How The Mass Effect Legendary Edition Brought Back The Feeling Of BioWare From The Past

The Mass Effect trilogy remains one of the most incredible stories in gaming. The journey as Commander Shepard began with the first game, and from there, gamers were enthralled (but not indoctrinated) by the tale of uniting a galaxy at any cost. Ahead of the release of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, we...

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10 PlayStation Announcements Loom In State Of Play Broadcast This Thursday

Just last week we witnessed the return of Nintendo Directs, bringing announcements like Splatoon 3, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, and Project Triangle Strategy. Now, Sony has announced the return of its own Direct-style streams, meaning fans can get ready for an all-new State of Play broadcast this Thursday. ...

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Final Fantasy XVI Easy Mode Could Be On The Way

When Final Fantasy XVI was first announced towards the end of 2020, I was almost positive that the game was a next-gen-enhanced continuation of Final Fantasy XIV’s MMO formula. The visuals were reminiscent of A Realm Reborn’s fantastical art direction and Creative Business Unit III’s involvement spoke for itself. However,...

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New Report Paints A Dark Picture About Dying Light 2’s Development

The question “Where is Dying Light 2?” has been on many minds since the indefinite delay announcement back in January 2020, and now that same question is back following reports about the culture within Techland and a lack of direction for the choice-heavy sequel.  In a report from The Gamer,...

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Cult Classic El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron Is Coming To PC

Remember El Shaddai? The bizarre 2011 title blended a unique take on stylish action and a dreamlike aesthetic with a narrative heavily steeped in biblical lore. The cult classic has been trapped on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for the last decade, but it’s getting a new lease on life with a...

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Frogger Is Becoming A Live-Action Competition Where Players Become The Frog

Ever since video games became successful, film and television adaptations have been pursued. Whether you’re talking the Super Mario Bros. Super Show in 1989, the long-running Pokémon anime, or the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie, the results have been as varied as the games they’ve attempted to adapt. While Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and...

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How Warp Pipes Will Work In Animal Crossing: New Horizons For Super Mario Event

The Super Mario event is headed to Animal Crossing: New Horizons for players to enjoy and it brings with it a ton of unique ways for the two franchises to intertwine. Coins, Warp Pipes, costumes, and more are on the way, but some have been wondering exactly how the Warp...

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D&D Returns To Gothic Horror With Ravenloft Setting

Wizards of the Coast today announced the impending arrival of Van Richten’s Guide to Ravenloft, coming to D&D players on May 18. Older Dungeons & Dragons players will need little introduction to the concept of Ravenloft; the setting saw its inception in an early AD&D adventure module from 1983, before...

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Hitman 3 February Patch Adds New Unlockable Suit, Contracts, And Various Improvements

Hitman 3 launched last month and while we loved it, it certainly didn’t have the smoothest launch. Between server issues, entitlements to past campaign content, and other bugs, developer IO Interactive had its work cut out for it in the immediate aftermath of launch. While many of the issues have been...

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Xbox Games With Gold March 2021 Free Games Revealed

The Xbox Games With Gold February 2021 lineup is still available for those interested in the freebies available this month. Still, for those looking forward to what’s next, Microsoft has revealed what the Xbox Games With Gold March 2021 lineup looks like. Just like every month, March will offer a...

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