The Read Dead Redemption II Original Score Is Officially Out

Woody Jackson returns for yet another collaboration with Rockstar Games, the original score, the last of the Red Dead Redemption II music. Alongside Woody Jackson are contributions from other artists such as Arca, Colin Stetson, Senyawa, David Ferguson, Jon Theodore, and more. The original score includes 22 tracks and can be found on iTunes and Spotify. For more updates on Read Dead Redemption II, be […]

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Journey Is Now On iOS

Hot on the heels of releasing Sky: Children Of Light, Thatgamecompany has even more news. The former Sony exclusive gem Journey is now available to play on iOS. Publisher Annapurna Interactive made the announcement on Twitter: Journey by @thatgamecompany is now available on the App Store // https://t.co/3X3xR5avMG pic.twitter.com/UZkMMwNOgN The iOS version of the game will run you $5. It […]

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Mortal Kombat 11 dev: Hackers have taken over the leaderboards

NetherRealm Studios, long-time developer of several popular fighting games, admits that it’s investigating a string of online attacks against Mortal Kombat 11 customers. It appears that at least one determined hacker is using distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks to manipulate the leaderboards on PlayStation 4. There are also reports of personal threats, including several alleged instances of players whose […]

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No Man’s Sky’s Beyond update arrives Aug. 14

No Man’s Sky’s massive, game-changing Beyond update finally has a release date: Aug. 14. The date’s announcement was made in a blog post on developer Hello Games’ website, along with a very short teaser trailer. According to Hello Games, the Beyond update is three major updates rolled into one. The first update will be No Man’s Sky’s new and expanded […]

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PS Plus Free PS4 Games For August 2019

August is finally upon us, which means new PS4 freebies will soon be available for PS Plus subscribers–the perfect excuse to stay inside and avoid the summer heat. Plus, July’s free games are still available for a few more days, so don’t forget to claim Detroit: Become Human Digital Deluxe Edition and Horizon Chase Turbo before August 6. On that […]

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Dang, Warframe really picks up after the first 20 hours

I find myself suddenly obsessed with Warframe, despite how badly I initially struggled with the game. The satisfying combat and intricate movement were always enjoyable, but I just couldn’t understand how this was the game that had swallowed up so many of my gaming friends. But it turns out I just had to reach the 20-hour mark, and then everything […]

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Destiny 2: The many exploits of the Season of Opulence

Every Destiny 2 season has its share of bugs. Many are silly or frustrating, but some completely trivialize content. These exploits have plagued two of the biggest features in the Season of Opulence: The Menagerie and the Tribute Hall. This season of exploits has changed the way players interact with the game for nearly two months. So what are they? […]

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Minecraft is having a big comeback in 2019

2019 has had a few constants on the internet so far: “Old Town Road,” Keanu Reeves, Area 51, a general sense of unease about our impending ecological disaster. Surprisingly, a 10-year-old video game has also joined the mix — Minecraft, the iconic block builder. Minecraft, it should be noted, has quietly been dominating video games this entire time: By Mojang’s […]

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Grand Theft Auto Online’s Casino sets new player count highs

Grand Theft Auto Online’s Diamond Casino & Resort update last week gave Rockstar’s flagship franchise its biggest number of players ever. Rockstar didn’t share specific numbers, but it’s striking that a game from 2013 can, six years later, record its highest daily and weekly player total with a free content update. The Diamond Casino & Resort is a long-awaited location […]

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