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Over the past year, there has been a massive controversy surrounding the existence of randomized loot boxes in video games. Whether or not loot boxes should be classified as gambling has been a hotly disputed topic, and in recent months certain types of loot boxes were made illegal in the Netherlands and Belgium. EA has decided this law doesn't apply to them.

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Xbox Games With Gold is bringing in an all-star lineup for August. Four free games will be available for those with an Xbox Live Gold subscription—two for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360. Additionally, Microsoft has a little deal available for those who don't currently have their own Xbox Live Gold subscription.

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Gearbox's Aliens: Colonial Marines released in 2013 to infamously bad reviews. Despite a very promising demo at E3, the game ultimately released with low-quality graphics and terrible enemy AI. But just a few days ago, it was discovered that a number of the problems with the game's wonky AI were caused by a single typo in the coding. Because of this, Gearbox has found a way to make sure this never happens again: opening a totally real and certainly not at all fake copy editor position.

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Have you ever thought that there are just too many darn ports of Skyrim? I know I have, and I bet Bethesda has too. Heck, they made a whole trailer making fun of how many times they've released the game. But they immediately went on to make that joke trailer a reality. So are we finally done seeing Skyrim ports every year? Is Bethesda finally going to stop cashing in on their most popular title? It's hard to say for sure. But if you want the company to stop, you may not want to buy any more copies.

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Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference has come to an end. Alongside new looks at Beyond Good & Evil 2 and The Division 2, we also got to learn a ton of new information about The Division 2 and Assassin's Creed Odyssey! Plus, this day and this E3 have just begun, so we've got plenty more time to see additional Ubisoft news come out of other conferences and the week's streams. But in case you missed anything and want to stay up-to-date before E3 continues onward, we've gathered all the latest Ubisoft news right here.

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Ubisoft certainly started their E3 conference in an...interesting manner. Things kicked off with a person in a panda suit dancing around in the streets, soon after joined by multiple dance partners (one of whom was even an alien) to unveil the next Just Dance, Just Dance 2019. While they provided no additional details in the conference itself, a tweet from the official Just Dance Twitter account has revealed a number of platforms for the new game—including some rather old ones.

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Calling Grand Theft Auto V a success would be one of the biggest understatements possible in the video game industry. Rockstar's latest iteration on the popular open world franchise has been on the market for nearly five years, and it's still consistently among the top sellers each month in many countries, and especially in the United States. As it continues to sell by the millions years after launch, Grand Theft Auto V is coming up on a major milestone at lightning speed.

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Everybody has one special game in their life that they consider the pinnacle of perfection. It's the one thing you can always go back to that stands out above the rest. You never grow tired of it, and it always puts a smile on your face. You're often willing to look past all of its flaws because it had such a powerful impact on you as a person.

Which title do you always find yourself coming back to, despite its flaws? Even though you're aware it's not the best game in the world, what game are you willing to throw out their as the most important in your life?

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I know what some of you are thinking. "Why would you ever listen to music when you can enjoy the lovely soundtracks video games have to offer?" That's a fair point, and I used to agree with that. But there's a certain point when I can't stand the constant "wahoo!" of Mario Kart or the boring ambient sounds of League of Legends. I need something fresh. I need something that gets me pumped.

What about you? What kind of music do you listen to when playing video games? Hit the jump and let us know in the comments!

Yacht Club Games passed a rather large milestone for any indie developer recently, surpassing 2 million total sales with their hit game Shovel Knight. The developers have provided data that shows which platform the game sold the most on and what region it was most popular in.

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Today's Inside Xbox livestream was a good day for Microsoft mavericks, and all the more so for Xbox One X owners, as a slate of classic Xbox 360 titles are getting the X-Enhanced treatment. This tangible performance upgrade to older software comes with improvements such as heightened framerate stability and higher definition resolution, effectively making last-gen games look like new.

To see if your favorites from yesteryear made the Xbox One X Enhanced cut, hit after the jump!

Saying Grand Theft Auto V is a big hit would be the understatement of the century. The latest entry in Rockstar's flagship series has sold an incredible 90 million copies worldwide since its launch 2013. It's still a hot title to this day, pulling in another 15 million sales in 2017 alone. Add in Grand Theft Auto Online and its in-game purchases, and you're looking at the most lucrative singular media property of all time.

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FromSoftware's Dark Souls was one of the biggest games of the last generation, and soon it will see new life on modern platforms. Dark Souls Remastered drops on May 25th, but is it an upgrade worth your money? Digital Foundry went hands-on with the remaster on PlayStation 4 Pro, and they've provided an excellent graphical and performance comparison between that version and the original on Xbox 360.

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Way back in 2013, Lindsay Lohan announced her intention to sue Rockstar Games and publisher Take-Two Interactive over what she believed to be an unlicensed use of her likeness. The suit was officially filed in 2014 and eventually made its way to New York's Supreme Court where it was allowed to move forward but was later tossed out. It's been a year and a half since then, and Lohan continues to fight.

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It's the end of March, which can only mean one thing for Xbox gamers—the reveal of next month's Games With Gold lineup! This time around, Microsoft is swinging for the fences as the release schedule is one of the best ones I can remember. As usual, the lineup includes two Xbox One titles and two Xbox 360 titles for free, though you need an active Xbox Live Gold membership to claim them.

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