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5 new releases we love: Resilient disco pop, experimental hip-hop, and more

There’s a lot of music out there. To help you cut through all the noise, every week The A.V. Club is rounding up A-Sides, five recent releases we think are worth your time. You can listen to these and more on Spotify.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Get the Deluxe Edition of Wolfenstein: Youngblood For the Price of the Standard

Wolfenstein: Youngblood seems like it’s going to take Wolfenstein to new levels of absurdity, and Amazon currently has digital preorders of the PC Deluxe Edition marked down to $30, the same price as the standard edition. (It’s mislabeled at the top of the product page as the standard edition, but every other part of…Read more… […]

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Why Working on 12 Marvel Movies Only Partially Prepared ILM for Avengers: Endgame

Imagine if Avengers: Endgame was the first Marvel movie. Not storywise, of course. That would be silly. But think about a team-up, comic book movie on this scale coming into theaters, sight unseen. Logistically, that feels like a nightmare for a ton of reasons, especially if a company (or several) was tasked with…Read more… Continue […]

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As Deadline Passes, Riot Games Doesn’t Budge On Key Walkout Issue

Despite a walkout of hundreds of its employees last week, League of Legends publisher Riot Games said last night that they will not change their stance on forced arbitration. Protesting employees had given the company until yesterday to make a change, threatening to escalate their efforts if it did not.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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That annoying Final Fantasy VII music bug is fixed on Switch and Xbox One thanks to a patch that wen

That annoying Final Fantasy VII music bug is fixed on Switch and Xbox One thanks to a patch that went live today. Until now, the music had started from scratch after every random encounter—a problem that was far more annoying in practice than it seemed on paper.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Publishers Pull Their Games From Epic’s Store During Its Big Sale

Earlier today, Epic once again took a page from Steam’s book and announced a “mega sale” that includes both percentage discounts and an additional $10 off every game priced $14.99 or higher on the Epic Games Store. It seemed to be smooth sailing for the sale, but then two major games suddenly vanished from the […]

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Make crispy pork and shallot-oil noodles, your new weeknight back-pocket dish

There is a time and place to spend hours cooking perfect pad Thai. That time is probably a rainy weekend when you’ve dedicated yourself to an involved, multi-step culinary quest. There is also a time and place for those back-pocket noodle recipes you can throw together in less than 15 minutes when the weeknight Asian…Read […]

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Division 2 Players Beat Game’s First Raid In Five Grueling Hours

It took a significant chunk of the day for any of the eight-player groups streaming The Division 2’s new Operation Dark hours raid on Twitch to finally clear it. The POG clan, led by Division streamer and YouTuber Marcostyle, managed to knock off the final boss at 5:10 p.m.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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New Weekly Events Add More Variety To Magic: The Gathering Arena

If you play Magic: The Gathering Arena and you’re anything like me, you probably burn through earning your weekly allotment of new card packs and gold on the first day. Fortunately for us, Wizards is adding a new set of free weekly events, each with a specific theme and unique rewards.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Lo-Fi Tactics To Chill And Beat Up Baddies To

Lazy Raise the Sale is an upcoming PC tactics game by Jesse Burnett featuring lo-fi visuals and magic spells. An early demo with tons of character classes and a level editor offer plenty of chill strategy battles, and a chance to watch a creator with a distinct style try something new.I’ve featured Burnett’s work…Read more… […]

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WILL: A Wonderful World: The Kotaku Review

When I booted up the Switch port of WILL: A Wonderful World, the game told me about its autosave function. Then I saw this, set next to a red megaphone icon: “This game includes occasional **** plots. When shocked or surprised please scream loudly and disturb your neighbors.” The stars could refer to anything—botched…Read more… […]

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