Month: July 2021

Pokemon Unite reviewed by Sam Stewart on Nintendo Switch, also coming to IOS and Android in 2021. This mobile Pokemon MOBA can be fun, but it’s constrained by its overcommitment to simplicity, as well as some dubious microtransactions that raise pay to win concerns. #IGN #PokemonUnite
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The recently-launched Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Sigrblot Festival came with its own set of issues, at least one of which has been resolved with a hotfix. Players reported missing foreign supplies in quest “War Effort.” According to Ubisoft, this is now resolved. You’ll need to restart your game to activate the hotfix. The following issues are still
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Like countless individuals across the globe, I put my hard-earned money down for a Steam Deck as soon as preorders went live for Valve’s portable handheld. Unfortunately, though, securing the new device was a nightmare experience to say the least – something that I should have probably expected with the PS5 and Xbox Series X
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What are the most important moments in your life? Lost At Sea is a game about life and death, about coming to terms with your past and about family. Set on a beautiful island, this game will force you to look past your fears and take stock of your life through imaginative puzzles and a
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Perhaps no modern game is more blunt about its influences than Eldest Souls. Despite having a name that would make a copyright lawyer sweat, this overtly FromSoftware-inspired action game manages to establish its own blend of addictive, brutal combat and gorgeous art direction that rivals its 2D and 3D peers. It doesn’t mirror their same
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The Ascent’s satisfying gun-tastic action-RPG gameplay loop mixes with its beautiful cyberpunk aesthetic to create an overall enjoyable experience. Reviewed on PC by Ryan McCaffrey #IGN #Gaming #TheAscent
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War for Wakanda is easily the most exciting expansion to hit Marvel’s Avengers, and we finally know when it’s coming. On August 17, players will get to take control of Black Panther to explore a brand new story serving as the game’s largest content update yet.  In addition to adding a Christopher Judge-voiced T’Challa to
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Earlier this year, Sony shared an extensive look at Aloy’s continued story with Horizon Forbidden West, but the lack of a release window had many wondering if we would see the sequel this year. Following the rumors that followed said speculation, Horizon Forbidden West has officially been delayed to 2022.  According to a new report
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Last week, we asked you to keep out of the shadows in the dangerous world of A Plague Tale: Innocence. While avoiding plague-infesting supernatural rats, you shared Amicia and Hugo’s best moments using #PSshare #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  RyoppyGamePhoto shares Amicia carrying Hugo as he grows weak. DKANG0316 shares Hugo’s connection to the
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Today, DeNA announced that the final chapter of the Pokémon Masters League story arc has been added to the Main Story mode in Pokémon Masters EX. The storyline, which has been unfolding since the game’s launch in August 2019, culminates with Chapter 30 “The Road to Victory”, in which the player’s Main Character faces off
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Activision Blizzard, the publisher behind World of Warcraft, Diablo and Call of Duty, is being sued by The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing following a two-year investigation into the company’s alleged discrimination against female employees. The suit claims that Activision Blizzard fosters a “pervasive ‘frat boy’ culture”, with female employees at the company
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The Forgotten City reviewed by Gabriel Moss on PC, also coming to PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox. Originally a mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim back in 2015, this standalone remake from original developer Modern Storyteller does a great job taking the already fantastic adventure out of the Dwemer ruins while still exploring interesting
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