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If you've managed to get a new console, you might worry about a sudden failure blindsiding you. Here's what experts think about the longevity of the new machines so far.
A new translation and some key quality-of-life additions make this genre pioneer worth playing.
Certain performance quirks and absent features won't be around for long, at least not according to Microsoft.
Ryan, PlayStation's CEO, wants to push back on the idea that Sony shifted its attention away from Japanese games and gamers.
The Dread Wolf rises?
You'll still be leaving Verdansk for a new Cold War locale soon, just not *that* soon.
The Phantom Thieves are charging back into action.
If you get on GOG, you can start Geralt's story from the beginning for free.
The two are departing from the studio and letting the next generation step up.
How a big, winged good boy made me rethink humanity's love for dogs.
Some songs work in any Fuser mix and some don't. Obviously, we had to rank them.
Never has the title "Homeless Guy" been so compelling.
It's hard to make a list when so many games are in flux.
An RPG quiz show draws near! Command?
A look at all the enhancements being made to FIFA 21 on Xbox Series X and PS5.
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This terrible, historic year has also seen an uptick in interest around gaming. That's exactly when our best writers should follow their instincts.
These little bots make for one heck of a pack-in.
A showcase of how limited even a good Call of Duty can be.
The Yakuza series treads new ground, finding its next legend in the process.
The makers of Octodad are serving up another charming oddity on PS4, PS5, and PC.
A fantastic historical setting is once again weighed down by all the cruft we've come to associate with Assassin's Creed.
Anyone can wear the mask, but this one belongs to Miles Morales.
The future is bright for Sony's oddly-shaped box of entertainment.
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If you have the PS5 in your entertainment stand, here are the games you should play.
Valhalla's Vikings set their sights on two new lands for future expansions.
With another demo, we pick at the depths of Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Be any Eivor you want to be.
The day is finally here.
Ubisoft bumps up Valhalla to be a launch game.
How the SNES kept me weird but happy during a rough spot in my life.
The hyperbole surrounding the story of Bugsnax is a bit much, don't you think?
Two consoles, two visions for the future. We compare their specs, games, and prospects for the future.
Pump the brakes on transferring that Shiny Groudon to Pokemon Sword and Shield.
Listen to me, Nintendo.
Brenda Romero and her team are close to launching their take on 1920s Chicago, and it's shaping up to be full of storytelling potential.
Nintendo may deny the CD-i Zelda games' existence, but fans never forget.
As for whether the spoon-bending psychic-type will appear in the TCG again, that's up to Nintendo.
It's also a nice reminder that yes, this game is out next week.
Be sure to read the fine print about your saves, though.
Now's a good time to batten down the spoiler hatches.
This is not a drill; I repeat, this is not a drill.
Checking in on Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, WoW: Shadowlands, and even more Fall 2020 releases.
Modders have hotwired the Paladin, and other classes, right into the game.