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Control is making the leap to PS5 and Xbox Series X

Control, one of the very best games of 2019, isn't done yet. There's still the highly-anticipated AWE add-on which is due sometime in the coming months. But, we've just learned that Control is also moving to the next dimension con...

 
 
 
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Dare you take on Razmi's Challenges in new Indivisible DLC?

Lab Zero Games is preparing to release the first paid DLC drop for its attractive action RPG Indivisible. Releasing on PS4, PC, and Xbox One later this week, Razmi's Challenges will focus on the devious mind of everyone's favourite sardonic...

 
 
 
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Review: Journey to the Savage Planet: Hot Garbage

Journey to the Savage Planet is one of 2020's standout surprises, a breezy adventure-platformer in the spirit of Metroid Prime. There's a lot to love -- a never-serious tone, fast ability-based locomotion, and a constant pull to explor...

 
 
 
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Review: Control: The Foundation

Jesse Faden's in, ahem, control now but she isn't bringing any much-needed stability to the Bureau. That's sort of the curse that FBC directors are burdened with: They react to crisis after crisis until everything finally goes haywire and t...

 
 
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Racing sim Assetto Corsa Competizione headed to PS4, Xbox One

Kunos Simulazioni is hoping to reach more hardcore racing fans this year. On the heels of last year's PC release, Assetto Corsa Competizione is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 23, 2020. Something to consider if you're a big GT3...

 
 
 
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Review: Journey to the Savage Planet

It's presumptuous to make this call so early into 2020, but here goes: Journey to the Savage Planet stands a very real chance of being one of my most pleasant surprises in video games this year. I came in with little to no expectations &nda...

 
 
 
 
 
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Death Stranding is coming to PC summer 2020

Publisher 505 Games has announced it will be bringing Hideo Kojima's upcoming adventure Death Stranding to the PC platform in the summer of 2020. Additional details will be released "in the near future.""We are extremely excited and honored...

 
 
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Control's photo mode is going to be the absolute best

A lot of bonkers shit happens in Control, and everyone's free to document it all. Record some gameplay as Former tries to murder you. Snap off a screenshot as Jesse finds the Hotline for the first time. Tomorrow, that documentation gets a h...

 
 
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Review: Indivisible

It's here. It's actually, finally, here. After a seat-of-the-pants crowdfunding campaign, an unfortunate delay, and four tireless years of development, Lab Zero Games, who brought us the incredible 2012 fighter Skullgirls, is ready to relea...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Control

Synchronicity is a theme, or at least a phenomenon, that's used in Control. Through its elaborate and convoluted story, it's established that spectacular results can be achieved when distant and separate things are attuned to one another. T...

 
 
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Remedy is working to fix Control's performance on consoles

Control is a brilliant game, but it doesn't always run brilliantly. In the past couple days, Remedy has been barraged by complaints from people who are trying to play on base model PS4 and Xbox One. At times, the action can crawl to a ...

 
 
 
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Control's PC specs just got a lot less demanding

Control launches toward the tail-end of August, so Remedy has given PC players a heads-up as to what kind of specs they'll need. Actually, that already happened two weeks ago. When Control's PC requirements were first released in July, some...

 
 
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Review: Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Bloodstained will probably live forever in the memory of those who backed it on Kickstarter. It was part of the "actually creators can rebuke publishers and do their own thing" era of the crowdfunding platform, alongside of projects like Mi...

 
 
 




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