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The ‘Daily Limit’ is a feature that we publish at the end of each day, containing the day’s interesting articles from around the web. The Daily Limit is short, to the point and pretty much just links.

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Rumour Limit: Bioshock 2
By: | March 13th, 2009

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With more and more news concerning Bioshock 2 floating around every day, Deeko have gathered the best “leaked information” and “rumours”. This is information apparently being released in the April Edition of Game Informer. Read on for details.

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Advisor to Gordon Brown on knife crime

Advisor to Gordon Brown on knife crime

Father Of Murdered Schoolchild, Damilola Taylor, Calls For Higher Tax On Violent Games. Once again we find ourselves between the two stools of empathetic understanding and wanting to give someone a good hard slap in Blighty this week, as a sympathetic nation watches a knee jerk reaction runs head-long into kicking commonsense.

In a move that would have had a blind man saying ‘I know, Shep’ as his seeing-eye-dog warned of its approach, the video game sector has once again been hauled up before the condemning eyes of the moral majority and flung prostrate upon the mercies of an audience no judge would listen to anyway.

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The ‘Daily Limit’ is a feature that we publish at the end of each day, containing the day’s interesting articles from around the web. The Daily Limit is short, to the point and pretty much just links.

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Online Gaming; Fun Killer?
By: | March 12th, 2009

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From the NES to the PS2 multiplayer has been a big factor in gaming. The N64 doubled that with 4 controllers ports, allowing up to 4 friends to play each other at the same time. Games like Goldeneye and Super Smash Bro’s were an instant hit. The Dreamcast also sported 4 ports and the PlayStation 2 had a multi-tap to increase the amount of players allowed to participate in a game. But what happened to friends all huddled around one television, laughing and smiling? The answer lies in one word; online.

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Today Eidos revealed what appears to be the final box art for the Arkham Asylum game. The game is a 3rd person action game that pits the Dark knight against the residents of Arkham, including big baddies like the Joker and the Mr. Freeze.

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The ‘Daily Limit’ is a feature that we publish at the end of each day, containing the day’s interesting articles from around the web. The Daily Limit is short, to the point and pretty much just links.

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Thanks to a tip from one of our community users, it seems like Resident Evil is adding some competitive modes in addition to the friendly “Mercenaries” game. 2v2 Competitive play in a Resident Evil? Yes please! So far it’s only been confirmed for the PS3, but something tells me it will be announced for both soon (Thanks to Basic Elite).

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Left 4 Dead Birthday Cake
By: | March 10th, 2009

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Quite possibly the scariest and most awesome cake I’ve ever seen.

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Bioshock 2 Site Update
By: | March 8th, 2009

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Just days ago we informed you of a teaser site for the upcoming Bioshock 2: Sea of Dreams. Well it looks like we’re gonna have to keep an eye on it, because there’s a few new items to be found.

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News about Resident Evil has been spreading like the T-Virus lately, and I couldn’t be happier to spread it further.  Upon being prodded at a Toronto event about the likelihood of Resident Evil 5 making an appearance on Nintendo’s console, Capcom’s Matt Dahlgren responded, “It was made for the Xbox 360 and PS3.  That being said, Nintendo Wii fans will be very happy very soon.”

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GameFly makes like Red Box
By: | March 5th, 2009

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So you know how you can go to one of those Red Box kiosks and rent a movie for a buck?  Well now Gamefly is letting you do the same thing for PS3/ 360 games at $2.49 and Wii games at $1.99 a day.  Looks like someone is trying to give the brick and mortor rental stores a run for their $9-a-rental money.

The first locations to receive these kiosks are college campuses.  I guess GameFly knows who can’t afford purchasing games brand new.

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