Month: August 2020

While Halo Infinite is delayed to 2021, a partnership between Monster Energy and Halo Infinite begins now. You can pick up Monster Energy Halo Infinite drinks to earn XP bonuses, bank them, stack them, and get ready to put in those long energy drink fueled shooty hours. Okay, so XP bonuses are nice but what else? Snapcodes.
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Apparently, Frogwares’ new Sherlock Holmes-starring adventure, Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One, will give players plenty of content to wade through. As of now, the developer is eyeing roughly 15 hours of playtime for the main story. Completionists, on the other hand, may find themselves engaged from anywhere between 30 to 40 hours. According to Lead Narrative
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Earlier this year, Alice0 mused that it would be weird if Sony didn’t bring more exclusives to PC and by golly it looks like they were listening to her specifically because now they’re having a proper think about it. Sony now say they will “explore” bringing more games by Sony-owned studios to PC players. The
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Update: 9/1/2020 Some various updates about the name change via Ubisoft social channels, essentially confirming the name change and relaying stay tuned for more on September 10. According to a post by Gematsu, the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has rated a game called Immortals: Fenyx Rising by Ubisoft. Of course, Ubisoft has not announced any
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According to a post by Gematsu, the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee has rated a game called Immortals: Fenyx Rising by Ubisoft. Of course, Ubisoft has not announced any title by that name, leading many to believe this is a name change from the already announced adventure title Gods & Monsters. The storybook steeped in mythology game hasn’t
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In a rather unsurprising confirmation, it looks like PS5 backwards compatibility will not extend to PS1, PS2, and PS3 titles. Despite incessant rumors hinting otherwise, the PS5 will only support the PS4 library through backwards compatibility. However, the information didn’t come directly from Sony. Instead, a Ubisoft support page detailed the backwards compatibility limitations. On a
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The release of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition has had us looking back over the long-running and celebrated Final Fantasy franchise. The RPG series with the title to get Lionel Hutz hot under the collar has over three decades-worth of titles to its name, with fifteen mainline entries, and a bewildering host of spin-offs,
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