Month: December 2021

There are decent Halo Infinite players, really great players, ranked Onyx players, and then there’s Remy “Mint Blitz,” an Australian streamer who won more than 100 free-for-all matches in a row.  First reported by Kotaku, Mint Blitz originally set out to win 50 consecutive free-for-all matches in the recently-released (and free-to-play) multiplayer portion of Halo Infinite.
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Image: The Pokémon Company Over the holidays we’re republishing some of our best features, interviews, opinion pieces and talking points from the previous 12 months from staff and contributors alike — articles that we feel represent our best of 2021. In them you’ll find our usual mix of thoughtfulness, frivolity, retro expertise, gaming nostalgia, and
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Nintendo’s Switch is the perfect console for co-op multiplayer gaming and certainly goes down a treat at a party, but if you want to play games with your young kids and granny and granddad, it can be tough to find games that are genuinely fun for everyone involved. We know from personal experience the delicate
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Remakes and remasters continue to become more common with each passing year and as Mortal Kombat has reached 11 mainline entries, some fans are looking back at the series’ history, especially as its 30th anniversary nears.  If it was up to Eyeballistic, a game development studio with multiple titles in the works, that 30th anniversary
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[embedded content]Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube As we close out 2021 and look forward to 2022 — with all the measurable improvements it surely must bring — your favourite trio of video producers are back with the last entry in their ‘Best Worst’ Switch games trilogy. Yes, it’s time for the third and final
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Prestigious and long-running UK gaming magazine EDGE has revealed the staffs favourite games of 2021. The winner this year is Bethesda’s PlayStation 5 exclusive Deathloop. Some of the other games in the magazine’s top ten include Capcom’s latest Monster Hunter game for the Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Rise, Microsoft and Playground Games, Forza Horizon 5,
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Every year our clone forms degrade, and Katharine spends the winter break copying each consciousness into a new body. Don’t worry: we can’t feel a thing! Since our new forms are still coming online from their time spent in the primordial flesh soup vat of the RPS Treehouse, we can’t post over Christmas, so we’ve
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