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Many of you play Pokémon Go every day; others are enchanted by Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Later this year, Niantic is inviting you to another augmented reality experience for mobile devices. In Transformers: Heavy Metal, you team up with the Autobots to uncover hidden areas on Earth that contain valuable resources. Standing in your way
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I’ve been after a shooter that’ll loosen my grip on Call Of Duty: Warzone and I think Battlefield 2042 might be it. Having watched the gameplay trailer at Microsoft and Bethesda’s E3 showcase, it’s large-scale shooty bang in areas exclusively ravaged by tornadoes and storms. Clear skies and an easy shot? Nah mate, not any
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Today’s the second official day of E3, and Microsoft will take the stage with their large corporate son, Bethesda, at 6pm UK time (10am Pacific). What to expect? Well, games we know they’re working on include Hellblade 2, Halo Infinite, Psychonauts 2, a Perfect Dark reboot, a new Forza, and State Of Decay 3. Plus
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Brawlhalla fans, get ready to hang ten, eat pizza, and kick butt because the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are joining the fray. Ubisoft announced during today’s Forward presentation that Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo will invade the free-to-play fighter today.  Couple today’s news with the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredders Revenge, and it looks
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Master murderninja Ryu Hayabusa flipped onto PC today withthe Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection, which bundles together the hack ‘n’ slash trilogy that ran between 2004 and 2012. They’re great games, and murderously difficult. Unfortunately, the first two games come as their Sigma versions (which many consider worse than the originals) and many players are reporting
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When Nvidia released their RTX 3070 at the end of last year, it was by far the most compelling GPU in their initial RTX 30 line-up. Offering RTX 2080 Ti levels of power for a (supposed) fraction of the cost, it remains my graphics card of choice for those after high frame rates at 1440p
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Insurmountable reviewMountain climbing as a roguelike: a surprisingly taut genre fit, occasionally let down by fiddly execution. Developer: ByteRockers Publisher: ByteRockers Release: Out now On: Windows From: Steam Price: £15.49/€20/$20 Everything I know about mountain climbing came from a corporate team-building day where management hired a banker who’d scaled Everest to tell us how he
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