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Shadow Complex Meets Max Payne in Devolver Digital's My Friend Pedro
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Shadow Complex Meets Max Payne in Devolver Digital's My Friend Pedro
An over-the-top action game that looks and features bananas. Originally announced at E3 2018 - My Friend Pedro has been on our radar for quite sometime. And with today's new and very stylish trailer - we now know that it's on track for release on PC and Nintendo Switch this June.

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Watch This - Inside Final Fantasy IX Goes Behind the Scenes of the RPG Classic
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Watch This - Inside Final Fantasy IX Goes Behind the Scenes of the RPG Classic
Originally released for the Sony PlayStation console in the year 2000, as the last Final Fantasy title to hit the 32-bit machine before making the jump to PlayStation 2, it quickly became a fan favourite. And Final Fantasy IX is currently available to play or replay on all major platforms. With Square Enix set to release just about every classic Final Fantasy game in 2019, a new video series called Inside Final Fantasy takes a look at the development.

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Sea of Thieves Anniversary Update Brings Fishing, Story Quests, and More
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Sea of Thieves Anniversary Update Brings Fishing, Story Quests, and More
In what's being described as the biggest update to the game so far, due for release on April 30. The Sea of Thieves Anniversary Update will deploy to celebrate year of sailing the high seas - including the previously talked about PvP competitive Arena mode, Tall Tales - Shores of Gold story quests, and a new The Hunter’s Call faction.

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Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Announced - Coming 2020
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Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Announced - Coming 2020
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines released in 2004 where it quickly became a cult classic for just about anyone who played it. The ability to play as one of several different Vampire classes and then approach quests and characters in various ways, it was a true hallmark for the RPG genre. And now, after all this time we're getting a proper sequel!

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Upcoming VR Shooter, Space Junkies, is Now Available in Open Beta
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Upcoming VR Shooter, Space Junkies, is Now Available in Open Beta
And we've had our hands, and heads, on this a few times now and can tell you it's a lot of bloody fun. The open beta, which takes place from March 25, 10PM AEDT on PSVR, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality, will actually allow full cross-play support, Ubisoft has revealed.

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Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta Kicks off on March 28
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Mortal Kombat 11 Closed Beta Kicks off on March 28
A closed beta for Mortal Kombat 11 starts on March 28 and will run through until April 1st for anyone who pre-ordered the game on PS4 or Xbox One, and will feature five playable characters, including fan-favourite Scorpion.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Finally Gets its Ray-Traced Shadows RTX Update
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider Finally Gets its Ray-Traced Shadows RTX Update
When the new line of NVIDIA RTX cards launched last year one of the first major releases listed as implementing the groundbreaking new real-time ray-tracing tech was Shadow of the Tomb Raider. And as that initial announcement came before the game's release, we've been waiting a while to see what ray-traced shadows might bring to the table.

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Battlefield V: Firestorm Impresses in its New Deep Dive Trailer
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Battlefield V: Firestorm Impresses in its New Deep Dive Trailer
Launching next week for Battlefield V, the long awaited Battle Royale mode Firestorm continues to impress in its latest deep dive. From the line-up of vehicles ranging from tractors to tanks to the map that is ten times the size of Battlefield V's biggest, the best part is that it looks like all the best parts of Battlefield are here in full.

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Steam Events and Library Update Coming Soon
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Steam Events and Library Update Coming Soon
At GDC this week Valve spent sometime to talk about the future of Steam, and although Epic Games Store wasn't brought up specifically, the specter of the new store on the block was felt by everyone in the room. That aside, Valve was on hand to present some new features coming to the platform - namely an overhaul to the library as well as Steam Events.

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Vampyr and Marvel Vs Capcom 3 Headline Xbox Game Pass Additions in the Works
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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Vampyr and Marvel Vs Capcom 3 Headline Xbox Game Pass Additions in the Works
Xbox Game Pass is beginning to present itself as a catalyst for change in our industry. With yesterday's Google Stadia reveal, rumours of Game Pass coming to Nintendo Switch and the games industry on the whole eyeing off a Netflix-like streaming platform for gaming, it's a very interesting time to be a gamer. Ahead of all those things taking place though, Microsoft continues to fill their Game Pass library with quality, building what will be all-important quantity.

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Watch This - 20 Minutes of the 'Back on Track' System Shock Remake
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Watch This - 20 Minutes of the 'Back on Track' System Shock Remake
It's been a wild ride so far regarding Nightdive Studios' System Shock remake - a project that initially aimed to recreate the 1994 classic with a modern look and feel. Where after a successful crowdfunding campaign the scope of the project grew to become a sort of reboot or re-imagining. And with the scope growing too large, the title was put on hold where it's now back in remake territory.

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Cadence of Hyrule is a The Legend of Zelda Indie from the Creators of Crypt of the NecroDancer
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Cadence of Hyrule is a The Legend of Zelda Indie from the Creators of Crypt of the NecroDancer
Where rhythm meets action in the land of Hyrule. The surprise announcement came earlier today as part of a new Nintendo Switch 'Nindies' broadcast showcasing upcoming indie titles coming to the platform. Cadence of Hyrule, which has a SNES A Link to the Past look is a brand new game from indie studio Brace Yourself Games.

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Microsoft's Phil Spencer on Google Stadia - Xbox Will Go Big at E3
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Microsoft's Phil Spencer on Google Stadia - Xbox Will Go Big at E3
Credible tech news site Thurott somehow got their hands on an internal email sent by Xbox head Phil Spencer regarding yersterday's huge Google Stadia reveal. In the email he states that he wasn't too surprised by the 4K 60fps streaming platform's ambition but was impressed by the "leveraging of YouTube, the use of Google Assistant and the new WiFi controller."

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Oculus Rift S Unveiled at GDC, Coming this Year
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Oculus Rift S Unveiled at GDC, Coming this Year
The Game Developers Conference, or GDC, is happening in San Francisco right now, and one of the larger pieces of news to have emerged is the existence of Oculus Rift S, the next generation of the VR headset with improved optics, integrated audio and precise room-scale tracking, among other improvements.

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Cuphead Headed to Nintendo Switch with Xbox Live Support
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Cuphead Headed to Nintendo Switch with Xbox Live Support
Now there's a headline. The award-winning and beloved indie platformer Cuphead is making it's way to the Nintendo Switch in April. Where the game will also support Xbox Live - in a joint partnership with developer StudioMDHR and both Nintendo and Microsoft. Of course, the real winner here is the ability to play the brilliant Cuphead on-the-go.

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Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human, Heavy Rain, and More Coming to Epic Games Store
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Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human, Heavy Rain, and More Coming to Epic Games Store
With the trilogy of titles coming to the PC platform for the first time (after being exclusive to PlayStation) including Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls, and Heavy Rain. And by PC platform we mean the Epic Games Store, which looks to be continuing its push for exclusives. Or, no Steam.

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MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming X Review - Mainstream Turing
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MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming X Review - Mainstream Turing
When NVIDIA released the GeForce RTX 2060 earlier this year, based on its price – speculation and several rumours began pointing to the hardware maker prepping a new line of non-RTX Turing-based GPUs. Cards that would omit RT-cores and the AI Tensor cores dedicated to ray-tracing and AI effects to offer up a more affordable entry-point into modern gaming.

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Oddworld: Soulstorm is a Sequel to the Abe's Oddysee Remake
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Oddworld: Soulstorm is a Sequel to the Abe's Oddysee Remake
Which gets a little confusing when you factor in that Abe's Oddysee already got a PC CD-ROM and PlayStation sequel with Abe's Exodus. And so the new Oddworld: Soulstorm is a direct sequel to recent New 'n' Tasty remake of Abe's Odyssey, picking things up straight after that adventure.

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Apex Legends - Season 1 Patch Notes and Detailed Look at New Legend 'Octane'
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Apex Legends - Season 1 Patch Notes and Detailed Look at New Legend 'Octane'
Launching last month, the overnight and then worldwide success that is Respawn's free-to-play battle royale Apex Legends, has been one of the biggest surprises of 2019. Since that time, many have been waiting to see what's on the cards when it comes to seasonal content and new Legends. Today marks the arrival of Season 1 – Wild Frontier and new Legend 'Octane'.

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BioWare's Casey Hudson Confirms Anthem Had a 'Rougher Launch than Expected'
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BioWare's Casey Hudson Confirms Anthem Had a 'Rougher Launch than Expected'
Anthem's launch last month was indeed rough, with several bugs and flawed design issues hampering what was a fun and engaging core. That is, flying around in the game's mech-suit Javelins. Since that time several patches have addressed many issues with Anthem - but many are wondering, with the lack of a deep endgame or additional content, what the future might hold.

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