Month: October 2020

Special thanks to Dream & the Dream Team for being in this episode! Subscribe to Dream! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/dream Subscribe to Sapnap! ►  https://www.youtube.com/c/Sapnap Subscribe to GeorgeNotFound! ► https://www.youtube.com/c/GeorgeNotFound Whenever something new pops up in the world of Minecraft, you know I have to talk about it! So, what are the Minecraft Wardens? The recent announcement of the Minecraft cave
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SUBSCRIBE for more Pokemon Facts ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe Lockstin ► https://youtu.be/8QSZEa8yG2Q More Pokemon Facts ► https://youtu.be/cKGn89iNdIo In this video, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets and Easter eggs surrounding Pokemon Black and White on Nintendo DS. Special Thanks: SnorlaxMonster, Darkshade, and Nob Ogasawara Project Pokémon PWT Downloadable Tournaments: https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/category/51-pok%C3%A9mon-world-tournaments/ Follow DYKG
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Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan has said that the company’s robust video games lineup is the result of “carefully planned organic growth” as opposed to “massive spending sprees.” Ryan’s statement to Games Industry sounds like he’s throwing a bit of shade at Microsoft over its spending habits. However, the executive has reiterated on several
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Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan has said that the company remains “bullish” when it comes to PlayStation 5‘s engagement levels because it’s going into the next generation with a considerable player base compared to the start of the current generation. In an interview with Games Industry, Ryan acknowledged that building the PS4 community was
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If there’s been one small positive about this year, it’s the reliable rollout of once console-locked Halo games on PC through Halo: The Master Chief Collection. With Halo 4 currently on the launchpad, 343 Industries have chosen to extend the game’s testing (“flighting”) period by another week, with the Insider client now testing crossplay support
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As always, when reviewing a game with a number in the title, I tend to get a little worried that I’ve not played the first two games in the 9th Dawn series. I mean, why the 9th Dawn? How is that any different than the 8th, the 10th, or even the 900th? Thankfully – or
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The roguelite genre is the champion of replayability, being built around tough, rewarding gameplay that’s going to kick you over and over again. That statement kind of makes it sound a bit masochistic but the intense feeling of satisfaction you get from making it just a little bit farther each time is gratifying. All that
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VIZIO is rolling out a performance update on its 2021 line of TVs, including the, P-Series (PQ9 and PQX), M-Series (MQ7 and MQ8), and OLED models. This enhancement adds AMD FreeSync to the ProGaming Engine featured on the M-Series Quantum, P-Series Quantum, and P-Series Quantum X. Here’s what improvements you’ll see, depending on which model you
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Ubisoft shared a blog post today explaining how cross-progression, cross-play, and backwards compatibility will work for certain games once next-gen consoles arrive. It’s an informative read, but one thing that stands out is that a handful of the publisher’s PlayStation 4 catalog, including several Assassin’s Creed games, won’t be playable on PlayStation 5.  While all
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If you’re in the mood for futuristic cars that shoot at one another you might like—no, it’s not Mario Kart and it’s not Wipeout either, though it’s definitely inspired by the latter. The name’s Pacer and it’s a futuristic racer where your fancy anti-gravity vehicles zoom around tracks while also shooting one another with guns
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