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Microsoft Flight Simulator already looks wildly ambitious. Asobo Studio previously explained that you can fly anywhere in the world in their flight simulation. Anywhere? Anywhere. Naturally then they need to have airports everywhere. All the airports, even. So Microsoft Flight Simulator apparently features every airport in the world. A modest 37,000 of those have been manually
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Toy Fair is ramping up in New York, where tons of new figures and collectibles are being showcased for the first time. Among the exciting additions for game fans, Funko has highlighted an array of fun figures from the upcoming Crystal Dynamics Avengers video game. Whether you’re looking to help Hulk smash your bookcase, or
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PlayStation cancelled its PAX East presence completely a few days ago, and now other consequences of COVID-19, aka coronavirus, are rippling across the industry. Square Enix has announced that many of their developers are no longer making the journey to PAX, via a post on the Final Fantasy XIV lodestone website. Some of Capcom’s developers
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Castle Crashers was, like predecessor Alien Hominid, a beautifully animated, arcady, 2D scrolling beat ‘em up by The Behemoth. It eventually made it to PCs in 2012, although it was out on console in 2008. Curiously,
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The latest season of Fortnite has started, and the spy-themed Top Secret backdrop for battle royale includes ways to change the island permanently. Players choose sides and complete missions as part of the Ghost or Shadow sides. The Battle Pass contains agents such as Meowscles, skin-changing Maya, Marvel’s Deadpool, and others, and you’ll complete weekly missions for
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Europa Universalis II will always be one of my favourite strategy games, even if I don’t play it any more because its sequels have improved on it so much. Paradox’s epic map-painting series is one of
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time… The elevator pitch for A Case Of Distrust has got to be one of the most tantalising statements in the history of games. Set in San Francisco in 1924, this narrative mystery game is, and I
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Nick van Dyk, the president of Activision Blizzard’s film and television division, may have leaked the development of Overwatch and Diablo animated series on his LinkedIn profile, which GameSpot uncovered. According to his profile, the Diablo animated series is “rendered in anime style” and is in pre-production for Netflix. The Overwatch information isn’t as detailed,
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Death meta Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy is a name so crap I can’t even be bothered to mock it. And yet unlike 95% of crap names, I never forget it. EYE is one of my favourite games.
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Pokémon’s anniversary is February 27, a day that will likely be filled with news and events for most of the active Pokémon games. For Sword and Shield, Game Freak has stated that it will reveal a new mythical Pokémon that will likely appear in the game at the same time. The official Pokémon Twitter account shared what is believed
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Two years after its mobile debut, Florence is settling down to tell her story on desktop. Fitting into the length of a lunch break, Mountains’ short visual novel reflects on the little moments of life and love – considering everything from settling down for lunch with a crush, taking phone calls from your mum, to
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Digital subscribers to Game Informer are now able to learn all about Outriders! Following this week’s cover reveal, our digital issue is now live to subscribers on web browsers, iPad/iPhone and Android devices. Individual issues will be available for purchase later today. You can download the apps to view the issue by following this link. All of these digital
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2K has announced that internal developer 2K Silicon Valley will now be known as 31st Union, with progress already underway on an unannounced new IP. 2K Silicon Valley was inaugurated last year with Michael Condrey, co-founder of Sledgehammer Games (Call of Duty: WWII and more) as president. Alongside the new studio name, 31st Union is
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One of the biggest flops of 2019 was BioWare’s living sci-fi game Anthem. While it received middling review scores based on the content available at launch, it quickly became apparent the development team did not have sufficient long-term content or gameplay-evolution plans in place to sustain a dedicated community the way a living game needs
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Destiny 2 is having a pretty tough time with swords. Just as Bungie announce plans to rework bladed weapons entirely, a new problem emerges with swords of a more supernatural nature. Dawnblade-specced Warlocks have discovered a relatively simple exploit allowing them to burn through their super indefinitely, letting them spit flaming blades ’til the sun
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Virtuous, the team handling the Switch port of The Outer Worlds, has studios located in Chengdu and Xi’an, China, and those offices have been closed during the Coronavirus outbreak and a mandatory quarantine. Publisher Private Division took to Twitter to say that “the team at Virtuous is ok,” but they’ll need additional time to finish
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Last year’s Below was a stunner. A beautiful subterranean puzzle-box. A real shame, then, that for so many explorers it was also brutally, unforgivingly difficult. But while developers Capy one stood firmly by the belief that a cursed hole in the ground should be a torturous experience, they’ve since changed their tune. Below will soon
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