Month: June 2021

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power reviewed on Nintendo Switch by Sarah LeBoeuf. Narration by Max Scoville. Even if it doesn’t do anything new or exciting, DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power has its charms. The heroes and villains of Metropolis High School are endearing and expertly brought to life by their voice actors, though
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Sonic is 30 – so let’s celebrate by ranking his greatest hits. Watch on YouTube Today marks thirty years of Sonic the Hedgehog, one of the most influential and important games in history and the genesis of a hugely important series to me personally. Sonic was my first true video game obsession – the games,
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The wonderful thing about the future is that it hasn’t happened yet – and so, theoretically, anything is possible with enough effort, imagination, and collaboration. That’s the thinking behind Mercedes-Benz’s latest initiative, which is designed to create a conversation around one idea: “Let’s imagine futures together”. Play Video If there’s one thing we love to
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Nintendo Treehouse’s Bill Trinen had plenty to say to IGN about what The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 is, even though he couldn’t reveal anything new about the game itself. One topic in particular had been about comparisons to Majora’s Mask, and if the game is really its own thing. Trinen understands
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Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance reviewed on Xbox and PC by Travis Northup. Also available on PlayStation. I badly wanted Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance to be an awesome co-op version of the pencil-and-paper tabletop RPGs I’ve loved for decades, but it just isn’t. It’s a bland, boring trek through repetitive encounters that’s filled with
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A lightning quick hedgehog is the perfect oxymoron for a video game character, and it is one that has served Sonic the Hedgehog well for a whopping 30 years now. And the blue blur has been through almost as much as a regular 30-year-old during that time: girlfriends, betrayals, facelifts and reinventions, Thanksgiving parades, cloning,
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As a lifelong game master of tabletop RPGs, there are few things more exciting than the promise of a high-quality, dungeon-delving co-op action game taking place in the iconic Forgotten Realms. After all, it’s hard to beat the storytelling, worldbuilding, or high-fantasy badassery of the original d20-rolling pastime that is Dungeons & Dragons. But in
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! Here we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass and soon-to-be released ID@Xbox titles! Get more details on the games below and click their profiles for pre-order details when available (release dates are
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Reviewed on PC by Tristan Ogilvie. Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. “Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 blows off a heck of a lot of heads, but never managed to blow my mind. Its long range sniper shots feel genuinely satisfying to pull off, but the enemy AI is so
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The BLUE BOX conspiracy has been routinely debunked thanks to a new video posted on the BLUE BOX Game Studios Twitter account, proving that Hasan Kahraman is a real developer at BLUE BOX Game Studios. He’s not Hideo Kojima. He’s not associated with Hideo Kojima. And he’s not working on Silent Hill. Quick message from
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Sonic the Hedgehog — the dud with the most ‘tude — celebrates his 30th birthday on 23rd June 2021. Yes, it’s nearly three decades since he first burst forth onto Sega’s Mega Drive and finally presented a credible platforming challenger to Nintendo’s jumping plumber. Last year we asked for your help to rank all the
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