Observation Review - A Modern Sci-Fi Classic
Devolver Digital and developer No Code's riff on 2001: A Space Odyssey offers up a thrilling and brilliant interactive experience.
Thanks to our friends at Razer we've got a sweet Evil Geniuses (EG) esports jersey to giveaway.
Evil Genuises Esports Jersey Giveaway!
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Impressive Final Fantasy VII Fan-Made Remake Mod Hits Version 1.0
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Impressive Final Fantasy VII Fan-Made Remake Mod Hits Version 1.0
Even though it still features the same low-poly character models and environments, the Final Fantasy VII Remako HD Graphics Mod uses state-of-the-art AI upscaling tool AI Gigapixel to make each texture, background, and even every one of the many FMV sequences looks great in HD. Hit the jump for the version 1.0 trailer.

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Apparently the First Script for a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Trilogy of Movies is Nearing Completion
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Apparently the First Script for a Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Trilogy of Movies is Nearing Completion
It was only last month that Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy said that "we are developing something to look at" in relation to an adaptation of BioWare's seminal Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - or KOTOR. A new report over at Buzzfeed news that cites "three sources close to the project" claims that the first script of a planned KOTOR trilogy is close to being finished.

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Square Enix's ONINAKI Looks Like a Cross Between Diablo and a J-RPG
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Square Enix's ONINAKI Looks Like a Cross Between Diablo and a J-RPG
Which, is something that definitely excites us. Coming from Tokyo RPG Factory, the talented studio behind I am Setsuna and Lost Shpear, ONINAKI is an all-new action-RPG with an isometric viewpoint and fast-paced screen-filling damage numbers that is reminiscent of Blizzard's Diablo. Which if you've been following this site, is high-praise.

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Overwatch Replays Finally Arrives on PC
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Overwatch Replays Finally Arrives on PC
Being able to go through a replay of an entire Overwatch match is something fans have been wanting to see for quite sometime, and it looks like the wait is finally over. Or, almost over as the new Overwatch Replays feature is currently live on the PC Public Test Realm (PTR) ahead of planned full release across PC and console.

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Total War: Three Kingdoms Out Now
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Total War: Three Kingdoms Out Now
Developer Creative Assembly's long-awaited return to the historical side of Total War after a pair of Warhammer-themed fantasy releases (which we adored) sees the action shift to the romantic setting of 2nd century China. Well, aesthetically that is, as Total War: Three Kingdoms is still very much about war, strategic alliances, and decimating your enemies.

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NVIDIA Teases Something 'Super' Coming Soon
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NVIDIA Teases Something 'Super' Coming Soon
So far we know that AMD is prepping to unveil its first batch of next-gen 'Navi' graphics cards at Computex later this month and again at E3 2019. And with all eyes on the Radeon successor, NVIDIA has released a teaser that promises "Something super is coming..." at Computex 2019 which kicks off next week.

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Prepare for E3 2019 with this New Cyberpunk 2077 Wallpaper
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Prepare for E3 2019 with this New Cyberpunk 2077 Wallpaper
You know you're in deep when you immediately and excitedly click on a link that's basically just wallpaper for your desktop. The game in question, CD Projekt RED's long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077. And the new wallpaper features what looks to be a re-design of the game's default male protagonist. Its vanilla Commander Shephard if you will.

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According to THQ Nordic Dead Island 2 is Still Happening
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According to THQ Nordic Dead Island 2 is Still Happening
Okay, so this one has quite the history. After making its debut all the way back in 2014, Dead Island 2 was shelved before its planned 2015 release date. Dead Island 2 also has a long history of development troubles with original studio Techland moving onto the excellent Dying Light, and then subsequent studio changes from Yager Development to Sumo Digital.

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Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey Launching on PC in August as an Epic Games Store Exclusive
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Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey Launching on PC in August as an Epic Games Store Exclusive
The long-awaited debut title from Panache Digital Games, the studio formed by ex-Assassin's Creed creative director Patrice Désilets, will be making its PC debut on August 27, 2019. With a digital PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release coming in December. On the PC Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey will be an Epic Games Store exclusive, with this version coming months before the console release.

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Observation Review - A Modern Sci-Fi Classic
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Observation Review - A Modern Sci-Fi Classic
Heading into our review of Devolver Digital and developer No Code's Observation we had seen the trailer, with its wonderfully detailed recreation of a space station and hints at some sort of survival story being told. After completing the game, it's safe to say that this riff on 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the best pure sci-fi things we've seen or played in a long while.

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Introducing the Playdate a New Handheld Console from Indie Developers
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Introducing the Playdate a New Handheld Console from Indie Developers
Developer Panic, known for the upcoming Untitled Goose Game and publishing the critically acclaimed Firewatch, is behind the fascinating new handheld called Playdate. A black and white display and funky yellow design that also comes with it's own crank and a full season of planned indie games from veteran and well-known designers.

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GOG Galaxy 2.0 Promises 'All Your Games and Friends in One Place'
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GOG Galaxy 2.0 Promises 'All Your Games and Friends in One Place'
In an ambitious GOG Galaxy overhaul that will let you keep track of all your friends and games across various PC platforms and even console in one place. Although still in pre-release form with Beta coming soon, a couple of the really cool features planned include cross-platfom chat and asingle friends list. Alongside tracking your games across GOG.com, Steam, Origin, Xbox Live, and other platforms.

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Win Your Very Own Evil Geniuses (EG) Esports Jersey
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Win Your Very Own Evil Geniuses (EG) Esports Jersey
Thanks to our friends at Razer we've got a sweet Evil Geniuses (EG) esports jersey to giveaway. Following on from yesterday's partnership announcement between the hardware maker and the world-renowned team, you can be sure that it's a bit of kit that about as fresh as they come. Assuming that's still a word used to describe cool apparel.

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Overwatch Workshop Now Live on Consoles
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Overwatch Workshop Now Live on Consoles
The make-a-game-mode editor that has been available on PC for a little while now is finally available for Overwatch players on PS4 and Xbox One. Called Overwatch Workshop it allows players to create their own custom games with scripts and the ability to fine tune and tweak numerous settings. Detailed stuff that has already seen fan-made racing games and beat-em-ups ala Super Smash Bros pop up.

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Xbox Game Pass Growing with Metal Gear Survive, Void Bastards, Outer Wilds, and More Coming Soon
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Xbox Game Pass Growing with Metal Gear Survive, Void Bastards, Outer Wilds, and More Coming Soon
And by soon we mean over the next couple of weeks, with the month of May closing out with Xbox Game Pass arrival of two highly anticipated indie releases - Void Bastards and Outer Wilds. Plus, fan favourite Dead by Daylight and that weird Konami cash grab that we forgot even existed until right now - the terrible Metal Gear Survive.

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Aussies Spent Over $4 Billion on Videogames in 2018
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Aussies Spent Over $4 Billion on Videogames in 2018
With the Interactive Games & Entertainment Association (IGEA) reporting that the $4.029 billion spent on games and hardware in 2018 by Aussies represents an impressive 25 increase over 2017 spending. And as expected the biggest growth was seen across digital and mobile sales - 71% and 11% respectively.

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The Sinking City is Starting to Look Very, Very Interesting
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The Sinking City is Starting to Look Very, Very Interesting
Having been burnt by Call of Cthulhu earlier this year, I was trepidatious about Frogware's interpretation of more Lovecraft, but the way this game looks to marry investigation with a weird world, which appears to be pretty open, truly has us intrigued.

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New Bus Simulator 18 DLC Now Available on Steam
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New Bus Simulator 18 DLC Now Available on Steam
Yep, you read that right. No, not the DLC part -- rather the 18 part. Bus Simulator has seen 18 iterations of itself over a number of years and it appears this bus also can't drop below 50, because it's speeding up at a rapid pace. In fact, you could say it's the bus that couldn't won't slow down.

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Razer Basilisk Essential Review - Clutch Play
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Razer Basilisk Essential Review - Clutch Play
With the new Razer Basilisk Essential the hardware maker known for Chroma lighting and quality black and green peripherals brings the popular mouse into the realm of the affordable and budget. With a lower price-point and a number of changes to the original the Basilisk Essential still manages to impress. And thankfully, the clutch/interchangeable thumb button returns.

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The Dark Pictures Anthology's First Release 'Man of Medan' Dated for August
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The Dark Pictures Anthology's First Release 'Man of Medan' Dated for August
A set of narrative horror titles, each telling a different story, under a single anthology banner is without a doubt a cool idea. And we won't have long to wait for Bandai Namco and developer Supermassive Games' Man of Medan, the first entry in the planned The Dark Pictures Anthology series.

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