Month: July 2021

It’s an absolute triumph that a Skyrim mod could reach 3,000,000 downloads, let alone win a national award for the quality of its writing, but 2015 mod The Forgotten City did both. Six years later, this freshly remade standalone game from original developer Modern Storyteller reworks, refines, and greatly expands upon the same cleverly interconnected
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At long last, it’s finally here. Today is the day that NEO: The World Ends with You releases on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The game, according to Square Enix, “transports players to the bustling streets of Shibuya, as they step into the shoes of protagonist Rindo and take part in the life-or-death battle
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You can’t throw an entirely-made-in-Dreams convention one year and not do it the next, can you? With DreamsCom ’21 opening its virtual doors today, here’s a quick rundown of what you can expect over the next four days from the Dreams coMmunity and us here at Media Molecule! The DreamsCom show floor Of course, everything
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The official page for the upcoming zany Nintendo Switch game WarioWare: Get It Together! says that the game will support online play as well as online cloud saves. Both of these features will require a Nintendo Switch Online membership. The online play aspect of WarioWare: Get It Together! hasn’t been discussed by Nintendo as of
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The Nintendo Switch version of Apex Legends has been available for a few months now, but the game’s ongoing support is far from over. In fact, there’s another season of the game that is starting very soon. It will be the game’s 10th season. More than 2 years have now passed since the first season
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Samurai Warriors 5 reviewed by Alex Santa Maria on PlayStation 4, also available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Koei Tecmo’s new Samurai Warriors game won’t shock anyone who’s played one of Omega Force’s Warriors games before, but it does present a great new style and enough over-the-top action to keep you coming back.
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla‘s latest update arrives tomorrow, July 27. As well as adding level scaling, changes to the skill tree, and a handful of new skills, title update 1.3.0. has added support for an upcoming Sigrblot Festival limited time event and the upcoming The Siege of Paris  DLC. The latter has been revealed as releasing
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Splitgate, the free-to-play multiplayer shooter that blends Halo-esque gunplay with Portal style, well, portals, won’t be launching tomorrow as planned. That’s because the open beta that’s been running during the past two weeks had so many active players that the servers became overloaded, forcing a delay.  If you haven’t heard of Splitgate, it’s a fast-paced sci-fi
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While there’s no denying that flashy supercars and built-for-fun off-road vehicles are the stars of the show in the Forza Horizon series, it’s the widely varied, based-on-real-life environments that really make the games shine. Whether it’s kicking up dust while blasting across the Australian Outback in Forza Horizon 3 or leaving a swirling trail of
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Nearly 1,000 employees of Activision Blizzard are speaking out against the company’s “abhorrent” response to the details of the ongoing labor lawsuit going public. The response from executives denounced the lawsuit, claiming that details represented in the legal documentation were “unfounded,” “distorted,” and “untrue.” You can read the full statement here, but now the employees hurt
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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 [email protected] games! Get more details on the games below and click their profiles for pre-order details when available (release dates are
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Summary Ultimate Game Sale is back for a limited time with hot deals on select Xbox and PC games and accessories. Save up to 80% off on select Xbox digital games and up to 70% off select PC games. Check out great discounts on gaming PCs and accessories to enhance any gaming experience. It’s that
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Blizzard co-founder and former executive Mike Morhaime has broken his silence on the harrowing allegations levelled against Activision Blizzard, who has been sued by the state of California for discrimination, sexual harassment, and toxic work culture. Morhaime penned his thoughts in a TwitLonger post, in which he admitted that he’s “ashamed” of the allegations, which
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