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Halo: The Master Chief Collection TV Spot November 5, 2014

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You’re in a stadium watching your favorite team. They’re behind by several points and everyone is worried. Then “We Will Rock You” starts to play and the crowd unifies in cheering. You should hear comedian Robert Whul talk about this song. There’s no other way to describe its effect on a crowd. Hearing it makes a crowd ready to follow anyone. Well, who are we going to follow? We’re going to follow Freddy Mercury. Then we’re going to follow the Master Chief.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming November 11, 2014 exclusively to the Xbox One.

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Launch Trailer November 5, 2014

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We’re less than a week away from the launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the Xbox One and to celebrate that release, Microsoft has released this trailer. If you had any question about picking up this game collection, you need to watch this.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming November 11th, 2014 exclusively on the Xbox One.

Nintendo Direct 11/5/14 November 5, 2014

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Nintendo Directs are a great way for Nintendo to provide a special connection between themselves and their customers. They’re great for product announcements, previews and more. Today, Nintendo has just released an all new one, detailing some of their plans for the next year. If you’ve been hoping for a remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, you might want to play extra attention to the beginning of the video.

Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, Mr Iwata.

D4 Clothing Pack 7 Released for a Limited Time November 5, 2014

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The seventh downloadable clothing pack for the quirky Xbox One exclusive adventure title D4 has been released on the Xbox Games Store and it will be free of charge for just two weeks before it is removed forever.

The seventh downloadable content pack is made up of two exclusive pieces of DLC, a “Happy Wars” costume pack and facial hairstyle set. You can download both of them free of charge right now.

If you haven’t downloaded the 6th DLC pack, it is still up for download as well. Comprised of two pieces of DLC, the third facial hairstyle set and a “Wind-up Knight” Costume Pack. Get it now before it is taken down in a week. That content is also free of charge.

D4 is out now exclusively on the Xbox One.

PS4 System Software Update 2.01 Released, Rest Mode Fixed November 5, 2014

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A highly anticipated system update for the Playstation 4 was just released. Version 2.01 includes all of the new features brought in by 2.00, but promises fixes a serious issue the PS4 was having with Rest Mode.

The software’s official documentation merely mentions that the new system software “improves system stability” but users that were having issues with the PS4 while it was in Rest Mode say the problem appears to have been addressed.

The new system update is not currently required to use the Playstation Network but if you happen to have version 2.00 installed on your PS4 I would recommend updating it immediately anyways.

Gaming History You Should Know: The Kingdom Hearts Timeline November 5, 2014

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We’re less than a month away from the release of Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX, which will contain no less than two full games from the Kingdom Hearts franchise, and the remastered cinematics from one other, so what better time to talk about it?

The Kingdom Hearts series has had a very clear timeline, but unlike some series, the games have had a tendency to interweave their stories across games, making it difficult to determine just what was happening at some points, or where a scene would place along the overall timeline of the franchise. Well, worry no longer as GameTrailers.com has released one hell of a well researched hour long video on the official Kingdom Hearts timeline. For fans of the franchise, it’s a great trip down memory lane and for newcomers it can help set the stage on just what the stakes are when Kingdom Hearts III is released for the Xbox One and Playstation 4.

How to Update Pokemon X and Pokemon Y November 5, 2014

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A few days ago, Nintendo released the 1.3 update for Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and are now requiring that users have it installed before they can make use of the games’ online features.

Updating games on the Nintendo 3DS isn’t exactly a straightforward process like on most other consoles. Game updates typically need to be downloaded from the Nintendo eShop, which requires an Internet connection and the most recent 3DS firmware already installed to access it.

Once you have all that taken care of, watch the video below to see how to update your game.

Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are out now for the Nintendo 3DS.