Month: March 2020

Control’s first major expansion, The Foundation, is pretty much everything you would want out of an expansion to the game. There’s a large new area to explore full of new enemies, documents to find and read, altered items to contain, a new ability to help with exploration and combat, easter eggs and secrets to find,
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2020 was set to be a big year for id Software and Bethesda’s annual QuakeCon event. Not only is the video game industry itself in the midst of a major shift with next-gen platforms on the horizon, but QuakeCon itself was set to celebrate its own 25th anniversary. Unfortunately, just like many other gaming conventions
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Developer Mojang announced just a few weeks back that its upcoming dungeon crawler, Minecraft Dungeons, would potentially be delayed out of its planned April launch window as a result of new development pipelines that had come about in the wake of the coronavirus causing developers at the studio to work from home. As of today, Mojang
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The Switch iteration of The Outer Worlds was supposed to have already released by now, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic caused the game to be delayed indefinitely earlier this year. Fortunately, now that the outbreak has died down in China, which is where the Switch port’s developer, Virtuos, is located out of, Private Division has today
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You might have to wait a few more days to explore the grimy, zombie-filled streets of Raccoon City yourself, but, fortunately for you, a few of DualShockers‘ staff has braved the horrors of Resident Evil 3 and lived to tell about it. Managing Editor Logan Moore, Video Manager Mario Rivera, and I, Senior Staff Writer
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Xbox’s next generation won’t have an OXM to run alongside it. The Official Xbox Magazine was shut down last week by its publisher Future, Eurogamer reported Monday,with its remaining staff let go. OXM was one of six magazines to be shut down by the UK-based media company, according to the report, but was the lone
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It’s been already decades since we started tearing the demons apart in the DOOM franchise, and the series is still alive. While it’s always been known for its first-person and immersive view that engages players deeply in the experience, have you ever asked yourself what would happen if you play DOOM in a third-person view?
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As many have started working or attending school remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, home internet bandwidth becomes a problem for anyone trying to complete work online. Steam has introduced some changes to some of its features to help alleviate some bandwidth issues people may have. Beginning this week, Steam will make changes to how
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Riot Games is finally expanding its portfolio with Valorant, a 5v5 character-based tactical first-person shooter. While details about the game have begun to emerge, it has yet to be available to the public. That all changes with the recently announced Valorant Closed Beta which gives players around the world a chance to check out the
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With its release a few weeks ago, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has already taken the world by storm. Given the circumstances with the coronavirus, settling on a remote island sounds pretty good right now. Thankfully, Animal Crossing has delivered that and then some. Of course, plenty of Animal Crossing fans have also imagined some creative crossovers with other
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With its release in 2017, NieR: Automata quickly became one of the most acclaimed games in a year that saw plenty of other acclaimed games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Persona 5, and many more. Thanks to its compelling story, haunting world, and fast-paced action gameplay, NieR: Automata became a cult classic that still is
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