Press Start: Banjo-Kazooie 4 rumoured for E3, analyst predicts next-gen console prices and more

Press Start: Banjo-Kazooie 4 rumoured for E3, analyst predicts next-gen console prices and more

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Plus, the next Walking Dead teased by Telltale Games, Empire Magazine's Last of Us review leaked online and a game about telling stories through gamesA selection of links, hand-picked by the Guardian games writers.Banjo Kazooie 4, Mirror's Edge 2 top Xbox One E3 list - rumour | VG247A list of...
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