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Guild Wars 2 launches Entanglement today

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Guild Wars 2 fans, prepare yourselves for some tangly living world action today as ArenaNet launches Entanglement, episode two of the ongoing second season of the game’s story content. Players will continue the established plot arc that has them joining a now-familiar cast of NPCs in the newly opened zone in the Maguuma Wastes.

The lethal, fast-growing vines that have plagued the Brisban Wildlands have begun to spread. Word reaches you of trouble in the town of Prosperity, where the asuran prodigy Taimi was left alone to research the threat. Get back to Prosperity, meet up with Braham, and check in on Taimi. […] There are secrets hidden within the newly revealed area of Dry Top, just waiting to be discovered. Learn more about the mysterious denizens lurking beyond Prospect Valley and come face-to-face with never-before-seen foes. Follow the trail you picked up in the last release and continue your search for the ley line hub. Stay wary! In Dry Top, danger and discovery go hand in hand.

Don’t forget that if you can’t play the episode in the next two weeks, you can log into the game and save the episode for a later date.

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UbiSoft has shipped 8 Million Copies of Watch Dogs

Ubisoft has shipped 8 million copies of Watch Dogs, the company announced in an investor’s call today, significantly boosting its sales this fiscal year.

Watch Dogs broke records following its release, with 4 million copies sold in its first week, making it the best-selling new franchise launch in history. Ubisoft said that its $490 million first quarter fiscal sales increased 374 percent form last year’s $103 million. This exceeded the company’s goal of $422 million for the quarter, with strong growth in the digital sector as well –– 14 percent of Watch Dog’s sales were digital, with a slight lean toward Xbox One.

Despite early issues with PC versions of Watch Dogs, the game sold somewhere between 10-12 percent of its total copies on the platform, Ubisoft said. These, along with console sales, bode well for the publisher’s tax future.

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Destiny reveals beta dates, expansion pass, and special edition pricing

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It’s open war across the cosmos, and your wallets look to be the first casualty in Destiny’s interplanetary conflict. Bungie announced today that it will be pre-selling two DLC packs and revealed the contents of its special editions. The studio also said that the PlayStation beta will start on July 17th, with the Xbox beta kicking off a week later on July 23rd.

Despite the name, the Destiny Expansion Pass isn’t for full-fledged expansions but for the first couple of post-launch content additions. The first pack, The Dark Below, will explore an ancient tomb underneath the Moon’s surface. Bungie is promising exclusive PlayStation content for both expansion packs. Players can buy the expansion pass for $34.99 or individual packs for $19.99 apiece.

Alternatively, thrifty Destiny fans can pick up one of the special editions that come with the two DLC packs included. These packages include the Digital Guardian Edition ($89.99), the Limited Edition ($99.99), and the Ghost Edition ($149.99). While the editions each contain a different mix of goodies, by pre-ordering any of them players will have early access to weapons, gear, and emblems.

Bungie also released the official beta trailer, which you can watch after the break.

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Happy Independence Day 2014 [July 4th]

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I decided to take a little time off from work today and get in a little Bar-B-Q type of food, some gaming and some movie time and I am going to check out some of the local Fireworks, before the the weekend is upon us all.

Everyone have a fantabulous fourth.

Thanks David Despau

BATMAN: THE COMPLETE TV Series Coming to Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Download November 2014

Batman: The Complete Series is coming home after a mere half-century wait. Announced last year as receiving a home edition, new details were released today by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, including the November 2014 timeframe. The series will come to Blu-ray, DVD, and in HD Digital Download, the company announced, finally clarifying formats.

All 120 episodes of the series are included in the collection (plus special features), and they’ve been fully remastered in high definition for the release.

In addition, to celebrate the release, WB is holding a panel centered on the series with Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar all in attendance at Comic-Con International: San Diego. The panel will be held Thursday, July 24 from 6:00-7:00pm in Hall H, and will include looks at the special features, more details on the project, and a Q&A with the actors who played Batman, Robin, and Catwoman on the show.