Month: August 2020

While Halo Infinite is delayed to 2021, a partnership between Monster Energy and Halo Infinite begins now. You can pick up Monster Energy Halo Infinite drinks to earn XP bonuses, bank them, stack them, and get ready to put in those long energy drink fueled shooty hours. Okay, so XP bonuses are nice but what else? Snapcodes.
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The release of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition has had us looking back over the long-running and celebrated Final Fantasy franchise. The RPG series with the title to get Lionel Hutz hot under the collar has over three decades-worth of titles to its name, with fifteen mainline entries, and a bewildering host of spin-offs,
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Earlier this year, Alice0 mused that it would be weird if Sony didn’t bring more exclusives to PC and by golly it looks like they were listening to her specifically because now they’re having a proper think about it. Sony now say they will “explore” bringing more games by Sony-owned studios to PC players. The
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By Cian Maher, Monday, 31 August 2020 20:49 GMT In a move that will shock absolutely no one, Microsoft recently announced that Halo Infinite will feature guns sponsored by Monster Energy. The news comes from an official Xbox blog post, which opens by discussing the recently launched Halo Infinite Monster Energy cans. While these real-life
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Update 9/1/20: It’s official. Our original story follows. As the launch date for Ampere approaches, the details on the next-generation platform are firming up and the rumors are theoretically becoming more accurate. The first is a given, with details on
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The long wait is over, Rangers. The Wasteland 3 Fig campaign concluded at the end of 2016, and in the almost four years since then we’ve worked hard to make that promise a reality. Hopefully with the release of Wasteland 3 we’ll have met and exceeded your expectations. Whether you’re a backer from the old
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Tell Me Why reviewed by Janet Garcia on Xbox One. Also available on PC. “Tell Me Why’s well-written dialogue, mundane yet charming exploration, and whimsical fairy tale angle makes digging into the town of Delos Crossing a good story with decent puzzles. It’s just that the low-stakes decisions and an underwhelming mystery plot left me
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Sony Corporation has revealed in its annual report for 2020 that its Interactive Entertainment arm will continue to invest in and acquire video game developers while strengthening partnerships with third party studios. As of May 2020, Sony Worldwide Studios owns 14 developers and it wants more companies with “abundant creativity and cutting-edge technologies.” Sony mentioned
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Square Enix has revealed that its Marvel’s Avengers beta tests attracted over six million players worldwide. During this period, the game saw 33 million Ms. Marvel embiggens, 200 million Hulk smashes, over 300 million enemies defeated, 175 thousand legendary gear found, 22 million Hulk Busters summoned, and 35 million Widow’s bites unleashed. Overall, players spent a
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Madden NFL 21 reviewed by David Jagneaux on PlayStation 4 Pro. Also available on Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. “Madden NFL 21 is a great example of why competition breeding innovation is a good thing. Without a comparable NFL experience on the market, EA has allowed its marquee sports franchise to fall behind in almost
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The hit RPG best known for its never-before-seen depth of customization and intense combat is back with exclusive pre-order opportunities on Xbox One! Kingdoms of Amalur is the brain-child of best-selling author R.A. Salvatore, Spawn creator Todd McFarlane and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion lead designer Ken Rolston. Its original release in 2012 captivated gamers and
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Obsidian Entertainment has outlined its update plans for Grounded. Grounded players should give the game’s feature board a look to see what’s coming to the game. Obsidian has outlined what to expect in the game as far as planned updates, future updates, and what is being considered. Coming soon to the game are new creatures
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Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have once again reiterated that all playable post-launch content for Marvel’s Avengers – including new characters, story content, missions, and regions – will be free for all players. However, the game will be supported by an in-game economy that will allow players to either unlock cosmetics or purchase them with real
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