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The Last of Us to introduce new difficulty mode -- It's the "hardest challenge you'll ever face"

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Rabu, 16 April 2014 | 23.37

Naughty Dog today announced the Grounded Bundle for PlayStation 3 action game The Last Us. It is the third and final expansion coming to The Last of Us as part of the game's $20 season pass, and it includes new additions for the game's single- and multiplayer modes.

First, the Grounded Bundle includes a new extra-hard single-player difficulty option called "Grounded Mode." This mode represents the "hardest challenge you'll ever face," Naughty Dog says.

"The AI is relentless, smart, and brutal, and survival will be near impossible," Naughty Dog said in a statement. You'll earn the Trophy "Completed Grounded Mode" if you're able to finish the game on the new difficulty slider. It just could be one of the most difficult Trophies you'll ever earn, Naughty Dog said.

The Grounded Mode for The Last of Us is included with the DLC pass, and you can buy it separately for $5.

The Grounded Bundle for The Last of Us also includes the Reclaimed Territories Map Pack, which introduces four new maps: Wharf, Capitol, Coal Mine, and Water Tower. Each map, based on an area from the single-player campaign, has six trophies to earn. Non-season pass holders can buy the content for $10.

New guns and survival skills also come along with the Grounded Bundle. The Survivalist Weapon Bundle adds four weapons: Specter, Double Barrel, Enforcer, and Launcher. If you don't have a Last of Us season pass, this pack will cost you $6. Two new Survival Skills Bundles (Situational Survival Skills and Professional Survival Skills) are also included with the pass and cost $4 each if purchased separately.

Lastly, all players will receive a new gun--the Full-Auto Rifle--as a free download. Naughty Dog describes the gun as "very easy to use," and therefore aimed at The Last of Us newcomers and seasoned veterans alike.

You can read more about the Grounded Bundle for The Last of Us at the PlayStation Blog. Naughty Dog will also host a special Twitch live-stream of the new DLC on April 24 at 12 noon PDT, though it's unclear when the DLC will actually be released. Previously released The Last of Us DLC includes the Abandoned Territories map pack and the Left Behind single-player expansion.

The DLC season pass for The Last of Us will be available for a period of four more weeks. After the week of May 13, it will vanish and you'll have to pay full price for all the game's DLC, Naughty Dog said.

Naughty Dog is currently working on The Last of Us Remastered for the PlayStation 4, which includes previously released DLC. The company is also heads-down in production on a new Uncharted game for the PS4.

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Trials Fusion - Video Review

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Xbox One version of Trials Fusion gets day-one patch that improves resolution to 900p

Ubisoft's bike-racing platformer Trials Fusion launched today and though it doesn't run in 1080p on Xbox One like it does on the PlayStation 4, gamers will notice a visual improvement when they download its launch-day patch for Microsoft's console. The day-one update for Xbox One improves the game's native resolution from 800p to 900p, Ubisoft announced today.

As was previously announced, both the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Trials Fusion run at 60fps.

Trials Fusion is available today across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PS4, while the PC version is coming next week. All versions received a day-one patch that addresses Track Central and Leaderboard issues. The update also fixes a problem where replays were not in sync.

Developed by the Ubisoft-owned studio RedLynx, a digital copy of Trials Fusion is $20, while physical versions that include a DLC pass and bonus unlockable items are available at retailers for $40. For more on Trials Fusion, check out GameSpot's review.

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Square Enix: DRM is a necessary part of doing business and it's here to stay

In a new interview with TorrentFreak, a Square Enix business manager explains that anti-piracy measures like digital rights management (DRM) systems are a necessary part of doing business and are not expected to go away anytime soon.

"The primary benefit [of DRM] to us is the same as with any business: profit," Square Enix senior manager of business and legal affairs Adam Sullivan said. "We have a well-known reputation for being very protective of our IPs, which does deter many would-be pirates. However, effectiveness is notoriously difficult to measure--in short, we rely on the data available to us through our sales team and various vendors, along with consumer feedback."

"The key to DRM is that it can't interfere with the customer's ability to play the game"

Many gamers have rallied against DRM, saying such measures negatively affect their experiences. The Witcher studio CD Projekt Red is one of the most vocal opponents of DRM and even operates its own DRM-free digital storefront called GOG. Sullivan explained that DRM must be employed in such a way that it does not have a detrimental impact on the player's experience.

"The key to DRM is that it can't interfere with the customer's ability to play the game," he said. "It's not uncommon for people to get a new computer every few years, or to have multiple computers. Sometimes they don't have reliable Internet connections. There's no perfect solution yet."

Though there has been considerable backlash to some DRM practices, Sullivan said he believes such anti-piracy measures are more than likely here to say. "This depends on your definition of DRM, but generally yes--I think DRM will be essential for the foreseeable future," he said.

Sullivan went on to say that some believed the rise in free-to-play would "be the death of DRM" because why would anyone try to crack a free game? But such attacks have taken place, and as a result, some model of DRM will be necessary in the future, he said.

"So long as we're concerned about things like data privacy, accounting sharing, and hacking, we'll need some form of DRM," Sullivan said.

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The Evil Within - It Will Live Gameplay Trailer

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Is EA's MOBA Dawngate a worthy competitor to League of Legends? You can play it today and decide for yourself

Electronic Arts has announced that its upcoming MOBA Dawngate has entered open beta, allowing anyone to try out the Battlefield publisher's competitor to massively popular free-to-play games League of Legends and DOTA 2.

You can join the beta today by registering at the game's website. Of course, the version of Dawngate you'll get to play is an in-development, non-final build.

Dawngate will also be playable this week at PAX East on the show floor April 11-13. Developer Waystone Games will also hold a special panel at the show and all attendees will receive an exclusive bonus skin.

Dawngate aims to separate itself from the growing pack of MOBAs by allowing you to choose a role that isn't specifically dependent on the character you select. This is all in the way of "celebrating personal play styles," EA says.

Finally, EA has announced that on Friday it will release a new interactive online graphic novel called The Dawngate Chronicles. EA says that with every game played, the Dawngate player community will actually shape how the story unfolds and ultimately dictate "the fate of everything."

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