Month: July 2021

On July 31st, 1989, North America got to experience the newest hardware from Nintendo. However, it wasn’t a home console, like the NES. It was a handheld, the Game Boy. The Game Boy became very successful, with it and the Game Boy Color eventually selling a total of 118,000,000 units. Games that were released for
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The recently-launched Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Sigrblot Festival came with its own set of issues, at least one of which has been resolved with a hotfix. Players reported missing foreign supplies in quest “War Effort.” According to Ubisoft, this is now resolved. You’ll need to restart your game to activate the hotfix. The following issues are still
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Two-minute review (Image credit: Future) We cannot recommend the Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 headset enough to anyone looking for a premium, long-lasting, comfortable headset: it ticks every box we look for when searching for decent tech. And, in a world where pairing headsets to Bluetooth dongles and wrestling with buttons and flaps and
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What are the most important moments in your life? Lost At Sea is a game about life and death, about coming to terms with your past and about family. Set on a beautiful island, this game will force you to look past your fears and take stock of your life through imaginative puzzles and a
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Pokemon Unite reviewed by Sam Stewart on Nintendo Switch, also coming to IOS and Android in 2021. This mobile Pokemon MOBA can be fun, but it’s constrained by its overcommitment to simplicity, as well as some dubious microtransactions that raise pay to win concerns. #IGN #PokemonUnite
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Square Enix’s new re-releases of Final Fantasy 1, 2, and 3 are strong efforts, and worthy of your attention. But there’s definitely scope to improve with patches and future ports. Watch on YouTube Classic Final Fantasy has a bit of a ‘version problem’. When it comes to FF1 through FF6, there’s no real definitive release
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Perhaps no modern game is more blunt about its influences than Eldest Souls. Despite having a name that would make a copyright lawyer sweat, this overtly FromSoftware-inspired action game manages to establish its own blend of addictive, brutal combat and gorgeous art direction that rivals its 2D and 3D peers. It doesn’t mirror their same
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Forza Motorsport 7 is driving off into the sunset in September. Turn 10 Studios have announced that Motorsport 7 is reaching its “end of life” status, which mostly means they’re removing any way for you to buy it. It’s a routine part of the Forza game lifecyle, they explain, so they’ve got plans in place
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