I loved the wall-busting, door-blocking, remote-camera-ing gadgets that Rainbow Six Siege gave players, but the community quickly outpaced my ability to compete with them. That’s why I’m looking forward to Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction. It broadly gives you the same toys, but you’re using them against AI-controlled alien mutants. I’m traditionally alright at competing
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Much like the iconic Rocky Balboa himself, the glory days of the arcade boxing genre are well behind it. Hell, when Midway’s respectable Ready 2 Rumble Boxing first laced up its gloves the President of Russia was Boris Yeltsin, Justin Timberlake was merely the tallest guy in NSYNC, and putting on a Marvel movie just
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Last week, we asked you to take on the challenge of Ghost of Tsushima: Legends using #PSshare #PSBlog. From frightening armor sets to graceful partner poses, here are this week’s legendary highlights:  SaraAtwoodGamin shares a striking black and white posed portrait. ccf_photomode shares an electric portrait shaded in yellow. Dande_Lion55 shares a portrait of her
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The presentation schedule for this year’s Tokyo Game Show recently rolled out, and Square Enix confirmed when and where you can catch its big live stream. Additionally, it announced individual showcases highlighting Forspoken, Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, and Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier.  As previously revealed, Square Enix Presents will air on October 1
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Welcome to the RPS guide on how to clean your keyboard, something Graham specifically told us to do a while back, complete with a look at the revolting crud medley that had accumulated within his own mechanical board. His cleaning technique was pretty good too, though having recently Kim and Aggie’d my way through a
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Clid the Snail reviewed on PlayStation 5 by Jarrett Green. Narration by Mark Medina. Also available on PlayStation 4. “The moments when Clid the Snail are at its best are few and far between. Decent dialogue and a basic but satisfying story can’t make up for the shallow level design, dumb enemy AI, and aggravating
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PlayStation Studios has added UK-based developer Firesprite to its growing list of internal studios. In an interview with GamesIndustry.biz, Head of PlayStation Studios Hermen Hulst said the developer is already creating a “few great exclusive game projects that we’re working on together.” However, he also said these projects may not be created exclusively for PlayStation
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Want some Sean with your No Man’s Sky experience? What about Sean as Sean as a spaceship that looks like Sean? We knew that’d get ya… Now, for those that may be wondering who the heck Sean is, this new No Man’s Sky mod is referencing the man behind No Man’s Sky and Hello Games
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First released in September 2011, SEGA’s Rise of Nightmares was made especially for Kinect on Xbox 360. Among the range of games available for the peripheral, it is the least likely title ever made for the Kinect – there’s no dancing, no pets, no sports. (Though by its end, hacking through hordes of re-animated corpses
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In a 20-minute presentation, Firaxis Games provided another look at Marvel’s Midnight Suns. The stream bascially gave you a the first in-depth look at gameplay featuring Hunter and Wolverine going up against Sabretooth. [embedded content] To see this content please enable targeting cookies. Manage cookie settings It also showed some of what Wolverine brings to
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The Switch generation has seen Nintendo call on emulation for games such as the Super Mario 3D All-Stars collection, but long before this, there was apparently an official emulator that could run Super Nintendo titles. Starting out life as ‘Mirage’, project ‘Silhouette’ was a SNES emulator for MacOS and Power PC that supposedly got “leaked”
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Sony announced last week they were planning to bring five Final Fantasy games to PlayStation Now over the next few months. The first of those arrives tomorrow, September 7. Final Fantasy VII is one of five games joining the subscription service for September alongside Killing Floor 2, Windbound, Moonlighter, and Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition.
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King’s Bounty 2 reviewed on PC by Leana Hafer. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, and Switch. “The feeling I keep coming back to with King’s Bounty 2 is simply that it’s fine. And sometimes that bugs me more than if it were really flawed or broken in some kind of interesting way. The tactical battles
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Hello youse. My name is Rab Florence, and for six years I would land my jetpack here on RPS every week to tell all of you PC gamers about board games. Four years ago my jetpack exploded, separating my head from my body and traumatising the spectators below, meaning that I had to retire my
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Behold the legend of the changing God in this cinematic story trailer for ‘Torment: Tides of Numenera. Watch more trailers here! ——————————­—- Follow GameTrailers for more! ——————————­—— YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/gametrailers?sub_confirmation=1 FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/gametrailers/?fref=ts TWITTER: https://twitter.com/GameTrailers #gametrailers
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