Month: July 2020

After just two days of being available on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview, Grounded has already racked up over one million unique players. This news comes just after we’ve learned that the game managed to hit over 12,000 concurrent users on Steam. This stunning number was revealed through a post on Xbox’s site by Adam
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Just under a year ago, video game peripheral maker Genki announced the Kickstarter campaign for their next product: the Covert Dock. Touted as the ‘most coveted Switch accessory,’ the Genki dock makes a simple promise: it’s a portable dock and wall charger. The size of any standard AC to USB adapter, it provides almost everything
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A few weeks ago, Nintendo made the surprise announcement that they were debuting some new Paper Mario: The Origami King gameplay and a new title from WayForward from a franchise that they hadn’t worked on in the past. Given that we haven’t had a formal Nintendo Direct for a while, this immediately made fans excited
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A few weeks ago, Nintendo made the surprise announcement that they were debuting some new Paper Mario: The Origami King gameplay and a new title from WayForward from a franchise that they hadn’t worked on in the past. Given that we haven’t had a formal Nintendo Direct for a while, this immediately made fans excited
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Square Enix held their most recent round table event for Marvel’s Avengers this afternoon and revealed fan-favourite Hawkeye will be the first of four characters coming to the game sometime after launch. Following this, Epic also revealed some news regarding their latest crossover between Fortnite and Marvel’s band of superheroes. Revealed in a blog post
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With the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt in 2015, one of the most heartening elements of its rugged main character, Geralt of Rivia, was the fact that Geralt showed a softer, more endearing side of his personality with Ciri. By taking on a more fatherly role in his relationship with Ciri, The Witcher 3 made
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Private Division, for those who aren’t aware, is a publishing arm of Take-Two Interactive. Working to compliment Rockstar and 2K, they focus on helping smaller indie studios bring their games to market – most notably publishing The Outer Worlds and Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition. Looking to expand themselves further, Private division has today announced
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Coming over three years after its initial release on PS4, PC players will finally be able to look forward to starting their journey as Aloy with the upcoming PC release of Horizon Zero Dawn next week. Aside from getting to play the original game in its entirety, the PC version will noticeably feature extra bells
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Razer, one of the larger companies in the high-end gaming peripheral market, is partnering with Halo for a new series of hardware themed around the console-defining franchise. Announced only via a tweet from Razer’s official Twitter account, real details on this collaboration are scant. The announcement tweet below does say that players will be able to
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Yesterday saw Obsidian Entertainment’s survival shooter Grounded launch into Early Access, and it seems as if the game is incredibly popular on Steam as it scurries up into the top-selling charts. Grounded finds players shrunk down to the size of a bug, traversing the world in the grass with up to three friends. The game takes a different
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