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Rocket League Halloween-Themed Event Starts Next Week

Share. Haunted Hallows brings Halloween-themed drops to Rocket League. By Sam Stewart Rocket League is getting a Halloween-themed event that kicks off next week. As detailed on the game’s official website, the event, dubbed Haunted Hallows, will bring new crates and items to the game. It will also introduce an event-specific ...

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IGN acquires pay-what-you-want game shop Humble Bundle

Online media giant IGN has acquired Humble Bundle, the indie games storefront best known for its pay-what-you-want bundles that raise money for charity. The company says nothing will change for users and that “we will keep our own office, culture, and amazing team with IGN helping us further our plans.” ...

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Funny To A Point – My Biggest Nemeses In Shadow Of War

If you read one of my columns last month, you know I’ve been playing and enjoying the heck out of Destiny 2 (which some readers seem personally offended by for some reason, but that’s a topic for another day). Something about the changes Bungie has made to the series have really ...

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The Evil Within 2 Review

Share. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. By Lucy O’Brien After finishing The Evil Within 2 I was exhausted, like I’d been through an ordeal. Thinking back on my 20 hours with it, I had. The Evil Within 2 is an ambitious, genuinely tense, and at times brutally difficult ...

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Everything announced at Oculus’ Connect 4 VR conference

 Standalone headsets, VR replacements for your computer monitor and ways to share VR to the News Feed were highlights of today’s big Oculus conference. Click through or scroll down to get just the need-to-know info and GIFs from our in-depth coverage of Facebook’s vision for the future of virtual reality. ...

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Opinion – The Value Of "Inaccessible" Games

It’s physically excruciating for me to play Crash Bandicoot. I love Crash Bandicoot. Am I a sadist? No. I have cerebral palsy, and I hate it. The reality of cerebral palsy dominates the lives of thousands of gamers like me. It’s a bit like being caged. Accessible video games can ...

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Microsoft Announces 4 New Xbox One S Bundles

Share. Decisions, decisions. By Brian Barnett Microsoft has announced four new Xbox One S bundles in a post on Xbox Wire, three of which are tied to specific games while the fourth is meant to highlight the company’s Netflix-like Game Pass service. Each bundle will cost $279 and will include ...

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A batch of SNES Classic Editions goes on sale tomorrow

If you’ve had bad luck so far in trying to nab an SNES Classic Edition, you’ll have a fresh chance tomorrow. Two major retailers have announced they have stock in hand and will be selling it starting October 11. GameStop and ThinkGeek will both have undisclosed numbers available for sale ...

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