Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Announced

Activision has had their ups and downs in recent years with Call of Duty as a series, hitting declinations and reclamations with different eras and places ranging from World War II to the far-flung future. With this year’s game returning to Infinity Ward, the studio that truly put the series on the mainstream map with 2007’s Modern Warfare, it seems […]

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A Detective Pikachu Game Is Coming To Switch

Detective Pikachu has had a bit of an odd path so far. The release was announced to be episodic, but only the first episode came out in Japan while the wait for the rest of the story continued. A second episode was eventually announced along with an English localization and, around the same time, an intention to release the now […]

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Somebody Paid $101,336 For A Virtual F1 Car

Someone has purchased an exclusive “virtual car” for more than $100,000 USD in an unreleased, officially-licensed Formula 1 game you have almost certainly never heard of. Wait… what? If you think that sounds crazy, keep reading. There’s a lot of weird stuff to digest here that has far-reaching implications for both the future of racing games and Formula 1, so […]

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Mojang Unearths A Bit More Info On Minecraft: Dungeons

Mojang revealed a new Minecraft spinoff at last year’s Minecon event, then seemingly took it back underground. Minecraft: Dungeons seemed like an interesting idea, with teams of four battling monsters in classic dungeon-crawler style adventures, but since that announcement we’ve heard virtually nothing else about the project. Fortunately, that’s about to change. Mojang is ready to share more information about […]

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Wait a minute, the Video Game Hall of Fame inducted … Solitaire?

The World Video Game Hall of Fame today honored four more inductees, three of them landmark works of home computer gaming, and one of them a staple of the office. That would be 1990’s Microsoft Solitaire, a pack-in with the Windows 3.0 operating system that “became ubiquitous around the world.” In today’s announcement, The Strong National Museum of Play in […]

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Travis Touchdown Will Be A Pawn In Dragon's Dogma Switch

Go ahead and file this one in the “Alright, why not?” category, but No More Heroes-creator and Grasshopper Manufacture head Suda51 appeared on a Famitsu a livestream last night to talk about upcoming DLC for Travis Strikes Again, the Switch-exclusive No More Heroes semi-sequel. During the livestream, however, Suda also decided to announce some cosmetic collaborations, including Travis’ inclusion as […]

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Labo VR Is A Functional Novelty

Back in 2016 when PlayStation released its VR headset, it was trailing about seven months behind its Oculus and Vive competition. The big question about console VR was: Can it be a legitimate VR competitor? Thankfully the answer was yes, but with a few caveats. When Nintendo announced its frankly surprising entry into the VR realm, the question was raised again […]

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Indivisible Gameplay: A Skullgirls Take On Action-RPGs

Indivisible is an action-RPG where you’ll explore the world and snap directly into combat encounters. In the video above, you’ll watch as we explore a large fortress guarded by statues that fire massive room-filling lasers. There’s a good taste of the game’s action-heavy combat too. If the look of Indivisible reminds you of the fighting game Skullgirls, that’s because it’s […]

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Vacation Simulator Review – A Modest Virtual Sabbatical

Owlchemy Labs’ first VR game, Job Simulator, placed you in a series of familiar work environments and made you interact with well-meaning robots who didn’t understand how human beings work. Vacation Simulator is the natural evolution of that experience, trading the office for vacation settings while keeping the friendly-but-confused robots. You have more to do and are a more active […]

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