Controllers resemble the classic to RuneScape Gold |

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, thereby explaining the lack of any solid details.Interestingly enough, the new controllers resemble the classic to  RuneScape Gold Sega Genesis six-button controller, save for the analog stick instead of a D-pad and the left side being slightly longer than the right. Details pertaining to why the controllers were designed in such a way will come if/when they're announced, but for now, it's an odd design choice. It's possible that the longer side is where the batteries are place, but the controller appear to be wired, which forgoes the need for an internal


source.Should these controller be approved and announced for release, would they be something you'd consider buying or would you hold to Cheapest RS3 Gold out for a full-on fight stick? How much would you be willing to pay for an MKX branded controller? Mortal Kombat X, developed by NetherRealm, is the next iteration in the brutal, long-running fighting game series. The game will give players the option to pick from three fighting variations for each character, allowing for new strategies and ways to play. New and old faces are set to appear,


Raiden, Kano and Cassie Cage. Mortal Kombat X releases on April 14, 2015, with Goro currently being offered as a pre-order bonus.Sources: GameSpot, Alex Jebailey's InstagramLatest Gaming News for Xbox, PS3, PS4, Wii U, PC & Mobile | Game Rant. 'Destiny' Sells $325 Million in First 5 Days To Set Record For New Franchise. Destiny is doing big business for both Bungie and Activision, despite reviews for the game (including our own first impressions) criticizing it for being repetitive and lacking when it comes to its story.


are still playing and enjoying the game however, mostly due to its solid shooting mechanics and ability to team with other players. This proves that critical reception isn't the only factor that determines how well a game performs.The insanely large budget for the game and its marketing campaign helped Destiny set the pre-order record for a new IP, representing a significant chunk of its first week sales. Activision announced today that Destiny, in its first five days after release, sold-through more than $325 million worldwide to

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