the case is not all the same. The game is so immersive and overwhelming on the last-gen consoles that its remastered version was more of a public demand than the proprietor’s decision.

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Putting an end to all the suspicion that started growing roots recently, Rockstar has finally stepped into the limelight and announced the release date for GTA V, the upcoming record-breaking open world action-adventure video game title that has been uniquely redecorated with next-gen technology for the latest video game consoles and PC. Featuring various technical upgrades, the next-gen GTA V will land on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on November 18, the PC version however, will come a little late on January 27, 2015. Rockstar has also released new in-game media content such as trailer and screenshots, which are shared below.

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Next-Gen GTA V Coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November, PC Version Will Be Launched in 2015 – New Details Revealed

Back in June, during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, Rockstar announced that its all-time hit, record-breaking open world action-adventure video game, which was originally released on the last-gen PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 console, will be making its way to the latest video game consoles and PC with a whole new complexion. Other than few details and an announcement trailer, the developer didn’t say much about the next-gen version of GTA V. However just now, Rockstar has uncovered some new details about the game including final release date, trailer, and screenshots.

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The wait is finally over as Destiny, one of this year’s most anticipated blockbuster games, is out today for everyone, and apparently an enormous horde of eager fans is already setting things up to enjoy this master piece by the multi-billion dollar Halo franchise creator called Bungie. Taking from its reveal to this point, the developer has released a lot of in-game content and details about the game, but it is always more amusing to see the final product before starting off with it. Below are tons of new ultra HD Destiny Screenshots from final retail version of the game.

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Activision Shares Tons of New Destiny Screenshots Showcasing Never-Before-Seen Locations and Guardian Equipments

After Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs, Destiny is apparently the most talked about and boasted game of this year. Developed with a budget far bigger than even the most magnificent of blockbuster films, Bungie’s ambitious master piece is claimed to be everything that a role-playing first-person shooter video game set in an open world connected environment should be, and the developer believes that franchise will remain fresh and lively for as long as a decade. But it is yet to see that how far will Destiny itself push the limits of impressiveness for its fans.

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Bungie’s upcoming blockbuster online open world first-person video game title, known as Destiny, is only about a couple of days away from its launch, and everyone is eager enough to check their pre-order statuses over and over just to make sure they are getting the game as soon as it launches this Tuesday. Destiny is coming to PlayStation as well as Xbox, but thanks to Sony’s exclusivity deal with Activision, the game is more applauded on PlayStation consoles compared to Xbox. Shared below is a Reddit survey that shows that gamers won’t upgrade to new-gen consoles just to play Destiny, but majority of the fans will play the game on Sony’s PlayStation 4.

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Survey Shows Majority of Destiny Fans Will Play the Game on PlayStation 4 Console Rather Than On the Xbox One Console

Practicing all of its inventive skills, Bungie has created an always online persistent world shooter video game title that packs much more than just its jaw-dropping massive in-game environments. There are only two more days left before we will be able to enroll ourselves in the group of guardians that serves to protect the last remaining city on Earth. The universe of Destiny is said to be “alive,” this means that the in-game events that occur at different stages are not necessarily controlled or planned by the developer.

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Next month, users of Microsoft’s latest Xbox One video game console will get a special treatment as Bungie’s multi-billion dollar video game franchise is making a comeback in a grand, next-gen way. Being developed by 343 Industries, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a compilation of remastered sci-fi first person shooter video games from the Halo series for the latest console, and among other titles, a ten-year-old game, Halo 2, that was originally developed for the first Xbox is also being remastered for Xbox One. Below is a video comparison between the original Halo 2 on Xbox, and the upcoming Halo 2 Anniversary on Xbox One, showing the raw power of both the consoles.

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Original Halo 2 Xbox Version Vs Halo 2 Anniversary Xbox One Remastered Video Comparison Shows Generational Leaps

Microsoft is all set to launch a compilation of its all-time most famous exclusive video game titles attentively remastered for the latest Xbox One next month in form of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Among Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 3 and Halo 4, the upcoming package also includes Halo 2 Anniversary, a remastered version of a decade old first-person shooter game known as Halo 2, which was originally released for the first Xbox console. The game will come with its previously released extra content, high-definition resolution, and completely remastered audio and visuals.

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Bungie’s highly anticipated and most awaited online multiplayer first-person shooter video game is only a few days away from hitting the local markets, and it looks like the advertising war for pumping up the sale figures between two big console vendors is on. The fact is that Microsoft does not have “permission to run adverts” for Xbox versions of Destiny, nevertheless, the platform holder is still cleverly managing to spread out the word about Destiny Xbox One bundles, and mock Sony in a clammed up way, with a somewhat inventive website that is advertising Destiny Fragrance.

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Microsoft Isn’t Allowed to Advertise Destiny for Xbox, So it is Advertising Destiny Fragrance Instead

In past weeks, you might have seen commercials and adverts for Destiny, which is an upcoming sci-fi always online multiplayer first person shooter video game title by Bungie that will land on multiple gaming platforms next week. You might have also noticed that these commercials mostly talk about PlayStation versions of the game, in fact, Destiny advertisements focus so much on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 versions of the game that it almost gives an impression that the game is PlayStation-exclusive only, and Microsoft is not at all pleased with that concept.

Assassin's Creed
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Ubisoft is jumping into the video game market this year by rolling out two different installments in its most critically acclaimed historical open world action-adventure video game series. The first title, known as Assassin’s Creed Unity, has been specifically designed for the latest consoles and PC, while the second one, called Assassin’s Creed Rogue is being developed for last-gen consoles only. Both the titles are coming later this year and Ubisoft is treating the eager fans with great media content and details about the games, and today, we have a new batch of screenshots from both the games showing new protagonists, and combat.

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Brand New Assassin’s Creed Unity and Rogue Screenshots Revealed Showing New Assassins and In-Game Combat Style

Longing to develop exclusively for PC, and the latest PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and create a perfect, transparent next-gen Assassin’s Creed game that completely refurbishes the series, and at the same time, catering to the gaming need of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 players, Ubisoft decided to work on, and release two new installments this year in its renowned historical adventure series. Coming up against the next-gen-only titles is the Assassin’s Creed Unity, and giving a chance to players with last-gen consoles to advance with their historical adventure is the Assassin’s Creed Rogue.

GTA V
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The next-gen port of the record-breaking and all-time most popular open world action-adventure video game, GTA V, is among some of the highly anticipated titles coming out this year. Despite the lack of information and a specific release date for the game, the hype for Rockstar’s blockbuster title is growing bigger, and apparently one of the supporting reasons is the leaked release dates that keep appearing on different online retailer websites. Today, a well-known and reliable computer hardware and software retailer known as Newegg listed next-gen GTA V for PC, PS4 and Xbox One with a release date of November 18, 2014.

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Leaked Release Date Suggests Next-Gen GTA V for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Will Launch in November

Millions of PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the upcoming next-gen version of GTA V, which is Rockstar’s ambitious previous-gen top-selling open world action-adventure video game, but despite clarifying recently that the game has not been delayed, and it will be released later this year, Rockstar has not announced a specific release date. However, frequent listings and leaks are keeping the hype train on track for now.

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Doom, Gloom and All That Fun Stuff Awaits in Metro 2033: Redux

Who doesn’t love a bit of post-apocalyptic struggle? We at WCCFtech sure do, so the idea of returning to the dead city of Moscow in 4A’s fantastic Metro 2033, well, it’s a welcome thought to say the least. An improved and extended version of 2010’s cult classic, 4A put a lot of effort into this re-release, and it shows.Metro 2033: Last Light

Metro 2033 has been ported over to the latest version of their in-house 4A engine, bringing over the advanced lighting and optimizations found in Last Light. Not to mention the reworking of certain levels, character models and even implementing the vastly superior stealth mechanics featured in its sequel, Last Light.

While Deep Silver – 4A’s publishing house, also released Last Light under the Redux name, the improvements are only minor by comparison, thus us awarding game of the month to 2033 alone, instead of giving it to the bundle itself.

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Earlier this week, 4A Games and Deep Silver launched Metro Redux, a next-gen package that adds the remastered versions of two previously released most critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic-themed first-person shooter survival horror video games to the library of the latest triple A video games, for PC and the latest consoles. Both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light looks amazing with improved visuals on all next-gen platforms, however, the Metro: Last Light Redux 1080p video comparison shared below shows that while the game looks slightly better on the Sony’s console compared to Microsoft’s, PC takes the lead with incredible Depth of Field and Anti-Aliasing.

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Metro: Last Light Redux 1080p Video Comparison Shows PlayStation 4 Version is Slightly Better Than the Xbox One version

Portraying an ugly image of a terrible post-apocalyptic future, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light are two last-gen games that captivated a lot of audience when they were originally released in back in 2010 and 2013 respectively. Focusing on compelling storytelling and world-building through bold activity arrangements and stylishly sketched scenes showing life in disused Russian tube station, Metro games prove that 4G Games is not only a talented video game developer, but that they also rank among the most technically skilled game designers in Europe.

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4A Games’ Metro Redux has finally been launched, and North American players are already enjoying the compilation package that contains two last-gen critically acclaimed single player post-apcalyptic-themed, and survival horror first-person shooter video games. Developed for latest consoles and PC only, Metro Redux features vast graphical improvements, and it looks like the developer picked up quite much while working on Microsoft’s Xbox One, as they claim that the 10% GPU performance boost that the console previously received isn’t actually 10%, and while DirectX 12 is said to be significant for the console, AMD’s Mantle API is considered “temporary”.

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Xbox One GPU Boost isn’t Solid 10%, Says 4A Games – DirectX 12 Will Help Xbox One Improve; Mantle API is Temporary

Released recently by Deep Silver and 4A Games, Metro Redux is actually a new generation upgrade of two last generation video game titles. Packing all the previously released downloadable content and featuring advanced next-gen rich graphical environments, the new title is a collection of Metro: Last Night, which is a single player post-apocalyptic-themed first-person shooter game, and Metro 2033, which is a survival horror first-person shooter game.

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Now that the latest consoles have been launched and are being fully supported by their respective manufacturers and third-party video game development studios, what gamers are eagerly waiting for next are new video game titles as well as slim versions of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Of course, we still have years to go, or at least one year, before the two big platform holders come up with the Slim versions of the latest consoles, but until that happens, we can just feed ourselves with magnificent fan-made concept arts, such as the one below that shows how the Xbox One slim console might look like.

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Fan-Made Xbox One Slim 500GB Go Concept Art Shows How Compact and Sleek the Inevitable Variant May Look Like

The seventh generation standard PlayStation 3 console was replaced by its slim variant almost after 3 years of its launch, similarly Microsoft made some changes to its Xbox 360 console by launching its slim version in 2010, roughly 4 years after the launch of the original console. In November 2013, both Sony and Microsoft successfully launched their eighth generation respective PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Keeping in mind the arrival of slim variants of the seventh generation consoles, there is still a long period to cross before we could get our hands on the slim variants of the latest consoles. However, fan-made concept arts are not illicit.



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