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OSRS Has Made It To Steam – How Can Newbies Master The Art?

Old School Runescape (OSRS) is one of the oldest and most venerated MMORPGs of all time – and a fantastic one, too. IGN have highlighted the release of a tome detailing Runescape’s first 20 years via art, released just in time to celebrate the release of the title on Steam and Android – a timely boost for the game, and just in time for the hordes of gamers enjoying the extra time of the new normal. As simple as Runescape…

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Yo-Kai Watch Translation Project: Chapter Five

After getting our watch upgraded at Timers and More, we head to Catfish Pond to investigate a rumour of folks catching giant fish using shiny objects. Unfortunately, our good friend Bear decided to use his mother's engagement ring as the shiny item to hopefully catch the King of Catfish Pond, but only ended up losing the ring, making his parents upset. And now it looks like Bear's mom might be leaving for good, calling the missing ring a sign. Can we help out Bear and recover the ring?

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Review: Merek’s Market a Fast-Paced, Chaotic, and Comical Indie Game that will test your skills

Merek’s Market takes you on a journey of owning your own medieval shop in this fun and non-stop chaotic environment. You play as Merek a shopkeeper and craftsperson who is learning the rope on how to run his own shop by providing the necessary items for the whole town through crafting and haggling.

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8 Best Online Games & Apps to Play with Friends

Online gaming has come leaps and bounds in the 21st century with tons of breathtaking options to sink your teeth into. The internet proves to be the best anti-social way to stay social in the modern era with games that support multiple players. Even if you enjoy physically playing with your friends, hosting an in-person game night with pals is not on the list of things you can do in the middle of a pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean you…

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Ghost of Tsushima Directors Cut – Iki Island

I've been making my way through Ghost of Tsushima on the PlayStation 5, although my time with the game was interrupted by an unfortunately placed week long camping trip! Still, from start to finish, the Directors Cut of Ghost of Tsushima has been one of my favourite gaming adventures in 2021 - not only does the game look and feel phenomenal on Sony's next generation console, but all the additional DLC, including Iki Island, blew me away.

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Kitaria Fables is an Outstanding Blend of Farming and RPG

When Kitaria Fables was originally announced, I had paid very close attention to the development. After all, if you've read my stuff here on GamesReviews or my streams on YouTube, you know that these types of games are my bread and butter. Whether it's Story of Seasons or Garden Story, anything that mixes farming and role playing mechanics is almost an instant win in my opinion. And while Kitaria Fables has some faults, it is still a fantastic experience that shouldn't be missed!

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Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Review (Nintendo Switch)

Before I dive into my thoughts of Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions on Nintendo Switch, there are a few things I want to get out of the way. I'm not a boxing guy. I don't talk about boxing, I don't watch boxing, and until last week, I definitely don't play boxing games either. Anything in a ring has never excited me before, and that goes for both the real world, television, or video games. But there was something different and enticing about Big Rumble Boxing on Nintendo Switch, and despite it's faults, it's not bad either!

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Gambling Becoming More Popular in Canada

It was a rough start, but gambling is now hugely popular in Canada. 65 per cent of Canadians old enough to gamble will place an online bet in the coming year – a percentage that explains the $15m in sports betting. It’s true that until relatively recently, gambling within Canada was no easy feat. Premises had to be run by or licensed by the provincial government. Naturally, you could play online on sites meant for other country. But that just…

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Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain – Announcement Trailer

Nintendo announced Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain for the Nintendo Switch today. Check out the announcement trailer below and then come back for more information on the game. Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain was announced today by Nintendo. The game will coming out on December 3rd, 2021. Big Brain Academy looks very similar to the popular Brain Age series that started on the DS. Both games are all about testing your brain with brain teasers, both numerical, pictorial,…

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Five Final Fantasy Games Will Be Coming to PS Now

Square Enix remastered Final Fantasy 7-10 and 12 awhile back and soon…those will be coming to PS Now. Read on below to find out when you can play those games on the PS Now service. Final Fantasy 7-10 and 12 will be added to the PS Now service through 2022. Here are the dates that the games are expected: Final Fantasy 7 on September 7, 2021 Final Fantasy 8 Remastered on October 5, 2021 Final Fantasy 9 on November 2,…

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