Month: December 2021

There are decent Halo Infinite players, really great players, ranked Onyx players, and then there’s Remy “Mint Blitz,” an Australian streamer who won more than 100 free-for-all matches in a row.  First reported by Kotaku, Mint Blitz originally set out to win 50 consecutive free-for-all matches in the recently-released (and free-to-play) multiplayer portion of Halo Infinite.
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Image: Koei Tecmo via Nintendo Video game companies around the globe have been preparing for 2022 for some time now, and it includes Koei Tecmo. In an end-of-year 4Gamer feature, the Japanese company teased what’s to come in the new year. Apparently, it intends to reveal a number of projects that have been in development
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Every year our clone forms degrade, and Katharine spends the winter break copying each consciousness into a new body. Don’t worry: we can’t feel a thing! Since our new forms are still coming online from their time spent in the primordial flesh soup vat of the RPS Treehouse, we can’t post over Christmas, so we’ve
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This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following content: Activities: Earn DOUBLE My Nintendo Gold Points – For a limited time, you can earn double My Nintendo Gold Points when you purchase select digital games. That means you can earn up to 10% in Gold Points – which you can then use toward your next eligible digital game
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Another day, another entry into the sort of “party game” genre. This time around, the offering is called Crazy Trucks from Prison Games; a game that promises to bring a fun spin on the super serious world of monster trucks. Taken straight from the shady arena of mobile gaming, can it make the transition from
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Every year our clone forms degrade, and Katharine spends the winter break copying each consciousness into a new body. Don’t worry: we can’t feel a thing! Since our new forms are still coming online from their time spent in the primordial flesh soup vat of the RPS Treehouse, we can’t post over Christmas, so we’ve
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If there’s a more generic name for a vertical scrolling space shooter than Galaxy Shooter, I’m yet to see it. But that’s exactly what we’ve got from Fantastico Studio; a pretty generic shmup that is capable of providing genre fanatics with the type of experience they need. It’s pretty good too – at least whilst
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