Loot Hero DX Review

Sometimes the simple things in life work – like Nutella on toast or a ham sandwich. Games sometimes don’t need to be complicated 100-hour RPGs with an in-depth conversation system, ornate in-world design and endless side quests. They can sometimes take the form of endless runners or simple chess exercises with slight twists. In some …

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s New Projects Will Have a Heavy Focus on Live Service

Live service games and live service elements within games are becoming more popular and Warner Bros. seems to be jumping on the bandwagon. In a job listing, as spotted by Twitter user @MauroNL3, the publisher describes how a variety of new projects will have a “heavy focus on live service”. In the job listing for …

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New Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Game Reportedly In The Works Without BioWare

With the recent Star Wars news confirming that EA no longer holds exclusivity over the IP, the gaming world has been abuzz with what that means for a galaxy far, far away. While Ubisoft is hard at work on its own open-world Star Wars adventure, a recent report alleges that a new Star Wars: Knights …

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Solitaire 3D Review

Before we booted up Solitaire 3D, we tried to imagine what a Solitaire-based game would have to do to warrant a £19.99 price tag. This is a game that most PCs are born with, after all, as are Minesweeper and Paint. It’s like charging pay-per-view for watching me get out of bed. We decided to …

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Intel, Nvidia Deny Blocking AMD From High-End Mobile Gaming

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. There’s a rumor going around that Intel and Nvidia have conspired to block AMD’s Ryzen Mobile 4000 series from high-end gaming laptops. This information has supposedly been provided by an unnamed OEM, and claims that a secret agreement between Intel …

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Sherlock Holmes Chapter One Gets New Info About Length, Side Quests, Customization, and Voice Cast

In a new Sherlock Holmes Chapter One question and answer video from Frogwares, the developer has answered a few of fans’ burning questions about the upcoming origin story for the young Sherlock, including how much playtime players can expect, and the number of cases they’ll be able to solve. Sergey Oganesyan narrates the video over …

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Coming Soon to Xbox Game Pass: Yakuza Remastered Collection, The Medium, and More

Remember so long ago, way back in December during The Game Awards when we gave you a preview of what games were coming soon? That soon is sooner now than it was then, and we have more games now than we had then, which means we have even more games coming soon now… make sense? …

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Cyberpunk 2077’s Late Development, “Fake Demo,” And More Details Revealed As CDPR Responds

Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most anticipated games of the generation and a large part of that was due to the reputation CD Projekt Red had with gamers and the excitement to experience something new from The Witcher studio. Despite that excitement, reports pre-launch painted a dire picture about what development was like for the …

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HITMAN 3 (cloud version) arrives on Nintendo Switch 20th January

IO Interactive has announced that HITMAN 3 will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch system on 20th January. It won’t be a traditional edition as instead it will be a cloud streaming version, which makes sense given its graphical prowess. Pricing for the game hasn’t been announced as of yet, but it will most likely …

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Everspace 2 is inching closer to being a modern Freelancer

When Everspace 2 was first revealed, I got a little worried. The original game is a favourite of mine, but it was very much a less-is-more kind of game. Everspace 2 promised RPG-like mechanics, loot and a few other elements that I feared could unnecessarily bloat it. Having now played the near-final Early Access build …

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Returnal’s New Trailer Spotlights Its Sci-Fi Weaponry And Combat

A new trailer for Returnal gives us a look at some of the unique weapons players will use to survive its hostile alien world. With the game only a couple of months away, this marks the first time players have gotten a deep dive into its combat.  Returnal blends third-person action with a roguelike structure. …

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Live-Action The Medium Cinematic Trailer Is A Tantalizing Teaser Of The Horror To Come

Bloober Team knows a thing or two about weaving an incredible horror tale, and that streak continues with the upcoming psychological thriller, The Medium. To celebrate the upcoming launch of this titillating horror adventure, the studio behind the title just revealed a new live-action trailer that offers an eerie new look at the mystery behind it …

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CDPR Apologizes for Cyberpunk 2077 Launch, but Explains Very Little

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Late on Wednesday, CD Projekt Red co-founder Marcin Iwinski posted a video in which he apologized for Cyberpunk 2077’s abysmal console launch. Iwinski took responsibility for the decision to launch the title and its subsequent unacceptably poor performance on the …

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Random: This AGDQ Speedrun Of Majora’s Mask Is Basically Magic

For anyone who wasn’t tuned in to Awesome Games Done Quick last week – the charity marathon where people try to speedrun a variety of games as fast as possible – you may want to watch this video to witness ClaireLynnD‘s incredible wizardry to complete The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask in just under 27 …

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Microsoft Denies Cutting Secret Deal With Duracell Over Xbox Controllers

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Last week, a report surfaced claiming that Microsoft and Duracell have a secret agreement between them in which Microsoft agrees to keep AA batteries as the default power standard for its Xbox controllers. Microsoft denied the rumors, which began when …

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Batman: Arkham Origins Dev Has ‘Entirely Redesigned’ Combat System for Gotham Knights

WB Games Montreal has revealed that it has “entirely redesigned” the combat system for upcoming Gotham Knights since releasing 2013’s Batman: Arkham Origins. In an interview with GamesRadar, executive producer Fleur Marty said that this was necessary for co-op to work well. There will still be some familiar mechanics for those who’ve played the Arkham games, …

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Waluigi Will Never Be In Smash, And Other 2021 Predictions

Image: Nintendo / Kotaku A new year is here, and surprise! It’s already extremely bad—just like the last one. But maybe better things lie ahead. Or, you know, at the very least, we might get ambushed by some cool video games in addition to all the bad news bears that will inevitably emerge from the …

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Forge your destiny as the Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom on Series X|S, Xbox One and PC

Would you believe it? It’s a new year and KEMCO are already on the scene to deliver a fantasy RPG to the masses. So, prepare to thrust yourself into a new journey as Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom arrives on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC After the use of a two-souled heroine in …

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PS4 Outsells the PS5 in Japan, Both the Standard and Digital Combined, Highlights Struggle to Meet Inventory Demands

Famitsu published the latest two-week sales numbers, encompassing the period between December 21, 2020 to January 3, 2021. During this time, the standard PS4 outsold both the PS5 and PS5 Digital combined. The PlayStation 4 sold 30,482 units during those two weeks (with an additional 112 sales of the PS4 Pro), while the PS5 and PS5 …

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Cyberpunk 2077’s PC Player Base Has Shrunk 79 Percent Since Launch

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Cyberpunk 2077’s launch may have been a dumpster fire, but it was undeniably a successful dumpster fire; the company reported 13 million copies sold after taking refund requests into account. The game ran far better on PC than on consoles …

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Razer Kaira Pro Xbox Wireless Gaming Headset Review

gaming headsets. Made to work with Xbox consoles, gaming PCs, and smartphones. it’s a multi-platform wireless gaming headset for the streaming age. Allowing you to quickly switch from an Xbox console to a simultaneously paired Bluetooth device, it’s the most viable console-mobile cross-platform headset I’ve tested to date. Though some of its features feel superfluous, …

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“I am wooooounded”: A jaunty stroll through the official Frasier cookbook

The author and his cat, standing in for EddiePhoto: John Carruthers As a low-attention-span indoor kid, I had two great loves growing up. The first was American football—the Bears specifically, even though they sucked. In fact, despite my regular-degular height and Doug-Jones-in-Hellboy physique, I figured that one day I’d become a professional football player. A …

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