Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. My first racing love wasn’t Screamer, but Moto Racer. It was so long ago, I can barely remember the case it came in. Instead of a cardboard sleeve, I think it was one of those slim
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I’ve spent a lot of my gaming time over the last five plus years duking it out against all manner of foes using the most powerful weapon of them all… cards. And in that time, two of my favourite card-based battle games have been Faeria and Slay the Spire. With Roguebook, those worlds are colliding.
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Ever since the pandemic and cryptocurrency markets teamed up to ambush Ampere in a dark alley, there have been concerns about what another long period of unaffordable hardware would do to the PC gaming industry. A new report from Jon
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Old World reviewed on PC by Leana Hafer. Old World can be vexing at first given how much more there is to manage on top of the usual 4X concerns we’ve gotten used to in the past decade or so, and the UI can feel cluttered as you’re trying to piece it all together. But
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Top-down and totally OTT shooter Glitchpunk is aiming for an August 11th early access release date. I spotted it just before the Steam Game Fastival a few months ago, and was surprised at how grafting a Grand Theft Auto 2-style action game with hacking appealed to me. My memories of GTA 2 are so fast-paced
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Sniper Elite VR reviewed by Gabriel Moss on Oculus Quest 2, also available on PlayStation VR, Steam VR (PC), and Oculus VR (PC). Sniper Elite VR is a decent VR shooter from Rebellion Developments that scratches both World War II and arcade sniping sim itches. #IGN #Gaming #SniperElite
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The world of F1 was set to be transformed this year, thanks to the prospect of radical new regulations and cars. However, like so many things during the pandemic, the changes were delayed until 2022 – leaving F1 in a 12-month holding pattern. The real-life 2021 season seemed poised to offer few surprises, but the
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My back garden is now an unofficial fox fight club. They come from all over London town, rocking up around 3am and fighting it out until dawn. It’s such a draw for the local cubs that I wouldn’t be surprised to see a bunch of fox posters dotted around town, advertising the event. With that
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Arc System Works has announced that the WayForward-developed side-scrolling, 2D adventure game RWBY: Arrowfell will release on the PlayStation 5 and 4 among other platforms in 2022. It was first announced in September 2020 for multi-platform release this year. “I am beyond excited to finally share details around our new video game, RWBY: Arrowfell,” Rooster Teeth’s Kerry
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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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With the last generation of consoles – Xbox One and PS4 – we had a whole bunch of HD remakes arrive right at the beginning of the consoles’ cycles. Developers would take their old games – mostly those from the PS3 or Xbox 360 timeline – and throw on a nice slap of sheen to
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Sometimes, developers share some really cool things about favorite games from the past. That’s exactly what level designer Brett Johnson is doing by sharing some early Half-Life prototypes over on TikTok, and we love him for it. Johnson also has more experience than just Half-Life under his belt too. He’s a designer that has over 20
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