GamePron News this week is packed with drama. Eagerly-anticipated zombie-slasher Dead Island has had a bit of a disastrous launch, with Techland accidentally publishing an incorrect version of the game – one which included less-than-appropriate content. Then, while everybody was paying attention to that one, Slavery: The Game created a controversy all of its own. On a happier note, we have a shiny new release window for Max Payne 3, the Australian Classification Board reveals that Diablo 3 is getting closer to our shelves, and Battlefield 3 shapes up for a marketing blitz. In patch news, From Dust is updated to remove troublesom DRM, but the awaited 1.8 version of Minecraft is still stuck in development.
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