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Wander the wasteland and rediscover a keystone in RPG history.
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Katana Zero, Tunic, and more showcase some of the best indies at PAX South 2019!
We talk to and hang out with Fallout 76 superfans to see why they're still exploring the wasteland.
Not only is Ubisoft trying to make the Dark Zone better, it's making more of them.
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A number of games have hunting and skinning, but Rockstar takes it to a new level.
BioWare polished its craft with Mass Effect, but the studio's push for mainstream appeal started here.
Two hitmen, one target.
Black Ops 4 is multiplayer only, but the strength of Zombies and Blackout could carry it through.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Origins are the way forward, but the old creed doesn't need to be forgotten.
Let's talk about "grinding" in Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
Murder between two (or more) ferns.
Embarking on a different kind of odyssey.
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A look into the history of a company that rose so high and fell so far.
Who else should Insomniac's Spider-Man face off against?
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