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Burial at Sea Episode 2 DLC available for Mac Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite - the fantastic first-person shooter swansong from Irrational Games - has been a huge hit, and Mac users have been able to join in the fun thanks to the efforts of Aspyr. Now the company has released the second part of downloadable content (DLC) for the game - Burial at Sea - Episode 2.

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Blizzard releases Diablo III: Reaper of Souls expansion

If you pre-purchased it then you probably already know, but today is release day for the long-awaited expansion pack to Blizzard's popular dungeon crawl action game Diablo III, Reaper of Souls.

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Ridge Racer Slipstream goes free for a week with all the drifts you can handle!

A quick heads up that Ridge Racer Slipstream is this weeks free app of the week in the App Store. The arcade racing King came back to iOS in December 2012 with all the drifts you can handle. And if you snag it now, you're saving the $2.99 asking price.

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Duet Game: Top 10 tips and tricks!

Duet Game is a strategy type game that requires you to navigate through all kinds of obstacles by circling and dodging in unison. Change directions and evade all the blocks and squares standing between you and the next checkpoint. Run into something and the stage starts over. Whether you're just starting out with Duet or are trying to figure out how to get past a particularly hard stage, follow along for our top tips and tricks!

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Apple highlighting great games by indie developers

Apple has added a new featured section to the iTunes Store that looks to show off the fine work produced by some of the high quality iOS independent game developers. The Indie Game Showcase has appeared with the weekly storefront refresh and this week is dedicated to, Simogo, developers of Device 6.

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GDC 2014: Fruit Ninja developer intros destructive new puzzle game, Bears vs. Art

We met up with the fine folks from Halfbrick Studios at GDC 2014 to check out their upcoming puzzle game, Bears vs. Art. Players send a raging bear through gallery to slash up priceless works of abstract art. The catch is that, for some reason, the bear's primary mode of movement is to curl up into a ball and spin forwards, Sonic-style.

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GDC 2014: Party up with friends in action-RPG Sigils: Battle for Raios

Sigils: Battle for Raios was being shown off at GDC 2014, and we took a gander at the strategic fantasy combat it had to offer. Players party up in live synchronous multiplayer matches and take on waves of fantastic AI enemies. Players can take on one of what looks like dozens of unique animal-based characters, level up, and specialize as they see fit.

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GDC 2014: Monument Valley game screws with your head in a beautiful way

The fine folks behind Whale Trail are making a decidedly different puzzle game, and we got to take a look at the Game Developer Conference. Ustwo's Monument Valley has players guide a hapless girl through a twisted maze of Escherian proportions.

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GDC 2014: Bound through the clouds with crazy contraptions in Sky Story

Another one of the many upcoming games Crescent Moon showed us at GDC 2014 was Sky Story. This is a beautifully-rendered 3D platformer with some good old-fashioned top-down combat tossed in.

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GDC 2014: Exiles role-playing game boasts richly rendered mechs and hovercraft

Exiles is a fresh sci-fi role-playing game from Crescent Moon games that we got to check out at GDC 2014. For those that have put time into the well-known Avalon series, you'll already be familiar with the kind of graphics to expect here, though the giant robot with the missile launcher may contrast to memories of elves and fireballs.

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