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It's a good month for Definitive Editions.
We used to do this on electronics more, and we should start doing it again.
The cultural event of Blaseball only continues to escalate.
The Rockstar posse adds another team to its ranks.
Going fast would be ideal in Fall Guys.
Who needs incredibly attractive high schoolers when you have grown-ass adults who have failed multiple times in their lives?
The Quest 2 now requires a Facebook account, but holding out without one on older gear might be doable.
A new report puts the studio's North American presence into question.
Plus, Anji and newcomer Giovanna look to join the roster.
Larian Studios founder Swen Vincke is here to answer all of our questions about this long-awaited sequel.
EA's soccer franchise tries to score one more goal before full-time is called on the current console generation.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | Who else you got in your dream movie match-up?
The guest and backer characters won't be joining the roster.
Plus, faster load times and save transfers are confirmed.
Just try and slow me down with your incessant ERP! I have the processing power of PS5 on my side!
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Accusations of sexual assault and racism at the streaming platform leave us wondering who's going to take responsibility.
There are a lot of ways to transfer that data, though.
Studio head Scot Amos wants to focus on the future, not today's low player counts.
The "overwhelming majority" will be playable on PS5, but a handful won't make the cut.
Yup, that sure is a blue Halo guy.
The studio's looking to make something "aspirational."
By Apple's own rules, using xCloud streaming tech by way of a browser would be just fine.
Celebrate Christmas with some creepy scares.
Beyond that, players can expect the same features already on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.
There were "ultimately some trade-offs" made for next-gen console versions.
Return to a time when game commercials were produced like tiny movies.
Just ahead of the next-gen console launch, AMD is introducing its new Zen 3 CPUs for PCs.
A box with a big fan and that much power likely won't run cold, but it shouldn't be blazing hot either.
You'll get to play with your food right when the PS5 launches.
We'll get an in-depth look at what V will go vroom-vroom in.
Two oft requested returning fighters and John Rambo join the lineup.
We caught up with Tj Hughes to see what fresh surprises his playful food game has in store on PS5.
Peter Piper plucked a peck of pickled Pikmin. Now you can too.
Hyrule is in a slightly better condition than you last saw it.
Europa's got the goods, apparently.
The book will set the stage for the game, just a few days before launch.
It's also got a lot of options for keeping cool and quiet.
You'll be able to gauge your progress across all games in more of a fine-grain way.
Dogfight is a blast, but it also needs a lot of work.
Some more info on Nintendo's remaining Fall lineup.
That's hundreds of people out of a job at an office that predates the merger.
A good glimpse of the future for sports games on next-gen.
It's time for Animaniacs. Cuphead style.
Meet Claire, Chris, Leon, Jill, and Wesker all over again.
The Order extends into the world of Watch Dogs.
If you're partial to the English dub, you'll be treated to a new version of the "Dame da ne" song.
At any moment, your chosen hero will hiccup and alert those Albion guards.
Robbie and Purah get some spotlight.
Like being able to use scans of your ears, better built-in TV audio may come later for PS5.
Bethesda could already be bolstering Xbox's lineup.
Exploring the rich RPG legacy of Microsoft's most successful console.
Publishers, developers, journalists, influencers; we're all just guessing.
There's still more to come for Mortal Kombat 11.
Want a 3080 now? How about just waiting until next year?
Add some more swords to the fray next Friday.
Thanks for the heads up?
Geralt is firmly on the big titty committee.
Early figures are pointing towards this being one of 2020's big success stories.
The sequel has seemed like an iffy proposition since Starbreeze's reconstruction woes, but work is apparently forging ahead.
Ahead of its return to leading the series, Criterion revisits its first Need For Speed with the help of Stellar Entertainment.
The game is ready to be put on discs, but CD Projekt's work is likely far from over.
COMMUNITY QUESTION | We look ahead to a month of games, and highlight what's on our radar.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Game set in a dystopian world where corporations are stomping on people is being made by a corporation stomping on people.
Journey back to the Minus World with me.
Custom characters are looking like a pretty appealing choice.
You know what that game needs? Siege warfare.
The cheapest option in Nvidia's new line of GPUs needs a bit more production time.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons' new pumpking growing doesn't go full farming sim, thankfully.
"We need this extra time to ensure that Shadowlands lives up to its full potential," Blizzard says.
Developer Hosni Auji tells us about the sim for the frequent flier set.
Expanding the player base and improving combat feel are on the docket for Ubisoft's battle royale.
You, too, can spend your points on a Tom Nook tote.
Young people need to get off my lawn, but they're still a vital market for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
I'm gonna fly like an eagle.
A new event and limited-time mode will accompany the battle royale's cross-play rollout.
It's about GRD-damn time.
Steve's building up the roster.
A free giveaway leaks a little bit early.
September's best game was a roguelite, but not the one we expected.
Celebrate Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary with lots of cake batter ice cream.
Mihoyo is looking towards all things in Japanese entertainment.
Bryan Intihar and Yuri Lowenthal have their own thoughts on Peter Parker's new look.
Treyarch shows off the new version of its undead adventure and promises it'll continue to grow over time.
The webslinger looks a little different under the mask.
Another combatant joins the massive lineup of Ultimate.
You can imagine the reaction from folks who are mad about Super Mario 3D All-Stars.
CD Projekt Red is in a "final sprint" towards launch that entails mandatory overtime.
When Mega Man 3 arrived 30 years ago, it introduced us to Protoman. Be still our beating clockwork hearts.
Caty embarks on a frankly stupid exercise through her game tracking spreadsheet.
The remastered 2017 Spidey won't, but Miles is a different matter.
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