Puzzling point and clickers have had a bit of a revival lately, especially in the indie market. The retro feel to games that hark back to the golden age of gaming – the 1990s – have suddenly become ever so popular again. However that does mean that games which first launched many years ago are
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The Telegraph recently quizzed Bethesda’s Todd Howard about Microsoft’s acquisition of Zenimax Media and leaving PlayStation platforms out going forward. In response, the executive said that while developers don’t want to leave players out, being Microsoft exclusive will allow them to be more focused and make better games. According to Howard, Microsoft’s vision aligns with
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The E3 Awards happened last night and they were decided upon by a panel which consisted of editors from the following publications: IGN, GameSpot, PC Gamer, and GamesRadar+ and it was hosted by Greg Miller, Jacki Jing, and Alex Mendez. The most anticipated game from Ubisoft was their upcoming collaboration with Nintendo, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks
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Suda51’s No More Heroes III arrives on the Nintendo Switch this August. If you’re curious to learn and see more of it before the release, there was actually one final segment featuring it during Nintendo’s Treehouse presentation. This part of the show wasn’t aired live, and we’re guessing it’s because of the game’s rating. It
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If I’ve learned one thing from Mojiken Studio’s beautiful hand-drawn point and click puzzler When The Past Was Around, it’s that I should never strike up a relationship with a violin-playing owl man unless I want my heart to get smashed into a thousand tiny pieces. Despite its bright and breezy art style, When The
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The Medium, the apparently timed Xbox console exclusive from Bloober Team that launched earlier this year, is coming to PS5 on September 3, 2021. This isn’t a complete surprise, though: the Entertainment Software Rating Board listed The Medium on PS5 back at the start of the month. Bloober Team’s third-person psychological horror title was first announced for PC, Xbox
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At first glance you would be forgiven for thinking Quantum Replica may well be a, ahem, copy of Cyberpunk 2077. Granted, in terms of look and feel both games have a lot in common, but that’s pretty much where the similarities end. Quantum Replica is a top-down action adventure set in a world where a
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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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