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Finally, we are free from the slow download tyranny.
The future is bright for Sony's oddly-shaped box of entertainment.
Anyone can wear the mask, but this one belongs to Miles Morales.
Games are getting bigger, but storage space is getting smaller.
Stomp around future London as anyone, from an old punk rocker to poor podcaster.
Sony's hefty monolith is finally here.
The free update is pretty damn good from a company that doesn't do a ton of multiplater.
Sometimes, you don't need to aim to shatter convention or establish a new genre.
Blizzard and Square Enix take two different paths on the same road.
Sixteen years later, Rebellion is focusing on getting Evil Genius right.
A roadmap isn't much more than a promise a studio hopes to keep.
With another demo, we pick at the depths of Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
The Oculus Quest beef up and slims down, but not every cut is a worthwhile one. Nor is every addition.
Who needs incredibly attractive high schoolers when you have grown-ass adults who have failed multiple times in their lives?
At any moment, your chosen hero will hiccup and alert those Albion guards.
Publishers, developers, journalists, influencers; we're all just guessing.
Geralt is firmly on the big titty committee.
Mihoyo is looking towards all things in Japanese entertainment.
Xbox Game Pass' cloud gaming is an excellent feature for Microsoft's streaming service.
Ubisoft tackles its first remake with the return of a fan-favorite.
A genre once lost is returning.
The two sides of Marvel's Avengers fight each other, ultimately bringing down the entire adventure.
What? Nvidia is competing on price again?
Horizon Zero Dawn may not be the end.
Dragon Age, Fall Guys Season 2, and Ratchet & Clank all featured in today's presentation. Here's the complete recap.
Tommy Angelo returns for an encore.
Eight years in, ArenaNet is bringing its MMO to Valve's storefront and preparing of its next expansion.
People Can Fly's shooter RPG actually shines once you pick up the controller.
Perhaps Ubisoft hasn't truly forgotten the Prince in the sands of time?
Larian Studios creative director Swen Vincke addresses the studio's work with the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons game.
After the first delay, Larian Studios is hoping to have Baldur's Gate 3 on early access at the end of September.
Ghost Mode isn't coming to Hitman 3, and the Hitman 2 servers are shutting down as well.
As it closes out its latest expansion, Final Fantasy 14 stands ahead of its predecessors.
We see how Rainbow Six Siege's newest operator fits into the squad.
Halo Infinite is gone, but it's not like the Xbox Series X had an amazing launch line-up with 343's shooter onboard.
If you're worried about customers dealing with Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S, don't worry. They're already clueless.
Horizon Zero Dawn is on PC, good. The port isn't as tight as it could be, bad.
The strengths and weaknesses of Marvel's Avengers come to blows as entropy closes in.
It's looking like Sony's platform is the place to play.
The neighborhood is a little less friendly on PC and Xbox.
Sony outlines which PlayStation 4 accessories will and will not work with its upcoming console.
"Yeah, I'm thinking I'm back," growls Sam Fisher.
Toshihiro Nagoshi says Ghost of Tsushima was so good that Japan should've made it.
The cinematic story mode for Star Citizen is still incognito and fans aren't happy about it.
Obsidian Entertainment's survival game has a chance to survive in a crowded genre.
An original Assassin's Creed story, told by Chinese creators.
A Steam store page shows a forthcoming Phantasy Star Online 2 release next month.
A report highlights why Mike Laidlaw joined and left Ubisoft.
Sucker Punch aims to help out the low and high end of Ghost of Tsushima players.
WoW Shadowlands's rating for Xbox Series X is not that serious… X.
Netflix expands on the universe of The Witcher.
343 wants to introduce you to Craig.
Sega wants to offer players two flavors of Phantasy Star Online 2.
The people of Japan love the Ghost.
It was at EA Play Live 2020. Did fans forget about that or something?
The Master Chief himself gives a brief update on the Halo television show.
The story of Jin Sakai is a predictable one.
Sony is preparing new in-store kiosks for something PlayStation, but it's not PS5.
Sea of Thieves continues to grow as Rare looks toward Everwild.
You can cut the bells and whistles for that smooth frame rate.
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NBCUniversal's new streaming service might play host of an Indivisible adaptation.
Ghost of Tsushima reminds us of Assassin's Creed’s past.
Explore lost freighters for a quick score or a quick death.
Kojima Productions' walking adventure finds its proper home.
The era of the PlayStation 4 ends with this rousing samurai adventure.
Valhalla stands as a mid-point between the previous RPG-focused Assassin's Creed titles.
Instead of pulling characters from three restrictive classes, Watch Dogs: Legion is now truly free.
The ultimate martial art continues on.
All hail the queen of my non-lethal transient army.
A paid service goes free in Blizzard's new commitment to character customization.
Blizzard gives us a look at Shadowlands' endgame.
Blizzard Entertainment gives a release window for the upcoming expansion.
This leaked video has left the community in higher spirits.
Director Paul W.S. Anderson is preparing to deliver another (great?) video game adaptation.
The leaked work-in-progress footage didn't win over many.
It's Resident Evil Village, damn you!
The Mandalorian and Better Call Saul actor is probably playing a bad guy.
Ubisoft drops into the battle royale market.
Hong Kong publisher Leyou owns several very successful game studios, and Sony reportedly wants them.
343 Industries is adding a new skull to Halo 3.
The translated menu items are drawing puzzled stares.
Months out from launch Google continues to firm up Stadia's service.
And a battle pass, and convenience items, and a cash shop...
Tales of Monkey Island sails back to storefronts.
With two-player co-op along for the ride.
The developer behind the Mac version of Definitive Edition is handling the port.
Crystal Dynamics wants to make sure the adventures of Earth's Mightiest Heroes continue on.
The creator of Johnny Silverhand talks about his new likeness.
Blizzard wants the player to be grounded in the world of Sanctuary.
And Phil Sheldon from Marvels!
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