The Division 2 - Hands On in the Ruins of Washington D.C.
We also take a visit to the new Dark Zones and live long enough to ask Ubisoft Massive a few burning questions about The Division 2
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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Next Level Explosions: GeForce RTX Powered Ray-Tracing, AI, and Battlefield V
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Next Level Explosions: GeForce RTX Powered Ray-Tracing, AI, and Battlefield V
When NVIDIA unveiled its new RTX line of graphics cards last year, many were taken aback by some of the wild, futuristic features. Real-time ray-tracing. AI-powered rendering. Stuff, that to be honest we're still waiting to see crop up in a number of titles. But, with Battlefield V's real-time ray-traced reflections - the NVIDIA's GeForce RTX line is all set to impress in 2019.

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V is for Virus, and Venom - Videogaming's Greatest Viruses - Sponsored
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V is for Virus, and Venom - Videogaming's Greatest Viruses - Sponsored
Inspired by the living virus-like make-up of Venom, as we've been celebrating over the past few weeks, we decided to take a look at the best viruses in videogaming history. Why? Because most gaming narrative setups stem from some sort of viral fallout, so "why not?" is a better question.

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We'll Take that Now Thanks, New Zealand - Ashen Review
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We'll Take that Now Thanks, New Zealand - Ashen Review
Yeah, this one is a bit belated, but as Ashen from A44 Games dropped just before the Holiday period, we'll chalk up our tardiness to that, and nothing more (like me being too lost in the game to get up off the couch and actually write about it).

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Two-Months After Launch Valve's Artifact Continues to Lose Players
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Two-Months After Launch Valve's Artifact Continues to Lose Players
With Valve's DOTA-set competitive card game Artifact about to hit two-months of full-release, it's player-base continues to drop at a steady pace. Based on data readily available via Steam Charts, since launching in late November Artifact's concurrent player base dropped to below 3,000 last week. Compared to the roughly 50,000 at launch.

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Far Cry: New Dawn Adding Some 'Light RPG' Elements
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Far Cry: New Dawn Adding Some 'Light RPG' Elements
The upcoming Far Cry: New Dawn, which continues the story of the excellent Far Cry 5 in the most spoiler way possible - by setting the action in a post-nuclear world - is also changing things up a bit with the addition of some 'light RPG' mechanics. These are the words of creative director Jean-Sebastien Decant, who took to Twitter to detail what this entails.

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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review - A Familiar Super Mario World
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New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review - A Familiar Super Mario World
Nintendo re-releasing a number of its Wii U originals, alongside new titles, for the Nintendo Switch is a strategy that we can get behind. Not only are there are tonne more Switches out in the wild, but the handheld promise of Nintendo's latest console actually adds a new dimension to playing some of these older titles. The latest re-release is New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe.

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HyperX Pulsefire Core Review - Affordable and Reliable
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HyperX Pulsefire Core Review - Affordable and Reliable
Releasing late last year, the HyperX Pulsefire Core offers a budget-oriented RGB gaming mouse to gamers that once unpacked and plugged in performs in a lot of ways like its more premium brethren.

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Netflix Acknowledges Fortnite as One of its Biggest Competitors
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Netflix Acknowledges Fortnite as One of its Biggest Competitors
And no, that's not because of Bandersnatch and Netflix now thinking they're a game developer and publisher, rather it's about screen time and how the continued success of Fortnite threatens the streaming giant for 'eyes on screen', even more so than its other major direct competitor: HBO.

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This is Anthem Series Kicks Off with a Look at Quests, Exploration, and Progression
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This is Anthem Series Kicks Off with a Look at Quests, Exploration, and Progression
And as it uses a Gear Score system, overall power and damage potential seems to be very similar to the systems seen in both Destiny and The Division. Where Anhtem differs though is with the Javelins or mech suits as classes, with more emphasis placed on aerial abilities, movement, and elemental abilities as opposed to straight-up shooting at everything with space guns.

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Latest System Shock Remake Footage Sees a Return to the Original Vision
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Latest System Shock Remake Footage Sees a Return to the Original Vision
When Nightdive Studios set out to remake the classic first-person sci-fi horror System Shock it planned to simply recreate the game with a modern look and feel. The successful Kickstarter campaign for the project then led to the scope changing and growing to the point where it was no longer a remake. Where it was then shelved after things got out of control, the team-size shrinking, only to be recently stripped back to the original vision of a remake with modern visuals.

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Microsoft's Team Xbox Wants Your Gaming on Windows 10 Feedback
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Microsoft's Team Xbox Wants Your Gaming on Windows 10 Feedback
Posing the questions: What do you want Windows to do (or stop doing) while you’re playing a game? What can Windows do to optimize your gaming experience? What other gaming features would you like to see? Of course, any constructive response regarding Windows and gaming will begin with taking a deep breath.

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Quake II Mod Makes Full Use of NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti's Ray-Tracing Features
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Quake II Mod Makes Full Use of NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti's Ray-Tracing Features
Called Q2VKPT, this rebuild of the Quake II engine adds thousands of lines of new custom code for new rendering and ray-traced lighting. It comes from talented Ph.D. student Christoph Schied, and is described as "the first playable game that is entirely ray-traced" taking full advantage of the advanced feature of NVIDIA's new RTX line of graphics cards. Yeah, this is the most impressive Quake II you're likely to ever see.

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Overwatch Contenders Australia Wraps Up with Sydney Drop Bears Taking the Crown... Again
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Overwatch Contenders Australia Wraps Up with Sydney Drop Bears Taking the Crown... Again
And this being the third win in a row for the talented team, the above headline is exactly the same as one we posted last year in relation to Overwatch Contenders Australia - the patch-to-pro league for Overwatch talent the world over. With the Overwatch Contenders Australia Season 3 Grand Final held this weekend at ESL Studios in Sydney, the Sydney Drop Bears once again took the crown.

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Diablo 3's Game Changing Season 16: Season of Grandeur Has Begun
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Diablo 3's Game Changing Season 16: Season of Grandeur Has Begun
With the Royal Ring of Grandeur buff applying to all new Season 16 heroes, in addition to the massive overhaul and buffs coming to just about every set and potential build, if you haven't jumped into Diablo III for a while - now's the perfect time. And if you're a newer Nintendo Switch player, then the meta shake-up will no doubt open the door to another fun Season.

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Blizzard Now Hiring For an Unannounced Diablo Game
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Blizzard Now Hiring For an Unannounced Diablo Game
With over 19 job listings ranging from artists to engineers to producers and even designers - it seems that Blizzard's long awaited Diablo 4 project is picking up steam. There are even a few graduate positions up for grabs, with all positions categorised under Diablo but for an 'Unannounced Project'.

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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Promises to Focus on Anti-Hacking in Dark Zones as Well as Deliver a Deeper Story
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Tom Clancy's The Division 2 Promises to Focus on Anti-Hacking in Dark Zones as Well as Deliver a Deeper Story
And that last part of the headline is interesting, because it turns out more players finished the story side of Tom Clancy's The Division than any other Ubisoft title. Also, the anti-hacking measure should mean less griefing and a far better Dark Zone(s) experience than previously.

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Review - Mediocrity in Motion
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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Review - Mediocrity in Motion
It's been a while since we've had a No More Heroes game, almost a decade in fact. Which in the world of videogames is roughly two generations. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, presents a more modest take on the series. A co-op brawler presented as a series of fake games Travis gets sucked into for a fake and mysterious console called the Death Drive Mk II.

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World of Warships Blitz Turns One, Celebrating with Gifts and Activities
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World of Warships Blitz Turns One, Celebrating with Gifts and Activities
It was almost alarming to see this email, but the numbers don't lie. According to Wargaming World of Warships Blitz the mobile game, over the course of a year, has had 11 million downloads and 73+ million battles. Shit is real.

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The 8-Bit NES-Era Inspired Odallus: The Dark Call and Oniken Arrive Soon on Console
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The 8-Bit NES-Era Inspired Odallus: The Dark Call and Oniken Arrive Soon on Console
Both titles come from indie studio JoyMasher, and were previously released on PC to some critical acclaim. Odallus: The Dark Call in particular nails the look and feel of the first few Castlevania titles, with a sleek 8-bit presentation that could easily be mistaken as one the greats from that era.

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Sony Reveals Days Gone Special and Collector's Editions, Pre-Orders Now Open
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Sony Reveals Days Gone Special and Collector's Editions, Pre-Orders Now Open
Which is all a good sign that the delays are done and that another PlayStation 4 exclusive lands with us this year. In April, in fact, and overnight Sony unveiled both a 'Special' and 'Collector's' edition of the game, all rich with content.

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