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SHAW Communications Gearing Up For Earth Day

If you've been paying attention to the website, my twitter account, or even my YouTube channel, you know I've been playing a lot of farming simulation titles like Story of Seasons, Harvest Moon, and Stardew Valley! Now I can actually play these games and do some good on April 22nd, on Earth Day.

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Release: Survival-Horror Cult Hit “Song of Horror” Stalks Onto PlayStation & Xbox on 28th May

Barcelona, Spain - Tuesday 20th April 2021 - Having kick-started its movement to both refresh and honour the survival-horror genre with Song of Horror on PC, Raiser Games and Protocol Games are utterly spooked to announce that the game will come to both PlayStation and Xbox consoles as one single release on 28th May 2021.

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Microsoft to start testing browser based cloud gaming

Today on Xbox Wire, they announced that Microsoft is launching xbox.com/play where select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members can play over 100 games from the cloud on Windows 10 PCs and Apple mobile phones & tablets devices through web browsers. Microsoft will begin rolling out invites to select Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members in the following 22 supported countries on Tuesday and continue to send invites out to more members throughout the beta: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,…

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PlayStation 5

The PlayStation Gloom is Hilarious (But so are the Defenders)

PlayStation is doomed, and the Sony empire is going to crumble under the weight of the egos of a few executives. That’s what I’ve heard anyway. An unfortunate series of events for the blue camp has led to a troubling air of dismay, and it’s some of the PlayStation die-hard who are feeling it the worst. MLB: The Show coming to Xbox and being on Game Pass, Kojima supposedly working with Xbox, the closure of the PS3 and Vita stores,…

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Cozy Grove is Limiting Fun…In a Good Way

It seems that anytime a video game launches in 2021, we are all eager to blow through it as fast as possible. Hell, folks are taking days of work to play their favourite video games for hours on end, to drink up every moment of the story, find every collectible, and more. Unless you plan on fast traveling, Cozy Grove has taken on the Animal Crossing  philosophy that 30 minutes to an hour of gameplay is all that is really necessary per day, keeping you invested in the game for longer periods of time without burning you out within the first week. I've been ...

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[email protected] Titles for the Week of April 5th

Here are the [email protected] titles for the week of April 5, 2021.

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Avengers Is Coming to PlayStation Now – And That’s Perfect

It’s no great surprise, but Avengers is finally making it to a subscription service. The Little Game That Should’ve But Couldn’t is finally going to find the home it deserves. That’s not an insult. We are in a period of transition – the old way of selling games is dying and a new one is upon us. Not only should Avengers have started its life on PlayStation Now and Xbox Game Pass, but it probably shouldn’t ever have been sold…

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It’s Time for a New Banjo-Kazooie

Banjo-Kazooie represents everything great about the golden age of Nintendo. Except for one thing: it’s owned by Microsoft. Everything about the bear and bird’s original 1998 adventure has Nintendo DNA in it. From the graphics to the sound to the gameplay, it is a first-party N64 game through and through. But it’s not 1998 anymore. Just like Banjo pushed on from Mario 64 back in the day, a top-quality Mario clone on Game Pass would need to build on what…

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Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Delayed

Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga was delayed before and…now its been delayed again. Check out the statement from TT Games below and then please join us for some thoughts on the announcement. It is disappointing that Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga has been delayed again. That said, the world is a very different place right now. Its amazing that more games haven’t been delayed, it has happened so much with movies and television. We don’t know for sure…

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Australia and New Zealand Have Real Potential for the Games Industry

There’s an opportunity for games to be big in New Zealand and Australia. They’re not usually countries that we think of when we try to name development locations. Traditionally that was more based in Asia, America or central Europe. But the trade body for developers in New Zealand and Australia says there’s real potential for gaming to make a splash down under. Australia and New Zealand – Potential for Growth The Interactive Games & Entertainment Association says a push to…

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