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Last Fall, another Battlefield game was confirmed to be in the works. The title is slated to push the boundaries of previous Battlefield innovations while staying true to the franchise’s definitive multiplayer experience, “DICE is creating our next Battlefield game with never-before-seen scale,” stated an EA representative. “The technical advancements of the new consoles are allowing the
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Have I played Hitman: Contracts? Yes…and no. In typical fashion, I rinsed a demo of it when I was younger and never actually bought the game. It was very vintage Ian Hitman, but I reckon he
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Last week, Sony Interactive Entertainment president Jim Ryan confirmed that more of their first-party exclusives would be coming to PC. In the past couple of days, Sony have confirmed that they are restructuring Sony Japan Studio, with many developers leaving while others are absorbed into other teams. So, maybe Sony don’t realise that Japan Studio’s
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Hu Tao is the spooky 77th director of the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor, presiding over all manner of funeral services in Liyue, and she’s coming to Genshin Impact soon. Hu Tao is a polearm wielder and pyro element, so she’ll likely take over a spot in your crew that’s currently being filled by Diluc or Xiangling. Of
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Arkane’s next FPS game Deathloop looks absoltuely rad. Their new murder sandbox seems like Dishonored meets Hitman, and that’s certainly no accident. Its made by Dishonored’s developers, sure, but Arkane now say they’re bringing “quite a few” of the supernatural abilities that you’ll remember to Deathloop. If you thought you’d spotted some familiar skills in
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Ghost of Tsushima was visually stunning and had a story that made me completely rethink how I saw the samurai genre. With its open-world beauty and incredible multiplayer post-launch add-ons, this game feels like it was built with PC in mind.  I’ve run through the story of Tsushima twice now on PlayStation and adored everything
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time… On paper, Murder By Numbers is pretty much my dream game. It’s a murder mystery visual novel (check) featuring lots of Picross-style nonogram puzzles (double check) with a soundtrack composed by Phoenix Wright‘s toe-tapping musical legend,
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Anthem launched almost exactly two years ago, and the launch was rough. Many fans who saw the potential in the original version have been waiting for BioWare’s “Anthem Next” update to transform the beleaguered game and turn things around (like Final Fantasy XIV or No Man’s Sky). Unfortunately, that transformation will not happen. Today BioWare
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I hadn’t heard of Voyage until just a few hours ago, which seems like a waste. I could have spent months or years looking forward to this game, and instead it’s here already, available to buy and looking beautiful. Voyage is an about two people wordlessly exploring a series of hand-painted landscapes, solving puzzles and
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Fortnite has been embracing crossover character skins for ages now, and two big names are about to join the cast! More information is dropping tomorrow evening at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time via official Epic channels, but for now we’ve got a spiffy new reveal trailer showcasing Ryu and Chun-Li from the Street Fighter franchise. After Master Chief, Kratos, and
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Valheim is everywhere right now. If you’ve been paying attention to gaming at all in the last few weeks, you’ve probably seen something about this unique Norse survival game. Valheim has been climbing the charts since its Early Access launch this month, and now developer Iron Gate Studio and publisher Coffee Stain have provided some impressive sales numbers
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The demo has returned! Between the limited-time abundance of the quarterly Steam games festival, the spread of standalone ‘Prologue’ releases, and just straightforwardly available demos on Steam game pages, it seems clear that it’s not a fad. Thank heck? Here’s the latest game to have a demo: Rustler, a topdown medieval action game that frequently
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HighFleet mixes together aerial combat between enormous war machines with strategic planning via a skeuomorphic interface covered in switches, knobs, and other physical tools. It’s as aesthetically exciting to me as any other game in development, but now I have a better sense of how it’s going to play due to a new 30 minute
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New World is the upcoming MMORPG from publisher Amazon Game Studios and developer Double Helix, though according to the original plan, it was supposed to be out by now. The game was scheduled to be released last August, but was delayed in the interest of refining the experience. The revised release window was spring 2021,
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Zack Snyder’s Justice League premieres March 18 on HBO Max, and the film’s latest trailer gives DC-loving hopefuls another look at the long-awaited “Snyder cut”. The four-hour epic serves as the definitive version of the 2017’s Justice League and features newly added scenes and narrative threads.   The trailer provides glimpses of previously revealed plot elements, such as
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Disc Room is a nice videogame. It’s a topdown dodge ’em up in which you must dash between spinning blades to survive long enough to unlock new rooms. It’s made by a group of developers including Jan Willem Nijman and Kitty Calis, who previously worked together on Minit. Nijman has been keeping a Twitter thread
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