Month: October 2021

The big day is finally here: Windows 11 has begun rolling out to users around the world. A brand-new Windows experience, Windows 11 is available through a free upgrade on eligible Windows 10 PCs and PCs that come pre-loaded with Windows 11 will start to become available for purchase. Thanks to its superior graphics and
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Like a flashlight flickering to life from a freshly inserted set of Energizers, Alan Wake Remastered takes the 11-year-old survival horror shooter and presents it in its most radiant form. Yet while the details in its moody environments are now far easier to make out, its gameplay shortcomings are presented in equally stark relief. Alan
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Tokyo Game Show 2021 concluded over the weekend, and we’re still learning great nuggets of information from the various streams and interviews during the event. One highlight was a Famitsu-hosted interview with Naoki Yoshida and Hironobu Sakaguchi, two developers who represent the present and past of the Final Fantasy series, respectively. Yoshida is currently heading
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation, PC, and Nintendo Switch. “Fun, fast, and damn near photorealistic at times, Hot Wheels Unleashed is a surprising and brilliant arcade racer. Carefully detailed, highly customisable, and buoyantly uncynical, this toy racer defies all expectations with remarkable attention to detail, excellent
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You may remember that, a couple of weeks ago, Chocobo GP was announced in Nintendo‘s September 2021 Direct. Well, Square Enix has been talking about the game more during a panel at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. In fact, there was even in-depth information about the gameplay, including the ability to pick up iconic magic
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Japan’s Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) has announced its list of winners of the Japan Game Awards 2021, with Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima and Capcom’s Monster Hunter Rise sharing the coveted “Grand Prize.” Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II won an Award for Excellence along with Final Fantasy VII Remake and
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The big game this month for Nintendo Switch owners (and perhaps quite a few prospective owners) will be Metroid Dread which launches next Friday along with the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model) Today it;’s been revealed that the file-size for the long awaited return of Samus Aran will only take up 4.1GB on your Nintendo Switch
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After years of anticipation, speculation, and a few leaks, at E3 2021, Xbox and Bethesda finally confirmed what gamers around the world had been waiting to hear. Starfield, the next big RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, had a release date. And while its November 11, 2022 launch was almost 18 months away, the newly released
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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania reviewed on PlayStation 5 by Sarah LeBouef. Narrated by Ryan McCaffrey. Also available on Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC. With over 300 stages compiled and upgraded from previous games in the series, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania has plenty to do, but not enough of it is half as fun
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Ubisoft has confirmed that the next Assassin’s Creed Valhalla title update (1.3.2) is set to release on Tuesday, October 5th, and the free expansion Discovery Tour: Viking Age is still on track for October 19th. In addition this, title update 1.4.0 and the free, time-limited Oskoreia Festival is scheduled for this fall. Specific dates will be
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Publisher Untold Games and developers Studio Voyager and IguanaBee have announced What Lies in the Multiverse, a “dramatic” comedy set within a universe with shifting dimensions. The story-driven 2D adventure tells the story of a boy known as The Kid, who somehow ends up in a new universe and comes across a scientist named Everett, who can
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There is always something exciting about playing a brand new JRPG that isn’t from one of the popular franchises we already know and love, mostly to see how it differentiates itself from the pack. But while Astria Ascending’s turn-based combat is excellent, its mediocre story and weak quest design drag it down. It has plenty
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