Gaming is complex, so catch up each week with the short and dirty in Reboot: This Week In Games.

This week Grand Theft Auto Online dropped, brought cloud-servers to their knees and shut down the government.  It wasn't that bad, but Rockstar is finally getting some updates out to gamers so  everyone can get playing the online portion of the hugely popular Grand Theft Auto V.

EA-DICE released the open beta for Battlefield 4 this week giving gamers their first chance to try out some of the game's changes and play with the newly enhanced destructible environments. Bringing down a skyscraper on your opponent's head is mind blowing.

Rumors continue to fly about the possible existence of Half-Life 3 but trademark rumors were debunked by Valve. Half-Life 3 remains in the realm of white unicorns and free lunches for now.

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