Month: June 2020

“Video games are too long.” It was a viral tweet that set of a conversation that’s long been boiling and bubbling and brewing just beneath the surface of the games industry. Long have players, journalists, and devs alike debated the “optimal” length for a game, but the latest debate comes from The Last of Us
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Trackmania (2020) reviewed by Alex Santa Maria on PC. Trackmania modernizes the series’ signature speedy time trials, but its off-putting subscription model may limit the creative energy that fuels its best moments. #ign #gaming
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Announced during today’s DreamsCom showcase, Inside The Box, the Dreams VR expansion, is arriving on July 22! Dreams players will be able to download a free update that enables PlayStation VR compatibility in Dreams, with new tutorials, how-tos, and kits to get you started when creating with the PS VR system plus new content to
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The race is on as The Legendary Run kicks off in Fallout 76! Today we celebrate the launch of Patch 20, as well as the start of our first Season, which will run from June 30 through mid-September. Seasons are a new account-wide progression system that overhauls the existing Daily and Weekly Challenges and gives
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Digital subscribers of Game Informer can now read our enormous cover story on one of the most anticipated games of the year: Cyberpunk 2077. Following today’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live to subscribers on web browsers, iPad/iPhone, and Android devices. Individual issues will be available for purchase later today. You can download the apps to view the issue by
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Fall Guys is the ultimate showdown between 60 energetic jellybean shaped contestants. Through a series of challenging and varied rounds, competitors are eliminated until only one bean remains. The winner receives adoration, glory, and mostly importantly, the highly coveted Fall Guys crown! In this episode of Behind The Stumbles, we’ll be sharing some more info
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Last year, before Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Series X, there were rumors of two consoles: Anaconda and Lockhart. When the console finally debuted, however, only one system was discussed. There’ve been rumors about Lockhart since, but not much more. Now,
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Captured on Nintendo Switch (Handheld/Undocked) An interesting way to compare and contrast popular media from around the world is to look at how different cultures handle horror, because there are distinct trends that can be observed. American horror, for example, often has a focus on spectacle through blood, gore and other attention-grabbing, shocking imagery, but
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Torchlight 3 Early Access reviewed by T.J. Hafer on PC. “There’s nothing desperately wrong with Torchlight 3, which just came out in Early Access form a week ago. It’s a flashy, bombastic, nicely-paced action-RPG with tons of enemies to slash, blast, and explode for the tasty loot inside. The problem is that it doesn’t really
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You know those conversations with your mates down the pub; the ones you have late on a Thursday night in mid-winter where you suddenly pipe about what you would do if you were running the country, where you would put all the money, what you would cut and what you would spend? Those chats that
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Chinese giant Tencent has shown off a tech demo for what will be a “globally marketed” open-world cyberpunk first-person shooter for consoles and PC. Called SYN, the project’s tech demo was showcased in English, which you can check out below courtesy of Gematsu. [embedded content] The project is in development at Lightspeed and Quantum Studios, whose
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