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GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is Ditching Consoles
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GWENT: The Witcher Card Game is Ditching Consoles
Which is kind of a big deal, as GWENT: The Witcher Card Game was among the new breed of CCGs that looked to consoles for ubiquitous gaming growth. Hearthstone, for example, remains mobile and PC-only, despite its popularity. One could definitely argue that GWENT went through too long a teething faze with cards constantly on the nerf list and an ever-evolving redesign (not always a bad thing, but when you're 'collecting' cards and building decks, changes take their toll).

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Nintendo Adding Six SNES and NES Games to Nintendo Switch Online this Month
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Nintendo Adding Six SNES and NES Games to Nintendo Switch Online this Month
After putting a stop to monthly additions to the Nintendo Switch Online's classic games library, which happened as soon as Super Nintendo support was added, it looks like the Big N is finally adding some fresh pixelated 16-bit SNES and 8-bit NES content. In the form of four new SNES games and two for the NES. Hit the jump for the full list.

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The Division 2 Adds Permadeath and Snowball Fights
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The Division 2 Adds Permadeath and Snowball Fights
With the latter being in tune with the season, and arriving in the form of a new weapon that drops from Santa hat wearing Hoarder enemies called The Sleigher. It shoots snowballs. Also arriving in Update 6.1 for The Division 2 is a new Hardcore Mode - that yeah, adds permadeath.

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Microsoft is Apparently Still Planning to Release a Cheaper Next-Gen Xbox
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Microsoft is Apparently Still Planning to Release a Cheaper Next-Gen Xbox
In a new report over at Kotaku by Jason Schreier, it seems that Microsoft is still planning to release two next-gen Xbox Scarlett consoles - which was rumoured to be the case quite a while back. Since that time though, Microsoft has stated that Xbox Scarlett will be one high-end console. But now it seems sources are hinting that the a cut-down disc-free version is back on the table.

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Nova Effect - Everreach: Project Eden is Out Now
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Nova Effect - Everreach: Project Eden is Out Now
And that headline is in reference to Everreach: Project Eden looking like a homage to both Mass Effect and the cancelled StarCraft: Ghost game from Blizzard. Developed by indie studio Elder Games, it's described as a "fast-paced, story-driven action-RPG".

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Campo Santo's In the Valley of Gods Put on Hold as Team Shifts Focus to Other Valve Projects
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Campo Santo's In the Valley of Gods Put on Hold as Team Shifts Focus to Other Valve Projects
Including the recently announced Half-Life: Alyx. The developer of the critically acclaimed Firewatch was acquired by Valve in 2018 after it had already announced its next title called In the Valley of Gods the previous year. And now in a statement made to Polygon the Campo Santo team confirms that the game is now on hold as members have moved onto other projects.

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Rune II Publisher Sues Over Human Head Studios Closure and More
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Rune II Publisher Sues Over Human Head Studios Closure and More
Recently news broke about the closure of Human Head Studios and how its founders and employees were acquired by Bethesda to form Roundhouse Studios. Apparently the news caught Rune II's publishers (Human Head's last title) by surprise - and is now suing over post-release plans that are up in the air.

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Finally, it's Time to Western on the First Frontier - Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Review
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Finally, it's Time to Western on the First Frontier - Red Dead Redemption 2 PC Review
It almost feels... redundant. Red Dead Redemption ceremoniously arrived on console in 2010. No PC release ever saw the light of day, with Rockstar citing engine issues with porting the game from console as key. BUT, technical issues aside, any excuses haven't helped a starved [Marshal] Bravestar community of gamers feel... neglected where their gun slingin' gaming is concerned. Now, however, Red Dead Redemption 2 has landed on the desktop format, and it's glorious.

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XCOM Creator's Phoenix Point is Out Now
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XCOM Creator's Phoenix Point is Out Now
With the creator of the original X-Com, Julian Gollop, at the helm Phoenix Point is by all accounts a new strategy game that fits into the guise of 'spiritual successor'. Except that we're still getting new XCOM games. After a successful crowdfunding campaign and a few delays, Phoenix Point has finally arrived on PC - and is available now via the Epic Games Store.

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Avatar Game Still in Development at Ubisoft Massive
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Avatar Game Still in Development at Ubisoft Massive
With Avatar 2 on track for a cinematic release in December 2021, which will be followed by Avatar 3, and Avatar 4, director James Cameron is definitely going all in on the giant blue beings in tune with nature. Versus humans. Now, you might recall that way back in early 2017 it was announced that Ubisoft Massive was working on an Avatar game using its Snowdrop engine (which powers The Division among others). Apparently Avatar: The Videogame is still very much in the works.

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Resident Evil 3 Remake Cover Art Spotted
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Resident Evil 3 Remake Cover Art Spotted
With the release of the impressive and technically stunning Resident Evil 2 Remake earlier this year, there has been speculation as to whether or not Capcom will remaster other titles in the series - namely Resident Evil 3.

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Diablo 4 Team Has Removed Ancient Legendary Items and Added a Brand-New Stat System
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Diablo 4 Team Has Removed Ancient Legendary Items and Added a Brand-New Stat System
In a new detailed post, Lead Systems Designer on Diablo IV at Blizzard David Kim has outlined the current direction and philosophy behind itemisation in the game. Covering Legendary Items, affixes, and how Rare items will still be powerful. It's a fascinating and exciting insight into the action-RPG's development.

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Halo: Reach Out Now On PC and Xbox One as Part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection
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Halo: Reach Out Now On PC and Xbox One as Part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection
With the remastered version of Bungie's classic Halo serving as the first entry in the PC debut of Halo: The Master Chief Collection - playable now for all Xbox Game Pass subscribers. Nine years after its original debut, Halo: Reach now supports an updates 4K 60FPS presentation and a suite of visual updates and options for those playing on PC.

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Neverwinter Nights is Available Now to Play on Consoles
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Neverwinter Nights is Available Now to Play on Consoles
With Skybound Games and Beamdog bringing the classic Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game from BioWare to consoles. Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition sees the 2002 original arrive on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One with support for high-res widescreen displays, optimised controls, big fixes, and several visual updates.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Steam Page Goes Live as PC Patch Addresses More Technical Issues
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Red Dead Redemption 2 Steam Page Goes Live as PC Patch Addresses More Technical Issues
From out of memory crashes to other reasons for crashing to fixing a few visual bugs relating to lighting and fur. The latest 1.14 patch for Red Dead Redemption 2 (notes after the jump) arrives alongside the official Steam page for the game - as many out there mount up for the release later this week.

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Starship Troopers Terran Command Announced - Would You Like to Know More?
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Starship Troopers Terran Command Announced - Would You Like to Know More?
Starship Troopers the 1998 sci-fi action satire from acclaimed director Paul Verhoeven is without a doubt a stone cold classic. Since its release there have been a few mediocre sequels, animated films, and even an animated series. All failing to live up to the original. And now publisher Slitherine is teaming up with Sony Pictures for Starship Troopers - Terran Command.

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Turn Mario into Link in the Latest Super Mario Maker Update
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Turn Mario into Link in the Latest Super Mario Maker Update
And on top of grabbing the Master Sword for your green tunic'd metamorphosis, numerous new course, enemy and helpful additions have been added to the design item manifest, alongside new speedrun additions and more, making Super Mario Maker a destination title this Holiday season, if you haven't already picked it up.

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Let's Greet the Romans 'nicely' - Asterix & Obelix XXL3: The Crystal Menhir Review
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Let's Greet the Romans 'nicely' - Asterix & Obelix XXL3: The Crystal Menhir Review
With Control, Death Stranding and even Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, it's nice to come across a smaller, non-Triple-A joint like Asterix & Obelix XXL3: The Crystal Menhir for review (and of course, play).

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Diablo 4 - Blizzard on the Different Approach to Diablo 3
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Diablo 4 - Blizzard on the Different Approach to Diablo 3
The final part of our big Diablo IV interview with Game Director Luis Barriga. Here we compare the game to Diablo III, talk Legendary Items (i.e. loot), and the current state of development. As in, is what we see here indicative of the final game.

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Sennheiser GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset Review - Long Lasting, Great Sound
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Sennheiser GSP 370 Wireless Gaming Headset Review - Long Lasting, Great Sound
The new Sennheiser GSP 370 claims to offer up-to 100-hours of battery life as a wireless gaming headset. And when testing this claim in our review we not only found it to be true, but that each and every second offered the sort high-quality sound we've come to expect from Sennheiser.

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