Reader Discussion: The Fall Rush Is Coming To A Close – How Big Is Your Backlog?

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Pretty much all the big games we've been looking forward to all year have released. Have you played everything you wanted? Or is your pile still growing?

I've made sure to spend at least some time with this year's biggest games. I've dabbled in just about everything, but am currently focusing my full efforts on Sunset Overdrive. After that, I think it will be time for Dragon Age: Inquisition – one of the few big games I haven't had a chance to touch at all yet.

How about you? How do you stand on the backlog situation? Is it getting worse? Or can you see the scrolling credits at the end of the tunnel?

Report: Infinity Blade Heading To Xbox One

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Epic co-owner Tencent has announced intentions to bring Infinity Blade to Xbox One.

According to a translated a9vg.com report from Gematsu, the Xbox One version of Infinity Blade will contain nearly all the levels from all three Infinity Blade games that appeared on iOS devices. It will allow for either Kinect or standard controller controls.

Gematsu also reports the game may release under a free-to-play model and is planned for launch in China before February 19, 2015. It's unclear what the timeline plans are for a North American release or if the game will also make its way to PlayStation 4.

Learn How Sega And Jet Set Radio Angered Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown

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A new episode of Did You Know Gaming takes a look at the popular Dreamcast-born series Jet Set Radio.

The episode covers the development of the game and why the team that made Panzer Dragoon wanted to pursue such a wildly different concept. It also covers a promotional even planned the highlight the game's release that was almost shut down by the mayor of San Francisco at the time, Willie Brown.

Jet Set Radio recently saw re-release on last-gen consoles. You can find our re-review of the game by heading here.

PSA: Today Is Your Last Chance For November Xbox Live Games With Gold Titles

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PSA: Today Is Your Last Chance For November Xbox Live Games With Gold Titles

If you're an Xbox Live Gold subscriber, today is the last day to grab your free November games before a new batch of free titles swaps in tomorrow.

On Xbox One, Gold subscribers can grab Volgarr the Viking. On Xbox 360 you can grab Red Faction: Guerrilla (you can find our review of the game here). You can click the links to be taken directly to Xbox.com to download the games remotely. Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise was also free this month, but the window to download that game has unfortunately already closed.

Starting tomorrow, Gold subscribers will be able to download Worms Battlegrounds for Xbox One and The Raven on Xbox 360. Starting December 16, The Raven will swap out for SSX.

See Nearly All Of The Shiny Mega And Primal Evolved Pokémon From Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

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See Nearly All Of The Shiny Mega And Primal Evolved Pokémon From Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

YouTube user MaxEzzy has put together a video collecting shiny versions of rare Pokémon in their Mega Evolved forms.

It's not a complete collection. You won’t see a shiny Diance (just a regular one) also Garchomp and and Lucario are also missing, but pretty much everyone else is present. You can check out the video below.

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Reader Discussion – What Did You Pick Up On Black Friday?

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Yesterday saw a number of really great video game deals online and in crowded stores. Did you grab anything?

Did you grab anything from our what should you buy on Black Friday feature? Did you find some amazing deals? Or did you just happen to pay normal price for a game you've been looking forward to yesterday?

I ventured out into the world yesterday afternoon, after things had died down, and grabbed a cheap second PlayStation 4 controller and a copy of Fargo on Blu-ray for cheap, but was otherwise very conservative with my shopping. How about you?

Mighty Gunvolt DLC Adding New Bosses And Stages

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The 8-bit, Mega Man-inspired platformer featuring Azure Striker Gunvolt, Mighty No. 9, and Galgun characters is getting new stages and bosses.

The DLC includes four new stages and four new bosses. Two of the stages and bosses are inspired by Mighty No. 9 bosses, Mighty No. 1 and Mighty No. 7. The other stages and bosses include a Mr. Happiness stage and boss from Galgun, and an Elise stage and boss, who appeared in Azure Striker Gunvolt.

Mighty Gunvolt was offered for free to Azure Striker Gunvolt downloaders within the first three months of release. The game released August 29, so today marks the final day to take advantage of that deal. To buy the game independently of Azure Striker Gunvolt is $3.99 on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The DLC, which does not currently have a release date, will be $2.99.

The First Episode Of Razer's Great Games eSports Documentary Is Online

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The first episode of Razer's documentary, Team Razer: Great Games, produced to showcase professional eSports to a wider audience, is online.

The first episode below focuses on StarCraft II and its Brood War expansion. Future episodes will focus on games like Dota 2 and League of Legends.

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Learn How Pikmin, Will Wright, And M.C. Escher Snuck Into Zelda Games

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Learn How Pikmin, Will Wright, And M.C. Escher Snuck Into Zelda Games

The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming uncovers more about the Zelda series.

In the video you will find out M.C. Escher's piece, Another World, likely inspired a dungeon in Twilight Princess, where Pikmin references show up in Wind Waker and Minish Cap, and how Will Wright (creator of SimCity and The Sims) technically had a cameo in Link's Awakening. You will also learn some details about the development of the infamous Zelda games that released for the Phillips CD-i.

For the fourth part of Did You Know Gaming's continuing Zelda series of videos, head here.