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Diablo II: Resurrected Announce Trailer

Diablo 2: Resurrected has been announced for PC and consoles. It will be coming out in 2021! Diablo 2: Resurrected will be coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. It currently has no release date other than 2021. The game has remastered graphics. It will be the second Diablo game on the Nintendo Switch! We reviewed Diablo 3: Eternal Collection for the Switch, twice actually here and here, and liked it a lot. Will…

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I’m Sick of Silent Hill

It’s been nine years next month since the last Silent Hill game was released, but people can’t stop talking about this damn franchise. Insiders everywhere know the next game is coming very, very soon. They promise. Honestly. It’s definitely going to be announced at the next big event. Trust me, it definitely is. Unless it isn’t, then it will be announced at some other time. Also, it’s going to be exclusive to PS5. Maybe not, things might have changed. But…

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Harvest Moon & Story of Seasons Giveaway Portal

Thanks for stopping by our giveaway page! With the launch of Harvest Moon: One World and Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town, we wanted to give you the oppertunity to win a copy of either of those games in the form of a $60 Amazon Gift Card! Or, you can use the gift card for whatever you want - we won't judge you if you pass on some of the best farming simulation titles available on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

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Last Bets In: Will Bethesda Games Stay Exclusive?

By Monday, there’s every chance the Zenimax/Bethesda purchase will be over and Doom, Fallout, Elder Scrolls and a host of other IPs will become Microsoft exclusives. Although it depends what you want to believe. Depending where you get your news from, it may be you believe PS5 owners will continue to get these legendary IPs. Certainly over the next few weeks, the sale is going to go through, and Microsoft will be able to give a more definitive roadmap for…

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Xbox launching a new wireless headset

Xbox is launching a new Xbox Wireless Headset designed to provide superior audio and chat quality at an affordable price, according to a post on Xbox Wire.   The new headset is available for preorder now and will launch on March 16, costing $99.99 in the US and $129.99 in Canada. The headset “delivers best-in-class audio and chat performance, outstanding design and comfort, and unique experiences that are tailored for each gamer.”   It will support Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos,…

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Square Enix: Should Sony Make An Offer?

The rumour mill’s latest target is Square Enix – and Twitter think’s Sony may have already made an offer. The narrative is a bit muddy. Square won’t be fully bought out, but will somehow become a PlayStation Studios developer. That means Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider and a host of other classics will become exclusive. How likely is this? What would it do for the gaming industry? Final Final Fantasy (on Xbox and PC)? Let’s face it, a Twitter random announcing…

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It’s Time For Xbox Live Gold To Go

In an age where you can play anywhere with Xbox, it’s a little unfair that only a portion of users have to pay for Xbox Live Gold. “Because it makes money” is not a good justification for a service or product. “It makes money because it is good value” or “because it provides something unique and entertaining” is fine. “Because we shut out part of our service if you don’t pay” is not. And I know Xbox isn’t the only…

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Thirty Years of id Software

Doom is probably one of the most influential titles of all time. Why? You had to be there. id created something that changed the course of video game history. It’d be a lie to say there was nothing else like it at the time, although it wouldn’t be too big an exaggeration. Wolfenstein – again from id – had come out the year before. But there was something that just clicked with Doom. It probably helped that it was eventually…

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Sega – It’s Time For a Buyout

For a company most famous for its speedy mascot, Sega has been pretty backward about coming forward. Let’s face it, the glory days of Sega are far, far behind them. Gone are the genre-leading Dreamcast and Megadrive days. Instead, we’re left with a company not really pushing to its limit. Revivals of old IP – even the brilliant Sonic Mania and Streets of Rage 4 – are experiments outside of the main teams that develop these games. Besides that, we’re…

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Re:verse has potential – even if it doesn’t seem it

Re:verse – finally! It’s the third-person action shooter starring characters from the Resident Evil franchise – you know, the one we’ve all been asking for? Okay, it’s the weird multiplayer addition nobody ever even hinted at wanting, but get through the initial shock and maybe, just maybe, it won’t be as bad as all that. See, there’s one simple issue: hype. If this was some rubbish little tie-in that was just an extra option in Village, nobody would care. It’s…

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