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You've got to feel sorry for the guy being hacked as he swims after a boat always staying a few feet ahead. Watch Dogs online has been designed to drive you nuts and here's a compilation of some amazing/infuriating moments, depending on which side you're on.
While Diablo 3's wildly controversial auction house stopped functioning in March, it's finally being removed completely tomorrow, June 24th. The extra time's been to allow players to retrieve any money or gold they might have left in the system.
You can't argue with MATHS though. Looking at Mario's height and game maps someone's calculated the distance traveled. The Plumber also swam a distance equal to about eight laps of an Olympic-sized swimming pool. It felt like so much more at the time.
If the experts are correct then there are only two Primal Rage 2 arcade boards in existence, giving it a near legendary status. Now there's one sitting in the Galloping Ghost Arcade ruining all that elusive mystique.
Afternoon everyone. It's stream time and this week I'm catching the end of the Battlefield Hardline beta so expect creative swearing depending on how well I do. I might also try out Terra Tech at the end if I can get the PC stream to hold.
You've still got a couple of days to catch the Radius Festival today and tomorrow and I thoroughly recommend it. Loads of interesting indie games to play, devs to meet and generally great fun all round. I couldn't see everything (and sorry if I missed you) but here's the stuff I did see and really enjoyed.