First Five Dragon Age Comics Bundle Available For Pre-Order

Dragon Age is a phenomenal RPG experience from BioWare that goes well beyond just the games. From an animated movie starring a younger Cassandra Pentaghast to comics and movies that stunningly bridge the gaps between our times in Thedas, the lore of Dragon Age is extensive indeed. If you haven’t...

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Outriders Delayed to April, Free Demo Launching In February

Shooter/RPG Outriders has been delayed to April 1, nearly two months after its original February 2 release date. Developer People Can Fly tempered the bad news by announcing that a free demo will be available on February 25 to give eager players a big taste of what’s in store.  In...

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Player Impressively Recreates Pokemon Center In-Game

Animal Crossing: New Horizons players are always creating impressive feats in-game, whether it be recreations of other popular franchises or unique islands all their own. The latest tribute has one Animal Crossing player faithfully recreating a Pokemon Center on their island and it’s a pretty neat way to fan out...

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Bungie Addresses Destiny 2: Beyond Light Coup De Grace Mission Bug

The usual Tuesday update is now live for Destiny 2: Beyond Light players and while it was mostly good, there is a bug concerning the Coup De Grace mission which makes it seemingly impossible to finish. Bungie is working on a fix, but in the meantime, the studio did offer...

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Microsoft Asks Xbox Series X Owners If They’d Be Interested In PS5 DualSense-Features

Both the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 are incredible systems, each with something unique to offer gamers depending on what they are looking for. That being said, the PS5 DualSense controller has been something extraordinary, with even more immersive haptics and a design that feels unbelievable. Players aren’t...

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First Super Nintendo World Commercial Revealed, Website Now Live

Super Nintendo World is an immersive themepark that is opening its doors in Japan this February. It’s a fun area designed specifically around beloved Nintendo franchises, giving fans a rich, fan service-driven experience that even offers AR enhancements. To celebrate the coming opening, a new commercial just aired in Japan...

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Madden NFL 21 Franchise Update Adds Smarter CPU Draft Logic And More Commissioner Tools

After Madden NFL 21 brought minimal updates to franchise mode at launch, the community pounded on the studio’s digital door, demanding more meaningful updates to the popular mode. The studio promised to “fix franchise” as its community requested, with the first update hitting last November. That initial update added things like X-Factor and...

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Microsoft Plans To Fix Disconnecting Xbox Series X Controller Issues

The Xbox Series X is, undoubtedly, a powerful console. With high resolution graphics, impressive performance speed (quick resume turned out to be as awesome as Microsoft claimed), and extremely short load times, players can get into the action at a faster rate while enjoying a newfound level of detail and...

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A Third-Party Company Is Selling A Small Amount Of Black PS5s This Week

Remember how sleek and modern the PlayStation 2 looked when it first came out? A third-party store, called SUP3R5, is releasing black PlayStation 5’s as a call-back to the classic PS2 console. That means that the white plating that accompanies the day-one PS5 and DualSense controller will be black instead. Additionally, the...

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The Sinking City Returning To Digital Storefronts After Publisher Dispute

You might remember The Sinking City, a Lovecraftian horror game that launched in June 2019 to middling reviews (read ours here). The game was delisted in August 2020 due to a nasty contract dispute between developer Frogwares and publisher BigBen Interactive/Nacon. After months of litigation, the French court has ruled...

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