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Looking for the latest FIFA 22 news? FIFA is struggling to find its career-best form of late. Where some players might see themselves losing a yard after a torn knee ligament, it’s been bugs, FUT grind fatigue and the omnipresent whiff of stale on-pitch action ruling EA’s cash cow out of a Ballon d’Or nod.
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The blend of farming games and more adventurous RPG games has been going on for years, going back to Rune Factory’s take on the Harvest Moon formula. Now, the post Stardew Valley wave of digital farming is going in the same direction, and Kitaria Fables is a particularly charming example of the movement – and
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My most-anticipated game of the year is actually 21 years old, and it’s not being made for the PC. But I’ll definitely be playing it on my PC (or maybe a Steam Deck) thanks to emulation. It’s called Boku no Natsuyasumi, which translates to “My Summer Vacation”—it’s a slice-of-life Japanese series about spending a summer
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Though I’d prefer they added an airship, or at least a sofa with birthday balloons attached, I’m still very excited about Microsoft Flight Simulator’s new patch. The update brings some significant performance improvements that should bring higher frame rates, smooth out stuttering, and reduce strain on your whole system. Along with some exploration improvements and
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Under normal circumstances, the launch of a new Hearthstone expansion is preceded by days of card reveals on gaming sites and YouTube channels, followed by a final Blizzard livestream in which the remainder are ‘dumped’ en masse in the form of some fun games. But with Activision Blizzard facing serious allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment,
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Splitgate, the free-to-play multiplayer shooter that blends Halo-esque gunplay with Portal style, well, portals, won’t be launching tomorrow as planned. That’s because the open beta that’s been running during the past two weeks had so many active players that the servers became overloaded, forcing a delay.  If you haven’t heard of Splitgate, it’s a fast-paced sci-fi
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This past week, legal documents regarding a lawsuit from the state of California against Activision Blizzard surfaced. The lawsuit’s details are graphic, disturbing, and detailed in a way that is causing both the gaming community and the industry to take action. Following the initial report, Blizzard co-founder and former CEO Mike Morhaime has released his
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From 2010 to 2014 Richard Cobbett wrote Crapshoot, a column about rolling the dice to bring random obscure games back into the light. This week, who’s the most dedicated rogue in Star Wars’ interactive legacy? No, not that Solo guy. Though it is a singleplayer game, I suppose. I can probably sum this one up
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