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Nintendo’s mobile-only action-RPG Dragalia Lost has reached the hallowed territory of “game you don’t hear about much but quietly rakes in a ton of cash.” Mobile app data information analyst company Sensor Tower reports the title has earned over $100 million in revenue across three million downloads, which is an impressive milestone for the game, since it only
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Corporal Yuen has the honour of firing the first shot in 2019’s communal Combat Mission marathon. Moments after scrambling onto the flat roof of one of Camp Geiger’s single-storey barracks buildings, the young Marine Javelineer spots and engages an enemy tank manoeuvring in the marketplace to the east. (Quitting Qatab is an open-to-all game of
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There are weekends where it seems like there’s nothing interesting to play, and then there are weekends like this one where there are too many choices! It feels like the office has been bickering about which house to join in Fire Emblem: Three Houses for so long, and the time has finally come. The game is out
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Discord, the preeminent gaming chat program, has realized that preeminence has a logistical problem. If you play six games, or have 16 different communities, things can get difficult to manage and it’s a problem that only increases until or unless you start doing some fridge cleaning. With the newest update, though, you can start organizing
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Get a two-week head start on NBA 2K20 via a demo out on August 21 (12:01 a.m. PT) on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch (sorry PC players). The demo includes MyCareer and MyPlayer, and the MyPlayer builds you create are carried over to the full game, which is out on September 6.  For more on the game,
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If you were looking to try out Catherine: Full Body before committing to the game, now’s your chance to try it out for free. A demo of the puzzle-platformer-slash-dating-sim is now up on the PS4 PSN store. We had some reservations about Catherine when it released back in 2011, but the addition of a new
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Despite Pokémon Sword and Shield are a ways away, another Pokémon game looms on the horizon: Pokémon Masters. The mobile game, which focuses on battling alongside fan-favorite characters, is due out before the end of summer and just opened pre-registration for players on both the App Store and Google Play. Interestingly enough, the App Store says the game
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Unpossibly entertaining Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. Once upon a time, I, like many others, did very little from day to day apart from play tonnes of browser-based Flash games. And of all the games I played during this fascinating period
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Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. I finally played Hellblade a lot later than I anticipated considering as soon as I saw the trailer I was very much into it. Norse mythology, female protagonist, mental health representation AND puzzles, what more could
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The stuff of legend Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. After reading a lot of “Have You Played” retrospectives, it’s very common to dig up an old game, boot it up, and enjoy fifteen minutes of nostalgia, followed by the creeping realisation
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Media Molecule’s Dreams, which lets you build interactive experiences from the ground up, continues to impress ever since it released its open beta earlier this year. We’ve scoured Dreams for the coolest user-generated creations and even made some ourselves. As time goes on and players become more comfortable with the creative suite, even more impressive
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