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The PlayStation 2 launched with an all-time awful list of losers

Few video game consoles, dating back to the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, have had as heavy or as lasting an impact as Sony’s PlayStation 2, which arrived in North America in October 2000 to massive hype, massive demand, and one of the most massively awful launch lineups in the history of the… […]

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Mario and Luigi have swapped places, promising horrors to come

Children may be able to intuit psychic disturbances before they arrive, like animals behaving strangely as a storm starts to develop far away. Danny Torrance scrawls REDRUM on a bathroom mirror before his family moves to the Overlook Hotel, knowing what horrors lie in wait. Haley Joel Osment claims to see the dead all…Read more… […]

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Get a Free Copy of ‘Watch Dogs 2’ Before Midnight Tonight

Whether or not you tuned into Ubisoft’s latest big press event is irrelevant; you can still score a free copy of the developer’s reasonably well-liked, hacking-centric PC game Watch Dogs 2 for the low price of free. The catch? You have to claim your free game before midnight tonight (PT), or else the deal—like several…Read […]

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The best games of 2020 so far

It feels fair to say that few spans of time in recent memory have called for a good distraction more desperately than the first half of 2020. Which makes it lucky that the most distracting of pop culture mediums, video gaming, has somehow managed to have a pretty banner year, despite it all. Insulated from […]

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Can someone who couldn’t get past the first Last Of Us learn to beat the second?

It’s 12:30 a.m., and I am pulling at my hair in frustration, because I keep letting this teenager get eaten by a zombie. I’ve been stuck at the same load point for almost an hour, and have replayed roughly two minutes’ worth of gameplay at least twenty times. I can’t seem to reload my gun […]

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Can someone who couldn’t get past the first Last Of Us learn to beat the second?

It’s 12:30 a.m., and I am pulling at my hair in frustration, because I keep letting this teenager get eaten by a zombie. I’ve been stuck at the same load point for almost an hour, and have replayed roughly two minutes’ worth of gameplay at least twenty times. I can’t seem to reload my gun […]

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How to Get a Free Copy of ‘Hitman: Absolution’ This Weekend

I don’t care how many Hitman games IO Interactive cranks out, I’ll play every single one of them, even though all of them involve doing the exact same thing: poring over sprawling levels to find the perfect spots from which to execute covert assassinations. And, in my case, scrambling to finish your objectives without…Read more… […]

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The Katamari games helped me roll with my clinical anxiety

My relationship with games is heavily marked by two starkly different experiences. The first took place in the modest college apartment that my then-fiancé and I shared just after graduation. I was saddled with a dead-end degree, a mildly abusive office job, and virtually no options to improve my circumstances.…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Eight Easy-to-Carry Outdoor Games to Schlep Around All Summer

Outdoor games are a staple of summertime, and this summer, as we’re being encouraged to socialize more outside rather than inside, you may want to invest in a new game or two to play with your families, friends, neighbors, etc. But not all outdoor games are created equally, especially when it comes to ease of…Read […]

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How to Unlock Hidden Browser Games in Edge, Firefox and Chrome

Your web browser is full of secrets. I typically spend my time poring over new features I can unlock via pages like chrome://flags and about:config, but it’s also nice to take a little break and play the hidden games that come packed into the most popular browsers.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Try Out Social Distancing Scenarios With This Pandemic Simulator

Will the virus spread slower if we lift physical distancing rules but only visit our neighbors? How many people need to follow recommendations for them to work? Is “quaranteaming” with a partner household an effective way to stay safe? You can simulate answers to these questions yourself with a little game called…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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