The Best Games of 2018: Honourable Mentions
We've brought you our picks of the 10 Best Games of 2018, here are the titles that just missed out.
We take a deep dive into the Fortuna update for Warframe, available now on console.
Warframe: Fortuna Nails Open-World Warframe
The Eternal Castle, is a new game in the style of Prince of Persia or Another World, presented in four-colour CGA.
The Eternal Castle Review - CGA Graphics in 2019
With his recent return to the world of comic book films we've decided to take a look back at the most notable appearances of the iconic character - Venom.
Through the Years: Venom in Videogames
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Save the Date: Mortal Kombat 11 Reveal Date, Revealed
What a revelation. But when you throw in a live countdown clock and spell calendar "Kalendar", you know this shit is gonna be real.

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Warframe: Fortuna Takes the Concept of Open-World Warframe to New Heights
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Warframe: Fortuna Takes the Concept of Open-World Warframe to New Heights
Like many people around the world, we're still playing the excellent Warframe. A game that we decided to jump into about a year ago just to see what the fuss was all about. If you're still on the fence about jumping in, be sure to check out our in-depth primer. For the rest of you Tenno, there's our hands-on impressions of the new open-world Fortuna expansion.

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Will the Real Pinkertons Please Stand Up, for the Honourable Judge Judy
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Will the Real Pinkertons Please Stand Up, for the Honourable Judge Judy
I'm giving myself a pat on the back for that headline, but to the actual details behind it: the real Pinkerton agency, now a subsidiary of Securitas AB and also now known as Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations, is incensed that Take-Two and Rockstar have made so much money off the success of Red Dead Redemption 2, and seemingly want a piece of that pie because they 'appear' in the game.

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The Eternal Castle Review - Bringing Back That CGA Aesthetic
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The Eternal Castle Review - Bringing Back That CGA Aesthetic
In the 1980s the CGA monitor was a display device that you often saw listed when setting up a new PC game to play in MS-DOS. Offering up four-colors alongside a very limited resolution, it should come as no surprise that very few modern titles with retro-ambition opt for this primitive display method. The Eternal Castle, a new game in the style of Prince of Persia or Another World, does. With plenty of style to spare.

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Rainbow Six Siege Esports Kicks Off Tonight Alongside the Summer Series This Weekend
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Rainbow Six Siege Esports Kicks Off Tonight Alongside the Summer Series This Weekend
Rainbow Six Pro League Season IX kicks off tonight at at 7PM, with all the action streamed live via twitch.tv/rainbow6anz and youtube.com/c/rainbow6anz - and also embedded after the jump. Season IX sees the arrival of some new teams to the scene including Oddity Esports, AVANT Gaming, Mindfreak and Lowkey Esports.

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Through the Years: Venom in Videogames
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Through the Years: Venom in Videogames
The iconic comic book character and oft-villain Venom has made more than a few appearances in videogames over the years. Several in fact. Thanks to the home release of VENOM - which is available now on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital - we’ve decided to look back at Venom in videogames.

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Epic Games Getting Sued Again, Over Another Fortnite Dance Move Emote
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Epic Games Getting Sued Again, Over Another Fortnite Dance Move Emote
Based on the Orange Justice dance move made popular by the Orange Shirt Kid - as part of a Fortnite BoogieDown contest. The emote made wasn't chosen as the winner, with contest details explicitly stating that all rights to the dance would be forfeit. A community campaign rallied around Orange Shirt Kid to get the emote into the game, apparently with Orange Shirt Kid's blessing. Except that now his mother is suing Epic.

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New NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers Introduce FreeSync and RTX 2060 Support
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New NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers Introduce FreeSync and RTX 2060 Support
As per our review, we can back NVIDIA's claims that the new GeForce RTX 2060 is a powerhouse when it comes to 1080p gaming with settings dialed all the way up. A sentiment that also applies to most titles running at 1440p. Plus, it can handle real-time ray tracing in Battlefield V to boot. Alongside the launch of the new RTX 2060 graphics card, today's driver also introduces the long-awaited and very welcome support for FreeSync or non-G-Sync adaptive sync monitors.

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Report: EA Has Cancelled its Open-World Star Wars Game
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Report: EA Has Cancelled its Open-World Star Wars Game
When EA closed the doors at Visceral Games back in 2017, alongside the studio closure came word that the single-player Star Wars adventure from one of the creative leads behind the Uncharted series (Amy Hennig) had been cancelled. Since that time it became apparent that a new open-world Star Wars game ala Assassin's Creed and so forth was in development at EA Vancouver. Now it seems that's been cancelled too.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout Free Trial Begins This Week, Standalone Version Coming?
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout Free Trial Begins This Week, Standalone Version Coming?
On Friday, players across PC, PS4, and Xbox One will get access to a special Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout Free Trial. Which will give access to the critically acclaimed Battle Royale mode for an entire week of play. From the fast paced and smooth combat to the detailed and fun map, as one part of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 multiplayer package - is this a sign that Blackout is set to go standalone?

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr and Season of the Dragon Announced
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr and Season of the Dragon Announced
The next major expansion coming to The Elder Scrolls Online, building on the success of both Morrowind and Summerset, is called Elsweyr (and we're assuming it's pronounced 'elsewhere') and is set to launch June 4 for PC/Mac, PS4, and Xbox One. In addition to taking players to the Khajiiti homeland for a new quest the expansion will also introduce a new class - the Necromancer.

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Razer Phone 2 Review - Fast, Powerful, Mobile Gaming
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Razer Phone 2 Review - Fast, Powerful, Mobile Gaming
The idea of a smartphone designed for high-end gaming is beginning to crop up more and more these, but compared say to a desktop PC built for the same purpose - the difference is night and day. Not simply in the available power and overall size of each device but also when it comes to other usage.

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Anthem's Producer Re-Affirms 'No Loot Box' Plans for the Game
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Anthem's Producer Re-Affirms 'No Loot Box' Plans for the Game
After a rather heated exchange with someone on Twitter, decrying BioWare and EA's use of micro-transactions, lead producer on Anthem at BioWare, Michael Gamble, responded with "We aren’t going to add loot boxes. It serves no purpose." Re-iterating that cosmetic items like skins and so forth will be sold - but on a per item basis and not part of a randomised loot box style setup.

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The Best Games of 2018: Honourable Mentions
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The Best Games of 2018: Honourable Mentions
Last week we wrapped up our on-going Top 10 Best Games of 2018 feature - which is well worth checking out. What took us by surprise is that overall, we had exactly 20 games total in the final list. And once we cut that down to 10, we were taken aback by just how many great games missed out. Which is why we're bringing you these 'Honourable Mentions' - great games that also came out in 2018.

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Battlefield V’s Tides of War Chapter 2 Introduces Squad Conquest and Co-Op
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Battlefield V’s Tides of War Chapter 2 Introduces Squad Conquest and Co-Op
With Squad Conquest presenting an intense 8 v 8 battle between teams as they attempt to capture or hold various points. As part of the continued post-launch Tides of War campaign of free updates, events, and seasonal content for all Battlefield V players, Chapter 2: Lightning Strikes also sees the arrival of the long-awaited co-op mode. Whilst also paving the way for the upcoming Battle Royale mode - Firestorm.

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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is Out This Week, Here's the Launch Trailer
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Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is Out This Week, Here's the Launch Trailer
Outside of a spin-off set in the real world it's been over a decade since the last numbered Ace Combat game. Where high tech dog-fighting and aerial craft blends with cinematic stories set in Earth-like locations with fantasy names. Case in point Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown takes place during a conflict between the Osean Federation and, err, the Kingdom of Erusea.

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Rocket League Adds Cross-Play for All Platofrms
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Rocket League Adds Cross-Play for All Platofrms
Which of course means that players on PlayStation 4 can now finally team up with or play against those playing on PC, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch. Rocket League developer Psyonix made the announcement today noting that it had entered the PlayStation Cross-Play Beta program. This news comes after Sony recently reversed its stance on PlayStation 4 cross-play - starting with Fortnite.

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends Isle of Madness Update Arrives This Month
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The Elder Scrolls: Legends Isle of Madness Update Arrives This Month
January 24 to be exact, or January 25 to be more ANZ-act. And with the setting shifting to the Shivering Isles and the Daedric Prince of Madness Sheogorath playing a major role, the Isle of Madness update for The Elder Scrolls Legends introduces a new story to play - in addition to several new cards and updates.

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New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer Showcases the Beauty of China
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New Total War: Three Kingdoms Trailer Showcases the Beauty of China
Like one of those gorgeous period action films depicting the same turbulent time-period, Total War: Three Kingdoms presents a vibrant and stunning China to serve as the back-drop for war. The new trailer it light on, well, Total War, in that there's no real action-sequences. But, it makes up for it with a cinematic in-engine look at the setting.

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Red Dead Online Beta Will Keep Going for a "Few More Months" - Rockstar
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Red Dead Online Beta Will Keep Going for a
Rockstar has said it'll be keeping the Red Dead Online beta around for a few more months as they work to balance the game, listen to feedback and drop in new gameplay modes, which they did in the most recent update.

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