Month: August 2021

While Call of Duty: Vanguard may have revitalized Call of Duty conversation over the last few weeks, the content engine rolls on strong for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Season 5 is finally here, and with it comes a new Double Agent mode, multiplayer maps, Zombies, and Warzone additions! Let’s break
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Hello, PlayStation Nation! It’s that time of year when we get to unpack all the exciting gameplay enhancements and new features coming your way with NBA 2K22! We had an ambitious feature list that we wanted to tackle this year: faster-paced gameplay, tighter and more responsive movement, more skill-based offense, and big changes to the
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Today, on the Windows Blog, we announced that Windows 11 will start to become available beginning on October 5. A brand-new Windows experience, Windows 11 will be available through a free upgrade on eligible Windows 10 PCs. Windows 11 was built to be a place where everyone can play, connect, and create. Thanks to its
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TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week is back for 2021, and PC gaming has never been better – or more important. The PC continues to be the best place to play games if you’re after sheer breadth of game types. From obscure indie games to visually stunning AAA titles, our humble PCs (or tricked out rigs) let
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When Sony launched its revised PlayStation 5, one thing users picked up on is that the new system is 11.6 ounces (330g) lighter than its predecessor. This is nearly a pound of weight. Enthusiast investigations have found where Sony managed
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Image: Nintendo Life Next month marks the third year of the Switch Online service and it seems there’s discussion once again about Nintendo potentially bolstering its paid service with additional retro content. In the latest “Nate the Hate” podcast, known insider ‘NateDrake’ talks about how Nintendo might be adding Game Boy and Game Boy Color
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Four Horsemen Studios is bringing their toy line into the video game universe with Mythic Legions Tactics: War of the Aetherblade. The figurines feature interchangeable parts and custom options, so players have been able to build their own takes on classic fantasy archetypes like skeletons, ogres, knights, goblins, and more. While the toys-to-life craze may
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Howdy hunters! Autumn is right around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited to finally welcome PlayStation fans to Rancho del Arroyo, the brand-new desert reserve for the immersive hunting game theHunter: Call of the Wild. Inspired by the grandiose Sonoran Desert in Northern Mexico, this stunning reserve includes five unique new animal species
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