It’s hard to say whether or not you will enjoy Skater XL. It is clunky, messy and could do with much more polish, but it also manages to offer a totally unique skating experience. Whilst you may not like it, you should definitely give it a go.  Skater XL is so unique, and that is
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Hey bus drivers, today I’m happy to announce that the next installment of the popular Bus Simulator franchise is under development and will be released in 2021. Get ready to discover new bus brands and models, explore a brand-new open world set in the United States, and enjoy a host of fresh features that will
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The idea of Mystery Mine is easily recognizable by its title. It’s a mysterious story about a tribe that, as a classic protagonist, was on the verge of saving the world. In this idea we have collected the wishes of our team members: It should be a platformer with a strong protagonist, mystical setting, and
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AT&T appear to have decided against selling off Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment. There were numerous parties interested in acquiring the company including Activision, EA, and Take Two. AT&T CEO, Jason Kilar, has recently emailed staff about his plans for restructuring the company and mentioned that the gaming side of the company is staying put, for
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Screenshot Saturday Sundays! It’s another scorcher, readers, so I hope you’re all sunscreen’d up and well-hydrated for another hike through the weekend’s best work-in-progress screenshots, videos, and gifs. This week: wake up for a road trip, perplexed alien bosses, puzzling mash-ups and a supernatural scrub. Coming-of-age RPG ShelfLife is starting us off this week with
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We know you’re busy and might miss out on all the exciting things we’re talking about on Xbox Wire every week. If you’ve got a few minutes, we can help remedy that. We’ve pared down the past week’s news into one easy-to-digest article for all things Xbox! Or, if you’d rather watch than read, you
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Are you ready to stop a vampire invasion? How about take on some really big, really rowdy werewolves? The Dark Heart of Skyrim marches on with the upcoming Stonethorn. The DLC dungeon pack includes a wealth of content as you bring the heat to the ancient bastion of Castle Thorn and take on a vampire
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox, where we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox One and Windows 10 PC! Every week the team at Xbox aims to deliver quality gaming content for you to enjoy. To find out what’s coming soon to Xbox, read on below and click on each of the
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Guerrilla’s Horizon Zero Dawn arrives on both the Epic Games Store and Steam today, giving PC players a shot to experience Aloy’s open-world adventure in the lands of robo-dinosaurs. PlayStation’s last exclusive to head to the PC scene, Death Stranding, came with a smattering of upgrades and enhancements. We’ll have to see how Horizon plays on
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Tango Gameworks founder and CEO Shinji Mikami recently made an incredibly important announcement: You can pet the dog in Ghostwire: Tokyo. The news comes from the brand new Ghostwire: Tokyo PS5 trailer shown at QuakeCon earlier today. Check out the video below. [embedded content] “I’m Shinji Mikami from Tango Gameworks,” says Mikami at the beginning of the
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What game made your July that much better? Was it the high-flying action of Marvel’s Iron Man VR, Jin Sakai’s stunning journey through Ghost of Tsushima, the freeform tricks of Skater XL, or perhaps the animated antics of Cuphead? Now’s your chance to let us know. Get those votes in below before Sunday, August 16,
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QuakeCon At Home is live this weekend on Twitch, though it really should be called BethFest when you look at the schedule. The event has moved wholly online thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the rescheduled celebration of id’s and Bethesda’s games has an intriguing schedule. Here are a few of the highlights. A warning:
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With its robust and detailed Photo Mode, we asked you to move through the world of Ghost of Tsushima, and share animated videos using #PS4share and #PSBlog. From picturesque cliffsides to brutal duels, pensive portraits and intense posters, here are this week’s highlights:  Jin plays his flute in this serene scene from glenlee92. JRPyznar shared
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. There have been a lot of questions raised about compatibility as Microsoft and Sony lay out their respective plans for the transition from the current console generation to the next-gen hardware currently prepping for release. Various software developers and publishers
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Whether you celebrate them or not, most of us know about these all-important festivities. Christmas, Easter, Oktoberfest, Thanksgiving and, most importantly, the Jeff Goldblum Day. Yes, that last one is an actual day in Pittsburgh. But there are other oddball celebrations, including those centred on pop-culture, like May the 4th celebrating the Star Wars Day
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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout released today, and thanks to a successful beta, lots of people were excited to play it. So many, in fact, that the game has been experiencing server issues, which makes it difficult to play and enjoy. The server issues made users understandably frustrated, but rather than wait for the issues to get sorted,
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