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Sony Hosting PlayStation VR Next Month; Tomb Raider On PC Thrashes Xbox One; More News! | Games of Our Lives

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/// February 25, 2016 | EPISODE 162

Below are the news stories that may not have made the headlines today but are worth reading!

Gamers never die…..

Just like the Games of Our Lives…


►Mind Zero
►Dead or Alive 5: Last Round
►Rise of the Tomb Raider

/// Mind Zero coming to PC via Steam on March 8!

Aksys Games and Acquire proudly announce that Mind Zero will be released on Steam March 8th, 2016. Mind Zero is an action-packed dungeon-crawler RPG in which you form bonds with a weaponized beings brandishing deadly powers. Shift between present day Japan and a mysterious shadow world as you traverse tricky dungeons and battle insane monsters. With sinister forces hot on your trail, you will need to push yourself to the limits in order to defeat the forces of darkness and liberate the world from evil!
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/// Necropolis Launch Delayed to Summer; PS4 and Xbox One Versions Announced!

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/// Naotora Ii from Samurai Warriors in Dead or Alive 5: Last Round, Coming March 17!

Fan-favourite Samurai Warriors 4 character Naotora Ii joins the battle alongside the triumphant (and completely free) return of the Azuchi castle stage from Dead or Alive 3 on 17th March, and a brand new set of Samurai Warriors-inspired DLC costumes will become available for purchase on 29th March. Fans who purchased the game’s Season Pass 3 will automatically receive all of the Samurai Warriors-inspired content.
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/// Remedy Entertainment Trademarks Alan Wake’s Return!

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/// Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Outsold Xbox One Digital 3:1 in Launch Month!

According to Superdata’s January report, Rise of the Tomb Raider surprised with strong sales in January, thanks to a positive reception and the relatively quiet release schedule.

“Initial sales numbers on digital console for Rise of the Tomb Raider were soft, due to sharing its release date with Fallout 4 and its exclusivity to Xbox One,” CEO Joost van Dreunen said.

“The game sold almost three times as many units on PC than it did on console during its first month.” | Source
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/// Sony is Hosting a PlayStation VR Event Next Month!

/// You’ve Now Reached the End of Games of Our Lives

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