Planet Zoo Lets You Build Your Zoo However You Want

A good zoo isn’t just about giving paying customers a fun afternoon with the family. Looking past the fancy animal displays, shiny souvenirs, and themed restaurants, every great zoo works toward a mission of conservation. To accomplish this goal, the zoo and its employees must get everything perfect, right down to the very last details. Frontier knows this, and the […]

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You can play Cadence of Hyrule without the rhythm mode

By now you’ve probably heard that Cadence of Hyrule is one of the best Zelda spinoffs ever made — it’s so good, that players could easily mistake it for a Nintendo-developed game. You might have also heard that it’s a rhythm game where you have to move, attack, and defend to the beat. For some people, having to play along […]

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Midnight Ghost Hunt pits you against a squad of ghost hunters

Midnight Ghost Hunt was shown off at the PC Gaming Show by developer Mellowsoft, and it looks like a fantastic title for fans of asymmetric multiplayer. Sam Malone, the creative director and one-man team behind Midnight Ghost Hunt, explained the title. The trailer shows the ghost hiding as objects like a lamp and a chair, staying safe from hazmat suit […]

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New to Pokémon? What you need to play after watching Detective Pikachu

While it isn’t the most traditional Pokémon gaming experience, Pokémon GO serves as an excellent entry point into what makes the franchise tick. The mobile app became a headline-grabbing phenomena when it originally released back in 2016, and while buzz around it has since quietened down it still remains extremely popular. Using the app, you walk around the real world […]

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You Can Now Watch That Entire High-School Production Of Alien

Remember that high-school drama club that put on a production of Ridley Scott’s Alien a few months ago? You aren’t going to be able to see it in person, but all hope isn’t lost: The school has uploaded the whole show online, and you can watch it in 4K. Students at New Jersey’s North Bergen High School performed the show in […]

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You Can Finally Change Your PSN Name On PS4

Update: PSN ID changes are now live in North America, Europe, and Australia for all PS4 users. We’ve got a walkthrough on how to change your PSN name, but Sony has warned that some games have issues after changing your ID. While the number is somewhat limited, you should check it out before committing to a change, as the problems […]

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You Can Now Watch The For Honor Documentary, Playing Hard, On Netflix

If you’re a fan of video game documentaries, Netflix has your Friday night covered. Playing Hard is a full-length documentary that follows the years-long development of For Honor, Ubisoft’s knights-versus-vikings-versus-samurai action game. And unlike the plethora of behind-the-scenes dev diaries that studios offer fans these days, Playing Hard isn’t just a marketing ploy; the movie was made by independent film […]

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Watch what happens if you win the first major fight in Sekiro

You’re supposed to lose your first major battle in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. The game’s story depends on it. But this is FromSoftware we’re talking about; they’re not about to cheat to force you to lose, at least not mechanically. That first battle against Genichiro Ashina is technically winnable, although it requires nearly preternatural swordplay to do so. You can […]

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