Grand Theft Auto Online Expands Into Import/Export Business Today

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Grand Theft Auto Online Expands Into Import/Export Business Today

Today another massive content drop arrives for Grand Theft Auto Online. The Import/Export expansion builds off the previous Further Adventure of Finance and Felony track, allowing criminal enterprises to expand into car theft to advance their organizations. Stealing cars and bringing them to your HQ to modify and resell them for big money is the name of the game now. 

Your outfit can purchase an executive office garage that can eventually house a whopping 60 vehicles as you add new floors, making them the biggest automotive showrooms in GTA history. Once you own the entry level office garage (which houses 20 cars) you can build an onsite mod shop that gives you access to any customization option you would find at Benny's Motor Works.

All Three BioShock Games Added To Xbox One Backward Compatibility

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All Three BioShock Games Added To Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Three months to the day after the BioShock: The Collection remastered compilation launched on current-gen consoles, Xbox has announced that all three games have been added to Xbox One's backward compatibility offerings. This means that if you own any of the three entries in the acclaimed BioShock series on Xbox 360, you can now play them on your Xbox One for no additional charge.

If you own them on disc, simply insert your disc into your Xbox One's disc tray to begin installation. If you own the games digitally, they should appear in the "Ready to Install" tab on your Xbox One automatically.

If you're trying to decide between using your backward compatible Xbox 360 versions or upgrading to the remastered compilation released in September, The Collection includes BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite, remastered in 1080p and running at 60 frames per second, as well as all of the single-player DLC, including Minerva's Den. The backward compatible versions do allow you to use your DLC you already bought on Xbox 360, but they do not include the visual upgrades included in The Collection.

Evolve Dev Turtle Rock Working On New Co-Op FPS For 2018

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Evolve Dev Turtle Rock Working On New Co-Op FPS For 2018

Evolve and Left 4 Dead developer Turtle Rock has announced that it is working on a new co-op FPS franchise that it plans to release some time in 2018.

Speaking to website Gamesindustry.biz, Phil Robb, Turtle Rock Studios co-founder, said, "We are developing a new franchise set in an all new universe that leverages the style of gameplay our community loves and expects from Turtle Rock Studios. We're focusing on what we do best – heart-pounding moment-to-moment online co-op FPS action."

Steve Goldstein, Turtle Rock president and GM, says the game has a "strong dark fantasy element to it."

Yooka-Laylee Release Date, Pre-Order Toybox & New World Announced

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Yooka-Laylee Release Date, Pre-Order Toybox & New World Announced

Developer Team17 has announced platformer Yooka-Laylee will come out on April 11 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC – but the planned Wii U version won't be coming. Instead, the studio says it's looking to bring the game to the upcoming Switch system from Nintendo.

Pre-orders are now open for digital and physical formats (for non-Kickstarter backers), and if you do pre-order the title you'll get an instant unlock of the game's Toybox, which is a sandbox slice that the developer says is spoiler-free.

In regards to those fans who have have backed the Wii U version, Team17 says they can move their pledge to any of the other versions, including the Switch. For more info regarding the game's release for Kickstarter backers, click the source link below.

Footage From Cancelled Doom Game Shown In Doom Documentary

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Footage From Cancelled Doom Game Shown In Doom Documentary

Before Id Software started developing what would eventually become that read DOOM game that came out earlier this year, there was another stab at DOOM being developed between it and DOOM 3. Trailers and images leaked for that game a couple of years ago, revealing something that looked a lot more like Call of Duty than what gamers tend to associate with DOOM. The project was canned as Id went back to the drawing board.

The latest documentary series by Noclip, headed up by Gamespot alumni Danny O'Dwyer, is called DOOM Resurrected - To Hell & Back. The first episode spends a great deal of time focusing on Id Software's history and the struggles that eventually led to the latest DOOM game. During the course of the documentary, new gameplay footage of the cancelled DOOM game (often called "Call of Doom" by its detractors) is revealed at the 13 minute mark. However, the whole documentary is a pretty fascinating look at not just the cancelled project and 2016's DOOM but also RAGE and DOOM 3 and is definitely worth your time.

You can watch all of DOOM Resurrected - To Hell & Back right here:

[Update] Dota 2's Major '7.00' Patch Is Now Live

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[Update] Dota 2's Major '7.00' Patch Is Now Live

Update 12/12/2016: After a series of micro-patches addressing issues found in the test client, the 6.6GB patch is now live in the main client and available for all to play.

Update 12/11/2016: The full notes for the 7.00 patch, titled "The New Journey" are live now, and there are indeed some massive changes to the game. You can read the full list here, but some of the most important things to make note of are:

The page is currently unstable, but should be readable once more people hope into the game's test client, which updated today. The changes will be on live servers tomorrow.

All The Gen Two Pokémon Discovered In Pokémon Go So Far

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All The Gen Two Pokémon Discovered In Pokémon Go So Far

Earlier today, Niantic droped a small bundle of new Pokémon into its augmented reality app. To date, more than seven new Pokémon. We scoured Twitter to find out who you might be able to hatch from an egg starting today.

Right now, the confirmed new Pokémon are Pichu, Togepi, Igglybuff, Cleffa, Elekid, Magby, and Smoochum.

New glitch in-game allows you to see the baby Pokémon before catching them. Take a look at Smoochum via /u/Dhieno pic.twitter.com/xsEmtwCbCU

Dropbox Adds Easy Video Streaming To Xbox One

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Dropbox Adds Easy Video Streaming To Xbox One

The massive cloud service Dropbox just released an app on Xbox One. This allows players to stream whatever they have (movies, music, photos) on their Dropbox account onto their TV through a interface designed specifically with a controller or media remote in mind.

The app includes the normal features for Dropbox including uploading, sharing, and commenting on files. When Dropbox launched on Roku last summer there were a few restrictions such as only playing movies up to 15 minutes long, that may carry over to this app as well.

If you want to try it out for yourself, you can download Dropbox on Xbox One here. Dropbox said that the app should be available sometime today, though we checked at the time of this writing and it wasn't yet available. This adds to the growing list of streaming services coming to the console.

The Nostalgia Is Strong With This SNES Themed Keyboard

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The Nostalgia Is Strong With This SNES Themed Keyboard

Hyperkin is hoping to play into our love for the 16-bit era with this Super NES-themed mechanical keyboard, and it’s working.

Best known for its Retron series of emulator systems, the hardware manufacturer just announced the Hyper Clack Tactile Mechanical Keyboard, but at $99.99 hopefully the performance will match the style. The keyboard features Gaote Blue tactile switches and is customizable with Cherry MX-compatible keycaps (not included).

[Source: Hyperkin via TheAwesomer]