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Sony and Microsoft are currently being targeted for cyber-terrorism in the name of a the "PC master race". As ridiculous as this sounds, it is very real and the attacks have thus far allegedly compromised personal information from the datacenter of Sony Computer Entertainment.

The PlayStation Network is currently down to due a bombardment of DDoS attacks. Hacker group, Lizard Crew, boast about how they took the PlayStation Network down.

Xbox One owners are still left in the dark with any news on a No Man's Sky release. All evidence suggests that Gamescom will finally give gamers the answer they deserve, but might not necessarily want.
We are glad that All Tomorrow's Parties, a music festival that is hosted in Iceland and the United Kingdom, is being hosted yet again in Iceland. Last year we sent our senior music editor to cover the festival and he got to experience a rather sexual and intimate moment with folk-legend Nick Cave.

Bungie's upcoming "shared-world" shooter; Destiny, just recieved a brand new game play video that shows the game in action. A team of three players fight their way into "the Devil's Lair", and take on the hostile Fallen. The game play has that undeniable Bungie atmosphere to it that we came to know and love in their Halo games, in everything from the soundtrack (composed by long-time Bungie collaborator Martin O'Donnell), to character designs and action itself. Check out the game play in the video below 

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