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Today, Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) revealed the official soundtrack of EA SPORTS FC™ 24, defining a new era with the sounds of The World’s Game. The soundtrack features songs from a global list of artists, both beloved and upcoming, that will inspire players throughout EA SPORTS FC 24. Featuring over 100 artists from around the globe, with an unprecedented cross-section of genres, the far-reaching track list showcases a range of global hitmakers, from Major Lazer to The Blessed Madonna …

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BLACKLYTE Soft Launch Now, Desks and Chairs for Gamers.

Get ready to immerse yourself in a world where technology meets lifestyle, as Blacklyte brilliantly combines the realms of work and play like never before. Their vision is to empower you with a lifestyle that’s not just smart, but truly extraordinary!  Experience illuminated living and elevate your day-to-day with Blacklyte’s cutting-edge products, including the new Atlas Gaming Desk and Ares and Athena Chairs – all ingeniously designed with groundbreaking technology and innovative features that enable customers to personalize their space…

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Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth Looks Like A Technical Triumph

,I’ve made no secret about my love for Final Fantasy VII. The remake was a long-awaited treasure, and this week’s trailer for its sequel, Rebirth, made me pre-order immediately. It will be a masterpiece. And while I’m mostly saying that as an excited fan, it’s undeniable that the trailer showed a game that I didn’t think was possible. The scope and scale of Final Fantasy 7: Rebirth is something far in excess of what I expected. Suddenly the “coming on…

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The Great Unity Meltdown

Game engines aren’t supposed to cause major problems for their users. Usually when they do, it’s accidental. This week Unity bucked that trend. And while there is no shortage of column space around this very issue, it’s worth another look. It could very easily impact on the way we all play our games old and new. So as a quick recap: Unity decided to change their deal with developers. They would charge a set fee of $0.20 for every download…

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Robot Quest Arena Unboxing

A few months ago, I remember seeing the Kickstarter campaign for Robot Quest Arena, and as much as I wanted to back the project, I was swamped in board game work already and wasn't sure I would find time to get it onto the table after it arrived. The Kickstarter finally delivered this month, and when I saw it was an option for us to review, I reached out hopeful that we could take this game for a spin after all. Although this isn't an impression article or a review, I can tell you after a few plays that I'm disappointed I didn't pull the trigger on the Kickstarter version, which comes with a LOT more content in the box. To that end, join me as I unbox the Retail Version of Robot Quest Arena.

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Tons of New Star Wars: Shatterpoint Content Coming from Atomic Mass Games

On Friday, Atomic Mass Games dropped a ton of news about new content coming to Star Wars Shatterpoint during a livestream. There was a lot to digest, and while we won’t break down absolutely everything that was shown off in written details, here is a picture gallery for you to enjoy, as well as some of my comments!

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Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord | Early Access Launch Trailer

Digital Eclipse has brought us such amazing things as recent Atari 50 collection and the TMNT Cowabunga Collection. Their next project looks even more special if thats possible. Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord was announced today. Check out the trailer and then come back here for more information on this game. Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord is a remake of the original Wizardry PC game. Digital Eclipse, who did the Atari 50 and TMNT collections, is…

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Disney Lorcana – Rise of the Floodborn Officially Announced

With major stock woes plaguing the popularity of Disney Lorcana, Ravensburger is pushing forward with their plans to release Chapter 2 of the highly collectible trading card game title, Rise of the Floodborn. Brand new starter decks, deck boxes, sleeves, and mats, here is hoping the Chapter 2 launch of Disney Lorcana goes smoother than Chapter 1, and that Ravensburger plans to do something about Local Game Stores (LGS) selling at ridiculous prices. “The response to the release of the…

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Life of the Amazonia – Impressions After One Play

Last night, my father-in-law, my wife and a friend sat down at the table to play Life of the Amazonia, the latest game successfully Kickstarted by Bad Comet Games. “’Life of the Amazonia’ is a medium-weight strategic meeple placing game that combines bag building and pattern building. In Life of the Amazonia, you’ll be invited to the lush jungle of the Amazon to join in the mission of building an ecologically rich jungle. The beautiful animals of the Amazon will…

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Disney Lorcana – One Week Later: Is there stock?

Disney Lorcana had it’s final launch last week Friday, so it’s been a week since the game has been available at both Local Game Stores (LGS) and big box stores like Walmart, Target, and GameStop. What we know is that Ravensburger has said they would print Disney Lorcana to meet demand. What they did NOT promise, however, was to make sure there would be stock for everyone. So after a week, let’s take a look and see what the Disney…