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For an adventure game with no combat, no fail state, and not even much in the way of an objective, exploring Sable’s ruined desert of Midden was rarely ever dull. Driving a hoverbike through its stylish open world or climbing giant mountains and crumbling cities can be a lot of fun in a zen-like fashion.
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Fancy yourself as a fearless firefighting fiend? One who is able to ignore the heat in hope of saving the kitchen? Embr is here – playable on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC.  Available right this very second – at least until it burns things down – Embr on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5,
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What is a Flowline, you might ask? If you’ve played a LEGO game (the hacking bits, mostly) or a hidden object game, you have probably come across one. You’re given a grid – sometimes squares, other times hexes – and that grid contains pairs of coloured nodes. Two red, two blue, two yellow: that sort
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The Magister is probably the most ambitious game of Cluedo that you’ll ever play.  Like Cluedo, a murderer is secretly drawn from a deck of Miss Plums and Colonel Mustards, but in The Magister’s case it’s Hunters, Doctors and Blacksmiths. The location is the same every time, as a Magister is murdered in the room
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! Here we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Windows PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass and soon-to-be released [email protected] games! Get more details on these games below and click their profiles for pre-order details when available (release dates are
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Summary The supernatural gameplay at the heart of Life is Strange: True Colors is built around tapping into the brightly colored auras surrounding other characters, and diving into the strong emotions they represent. Making this extremely visual, color-driven power accessible to players with Color Vision Deficiency (CVD) was emblematic of the Deck Nine team’s approach
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One-part tiny Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and one-part Micro Machines, Skatebird is a little bit like a Photoshop Friday pun parody brought to life; it’s extremely small birds riding Tech Decks on small-scale stunt ramps scattered around a messy bedroom, plus various locations around an office. Beneath the joke is an ambitious attempt at a
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Inspired by the classics of horror, Omen of Sorrow sees Xbox and PC players given the chance to join the battle, and conquer the darkness.  Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC through Steam, Omen of Sorrow comes out of the eastasiasoft and AOne Games teams to
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The Yakuza series and its spin-offs are renowned for juxtaposing simmering crime drama plots alongside quirkier complementary diversions, but Lost Judgment is the first time that the side dishes have turned out to be more satisfying than the main course. An intriguing murder case at its center doesn’t quite go the distance thanks to a
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Ah, the fighting game. One of the oldest genres there is. There’s loads of fighting games to choose from, and many of them come from some of the most recognized franchises in all of gaming. From Street Fighter to Soulcalibur and from Mortal Kombat to Streets of Rage. With so many options, why would anyone
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Ninjas and the stealth genre are like PB&J sandwiches: even with stale bread, it’s usually a mix powerful enough that it can overwhelm any unpleasant flavors — though Aragami 2 is the exception that proves that rule. This sleuthy third-person adventure is an utter delight when you’re exploring its brilliant serpentine levels or disposing of
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