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After releasing new installments every year since its 2011 debut, toys-to-life pioneer Skylanders is taking the year off. Announced during Activision's 4th quarter 2016 financial results conference call, Skylanders is sticking to new toys and digital content for 2017.

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"If you're going to be the Kool-Aid Man, you need to be able to bust through everything. There's nothing worse than saying, 'Oh, you can do all this stuff except when it's actually important. And then we're going to put up unbreakable walls.'" — Stellar Jockeys' Hugh Monahan explains the fruit drink-inspired design ethos behind his studio's mech shooter Brigador.

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After a bit of a stumble with last year's Superchargers, Skylanders is back and ready to go toe-to-toe with Disney Infinity in the creativity side of the toys-to-life battle. Had the competition not folded, Imaginators would have given it a run for its money.

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Today marks the passing of one of Call of Duty's finest soldiers. After valiantly fighting his way through nearly three entire Modern Warfare games, one Task Force 141 didn't make it back from the 11 October 2016 mission to assassinate terrorist leader Vladimir Makarov.

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A lot of Call of Duty fans are more excited over the remastered version of the original Modern Warfare than Infinite Warfare's future shenanigans, but they can't have one without the other. Either a full digital purchase of Infinite Warfare or the physical disc is required for the remaster to run.

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Destiny 2, the currently unannounced 2017 sequel to Destiny, is coming to PC, according to several sources. The first game was exclusive to consoles, much to the dismay of Destiny fans with beefy computers. We also hear that Bungie aims to make Destiny 2 feel like an entirely new game rather than a Taken King-style expansion — even if that means leaving old characters behind.