Month: October 2021

If the words ‘boss rush bullet hell’ don’t strike fear into you, you’re a braver person than myself. Just for you then, I present Godstrike on Xbox, a new bullet hell that is launching today, and also on PlayStation 4. In Godlike, you don’t have a health bar. Instead you have a time limit to
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Amid a sea of seemingly endless looter-shooters, Back 4 Blood bucks a lot of trends in favor of something old-fashioned. After spending 25 hours with this four-player cooperative first-person shooter, I came to love its glorious white-knuckle tone, clever card-based progression, and varied, fist-pump-worthy campaign. An awkward difficulty curve and a stale versus mode prevent
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Now that the existence of a PS2-era Grand Theft Auto trilogy has been confirmed with the announcement of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition, people’s attention has been directed elsewhere. Instead the rumors and speculation now concentrate on what the “across-the-board upgrades” will be. A forum post by renowned GTA leaker alloc8or
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Want to know the best build for Karlee in Back 4 Blood? Karlee isn’t one of the best characters in Back 4 Blood, but she still has some killer abilities that deserve a spot in your team. Most notably, Karlee can sense nearby hazards and Special Ridden, so you won’t be surprised when a Tallboy
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TheXboxHub has been around since 2013, and in that time millions of visitors have enjoyed our honest Xbox reviews, our bang-up-to-date Xbox news, and a whole ton of Xbox opinions. Today though we are celebrating a couple of things – rather big milestones for our Youtube channel and our podcast. What better way to celebrate
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MercurySteam, the development studio behind Metroid Dread, is currently under some hot water, as former staff members have come forward claiming they weren’t credited for their work on the recently released and critically acclaimed action-adventure title for Nintendo Switch. 3D artist Roberto Mejías took to LinkedIn to express confusion and disappointment that he was not
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Months after Pokemon Go was launched in U.S.A, Niantic finally launched the game in India through a tie-up with Reliance Jio a few days ago. The biggest problem with this move is that no one really cares anymore. Those who were excited by the game and enamoured by it’s A.R. capabilities downloaded the game months
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As promised earlier this week, Call of Duty: Vanguard‘s Zombies received its full reveal today. Unlike the campaign and multiplayer developed by Sledgehammer Games, Zombies experts Treyarch have been put solely in charge of Vanguard Zombies which will expand upon the Dark Aether story that they began in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The
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Today, Grinding Gear Games unveiled tons of details about the upcoming Scourge expansion during a stream presentation. Many of the aspects you’re probably expecting from most leagues are on full display here, including a massive risk/reward system that has you fueling your items with demonic corruption. In fact, you’re fueling everything with corruption here as
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