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Ghostwire: Tokyo Review (PS5) – Fault Lines

Like a Yōkai playfully avoiding cleansing, trying to fully grasp Ghostwire: Tokyo’s triumphs and shortfalls is tricky business. The game occupies a unique space...

Ghostwire: Tokyo Preview – I See Dead People

Tango Gameworks' latest is "karate meets magic" as players explore a digital Tokyo devoid of life.It's refreshing to see a developer like Tango Gameworks...

Bethesda ANZ and Game On Cancer announce the Bethesda Holiday Special Stream, raising funds for cancer research

Bethesda ANZ and Game On Cancer, an initiative of Cure Cancer, have teamed up to present the Bethesda Holiday Special Stream in an effort...

DOOM Eternal The Ancient Gods Part Two now available on Switch

Nintendo Switch players of DOOM Eternal have cause to hail satan today with news that "The Ancient Gods Part Two" is now available on...

Quake Remastered Review (PS5) – Slickly remastered, harder than a nine-inch nail

The original 1996 release of Quake holds a special place in the black space in my chest where a heart should be. I smashed...

Fallout For Hope Is Holding An In-Game Music Festival For Charity And It Rocks

While the irradiated wastelands of Bethesda's Fallout series are seldom fertile ground for teamwork, a collection of content creators are using the game to...

Deathloop Preview – Inverted Murder Puzzle

Deathloop is a game that could have only come from Arkane. "An inverted murder puzzle," according to Game Director Dinga Bakaba, Deathloop is the...

Fallout 76 – Is a return to the Wasteland worth the trip?

Fallout 76 is unlike the franchise's core beliefs about war. Fallout 76 has undergone plenty of...changes. Released towards the end of 2018, it's fair...

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