Month: November 2020

Sonic the Hedgehog is arguably SEGA’s most renowned franchise, something that’s reflected quite clearly in its lifetime sales. In their annual investors report, SEGA has revealed the blue hedgehog and his companions have racked up 1.14 billion copies sold. Sonic’s journey began in 1991 on the SEGA Genesis. He’s since made appearances on many platforms,
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Reviewed by Cam Shea on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation 4/5, PC, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. “Immortals Fenyx Rising gives us a gorgeous world to explore, filled with mythological beasts, deities, and powers to wield. Its combat is satisfying, with plenty of choice in upgrades, while its central characters, comedy, and
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What game comes to mind when you hear the word “shooter?” Doom? Call of Duty? BioShock, Gears of War, or maybe even Fortnite? Regardless of which game, you probably think about action-packed encounters where you and your targets zoom around a battlefield. What you most likely wouldn’t think of is a game like Towaga: Among
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Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.4, Futures Rewritten, will release on December 8th with new content including main scenario quests, raid dungeon, trial, “explorer mode,” and more. Details are as follows: New Main Scenario Quests – With the fate of the First secured, the Scions make their long-awaited return to the Source.
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Bungie CEO Pete Parsons has revealed that the developer began to “incubate the potential” for new titles and talent about three years ago – prior to its split from publishing giant, Activision. Speaking to Metro, Parsons said that although Bungie’s main focus is making games, the incubations also revolve around the process of building talented
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