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Rockstar Games has been keeping awful busy as of late, with a bunch of new content for Grand Theft Auto Online and its forthcoming sequel/prequel (?) Red Dead Redemption 2, which is set to get an official unveiling somewhere during E3 week in June. But what’s after that? Grand Theft Auto 6? Not exactly. A new source indicates that we could very well be seeing a follow-up to the company’s ...read more
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There's no pleasant way to spin the events of World War II. There is no wholesome angle from which you can present the events of June 6, 1944 when allied troops stormed the booming beaches of Normandy. There was a lot of blood, gore, and grit on display that afternoon, and it turned out to be one of the most horrifying events in modern recorded history. There were, however, likely many more ...read more
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Call of Duty: World War 2‘s full reveal is due later this week, but it looks like the cat is already out of the bag on the game- a lot. We already know what the game is, but it also looks like we may already know when to expect it. You see, according to this French ad posted for the game, it seems as though it is due out on November 3. That’s something that anyone who has followed the ...read more
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The team creating Star Wars Battlefront II have recently been interacting with fans online. Answering their questions and comments via Twitter. One of the game designers on Star Wars Battlefront II revealed. on his Twitter, that every player will be able to unlock the game’s deluxe edition content simply by playing the game normally. EA just recently revealed a ton of information about ...read more
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Sony’s PlayStation Now service continues to grow, as the publisher has added 15 new titles that players can take on through the cloud. Granted, there’s nothing here that’s quite blockbuster material, as most of the games are family oriented. However, there are a few diamonds in the rough that you can play on PS4 and PC, as well as – through the summer, anyway – PlayStation 3, PS Vita ...read more
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An upcoming application for the Nintendo eShop is being hailed as a ‘game changer’, as the third application will supposedly grant Switch users the ability to stream PC games onto Nintendo’s portable platform. The developer of the application states that any device that supports DirectX 11 can utilize the application to stream PC games, and the developer states that the application will ...read more
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Today Sledgehammer Games released on Twitter a video message from Co-Founder Glen Schofield about the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII. In the video, Schofield thanks the fans for the positive reaction to the game’s semi-reveal, and his own team for the time and dedication poured in the title’s development. You can check it out below, and in case you missed it, you can also watch the video ...read more
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The heavy-hitter is Dawn of War 3, a long awaited RTS sequel we all hoped would surface after Sega picked up the pieces of THQ and said “hey maybe we better become one of the most prolific PC strategy publishers around”, for some reason. No complaints. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is this week’s big Switch release, in case you’ve spanked Breath of the Wild already. Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is the ...read more
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Obviously most of the excitement this weekend is squarely focused on the recently-announced Call of Duty: WWII, but it isn’t the only CoD game making headlines. Despite coming out nearly a year-and-a-half ago, Call of Duty: Black Ops III still has a pretty active playerbase, as a lot of fans stuck with the game rather than jump to the widely-criticized Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The ...read more
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Activision finally admitted Call of Duty: WWII exists yesterday, but we won’t be getting a full trailer until later this week, which is a long time to wait for some frothing fans. Well, good news! It turns out Activision has already quietly released a (very brief) teaser trailer for the game. Since the announcement of Call of Duty: WWII yesterday, a short video has begun playing as a ...read more
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