Metro Exodus Review - You Won't Fall Out of This Carriage
An astonishing achievement, this post-apocalyptic shooter offers an experience that lives up to its ambition and promise, offering challenge and surprise in equal measure.
We play through the neon colours of Far Cry New Dawn, the direct standalone sequel to the events of Far Cry 5
Far Cry New Dawn Review - A New Dawn, A Nuke Day
A spiritual successor to Advance Wars, of sorts, from indie studio Chucklefish.
Wargroove Review - Advance Wars Returns?
Sex, Raids and Rock and Roll Javelins
Anthem - The Big Interview
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Square Enix Reveals All-New Action RPG Oninaki from Tokyo RPG Factory
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Square Enix Reveals All-New Action RPG Oninaki from Tokyo RPG Factory
Square Enix has announced the next major release from I Am Setsuna developer, Tokyo RPG Factory. Oninaki is an all-new action RPG inspired by JRPGs of the past, but is designed to take advantage of modern hardware, the publisher says.

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Respawn Bans Over 16,000 Apex Legends Cheaters
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Respawn Bans Over 16,000 Apex Legends Cheaters
"When you drop your game out of nowhere and 25 million people show up in the first week, there’s going to be all kinds of issues, bugs, exploits, etc. discovered." And so goes the fairly transparent post made by Respawn over at the Apex Legends subreddit. Adding that stability and performance is a key issue that will be addressed in upcoming patches.

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Overwatch League's 2019 Season Has Begun
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Overwatch League's 2019 Season Has Begun
Where this season 20 teams will compete for the championship and a share of the increased $5 million USD prize pool. The global league that sees city-based teams compete grows this year with an additional 8 teams, plus this weekend's first round of competition saw a 2018 Grand Finals rematch between the Philadelphia Fusion and champions London Spitfire.

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1990s Internet Simulator 'Hypnospace Outlaw' Dated for March
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1990s Internet Simulator 'Hypnospace Outlaw' Dated for March
In the days of the dial-up modem the internet was a very different beast, and the concept of a homepage meant that just about anyone could create a website with all the style and functionality of a garish pair of parachute pants. Which is why Hypnospace Outlaw has an aesthetic that can be described as Geocities: The Game. And we can't wait to play it.

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Report: Tencent in Talks with EA to Bring Apex Legends to China
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Report: Tencent in Talks with EA to Bring Apex Legends to China
Chinese publisher Tencent is huge, with the company already handling publishing duties for both PUBG and Fortnite in China. It also runs what is essentially the country's version of Steam. According to this new report, Tencent is currently in talks with EA to bring the surprise hit of the year Apex Legends to China - which would mean they could potentially be handling the Chinese distribution of the three biggest battle royale games out there.

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Bethesda Removes Dupe Items from Fallout 76
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Bethesda Removes Dupe Items from Fallout 76
Perceived as a scourge by many players, to the point where in-game militias began hunting down 'dupers', comes a new update as part of maintenance that has seemingly removed a large number of duplicated items from Fallout 76. As part of the update, Bethesda notes, "These actions were highly-focused toward a list of over 400 weapon and armor items we identified as common duplication targets."

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Trials Rising Open Beta Happening This Week
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Trials Rising Open Beta Happening This Week
And it's scheduled run from February 21 through to February 25 across PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Very cool to see the Switch getting in on the Open Beta action, with pre-loading set to begin tomorrow on all platforms. With the game set to launch full on February 26 though, probably safe to consider it more demo than beta.

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We Chat to The Division 2's Game Director David Kennedy
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We Chat to The Division 2's Game Director David Kennedy
Who tells us about the three C's of what it feels like to play The Division - which are camera, controls, and combat. And how these informed the development of the sequel. Alongside community feedback and improving on everything that has come before.

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Hollow Knight: Silksong is a Surprising and Very Welcome Sequel to Hollow Knight
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Hollow Knight: Silksong is a Surprising and Very Welcome Sequel to Hollow Knight
Up to today many though that Australian=based studio Team Cherry, and the talented team behind Hollow Knight, were simply working on DLC or add-on content. Well, turns out that they've been hard at work on a brand-new game. A sequel called Hollow Knight: Silksong that features a brand-new kingdom, enemies, quests, and more.

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Metro Exodus Patch Notes Address Concerns Ahead of Launch
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Metro Exodus Patch Notes Address Concerns Ahead of Launch
Out today, or tomorrow if you live in the nothern past-isphere, Metro Exodus is already an early contender for game of the year. We reviewed the game on PC - which according to reports was the most stable pre-release build. As is the way, some have raised concerns over console performance and a few little issues here and there. Like HDR on PC not working as it should. The Day One patch looks to bring this excellent game up to speed.

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Neill Blomkamp's Anthem Short Film is a Big Budget Action Sci-Fi Trailer
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Neill Blomkamp's Anthem Short Film is a Big Budget Action Sci-Fi Trailer
It looks quite stunning in a large number of shots too - with great little snippets of action and environments and character and Javelins looking all slick and sleek. The only issue is that it doesn't really make sense as a short film - in that it's a trailer for what looks like a big budget cinematic Anthem film. Something that now, we'd like to see.

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New Dawn, or Old Yawn? We take Far Cry New Dawn Through Review Paces
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New Dawn, or Old Yawn? We take Far Cry New Dawn Through Review Paces
And the answer to that question is far more nuanced than a simple yes or no. What we can walk away with here is that Ubisoft has once again delivered a fun and chaotic experience as their blueprint calls for, but is it now a formula we're simply too familiar with?

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Check Out This Impressive Metro Exodus Real-Time Ray-Tracing 4K Comparison
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Check Out This Impressive Metro Exodus Real-Time Ray-Tracing 4K Comparison
Ahead of a feature delving deeper into the NVIDIA RTX-powered ray-tracing featured in Metro Exodus, we though we'd share an example that shows a pretty major 'RTX On' and 'RTX Off' difference. With Metro's implementation of the groundbreaking tech used for global illumination we found an off-the-beaten-path outdoor location that showcases just how well ray-tracing, err, shines a light on the future of gaming.

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Final Fantasy IX for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One Available Now, Final Fantasy VII Coming in March
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Final Fantasy IX for Nintendo Switch and Xbox One Available Now, Final Fantasy VII Coming in March
March 26 to be exact, which is when Nintendo and Xbox fans will be able to relive their favourite Buster sword and Cloud Strife memories. But today, comes the release of that friend you have's favourite Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy IX. So now there's no excuse to avoid responding to the question, 'have you played 9 though?'.

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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Finally Ready to Make its Debut in Winter
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Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Finally Ready to Make its Debut in Winter
Or Summer, for the folks living on the northern hemisphere of this our Flat Earth. Ahem. Anytway, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night the spiritual successor to Castlevania from acclaimed designer Koji Igarashi is finally ready to make its debut on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this Winter 2019.

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THQ Nordic Acquires Kingdom Come: Deliverance Developer Warhorse Studios
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THQ Nordic Acquires Kingdom Come: Deliverance Developer Warhorse Studios
One of the most interesting games released last year was the flawed but rewarding Kingdom Come: Deliverance from Prague-based Warhorse Studios. Released almost exactly a year ago today, comes word that the studio has been acquired by THQ Nordic. Who it seems is continuing its franchise and studio shopping spree in 2019.

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Battle Royale Strikes Again, in Tetris 99
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Battle Royale Strikes Again, in Tetris 99
Yeah that could be construed as a clickbait headline, or you could just acknowledge that the recently-revealed Tetris 99 for Nintendo Switch features 99 players in an online, I don't know, umm... BATTLE ROYALE, where you brick your way through elimination to try and remain the final brick master standing.

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Astral Chain Announced - A New PlatinumGames Jam From the Creators of Bayonetta and Nier: Automata
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Astral Chain Announced - A New PlatinumGames Jam From the Creators of Bayonetta and Nier: Automata
And as to be expected it looks good. Even though we're not too sure what's happening story wise. As per the description, players will be "part of a police special forces unit in a multi-cultural futuristic city" where it seems multi-character action via spectral or energy chains is a thing, and frenetic melee combat is the order of the day.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Might be the Most Ambitious and In-Depth Fire Emblem Yet
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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Might be the Most Ambitious and In-Depth Fire Emblem Yet
More Ninty news from today's Direct features one my most anticipated games for 2019, in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This time around, the player takes on the role of a Professor at an academy where three houses -- representing different nations of the continent -- learn and compete, Harry Potter styles, but with life and death risks at stake.

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Pre-Order a Digital Copy of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 on PC, Get a Free Ubisoft Game
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Pre-Order a Digital Copy of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 on PC, Get a Free Ubisoft Game
Although, ahem, The Division 2 on PC is exclusive to the Epic Games Store and Uplay. No Steam. And with that bit of business out of the way, let's get down to the deal. A pretty simple one, pre-order a digital copy of The Division 2: A Tom Clancy Joint and you get to choose out of Watch Dogs 2, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands or Far Cry Primal as your digital freebie.

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