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The Sunday Papers is our weekly roundup of great writing about (mostly) videogames from across the web. Sundays are for returning from a long vacation and shaking off the holiday haze. Before you kick into gear, let’s read this week’s best writing about games (and game related things).
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Petrol stations might not be the most natural setting for pondering life’s biggest questions, but the ones in Flat Eye, the next game from the makers of detective taxi-me-do Night Call, aren’t your ordinary rest stops. As well as a convenient place to relieve yourself and top up on snacks, these futuristic service stations also
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Google has revealed that its cloud-streaming games service, Stadia, will shut down early next year.  More specifically, Stadia will close down its platform and end its online servers on January 18, 2023. After that, you won’t be able to access the Stadia service in any way. As for your games and hardware, Google is offering refunds “for
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Publisher Kepler Interactive and developer Ebb Software have revealed that Scorn’s release date has changed, moving up one week earlier in October. The game will now release on October 14 instead of the previously announced October 21.  As for why, the team doesn’t say. However, a new teaser trailer released today is titled, “You’ve waited
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Finding every scarab location in the new Genshin Impact 3.1 desert region can be a challenge, but these wandering beetles are a vital material in ascending the new five-star Electro character, Cyno. It’s very hard to actually use a Genshin character without levelling them first, especially if you have a high world level, and don’t
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The FIFA 23 anti cheat error is an instant stumbling block some PC players are running into when trying to boot up the game for the first time, whether it’s through Origin or Steam. This is preventing anyone who encounters the bug from playing the football game, although it doesn’t appear to be a problem
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Overwatch 2 introduces a bevy of new characters, maps, and modes when it launches early next week. However, the most significant change arriving alongside the sequel’s new free-to-play format is a Battle Pass. The pass’ free track allows players to unlock a new support character named Kiriko, while its premium track – which costs $10 or 1,000 Overwatch
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