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Wipeout Omega Collection Come in a PS1-Style Box

By Vikki Blake Wipeout Omega Collection will feature a retro, original PlayStation-style wraparound box sleeve. The wraparound sleeve – which strongly resembles the first Wipeout’s cover, released way back in 1995 – comes complete with the original PlayStation logo, and artistic impressions of scuffs, folds and tears along the edges ...

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Speedrunner Beats Prey In Less Than 20 Minutes

With all of its unique abilities and the snazzy Gloo Cannon, Prey is a game made to be broken. Speedrunners are already pushing the game to its limits, with one beating the game in less than 20 minutes.  You can watch all of DraQu’s frankly incredible run below. As a ...

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Risk of Rain 2 Announced

Share. Hopoo Games offer a first look at Risk of Rain’s ambitious sequel By Sam Stewart The popular action-platformer Risk of Rain is getting a sequel, titled Risk of Rain 2. Developer Hopoo Games took to their Tumblr page today to make the announcement, saying that while the game has ...

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7 Things You Need to Do First in The Division

This page covers important steps to take when first starting out as an Agent in Tom Clancy’s The Division. It will cover specific missions to complete first, as well as what items to acquire and some basic information for players just beginning their adventure. There are two essential gameplay mechanics ...

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Facebook Messenger rolls out Instant Games worldwide

Facebook is sidestepping the app stores by now allowing everyone to play no-download HTML5 “Instant Games” inside of Facebook Messenger. Launched in the U.S. in November, Instant Games are now globally available with 50 titles to play, from Pac-Man to 8 Ball Pool. Plus, Facebook is rolling out two new ...

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Never Played Shenmue II? Watch Us Play The First 24 Hours

Last year, over the course of four months, we played through Shenmue for the Dreamcast in its entirety. It was an experimental video series, with an undefined schedule that allowed us to take in all the feedback for each episode by reading and responding to comments in (almost) real time. ...

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