PSA: WB Interactive Offers Workaround For Mortal Kombat X Error CE-34878-0 On PlayStation 4

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PSA: WB Interactive Offers Workaround For Mortal Kombat X Error CE-34878-0 On PlayStation 4

Players are reporting an issue when trying to play their digital copies of Mortal Kombat X while signed online on PlayStation 4. Warner Bros. Interactive has offered a temporary workaround while, "the developers work on a permanent solution."

You can find full details of the workaround by heading here. Basically, if you're having problems playing Mortal Kombat X while signed into PSN on PlayStation 4, you will want to sign out, start the game, and then sign back in once you reach Mortal Kombat X's main menu.

It's unclear exactly what is causing this problem, but Warner Bros. Interactive is aware of the issue and is working on a permanent solution. It is explicit in this post that this is just a temporary measure to keep PlayStation 4 players playing the game.

Guitar Hero Live's GHTV To Feature 'Hundreds' Of Songs At Launch

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Activision's senior director of product management Tyler Michaud recently spoke with us about GHTV, the playable music video network that is set to be continually updated throughout the game's life. When asked how many songs would be made available on the game, Michaud wouldn't go into specifics, but he did give us a ballpark of what to expect in terms of the number of songs available when players play the game for the first time this fall.

"At a minimum, there will be hundreds at launch on day one in GHTV alone," he says.

Guitar Hero Live is coming this fall on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and select mobile devices. The game, which is being developed by DJ Hero devs FreeStyleGames, features a reworked guitar peripheral as well as an approach that includes a live-action backdrop behind the note highway. To learn more about this upcoming rebirth of the Guitar Hero franchise, head over to our coverage of the announcement.

Journey Getting Physical Release For PlayStation 4, Arrives This Summer

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There is still no exact release date, but developer Thatgamecompany revealed Journey will release on PlayStation 4 this summer, and will be available on a retail disc.

Included on that disc will be PlayStation 4 versions of two of Thatgamecompany's other games, Flow and Flower. Those two games are already available on the PlayStation 4, so their inclusion is a nice little bonus.

Good news everyone! #JourneyPS4 will be released on disc, along with #flOwPS4 and #FlowerPS4 this summer! http://t.co/czn8Cd7coF @digitalspy

Donkey Kong 64 Now Available On Wii U Virtual Console

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Donkey Kong 64 Now Available On Wii U Virtual Console

Donkey Kong 64, Rare's collect-a-thon platformer, is now available on the Wii U's Virtual Console.

Announced during Nintendo's most recent Direct presentation, you can grab the game now for $9.99 on the Wii U. This and Super Mario 64 are among the first of the Wii U initiative to release Nintendo 64 games on the Wii U's Virtual Console.

We played the game on Replay back in 2012, and you can check out the episode below. At the time we released this episode, we were in the middle of a heated debate about which was the best Nintendo 64-era platformer: Super Mario 64, Banjo-Kazooie, or Donkey Kong 64.

Star Wars: Battlefront's Designer Dishes Some Fresh Details

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Star Wars: Battlefront's Designer Dishes Some Fresh Details

You've seen the trailer, but you still have questions about Star Wars: Battlefront. Fortunately, design director Niklas Fegraeus has opened a Q&A forum through his Twitter. Check out this freeform info rundown about one of the most hotly anticipated shooters of the year.

Here's a selection of some of the most interesting details about Star Wars: Battlefront, according to Niklas Fegraeus. Get more info by checking out Fegraeus twitter account: @DICEfigge). And don't forget to watch the trailer, here.

Yes, there will be plenty of things to unlock, achieve and collect. More on this will be revealed at a later date! https://t.co/m0jHS9ftP2

Exclusive: Preview Of Sub-Zero’s Origin Story In Mortal Kombat X Comic

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The Mortal Kombat franchise has a surprising amount of story for a fighting game. The background of events to the Mortal Kombat X game is detailed in a recent DC Comic based on the game. Chapter 16 details the secret origin of Sub Zero.

In Shawn Kittelsen's Mortal Kombat X, readers will find out what happened to bring an end to the quiet that the champions of Earthrealm fought for during the inter-dimensional war. Our news editor Mike Futter didn't love the book, but you can snag the first issue of this digital series for free and see if it's right for you, but you should definitely play the game first. Read the first four pages below.

The full chapter will be available on Sunday via the DC Comics App and other digital comics apps such as comiXology, Google Play, and Kindle Store.

Weekend Warrior 4/17/2015

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This weekend nearly everyone is invested with Bloodborne and many are making huge progress in the game. Others are continuing with recent games such as Axiom Verge, Ori and the Blind Forest, and Box Boy! What games are you playing this weekend? Be sure to share in the comments below!

Joe Juba (@Joejuba): I'm approaching the home stretch in Bloodborne (I think), so I'm hoping to finish that off and maybe dip my toes into some New Game+. I've also been meaning to start Pillar of Eternity, but the sheer size (and necessary time investment) can be daunting. Maybe with Bloodborne off my plate, I'll finally get a chance to see what all the fuss is about.

Andrew Reiner (@Andrew_Reiner): I'm hanging out with a bunch of stormtroopers at Star Wars Celebration. I'll probably empty most of my savings account on Star Wars toys and glossy, autographed photos of Ewoks. I'm not making that last part up; I'm collecting Ewok autographs.

Watch A Good Version Of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

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Watch A Good Version Of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

Mad Max. Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Avengers: Age of Ultron. Terminator Genisys. Ant Man. There seems to be no shortage of awesome action movie trailers lately. You can add Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to that list. The first trailer for the 2016 film is officially out.

You might have already caught this trailer when it first leaked, but it's worth watching again now that the official version is out.

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Borderlands Head Leaves Gearbox?

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Matthew Armstrong, creator and franchise director of Borderlands, has left Gearbox according to tweets from his account today.

Armstrong is credited as game design director and as a writer on the first Borderlands and is included on the "Gearbox Software is" list for Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel when the company went for more generic credits. Today he tweeted that he has left the company.

Things changed. No longer working at @GearboxSoftware. I will always love Gearbox, but it's adventure time.

Check Out Some Of The Props From Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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Check Out Some Of The Props From Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Most of the notable spectacles or events at Star Wars Celebration come with lengthy lines. Just getting into the store to buy a shirt can take over an hour. Seeing Star Wars: Battlefront requires people stand in line for over two hours. I expected a similar, if not longer, line for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens exhibit, which lets fans get up close and personal with costumes and props from the film, including Kylo Ren's lightsaber. Since this exhibit is on the second floor of the convention center, I don't think most people know about it. The wait was only 20 minutes long.

I don't think I need to say this, but SPOILERS abound. Here are crude snapshots of everything in the exhibit:

A model of the Resistance (not Rebel Alliance) X-Wing fighter