Since the launch of PS5, our teams have been working to continuously enhance your experience on the console. Later this year, we’re rolling out another major system update packed with new features, and we want your help testing them out! Starting today, you can register for an opportunity to join the first-ever PS5 system software
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While the sniper rifle is standard issue in almost every first-person shooter, few games manage to capture the challenge and coldblooded thrills of being an actual expert marksman. At its best, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 does a good job of satisfying the desire to splatter bad guy brains with a buzzer-beating bullet from way
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News around the upcoming Nintendo Switch and Mobile game Pokemon Unite has been rather lacking as of late, but for those who are eagerly awaiting its arrival will be pleased to know that more news will be dropping tomorrow Thursday the 17th. The official Pokemon Twitter account has today urged fans to ‘check back tomorrow
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…And that’s a wrap for E3 2021! It was a strange year for the annual games showcase, having been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, it meant there was no physical, in person show, and instead a series of publisher-ran streams to keep up with. The lack of a physical presence meant some major players,
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Ever since Ampere’s launch in September 2020, there’ve been questions about how much of the shortage was driven by semiconductors and how much was driven by cryptocurrency demand. Reports over the last 10 months have pointed to various additional causes,
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When players found out that PS4 controllers wouldn’t be compatible with PS5 games on the new console, it left a lot of people with custom and pro controllers wondering when a new solution would come around for the next-gen console. Introducing the HexGaming Hex Rival for PlayStation 5, a customizable DualSense controller with programmable back buttons
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When you are out shopping, Xbox game cases are easily identifiable from their green color, a design Microsoft has used since the first Xbox console launched in 2001. At this current time, almost every Xbox game that is released is cross generational, meaning it will work on your old Xbox One or your new Xbox
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