Month: September 2021

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous reviewed by Rowan Kaiser on PC. Coming to Xbox and PlayStation in March 2022. Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous has to live up to the expectations of being a Pathfinder adaptation, a sequel to the fascinating if messy Kingmaker, and the next big ambitious isometric RPG. Perhaps shockingly, it succeeds
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We love a good saga. And when that saga comes with the Asdivine tag attached to it, pushed out straight from KEMCO HQ, we probably love it even more. Bit of luck then that Asdivine Saga has made waves onto Xbox, eh! Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series
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Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is big. It is a massive, life-dominating endeavor likely to take weeks of playing before completion, dominating your thoughts and plans during that time. Sometimes that size means spending hours on frustrating time as an army manager, but the role-playing, exploring, and especially combat make it very much worth it.
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Amid ongoing discussions around safe, diverse, and inclusive workplaces in the games industry, Destiny 2 developer Bungie has decided to remove the mandatory arbitration clause from all of its employment contracts. This comes as part of the company’s ongoing efforts and transparency around fostering a safe and welcoming environment for everyone. Bungie CEO Pete Parsons published
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Complications due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Delta variant of the virus have caused the cancellation of another gaming event. This time, it was the culmination of this year’s online Evolution Championship Series, commonly known as Evo, which was set for an in-person event this November. The cancellation announcement came in a statement on the
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Outer Wilds: Echoes of the Eye reviewed by Tom Marks on PC, also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. Echoes of the Eye is a wonderful return to the clockwork solar system of Outer Wilds, even if its occasional horror game sections aren’t quite as interesting as what came before. #IGN #Gaming #OuterWilds
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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal two-minute review  The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal is a luxury product aimed at those who want a headset that can basically do it all. It can connect to your Xbox console directly or to your smartphone via Bluetooth, and it can also connect to devices using a 3.5mm headphone
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Want to learn about Azoth in New World? Azoth is a very important resource that you will use for some crucial activities in New World, including fast travel and crafting. You’ll do those often in an MMO, so Azoth’s pretty darn useful. This guide will explain everything that you need to know about Azoth, including
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