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Transformers: Fall of Cybertron release moved forward

Activision has confirmed that Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will ship earlier than was previously though citing that developer High Moon Studios has listened to the emails, tweets, user comments and Facebook posts from fans ‘clamouring’ for the game to hit stores.

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Facebook children ban could be lifted

Faced with slowing growth in its advertising business, Facebook is considering throwing open its social network to children, in the hope that their parents will pay for games and other content on the site.

XCOM: Enemy Unknown to invade stores this October

Release date and pre-order packages confirmed.

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SWTOR update 1.2 evolves "Legacy System" and adds new high-level content.

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<p>Channel their inner Picasso on that long haul flight with this pocket-sized version of the children’s drawing game.</p>

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1.Travel Etch a Sketch £11.49, lovememory.co.uk

Channel their inner Picasso on that long haul flight with this pocket-sized version of the children’s drawing game.

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Wayne Rooney apologises for nine-year-old's broken wrist

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has apologised to a nine-year-old football fan after he fired a stray shot into the crowd which broke the youngster's wrist.

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