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Microsoft Releases The Elite 2 Core Controller

The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 – Core in white and the Complete Component Pack are available today in select Xbox markets worldwide for $129.99 USD MSRP and $59.99 USD MSRP, respectively. The Core differs from the original Elite with a stripped-down version with a lower price tag but still delivers the quality build, battery life, and customization as the original just without the extra paddles, D-pads and thumb sticks. If you decided you do want to buy them…

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Xbox Doesn’t Have a Japanese Problem

It’s age-old, and muttered in concerned tones whenever the topic gets brought up: Xbox just doesn’t do well in Japan. This week, Microsoft proved that chestnut wrong. There was an inevitability about this topic, thanks partly to Sony’s massive success in the PS3 era and the Xbox One’s lack of success in the east last generation. Now that is changing. Thanks to hard work behind the scenes and the addition of the Series S, Xbox is on its way to…

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Yakuza Deserves Its Mainstream Moment

In the last 24 hours, SEGA has announced three new Yakuza games. And anybody who has ever played a Yakuza game will tell you that this is fantastic news – and that it deserves to be more. The franchise, now seemingly switching to its original title of Like a Dragon in the west, has been a very long-running franchise, but until remakes starting coming out and the franchise hit Game Pass I’m not sure it was hitting the audience it…

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Aquadine Review

So, first off let me say, coming into this review I knew absolutely nothing about Aquadine. I never heard from it, wasn’t on my radar or anything. Let’s check out the official description: After his mother was hospitalized for an unknown disease, Robin Liyun works as a part-time gondolier to make ends meet, but under an alias named Ciel. As he finishes giving tours one night, a mysterious voice lures him to discover a beautiful mermaid. She dives underwater shortly…

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It’s been a WEEK in Gaming

You know it’s been a good week in gaming news when you hit the weekend not knowing entirely where to start. PlayStation have put up their prices, Nintendo and Microsoft haven’t, and Amazon were buying EA (before they weren’t). That’s before we mention the now-finished sale of Square Enix’s western studios to Embracer, the Japanese call against PlayStation exclusivity and all this one a week that started with Sony being sued. And all of this has been set against the…

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Outright Games Launches Complete Editions for Peppa Pig and PJ Masks

It might not happen often, but I really do enjoy when companies release complete editions of their games that include all the previously released DLC. Today, Outright Games - the company famous for kid friendly experiences that just take a few hours - has launched two brand new Complete Editions for fans to enjoy - My Friend Peppa Pig and PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night.

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PGA TOUR 2K23 Brings “More Golf. More Game.” With the Iconic Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is back as the poster boy for PGA Tour 2K23, but this time with a bit of an extended role in the game’s development. This time he is also acting as Executive Director to advise the game’s development team, and now you can be Michael Jordan? Woods leads a roster of more than 14 male and female pros at launch, including Justin Thomas, Lexi Thompson, Tony Finau, Lydia Ko, Collin Morikawa, Will Zalatoris, Brooke Henderson and more. Players…

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Lego Bricktales Makes Its Way to Switch, Xbox, PC, and Playstation This Year

Lego Bricktales will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PC, and Playstation this year. We have the details and some thoughts below. Lego Bricktales will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PC, and Playstation in Quarter 4 2022. There is no specific release date for the game yet. It take place across five areas where you take on different challenges and quests. The levels will be jungles, deserts, cities, a medieval castle, and Caribbean islands. The game looks…

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Arcade Paradise Review

Welcome to Arcade Paradise, the 90’s-fuelled retro arcade adventure. Rather than washing rags for a living, you decide to turn the family laundromat into the ultimate arcade. Play, profit, and purchase new arcade machines, with over 35 to choose from, to build your very own Arcade Paradise!   This game takes the idea of playing retro inspired games but adds another layer on top of it to make it a little more interesting. Instead of just playing a random assortment…

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The Subscription Wars Are Heating Up

The console wars up to this point have just been a rehearsal. If you thought the endless lists of the 360/PS3 era were brutal, you’re going to need to sit down for the upcoming subscription wars. And this isn’t just losers on Twitter – things are heating up between Microsoft and Sony too. You may recall a few weeks ago I wrote about Sony’s concerns about Game Pass, published in a document related to the Activision purchase. Microsoft have responded,…

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