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Microsoft 'retiring' Xbox 360 Twitter and Facebook apps

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Microsoft 'retiring' Xbox 360 Twitter and Facebook apps

You probably don't use the Twitter and Facebook apps on the Xbox 360 dashboard, what with having computers and netbooks and tablets and pocket telephones, but Microsoft has bad news for those few who do. It's "retiring" the apps, which is a kind way to say scrapping, and suggests you use the new dashboard Internet Explorer 9 app instead.

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"Here's a novel idea...hows about we only play GAMES on my gaming console. I HATE all this other ..."
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Baldur's Gate Enhanced to get higher level cap, no Wii U

Baldur's Gate Enhanced to get higher level cap, no Wii U

Trent Oster has been a man possessed since the announcement of Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition. The president of publisher Beamdog has been on Twitter tirelessly answering questions from fans while giving out little unannounced tidbits here and there to the swarming masses.

Read more: Enemy AI will be tough »

"Will they have proper monitor support for people with multiple monitors?"
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Romero hints at old-school FPS plans

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Romero hints at old-school FPS plans

Shooter pioneer and hair enthusiast John Romero has been laying low lately, but he's hinted at plans to get back into first-person shooter development. His single vague comment didn't shed much light on what this mystery project is, but we certainly know what it isn't.

Read more: 'There will be no DK2!' »

"The difference is John Carmack writes the most efficient 3D engines of all time. John Romero ..."
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Vita will support Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Skype

Vita will support Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and Skype

In addition to all the social features previously announced (and detailed) for the PlayStation Vita, Sony has announced that many popular social apps currently available on mobile phones will be made available for the Vita. Facebook, foursquare, and Twitter apps will all be downloadable for free directly from the PlayStation Store. In addition, Skype will also be making its way to the Vita, continuing Sony's support of the service since the PSP era. (Guess Microsoft's acquisition didn't get in the way, huh?)

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