Month: August 2021

As we move into the current generation, new features have come into focus that help make games more immersive. Deathloop, slated to arrive on September 14, boasts a number of these aspects. To take advantage of these features requires new hardware, and sadly multiple factors have gone into making current-gen systems difficult to acquire, something
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Hello, PlayStation Nation! It’s that time of year when we get to unpack all the exciting gameplay enhancements and new features coming your way with NBA 2K22! We had an ambitious feature list that we wanted to tackle this year: faster-paced gameplay, tighter and more responsive movement, more skill-based offense, and big changes to the
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Today, on the Windows Blog, we announced that Windows 11 will start to become available beginning on October 5. A brand-new Windows experience, Windows 11 will be available through a free upgrade on eligible Windows 10 PCs. Windows 11 was built to be a place where everyone can play, connect, and create. Thanks to its
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TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week is back for 2021, and PC gaming has never been better – or more important. The PC continues to be the best place to play games if you’re after sheer breadth of game types. From obscure indie games to visually stunning AAA titles, our humble PCs (or tricked out rigs) let
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When Sony launched its revised PlayStation 5, one thing users picked up on is that the new system is 11.6 ounces (330g) lighter than its predecessor. This is nearly a pound of weight. Enthusiast investigations have found where Sony managed
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The last decade has provided players with a wealth of CRPGs to explore; the classic isometric days of roleplaying are definitely not forgotten. Pathfinder: Kingmaker’s successor, Wrath of the Righteous, lands this week on PC. Playing on console? Fear not. Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is scheduled to hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on
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When building a gaming PC (or upgrading a tired old rig), it can be tempting to spring for the very best components on offer. Naturally, this means an increase in overall cost, but if that nets you improved gaming performance it’s worth the cash, right? Not always, we say. Sure, there are obvious cases where
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Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann has said that while it’s “unfortunate” that some players didn’t like The Last of Us Part II, he “stands by the game” the studio made. In a lengthy interview with Game Informer, Druckmann was asked how Naughty Dog dealt with the intense criticism from a proportion of The Last of
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Twitter user PSN Releases, who posts data pulled from PlayStation Network servers, has found a listing for Lost Judgment‘s demo on the Japanese PlayStation Store. A translation of the entry, which is for the PS4 version, reads Lost Judgment: Unjudged Memory Trial Version. The game 審判之逝:湮滅的記憶 體驗版 with id CUSA29956 has been added to the PS4 asian
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Psychonauts 2 reviewed by Tom Marks, also available on Xbox and PlayStation. As the long-awaited sequel to Double Fine’s original 2005 Psychonauts, as well as its 2017 VR follow-up The Rhombus of Ruin, Psychonauts 2 brings a bit of that mid-2000s action-platformer clunkiness along with it, but it’s still an excellent successor that has just
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