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Apple Arcade has five more games to check out today

They did it. They got my first real, honest-to-goodness five bucks for Apple Arcade. I was originally thinking I'd only stick around for that initial free trial period, but I ended up keeping my subscription going past the first month &ndas...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Shinsekai: Into the Depths

When Apple Arcade was first announced, I never expected to one day use the subscription service to play a deep-sea metroidvania game from Capcom. What a wild thought. Even now, it feels like a dream. Looking through the launch lineup, Apple...

 
 
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Review: What the Golf?

What the Golf? is as good as I hoped it'd be, which is to say, "very." I'm honestly relieved! The game takes an otherworldly view of golf, twisting and turning a basic premise in increasingly outlandish ways not unlike something out of Wari...

 
 
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John Wick Hex will be let loose on Epic Games Store October 8

Anyone eager to lock 'n' load as unstoppable assassin John Wick finally has a date with which to mark their calendars. As announced by publisher Good Shepard Entertainment, John Wick Hex will be unleashed on PC and Mac via Epic Games Store ...

 
 
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A Total War Saga: Troy is coming to PC in 2020

It may be a bit of a foregone conclusion at this point, but publisher Sega and developer Creative Assembly have finally lifted the curtain on the next release in the Total War Saga strategy sub-series series. And, as previously revealed, we...

 
 
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It's time to spruce up your Steam library

Valve has made it that much easier for me to see exactly how many games I've left untouched and unloved in my aging Steam library. With today's beta, Steam users can now opt-in to play around with the platform's new and arguably improved li...

 
 
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The floor is literal lava in Klei's new game, Hot Lava

At long last, The Floor is Lava: The Video Game is almost here. Don't Starve developer Klei Entertainment is putting the final touches on Hot Lava, a first-person parkour game that we first started following back in 2016. It looked neat the...

 
 
 
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Wilmot's Warehouse celebrates the joy of sorting

Note to self (and anyone else who finds a strange sort of relaxation in video game item management): don't forget to play Wilmot's Warehouse when you're not buried under prior commitments. It's a charming game about sorting and delivering a...

 
 
 
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Empire of Sin is a dream game for John and Brenda Romero

Nintendo's E3 Direct was full of a ton of surprises, but one of the more striking was the announcement of Empire of Sin. Feeling completely out of place for Nintendo's family-friendly image, the short teaser showed mobsters gunning down oth...

 
 
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The Sims 4 is free to keep on Origin right now

If you were ever going to buy The Sims 4, you would've done so by now. You've held strong. As a reward, the life sim game is free to download. Not just to try, but to keep. Electronic Arts is giving out the PC and Mac version – the no...

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Humble Bundle is now on its twentieth 'indie' bundle

It doesn't feel like Humble Bundle has existed for all that long, but clearly, my perspective is out of whack. We're now on the Humble Indie Bundle 20, a fitting reminder that time moves way too fast and you shouldn't let important things g...

 
 
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Viz Media is getting into gaming with The World Next Door

Viz Media is easily one of the largest names in anime and manga outside of Japan. Since its humble beginnings in 1986, its grown to become the largest publisher of graphic novels in the United States. Now, the company is dipping its toes in...

 
 
 
 
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These are the best-selling Steam games of 2018

As we inch toward the new year, Valve has shared a list of the 100 best-selling games on Steam in 2018. Along with the general list, there are also a few more specific groupings including the top 150 new releases, VR best-sellers, Early Acc...

 
 
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Stardew Valley creator's new game is on the back-burner

After recently announcing that he would begin self-publishing Stardew Valley on all platforms except for Nintendo Switch and mobile, game creator Eric Barone promised more announcements would come soon. Earlier today, he had quite a lot to ...

 
 
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Forget Black Friday, the Steam Autumn Sale is live now

Valve is now running its annual Steam Autumn Sale with deals on some 14,000 PC games. What's good this year? Based on spending habits so far, it looks like Civilization VI ($17.99), Total War: Warhammer II ($29.99), Assassin's Creed Odyssey...

 
 




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We need to continue to form The Order of No Quarter by The Enchantress command! Our search for new members continues in Shovel Knight: Specter of

 
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Hashtag Mike Monday

 
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Scorpia reference

 
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At least I managed to get back into the gym, but oh boy, after a month or so without going its gonna take me a while to return to my previous

 
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Seymour

So, with less than 5 days away from Sword/Shield, it might be appropo to broadcast our final thoughts, choice of starter, After prowling around for leaks, Im content with most of the new Pokes and am a fan of Sobbles final #SobbleSquad!

 
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Can we take a second to acknowledge how well crafted the DS Lite was as a handheld?

 
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Good riddance to Don All it took for him to lose his job is 30 years of being a hateful bigot and national embarrassment on live

 
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Wolfenstein II was NUTS! Im so glad I played Heres my proudest moment:

 
 

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