Immortals Fenyx Rising Review - A New IP Rises
From the team behind Assassin's Creed Odyssey comes a new journey into the world of myth, legend, gods, and monsters.
Is it game enough to fill the Gerudo Valley-sized gap in our collective souls? Can it quench the unquenchable heart that lies still, awaiting the return of Link in Breath of the Wild 2?
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review - A Link to the Past
Perhaps the best in the franchise yet, and it wasn't even lead by either of the A or B teams...
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DOOM Eternal to Rip and Tear On Nintendo Switch Next Week
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DOOM Eternal to Rip and Tear On Nintendo Switch Next Week
With the long-awaited Nintendo Switch version of the excellent DOOM Eternal set to hit the handheld-console hybrid on December 8 via the Nintendo Switch eShop. Yeah, it looks like a physical release isn't happening -- but regardless of that getting to see idTech 7 running on the Switch is something of a minor miracle - with miracle makers Panic Button behind the port.

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A New IP Rises, But Not From Any Ashes - Immortals Fenyx Rising Review
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A New IP Rises, But Not From Any Ashes - Immortals Fenyx Rising Review
Having dabbled some myself, I can say Immortals Fenyx Rising definitely needs to be on your radar. It might not have name-sway yet, but trust us when we tell you as a new entry in the very suddenly crowded open-world space, this little gem is a Breath of fresh air, if you catch our drift.

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Same Spider-Time, Same Spider-Channel - Our Full Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales Review
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Same Spider-Time, Same Spider-Channel - Our Full Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales Review
New consoles, end-of-year releases, forever-updated tech and too many Monasteries to Raid has meant dolling out our next-gen review coverage for games throwing themselves around as examples of the new power ahead of us. Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales then presents itself as both a game swing away from what came before, to showcase that future, while also maybe holding itself back just a little too much.

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Star Wars: Squadrons Adds 120FPS Mode and 4K Support to Xbox Series X
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Star Wars: Squadrons Adds 120FPS Mode and 4K Support to Xbox Series X
Star Wars: Squadrons just got its big Update 3.0, err, update - which brings a new multiplayer map Fostar Haven to Dogfight and Fleet Battles and a bunch of optimisations and fixes. Though it seems we'll need to wait a bit longer for the arrival of the B-Wing and TIE Defender that was detailed last week.

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Watch Dogs: Legion Patch Fixes Several Progression Issues, Multiplayer on Track for 2021
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Watch Dogs: Legion Patch Fixes Several Progression Issues, Multiplayer on Track for 2021
As one of the bigger releases of this year Watch Dogs: Legion's launch was not without issues, from some users reporting crashes to general bugs and even a few progression killers. But it looked and played great, as per our full review it also doubles as a bit of a next-gen ray-tracing showcase on PC, Xbox Series X, and PS5. With the team at Ubisoft focused on improving the current experience this means the planned multiplayer is now due for release in 2021.

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Metro Exodus is Getting Enhanced for PS5 and Xbox Series X, Next Game in the Series Also in Development
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Metro Exodus is Getting Enhanced for PS5 and Xbox Series X, Next Game in the Series Also in Development
4A Games, the studio behind the Metro series of games, is currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of the franchise. From a very cool interactive timeline (that mimics the metro system of Moscow's underground railways) covering both the narrative and games like Metro 2033 and Metro Exodus -- the studio has also opened up regarding its plans for the future.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Update Adds a Quality Mode and V-Sync to the Xbox Series X and PS5 Version
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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Update Adds a Quality Mode and V-Sync to the Xbox Series X and PS5 Version
At launch Assassin's Creed Valhalla (our full review here) on Xbox Series X and PS5 offered a single mode, a crisp and smooth (up-to) 4K 60fps presentation. On most TVs out there though, it wasn't without issues. Screen-tearing was prevalent, on the account of it being tuned to the few VRR displays out there. And we say 'was' because the new 1.0.4 update deals with the screen-tearing and adds a new Quality Mode.

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Fallout 76: Steel Dawn Expansion is Available Now
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Fallout 76: Steel Dawn Expansion is Available Now
Surprise, the Brotherhood of Steel have dropped into post-apocalyptic Appalachia ahead of schedule - with Fallout 76: Steel Dawn available now. Apparently the update was inadvertently pushed out to Xbox players ahead of the planned December 1 launch -- and instead of rolling back that update, the team realised it was ready to debut so pushed it out to everyone.

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Cyberpunk 2077 - First PS4 Pro and PS5 Gameplay Footage Emerges
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Cyberpunk 2077 - First PS4 Pro and PS5 Gameplay Footage Emerges
Though it's worth noting that on PlayStation 5 hardware - as with the recent Xbox Series X gameplay - you're basically getting the backwards compatible PlayStation 4 Pro version. Anyway, Cyberpunk 2077 looks good no matter the platform, and this little compilation of gameplay is a great showcase for the stunning Night City.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator's Latest 'World Update' Gives Major U.S. Cities and Landmarks a Make-Over
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Microsoft Flight Simulator's Latest 'World Update' Gives Major U.S. Cities and Landmarks a Make-Over
Microsoft Flight Simulator is continuing to take its already remarkable digital recreation of the entire planet to the next level, with World Update II: USA giving the land of stars and stripes countless improvements from more detailed textures to new points of interest and even four new hand-crafted airports. And as is the Flight Simulator way -- there's also a brand-new, gorgeous 4K trailer to showcase the update.

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Red Dead Online is Being Released as a Standalone Game in December
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Red Dead Online is Being Released as a Standalone Game in December
With Rockstar taking the persistent multiplayer component of its Western opus Red Dead Redemption 2 and releasing it as a standalone game. Red Dead Online is set to launch December 1 for $4.99 USD across the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, Rockstar Games Launcher, Epic Games Store and Steam - with support for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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Watch This - Immortals Fenyx Rising Animated Trailer is all Levels of Awesome
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Watch This - Immortals Fenyx Rising Animated Trailer is all Levels of Awesome
We've kind of harped on a bit about this one, but trust us when we say it'll be one of the sleeper hits of the year. Ubisoft's Immortals Fenyx Rising (formally Gods and Monsters), is the Breath of the Wild sequel you're looking for before, you know, that actual sequel happens.

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Twin Mirror - Hands-On with Dontnod's Latest Narrative Mind-Bender
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Twin Mirror - Hands-On with Dontnod's Latest Narrative Mind-Bender
From the creators of the excellent Life is Strange series comes a new murder mystery dream within a dream small-town mind-bender called Twin Mirror. And with our own Adam 'Griz' Mathew going taking on the role of Sam in Basswood, Virginia he found himself avoiding things like 'mysterious blood stains' to play some Pac-Man at the local bar.

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Diablo 3 Season 22 'Shades of the Nephalem' Now Live
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Diablo 3 Season 22 'Shades of the Nephalem' Now Live
Well it went live over the weekend, but Diablo III Season 22 'Shades of the Nephalem' is now live with the theme bringing powerful Shadow Clones (modeled after popular builds) to fight along side you whenever you activate a Shrine or Pylon. It doesn't stop there though as a fourth Kanai's Cube slot has also been added - just in case you needed another additional, and sizeable, damage buff.

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World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Goes Live Tomorrow - Here's Some Lo-Fi Remixes of the Soundtrack
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World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Goes Live Tomorrow - Here's Some Lo-Fi Remixes of the Soundtrack
For Australian players, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands goes live tomorrow morning (10am AEST for Sydney/Melbourne), where the long-awaited new expansion will see them travel to the afterlife. And to celebrate the launch Blizzard has partnered with some prominent lo-fi hip hop producers to take the Shadowlands soundtrack and give it a dose of chill.

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Cyberpunk 2077 - NVIDIA Goes Behind the Scenes with CD Projekt Red and Showcases The Stunning Ray-Traced Night City
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Cyberpunk 2077 - NVIDIA Goes Behind the Scenes with CD Projekt Red and Showcases The Stunning Ray-Traced Night City
Yesterday we got one hell of an impressive gameplay trailer for Cyberpunk 2077, and with the release now weeks away - NVIDIA has released a new developer interview with the team at CD Projekt Red to talk about the game, Night City, and its use of ray-tracing. Let's just say that with RTX On, Cyberpunk 2077 looks absolutely stunning.

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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review - A Link to the Past
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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review - A Link to the Past
Available now, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity takes players 100 years into the past to experience the events that led to the state of things in the now-classic The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. So then, is this a stop-gap before we get the full-blown sequel? Can it live up to its setting?

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Project 007 Sees Hitman Developer IO Interactive Recruit Bond, James Bond
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Project 007 Sees Hitman Developer IO Interactive Recruit Bond, James Bond
When it comes to videogames starring the tux-wearing James Bond the conversation usually begins (and often ends) with the Nintendo 64 classic Goldeneye 007 from Rare. Today comes news direct from Hitman studio IO Interactive, with word that it's working on Project 007 - "a brand new James Bond video game with a wholly original story".

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Cyberpunk 2077 Official Gameplay Trailer is 5 Minutes of Awesome
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Cyberpunk 2077 Official Gameplay Trailer is 5 Minutes of Awesome
We're now weeks away from the release of Cyberpunk 2077 and to celebrate CD Projekt Red has put together a stunning new video giving us all that one last overview of Night City, combat, dialogue choices, skill trees, and choosing the right jacket and ride. Plus, some spoiler-y stuff on how Johnny Silverhand/Keanu Reeves joins the fight.

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Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door are Currently Free via the Epic Games Store
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Elite Dangerous and The World Next Door are Currently Free via the Epic Games Store
The Epic Games Store is continuing its run of free games being offered each and every week and today sees the arrival of the epic multiplayer space sim Elite Dangerous. It arrives at a great time too with the impressive Horizons expansion, which adds planetary landing, is now a part of the base game.

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