Month: July 2020

Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. “Skater XL is being poised as a platform but on console it still feels a bit too much like a prototype. Regular glimpses of promise appear when I operate within its limits and focus on managing its complex controls and
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Despite all of the new info about Halo Infinite we got last week, some details were conspicuously absent. Namely, Microsoft and 343 Industries weren’t talking about multiplayer, which is traditionally a major draw for the series.  Today, the official Halo Twitter account confirmed rumors that the upcoming game’s multiplayer mode will be free-to-play, making it accessible
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Fragments of the Source Wall, a solid barrier surrounding the Multiverse, are raining down on the island nation of Themyscira. The Amazon’s magnificent home is now dimensionally-patchworked as the multiverse they once knew is collapsing and merging around them. The Sphere of Gods, home to the gods and immortals that exist within the Multiverse, lies
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Unlike the Birdman’s games – or the one with actual birds in it – Skater XL is a serious and mostly authentic and grounded simulation of skateboarding and it innovates in a truly engrossing way with its nuanced and tricky two-stick control system. There have been times over the last several days when I’ve become
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Destroy All Humans! reviewed by Dan Stapleton on PC. Also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. “Blasting through the bright and cheery 1950s world of Destroy All Humans! is a simple but satisfying kind of fun, and there’s a lot to be said for that. Just like the original, this remaster’s comedy is a
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We are well into the summer of 2020, during a time of global pandemic where many of us are stuck inside for most of the day. If you’re a fan of Dark Souls, Bloodborne, etc., then you may be anxiously awaiting Elden Ring’s release. Developer Cradle Games is hoping to quench your Souls-like thirst with
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Tom Clancy is anime now. At least he will be, with the reported announcement of an animated series based on long-dormant sneak ’em up Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell. While he’s been out of the videogame space a long time, it seems like Netflix and Ubisoft are bringing Sam Fisher back via the streaming service, greenlighting
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Greetings, PlayStation Slayers! For the uninitiated, Dauntless is a free-to-play co-op action RPG that’s all about feeling like a badass while taking down boss-sized Behemoths with your friends in the world of the Shattered Isles. We’ve released over a dozen content updates since we launched on PlayStation 4 last May, and with our latest, we’re
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Fans of Super Heroes, Wonder Woman, Old Gods, New Gods, and collapsing multiverses have a lot to look forward to in Wonderverse, our next episode launching today!  Whether you are looking for an end-game challenge or just starting your journey, Wonderverse delivers. Remember, anyone level 15+ can play the more accessible event versions of our newest
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