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+ - Pirated Watch_Dogs reportedly contains Bitcoin miner->

Submitted by dotarray
dotarray (1747900) writes "A torrent file claiming to be an early version of Watch_Dogs has leaked onto the internet days before the game's release, but it seems that gamers grabbing the file are getting more than they bargained for. A Bitcoin miner has been tucked into the archive, meaning that someone's potentially making big bucks off impatient pirates."
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+ - First look at Insomniac Games Sunset Overdrive->

Submitted by UgLyPuNk
UgLyPuNk (1166251) writes "Sunset Overdrive debuted at E3 2013 in a blaze of eye-searing neon, with an all-too-short teaser trailer that left everybody wanting more, desperate to find out what that was all about. Now, nearly 12 months later, it's time for Insomniac Games to take the wraps off... and time for us to put our sunglasses on. The super-bright colours and cartoon graphics have not been toned down. Sunset City is the messy, sprawling love child of Times Square and Harajuku, flat surfaces covered with advertising, streets crawling with mutants."
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+ - Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel revealed->

Submitted by UgLyPuNk
UgLyPuNk (1166251) writes "Gearbox is sharing the Borderlands love, with the news that the studio is working with 2K Australia on the brand new, standalone Borderands: The Pre-Sequel. The new game is designed to fit neatly in the timeframe between Borderlands and Borderlands 2, and is set for release in the second half of 2014."
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+ - Blizzard registers trademark for Overwatch->

Submitted by dotarray
dotarray (1747900) writes "Blizzard has let slip a teeny detail about just what it might be working on. A new trademark registration suggests that there's more going on at the studio than just the games we know about, and all the signs point to this being a very interesting development indeed. Could it finally be the shooter we've been hoping for?"
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+ - Valve makes a move on mobile platforms->

Submitted by dotarray
dotarray (1747900) writes "Even though the announcement only mentions one game — the original Portal — and not its sequel, it marks an exciting milestone: This is the first time Valve has moved into the mobile space — the Shield is powered by Android. This suggests the Source Engine is happy to run on ARM processors, meaning that other Source games could potentially also make the leap to other ARM devices like mobile phones and tablets."
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