Last week, we asked you to share moments with the animals found across the stunning world of Ghost of Tsushima. From friendly guiding critters and trusty steeds, to noble wildlife and feisty predators, you shared your favorite animals using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  YouSpoonyBardd kneels alongside a fox as the sun
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EA Sports UFC 4 doesn’t rock the boat all that much, but its reworked clinch system and new grapple assist feature are welcome changes, along with a tighter career mode that does a better job of teaching the basics of MMA. Reviewed by Mitchell Saltzman on PlayStation 4 Pro. Also available on Xbox One #ign
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The sheer number of games that focus on exploring vast cave systems filled with treasure, ore, and monsters is really quite staggering – even more so when stopping to consider how few caves actually exist in the world. I mean, the world’s deepest cave is the Krubera Cave at just over 2 km. So the
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Roguelite action RPG Dreamscaper has just hit Steam Early Access, allowing players to explore a corrupted, dark dreamscape. Hunh, it’s like right there in the name. Cool. You get to take out nightmare spirits with like, phantasmal yo-yo’s or something in this one. It’s a dream so you can turn the surreal into substance, like
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Faeria, the collectible card game meets living board game, is out today on Xbox One with full cross-play! Faeria has enjoyed a devoted PC gamer following, and we’re happy to launch on Xbox One where all players can meet each other regardless of platform. Build your deck, shape the battlefield, summon mystical creatures, and defeat
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The latest show to hit Fortnite‘s Party Island isn’t a blow-out concert or Chris Nolan flick. Somehow, it’s weirder. Hop in front of Fortnite’s big telly right now and you’ll find a call to “#FreeFortnite” from the supposed tyranny of tech giant Apple, who today removed the battle royale from the App Store for sidestepping
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PC. Also available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. “With the petrolhead pedigree of Slightly Mad Studios, I expected far, far better of Fast & Furious Crossroads. There are certainly glimpses of a game that respects the film franchise as much as fans do, with a well-curated vehicle roster, some
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During Sony’s August 2020 State of Play, IO Interactive announced that every entry in its World of Assassination Trilogy will receive PlayStation VR support, including the upcoming Hitman 3. The announcement featured only a sliver of gameplay footage of Hitman 3 in VR. Fortunately, there’s now a bit more information to go on. Fans for the series
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Calling all survivors! We’re Survios, a virtual reality game studio and creators of PlayStation VR classics like Creed: Rise to Glory and Raw Data. We’re excited to announce The Walking Dead Onslaught is coming to PS VR September 29. Today, we released a brand new gameplay trailer full of heart-pounding combat action featuring a few
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Ready to die a bunch of times and take new bodies for a spin? Choose the shell (they’re kinda like classes) that’s right for your playstyle when Mortal Shell launches on August 18 digitally on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. But wait, you already knew that part. Mortal Shell is also getting a physical release
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Hey everyone! Today I’m extremely thrilled to reveal the newest addition to the popular Bus Simulator franchise: Bus Simulator 21. Discover new officially licensed bus brands, fresh features as well as a brand-new open world set in the United States! Get ready for the richest game of the series to date with numerous officially licensed
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A Total War Saga: Troy reviewed by T.J. Hafer on PC. It may not be up to the grandeur of Three Kingdoms or Warhammer 2, but A Total War Saga: Troy is a significant step up from the previous Saga game, Thrones of Britannia. Troy is simply dripping with style and offers exciting, diverse campaign
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If ever there was a film franchise perfectly positioned for a modern video game adaptation, it’s Fast & Furious. For a medium so regularly adept at putting us in high-speed pursuits and shoving us through sweeping action sequences, it’s almost baffling that in nearly two decades this series has never spawned a truly top-notch, dedicated
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