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    League of Legends adds email verification

    By GameSpot,



    League of Legends developer Riot Games announced on its official website that it now requires email verification on any and all account credential changes.


    Once you activate email verification, the system will message your verified email whenever a change has been made to your account. This way, you'll be notified immediately about any suspicious activity on you account.


    To say thanks to players, Riot is also offering a 4-win Influence Points boost to everyone that establishes a verified email account.


    To activate email verification simply head to leagueoflegends.com, sign in, click on your summoner name, and follow the prompts.


    Riot says that this is just the first of many other security feature it's looking into to keep players' account details safe, indicating that SMS protection might be coming soon as well.


    Source: GameSpot

    Oculus Rift vs. Sony's HMZ-T3Q - CES 2014

    By GameSpot,

    Justin Haywald lays down the truth about Sony's VR headset and how it stacks up against the Oculus Rift.


    Source: GameSpot

    Quake Live gets standalone client

    By GameSpot,



    Bethesda today announced that Quake Live is getting a standalone client. Rather than playing the game through their web-browsers, players will now have to download and install a standalone client, which they will use to launch the game.


    Certain functions will remain available on quakelive.com, allowing players to manage account settings, view profiles, manage clans, and even launch Pro matches, but all players will need to download the standalone client. Third-party standalone clients are no longer compatible with Quake Live following this transition.


    Sadly, switching to a standalone client also means that players with Linux and Mac operating systems will no longer be able to run the game. Bethesda says that testers have managed to make Quake Live work through emulation or visualization software, but that it's unable to support native Mac and Linux versions.


    Players who subscribe to Premium Pro Quake Live but don't meet the operating system requirement should contact Customer support via the Support Link or [email protected].


    Quake Live, which launched in 2010, is essentially a port of the 1996 PC Game Quake III Arena. It's ability to run on most web-browsers was a big selling point at the time.


    Source: GameSpot

    Slender: The Arrival coming to consoles, Double Dragon: Neon coming to Steam

    By GameSpot,



    Midnight City, Majesco's indie games publishing subsidiary, has announced that horror game Slender: The Arrival, previously available only on PC, is coming to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network in the first quarter of 2014.


    It also announced that the remake of the classic beat'em up Double Dragon: Neon, previously available only on consoles, will be released on Steam soon. The colorful driving and flying racer Krautscape, which up until now was up on Steam Greenlight, will also release on Steam during Q1 2014, Midnight City said.


    The console version of Slender: The Arrival will add two new flashback levels that will unlock after completing the game. The PC version of Double Dragon: Neon will add an online cooperative mode.


    Midnight City didn't announce specific release dates, but said that each game will cost $10.


    In the mean time, you can read our reviews of Double Dragon: Neon for consoles, and Slender: The Arrival's PC version.


    Source: GameSpot

    Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week - Navi and the Adorable Followers

    By GameSpot,

    Top 5 Skyrim Mods takes a visit to Australia! Join Seb Ford and Jess McDonell as they find adorable and occasionally annoying followers for Kevin VanNord to take on his adventures.


    Source: GameSpot

    Call of Duty: Ghosts promotional poster reveals DLC headed to Xbox Live Jan. 28

    By GameSpot,




    A promotional poster for Call of Duty: Ghosts' first DLC pack, Onslaught, shows it will release on Xbox Live Jan. 28, adding four new maps, a new weapon, and the first new episode of its Extinction mode.


    Twitter user @SeiousSix2010, who posted the image, says he found it at his local GameStop.


    The four maps are titled Fog, Bayview, Containment, and ignition. Nightfall will be the first of four new episodes in the game's cooperative Extinction mode. At this time, it's unclear whether the "Maverick AR & Sniper Rifle" shown in the poster refers to one or two weapons.


    Onslaught is the first of four DLC packs Activision included in the game's season pass, with Devastation, Invasion, and Nemesis still to come this year (together they spell O.D.I.N, the name of the space station that is central to the game's plot).


    For more on the game, check out GameSpot's Call of Duty: Ghosts review.


    Source: GameSpot

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