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  1. Xbox One won't support external storage at launch

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    According to a podcast recorded live at Pax Prime 2013, by Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, the Xbox One won't initially support external storage when the console launches later this year. All consoles will ship with an internal 500GB hard drive and a USB 3.0 port that will eventually allow gamers to manage game downloads and installs. However, it's unknown when...
  2. iPhone 5C and 5S Being Introduced Sept 10

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    On Sept. 10, Apple Inc. will introduce two new iPhone models: the iPhone 5S, and the iPhone 5. It's thought that the iPhone 5C will be a plastic version of the iPhone 5S and expected to be cheaper then the average iPhone. It's not known how much cheaper the iPhone 5C will be as no official pricing has been given yet. The rumored release date for both devices is September 20, 2013. Apples current calendar shows that workers are...
  3. Grand Theft Auto 5 - The Official Trailer

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    With just over 2 weeks until the official launch of Grand Theft Auto 5, Rockstar have decided to set the scene, fuelling further anticipation if you like, by revealing the 1-minute long Grand Theft Auto 5 official trailer. The trailer focuses on the three protagonists of the game, Franklin, Trevor, but mainly Michael, a middle-aged career criminal tries to straighten out his life but is dragged back to the criminal world by his...
  4. PlayStation Establishes Division to Locialise Third-Party Games

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    Have you ever wanted to play games on your PlayStation devices, only to realize that they're only available in other countries? Now we might have a chance to get those titles in the U.S. During the PAX Prime 2013 panel, Sony announced that it will create a division which will solely focus on porting and localizing games for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

    The new division, named "Third Party...
  5. Halo for Xbox One Story Details Revealed by the Microsoft Store

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    Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. When Microsoft announced the Xbox One, it was inevitable that there would be a new Halo in the works. Thus, during E3, Halo for Xbox One was inexplicably announced for the next-gen console. One thing that many Halo fans wonder when a new title is teased, where will the story travel to next? Thanks to a Microsoft blunder, we now have an initial...​
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