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If you, like me, played the Square Enix-published Marvel’s Avengers and said to yourself “I wish this had just focused on the single-player campaign instead of all this game-as-a-service stuff,” then do I have good news for you: Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, also published by Square Enix, has flown in to save the day.
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Jump to your Town Center, queue up a quick chat with your team, and find that dang Idle Villager who’s just been hanging out taking up space. Today we’re excited to give an early look at some of the hotkeys you’ll have in your arsenal to help build up your village, manage your army on
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After the misfires of Crysis 2, the third and final Crysis game had it all to do. Restore a broken fan base and still manage to appeal to both sides; those that preferred the open-world of the first and those who enjoyed a more linear adventure. But the damage appeared to be done already after
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Mainframe Defenders is a classic turn-based strategy game that pays tribute to the classic series such as X-COM (1994), MechCommander (1998), and Syndicate (1987). We wanted to bring the player back to the days of old school games, when the story was presented in text format and the authors exercised their creativity, which is what
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Back in 2011, Crysis 2 released for the first time. And releasing after the original Crysis and Far Cry games, the linearity of Crysis 2 held it back against its predecessors. Now, that linearity is really exaggerated against the many first-person shooters that have adopted an open-world setting since. Whereas Crysis Remastered is akin to
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It may not immediately spring to mind as one to remember, but 1981 was a pretty decent year for gamers. Frogger released, as did Defender and good old Donkey Kong. We also saw the beginnings of Scramble, the arrival of the iconic Galaga and the chance for players to go saving the planet from the
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Ghoulboy on Xbox is here to save your Halloween, by defeating one monster at a time. Just as well then as it has arrived today on the Xbox Store, in time for the spooky season. Heavily inspired by the 2D platformers of the 90s and the 16-bit era, Ghoulboy is a modern take on the
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Object-finders rejoice! It’s your monthly installment of hidden objecting, courtesy of Artifex Mundi.  Having spun the wheel, Artifex have chosen the Demon Hunter series to get a sequel. On PC there have been four of them, but on Xbox we’ve only seen two, and Artifex Mundi have cunningly filed off the title numbers to avoid
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The Assassin’s Creed series lets players dive into several different re-creations of historical eras and places — and from Ancient Greece to Victorian London, they’re all rife with intrigue and filled with opportunities to parkour across ancient rooftops on the hunt for Templars and other shadowy conspirators. If you’ve missed any, the Assassin’s Creed Franchise
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Slightly following real-world affairs, Cards of the Dead from JanduSoft has arrived on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC – if you think that humanity’s only hope is to get jabs into arms, you’re going to be sorted with this one.  Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5,
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Youtubers Life – OMG Edition and Youtubers Life 2 paint very different pictures of what it must be like to be an internet personality. If we’re to believe Youtubers Life – OMG Edition, a Youtuber is effectively a shut-in, only leaving the house to collect awards for 100,000 subscribers. Life feels like a battery farm
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Imagine yourself walking through a tunnel in the underground ruins of the ancient Sumerian Empire. The camera focuses tightly behind your back, adding to that sense of claustrophobia and dread as you clunkily move through the caverns. Suddenly, you hear the distinctive screams of famed High School Musical diva Sharpay Evans from ahead. You know
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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Hell Let Loose released as an early access title on Steam. Since then, Developers Black Matter have intently listened to player feedback and issued regular updates as well as tweaking and upgrading their game. Now it’s 2021 and it’s finally released for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. Will this
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Pieces of NHL 22 feel like a callback to NHL 95, which introduced the spin-o-rama. That innovation was a quick piece of showy stick play that made dodging a defender easier, at the expense of realism. Decades later, such skills now turned into X-Factors, giving certain star players special moves. Now universal across NHL, Madden
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