Month: August 2021

Hello, PlayStation Nation! It’s that time of year when we get to unpack all the exciting gameplay enhancements and new features coming your way with NBA 2K22! We had an ambitious feature list that we wanted to tackle this year: faster-paced gameplay, tighter and more responsive movement, more skill-based offense, and big changes to the
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TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week is back for 2021, and PC gaming has never been better – or more important. The PC continues to be the best place to play games if you’re after sheer breadth of game types. From obscure indie games to visually stunning AAA titles, our humble PCs (or tricked out rigs) let
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When Sony launched its revised PlayStation 5, one thing users picked up on is that the new system is 11.6 ounces (330g) lighter than its predecessor. This is nearly a pound of weight. Enthusiast investigations have found where Sony managed
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Howdy hunters! Autumn is right around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited to finally welcome PlayStation fans to Rancho del Arroyo, the brand-new desert reserve for the immersive hunting game theHunter: Call of the Wild. Inspired by the grandiose Sonoran Desert in Northern Mexico, this stunning reserve includes five unique new animal species
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Naughty Dog co-president Neil Druckmann has said that while it’s “unfortunate” that some players didn’t like The Last of Us Part II, he “stands by the game” the studio made. In a lengthy interview with Game Informer, Druckmann was asked how Naughty Dog dealt with the intense criticism from a proportion of The Last of
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With the Death Stranding: Director’s Cut on the way, it looks like Hideo Kojima is far from done with the breakout universe for his Kojima Productions studio. In a recent interview, Norman Reedus, who played Sam Porter Bridges in the game, stated that a sequel is currently “in negotiations.” In a recent interview with Adoro Cinema (courtesy of Twitter
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Image: Capcom Throughout the Nintendo Life Video Game Music Festival we’re speaking to a range of composers and musicians for a mixture of in-depth interviews and shorter, sharper (and perhaps a little goofier) Q&As where we ask just ten rapid-fire personal questions; we’re calling these shorter features ‘Quick Beats’. Following on from our recent in-depth
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Bungie has temporarily disabled both the Hunters’ Radiant Dance Machines Hunter leg armour and the Titans’ Wormgod Caress in Destiny 2 after it was discovered both were conferring uninentional bonuses to players in the Crucible and Gambit modes. Radiant Dance Machines (a new Hunter exotic) have been disabled in both the Crucible and Gambit modes
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The original Legend of Zelda turned 35 this year. Widely regarded as one of the best games of all time, it’s spawned a list of games longer than my arm, your arm and everyone you know’s arm put together. They don’t call them Zelda clones for no reason, y’know.  And now, we have another one.
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Activision Blizzard lawsuit Publisher Activision Blizzard, responsible for the game this article refers to, is currently embroiled in ongoing litigation in regards to claims reporting a workplace culture that allegedly enabled acts of sexual harassment, abuse and discrimination. Read our Activision Blizzard lawsuit timeline of events for ongoing coverage of the events. It’s official: Diablo
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Twitter user PSN Releases, who posts data pulled from PlayStation Network servers, has found a listing for Lost Judgment‘s demo on the Japanese PlayStation Store. A translation of the entry, which is for the PS4 version, reads Lost Judgment: Unjudged Memory Trial Version. The game 審判之逝:湮滅的記憶 體驗版 with id CUSA29956 has been added to the PS4 asian
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