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Blazt was the last man alive for Ground Zero during its match against Luminosity at the Call of Duty World League Dallas stop. But while his opponent passed over him once, unnoticed among the dead around the bomb site, a double-check quickly led to a Luminosity win.

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Blizzard's marketing department has had some terrible misses when it comes to advertising the developer's digital card game Hearthstone. Guac Boy? Shudder. For the game's latest expansion however, the company has hit it out of the park with a trailer that pays tribute to The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth and well, the 80s in general.

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If you've played any of Creative Assembly's Total War games, you've certainly seen your fair share of massive battles. But they're always limited by internal caps so the strategy is manageable and well, your PC doesn't explode. The developers are taking the gloves off with the introduction of a new game mode, called "The Laboratory", which will allow you to do utterly, utterly mad things within Total War: Warhammer 2.

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In the latest instalment of the toco toco TV, the beautiful and melancholy documentary series about Japanese game makers, Yoshiro Kimura talks about the experiences that have led to his small oeuvre of lovely, idiosyncratic games including the PS2's Chulip, Little King's Story for the Wii, and most recently Million Onion Hotel.

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There's no rule against long speedruns. Even when played with haste in mind, some games just take a while to complete. So when you stick a bunch of speedruns together in what you could call a marathon, you're essentially guaranteed an interesting combination of... fast and long? That sounded so much cleaner in my head.

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Another year, another Call of Duty. Activision's roulette wheel landed on World War 2 for the latest incarnation and so, here we are with Honest Game Trailers' interpretation of the upcoming FPS. Sure, it's well-trodden ground, but then, so is the genre of historical shooters.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is, without a doubt, the breakout hit of the year. It's sold more than 15 million copies and is the most popular game on Steam by a country mile (full of people trying to kill each other). All this, and it's still in Early Access. You'd think it has a bright future ahead of it, but a growing number of players aren't so sure.

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Despite being out for over seven years and even built on Aussie-made technology, Australia and New Zealand is only now getting their own local server for Wargaming's World of Tanks. Yes, come November 1, you'll be able to mortar and shell all kinds of armour, without having to worry about the most deadly munition of all: high latency.