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EA Goes Open-Source with Command & Conquer Remastered Collection

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Today, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection lead producer Jim Vessella posted a community update outlining the game’s commitment to the modding scene. EA will be releasing the TiberianDawn.dll and RedAlert.dll – some dynamic libraries for developers to work with – and their corresponding source code under the GPL version 3.0 license. This license allows EA to let others view and use the source, but still have ownership. This makes Command & Conquer one of […]

EA goes green with The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle expansion

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EA and Maxis revealed a brand new feature overview trailer for the upcoming The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle expansion pack, coming to PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems on June 5. In The Sims 4 Eco Lifestyle, Sims can embrace a more sustainable lifestyle and make a positive impact on their community and the environment. The expansion pack introduces Evergreen Harbor, a unique new world where Sims have […]

What we’re expecting for Harvest Moon: One World

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Natsume a long-time worldwide developer of family-oriented video games, announced their latest title, Harvest Moon: One World for Nintendo Switch, which will be launching later this year. Harvest Moon, first released in 1997 on the Super Nintendo, continues in 2020 on the Nintendo Switch. Thats over 20 years of Harvest Moon! Over the decades, Harvest Moon has evolved but has always retained the traditional, family-friendly farming fun that the franchise is known for. […]

Female Warriors Unite through Gaming

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Recently, The Wounded Warrior Project brought women veterans together to connect over video games. The group started in a teleconference to meet everyone, then moved to WWP’s server on Discord to start playing Call of Duty and other games. More than 50 warriors connected to play different games and bond. Social distancing is not good for Natasha Carter. The Army veteran from Georgia already lives with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of […]

Epic Games reveals Unreal Engine 5 running on PlayStation 5

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Dang! Unreal Engine 5 has just been unveiled Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney, the original creator of Unreal Engine in 1995. Heres what we know. Audio System The Audio System in Unreal Engine has been giving a lot of love. Using Convolution Revere to measure reverberation characteristics of real spaces (they used real caves) and reproduced them in virtual environments. From this we’re getting incredible sound that we’ve never heard […]

The Medium gameplay reveal at Xbox Digital Event is keeping us up at night

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The game Medium is a next-gen psychological horror game, perfectly set in Krakow, Poland during the ’90s, from Bloober Team. It’s soundtracked by Akira Yamaoka, legendary composer for the Silent Hill series, along with Arkadiusz Reikowski who you will recognise from the survival-horror game Husk or OBSERVER_ by the same studio, so you know already what you’re getting yourself into.  During Xbox’s Digital Event some incredibly beautiful, but disturbing gameplay […]

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla first look gameplay unveiled at Xbox digital event

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Many of the biggest events that were scheduled this year have been cancelled, rescheduled, or made virtual. This is expected due to the wake of coronavirus. But the games must be gone, and Xbox has started a series of digital events called Xbox 20/20 to give us more information about the Xbox Series X console   Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: First Look Gameplay Trailer The epic announcement was to introduce the first […]

Throwback: Kingdom Hearts 2

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At the time, the concept of crossing over Square’s Final Fantasy series with Disney’s characters didn’t make a lot of sense. In fact, people were very skeptical about if it would even work. However, the release of the original Kingdom Hearts put every denier to shame as it turned out to be one of the greatest most ambitious crossovers in modern history.

Throwback: Fable

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Very few early games on the original Xbox gave us the kind of freedom that one game did, and that game’s name was: Fable. While Fable tapered off a bit as far as its franchise is concerned, there was just something that made the original Fable so amazing and one we would definitely love to see come back into our lives in a rebooted form (as long as they do […]

2019 In Review: Top Laptops to Purchase

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We are back again with our list of most popular laptops of this year. This list will cover some of the best machines on the market that money can buy, based on the type you are after.

Throwback: Dark Cloud 2

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In the early 2000s, while everyone was enamored with the original Call of Duty, many decided to dive into one of the best throw-back dungeon crawlers on the PlayStation 2 system. In fact, Dark Cloud 2 was a lot of young gamer’s introduction into roleplaying games. This fact comes as a surprise to many due to the fact that Final Fantasy was around for much longer. You can’t argue how […]

Argonus and the Gods of Stone releases next month

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Back in May this year, independent developer Zojoi announced their next game called Argonus and the Gods of Stone. The developer known for Shadowgate, the cult classic adventure game, will be releasing their all-new adventure game next month. Similar to Shadowgate, there will be puzzles to solve but this is not a point-and-click game. You will be able to explore the world of Ancient Greece in first-person to complete your […]

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