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Pull the other one Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want you to feel alone. That’s why
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This is the third of three articles about Roblox, which is quietly one of the biggest game platforms in the world. We’ll meet four of its leading makers, many of whom grew up playing Roblox, and one of its execs to understand what makes it special, and where it’s going next. After having spoken to
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As 2019 wraps up, we’re all looking back at what we did this year. Nintendo is here to help you do that with a tool that compiles various statistics from your Switch activity over the course of the year. As you scroll down the page, Nintendo will give you various stats from your 2019 including
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In 2020, Nintendo is releasing new content for ScreamPark and ScareScraper multiplayer modes through two separate DLC installments. The DLC costs $9.99, with Part 1 releasing on April 30. It includes three ScreamPark minigames, six new themed ghosts, three outfits for Luigi, and three floor themes for ScareScraper co-op. The second part arrives on July
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The next story DLC for Total War: Three Kingdoms will be a wee bit of a prequel, bringing new starts a scant eight years before the main campaign kicks off. Creative Assembly today announced Mandate Of Heaven for a January 16th launch, bringing six new factions and dozens of new units. Starting in the year
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For years, competitive gamers have used paddles on the backs of their controllers to give them the edge in matches. From Scuf Gaming’s line of premium gamepads to the first-party Xbox One Elite controllers, we’ve seen these paddles appear on several high-end controllers. Today, Sony announced a new attachment that grants similar functionality to its
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A Microsoft representative has told Business Insider that the name of the next Xbox system is actually just “Xbox” and not “Xbox Series X” as was widely believed when Phil Spencer debuted the console last week at The Game Awards. “The name we’re carrying forward to the next generation is simply Xbox,” a Microsoft representative told
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This is your reminder that you only have one full weekend left to do Christmas shopping. But there’s still time to open door 15 on the RPS Advent Calendar. Switch off your targeting computer for this one. It’s Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order! Ollie: I think it was a mistake to replay Sekiro: Shadows Die
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Microsoft surprised everyone with the reveal of its next-generation home console named the Xbox Series X, and apart from the name, our first look at the console itself, and the announcement of Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, the company has revealed a few additional details about the system and its controller. The Xbox Series X has four
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The Pokémon Company International has announced a new seven-part animated webseries focused on the Galar region, the setting of Pokémon Sword & Shield. Pokémon: Twilight Wings will appear on the official Pokémon YouTube channel, with the first episode arriving in January. With the Galar region being so focused on battling and battle culture, Pokémon: Twilight
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. I knew from my first few hours playing Rocket League that it would become my most played game on Steam. It took me nearly a thousand hours to reach the coveted top rank of Grand Champion.
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. A lot of my friends from school have done things like have children or move to other countries now, but in the wilderness years of 2010-2016 we still all returned to our home town every Christmas,
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There is something very badly behaved on the other side of door eight of the RPS Advent Calendar. Badly behaved and very noisy. It’s Untitled Goose Game! Dave: Who knew that a goose with vandalistic tendencies would be the best new character in 2019? From vegetable larceny to scaring timid children, the nefarious antics of
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Game subscription services are everywhere these days but Humble Bundle have been doing this for a while. Their former service Humble Monthly is being replaced with the fresh-faced Humble Choice which comes with the ability to choose the games you get, but a higher price tag as well. The service launches today under its new
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During Destiny’s upcoming Season of Dawn, players will need to stop a council of Cabal Psion Flayers from tinkering with time and reversing their victory against the Red Legion. During this season, players will be able to participate in a couple of different holiday events and unlock two new Exotic weapons. If you have one
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In a statement to Polygon, Jake Rodkin, co-founder of Campo Santo, said that “In the Valley of Gods development is on hold.” While the game is not canceled its future is uncertain as the Campo Santo staff are now working on a variety of projects for Valve, including Dota Underlords and the recently announced Half-Life:
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You’re supposed to stay detached from people in the apocalypse because caring about other humans gets in the way of looking out for number one. Overland, the strategic survival game about road-tripping West during an alien infestation, makes it tough to stop caring about them because each one (dogs included) has a randomly chosen name
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What if RTS but you ditched the omniscient perspective for the humble vantage of a single unit? That’s part of the pitch for Earthbreakers, recently announced by Petroglyph. The Grey Goo studio are tossing a hefty helping of first-person action into a pot of already simmering resource collection and tactical building. They’re hoping the result
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