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Get Cities: Skylines for $1, and most of its expansions for $18

If you’re looking to dive into Cities: Skylines for the first time or want to catch up on its mountain of DLC, there’s a heck of a Humble Bundle for you. The Humble Cities: Skylines bundle makes both the base game and most of its major DLC expansions cheaper than ever before, so you can […]

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Fallout 76 glitch causes intestine shortage and forces an in-game event temporarily offline

A Fallout 76 bug has made a recent in-game event hard to digest. The Fasnacht Parade event originally went live in 2019, and was scheduled to return this week. But shortly after it went online, players found that a bug introduced weeks ago had caused an intestine shortage that made the event nearly-impossible to complete. […]

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League of Legends will soon have advertisements on the field during esports matches

League of Legends is about to get a lot more… sponsored? Riot has announced plans to sell Summoner’s Rift Arena Banners that’ll let individual leagues show specific branding to esports viewers at home. In other words, you’re soon going to see advertisements on the field during pro matches, just as you would in traditional sports. […]

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BlizzCon 2020 is cancelled, online event expected in early 2021

As you probably expected, BlizzCon 2020 is cancelled. Blizzard made the news official today, confirming that the annual gathering of fans will not be going forward due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has tentative plans to run a digital event to “channel the BlizzCon spirit” early next year, but the details on that replacement […]

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Dead by Daylight’s next chapter ushers in an iconic horror-survival series

Dead by Daylight’s next Chapter takes us back to an iconic staple of the horror games genre: Silent Hill. That’s right – Behaviour Interactive has revealed the asymmetric survival game’s next adventure ushers in a new map, killer, survivor, and more inspired by Konami’s long-running and spooky series. If you’re wondering which of the many […]

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Ever Oasis Review

Ever Oasis is a cute hybrid RPG that attempts to mix Animal Crossing-like town building with an adventure along the lines of The Legend of Zelda. Its compound formula is appealing on paper, but for a while, Ever Oasis falls short of its potential. Its simplistic narrative, cutesy visuals, and basic town-building mechanics test your […]

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Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles spends its first fifteen minutes invoking memories of two of the best Zelda games. It opens on a boat, with your player-created character and a cartoony crew sailing through choppy seas, heading towards a distant island. It’s a scene reminiscent of The Wind Waker’s early moments, when Link and Tetra […]

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WRC 7 Review

Rallying is not only stunningly difficult, it’s terrifying. Barreling down narrow stretches of bumpy, loose-gravel roads lined with huge rocks, trees or sheer cliff faces at speeds nearing 140mph is about as butt-clenching an experience as you can imagine. It’s a sport that requires pure talent, but those who do it professionally manage do so […]

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Custom Painted GameCube Consoles

We have previously featured customised GameCube consoles, like the Mario Sunshine one, but these custom painted consoles by Mago Serenil (CustomsGameCubes on Etsy) are just so darn gorgeous! The best part is, these custom painted GameCube consoles are available from Mago’s Etsy store (Mago is currently on a break, but you can still get in touch […]

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Gradius V Official DVD The Perfect

That Alex Reynolds (aka: Alexpletives on Twitter) has surprised us once again! Hot on the heels of his Ikaruga Appreciate DVD, Alex showed us another DVD from Japan in his vast collection, this time, it was Konami’s Gradius V Official DVD The Perfect. According to our good friend, Wikipedia: “On April 9, 2004, Konami announced a DVD […]

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