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Wait, What? Next ‘Battlefield’ Game Goes Cops vs. Criminals With ‘Hardline’
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Battlefield: Hardline

A recent leak seemed to indicate that the next game in Electronic Arts’ Battlefield franchise would be straying from the realms of military conflict and entering some kind of much smaller cops and robbers territory, to put it simply.

This has now been confirmed with the unveiling of an official website for Battlefield: Hardline. Unlike other entries in the series, however, it sounds as if the newest game will offer its single player campaign in episodic fashion in addition to the expected multiplayer options. It’s said to be somewhat along the same lines as the FX series The Shield as far as the characters and action goes.

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Video Game Deal: ‘Battlefield’ Downloads As Low As $5
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Battlefield 3

Amazon is running a deal with week where you can get Battlefield game downloads for as low as $5 each (and up to 75% off!), including Battlefield 3, Battlefield Heroes Starter Packs, Battlefield Bad Company 2, and more.

Battlefield Bad Company 2 – $4.99
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam – Expansion – $4.99
Battlefield 2 Complete Collection – $4.99
Battlefield 3 – $29.99

That’s just a few of the items on sale; there’s also a few Army Starter Packs for 33% off.

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‘Crysis 2’ Is Most Pirated Game Of 2011; ‘Fast Five’ Tops Movies
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Crysis 2

TorrentFreak has released a rundown of the most pirated video games and movies of 2011.

Topping the list of games is the PC version of German developer Crytek’s hit sequel Crysis 2 with 3.92 million downloads, which is something of a surprise considering how many huge titles were released last year. It was followed by a much more expected name in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which was downloaded 3.65 million times for the PC. Battlefield 3, FIFA 12, and Portal 2 rounded out the PC list.

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Video Game Deal: ‘Battlefield 3’
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Battlefield 3

The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is Battlefield 3 for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, or Download for only $34.99 each (that’s 42% off the list price of $59.95).

Note – this deal is only for today, Saturday, December 25, 2011 until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.

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19 Days of Video Game Deals – Day 17: EA Action Games
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Crysis 2

Amazon is running a 19 Days of Deals sale on video games this month, with today’s entry being EA Action Day, where you can save up to 33% on select video games and 40% on game downloads like like, Crysis 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3, and Need for Speed: The Run.

Here’s a sample of some of the sale items:

Crysis 2
PS3 – $28.81 | Xbox 360, PC, PC Download – $29.99

Battlefield Bad Company 2 – Ultimate Edition
Xbox 360 & PS3 – $29.99 | PC Download – $9.99

Battlefield 3
Xbox 360, PS3, PC, PC Download – $45.66

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Deal: Free Xbox LIVE 3 Month Membership With Xbox 360 4GB Console with Battlefield 3
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Xbox 360 deal

The video game deal of the day over at Amazon today is a FREE Xbox LIVE 3 Month Gold Membership when you purchase an Xbox 360 4GB Console along with the Battlefield 3 video game.

Add all three items to your cart and the discount will be reflected during checkout:

Xbox 360 4GB Console
Battlefield 3 for Xbox 360
30Month Xbox 360 Live Subscription Gold Card

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‘Modern Warfare 3’ Shoots ‘Battlefield 3’ Feud Dead With Record-Setting $400 Million First Day
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Modern Warfare 3

Despite much drama and what looked like a significant potential fanbase loss, Activision has done it again, breaking the day-one video game release record for the third consecutive year with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

In its first 24 hours the game sold 6.5 million copies (including its record-breaking pre-orders), which equals out to $400 million. That breaks last year’s record of $360 million set by Call of Duty: Black Ops, and the prior year’s record of $310 million set by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

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Video Game Deal: Buy 2, Get 1 Free
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Part of this week’s video game deal over at Amazon this week is a Buy Two, Get One Free sale.

Purchase 2 qualifying video games from the sale items and get a third game from the list for FREE. Some of the games includes are Batman: Arkham City, Battlefield 3, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, Gears of War 3, New Super Mario Bros., and much more.

Note – this deal is valid only for this week until 11:59pm PST on Saturday, November 5, 2011.

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Pre-Order ‘Battlefield 3’, Get $20 Promotional Credit
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Battlefield 3

Amazon is currently offering a $20 credit towards the future purchase of a video game after you pre-order the video game Battlefield 3 – Limited Edition for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

Also, with the pre-order of the Xbox 360, PS3, or PC versions, you’ll receive an Amazon exclusive Dog Tag Pack as well as the Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand expansion pack for free.

See details below for the PC Download, which you can Pre-Load right now so you can play the game immediately upon release at midnight on October 25, 2011.

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E3 2011: ‘Modern Warfare 3’ VS. ‘Battlefield 3’ … Which Will YOU Play?
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For those of you who don’t know, Activision’s Call of Duty video game franchise has been the top dog when it comes to warfare and especially when it comes to online (non-MMO) multiplayer action for a long while now. But after they forced out many of the top talent they had working for them at Infinity Ward, most fans were angered by the harsh, overdramatic tactics used in basically just “firing” these gentlemen, and confidence in how good the next chapter in their ultra-popular series, Modern Warfare 3, would end up being.

As all of that drama was playing out, DICE was busy making a game titled Battlefield 3 for EA using the new Frostbite 2 engine. And when a demo of how the game looked showed up, many bitter Call of Duty fans seemed ready to jump ship without a second thought…especially with rumors of Activision starting to charge people to play online. We eventually found out that the new pay service was simply an added bonus for those who wanted to get it, and that everyone could continue playing online as they have been…but is it too late already?

Both titles are being shown off in-depth at this year’s E3 convention, so all we can do is watch and see which way we’re leaning. You can see video “arguments” for both games below—watch them and share who you plan on playing come this fall! Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3…who will it be?

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