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PlayStation Plus Collection Will Offer Select PS4 Games On PS5

PlayStation 5 users will have access to a new PlayStation Plus benefit known as the PlayStation Plus Collection, today’s showcase revealed, which will provide a wide variety of PlayStation 4 games on the new console.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Spelunky 2 Doesn’t Mess With A Good Thing

In the original Spelunky, every run is different, but it’s also always the same. Your objective never changes; enemy behavior is always predictable. In the 100 hours I’ve spent with the first game, my skills, mistakes, and choices are what make every run unique and exciting. Spelunky 2 keeps the original’s winning…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Final Fantasy XIV’s Latest Patch is Surprisingly Full of Hope

After waiting through COVID-related delays, the newest patch of Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers is finally available. Reflections of Crystal has had heavy expectations placed on it, with the patch’s trailer teasing the post-Shadowbringers storyline hurtling towards a well-earned conclusion, backed by the…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Fall Guys Has A Hacker Problem, But Developers Are Starting To Issue Bans

The struggle against hackers is never-ending even for mega-studios like Epic, Valve, Blizzard, and Riot, so when Fall Guys kicked down the doors to the zeitgeist treehouse, it was inevitable that hackers would worm their way in, as well. Now developer Mediatonic is dealing with one of the downsides of overwhelming…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Fall Guys Has A Hacker Problem, But Developers Are Starting To Issue Bans

The struggle against hackers is never-ending even for mega-studios like Epic, Valve, Blizzard, and Riot, so when Fall Guys kicked down the doors to the zeitgeist treehouse, it was inevitable that hackers would worm their way in, as well. Now developer Mediatonic is dealing with one of the downsides of overwhelming…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Ridiculous Ghost Of Tsushima Triple Kill Requires One Horse, Two Explosives

There are a million ways to kill people in Ghost of Tsushima, the new open-world, samurai-themed action game for PlayStation 4. Some methods are honorable (duels, standoffs, shooting people in the head with flaming arrows). Some are dishonorable (kunai, poison darts, shooting people in the back of the head with…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Ghost Of Tsushima: The Kotaku Review

Ghost of Tsushima is a game of compulsion. Like most open-world adventures, everything is designed to get you to explore what’s over the next hill or across that nearby river. The map is peppered with question marks, many of which surround towns and temples in which you meet allies and upgrade equipment. Helpful…Read more… Continue […]

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How to Maintain Your Older Video Game Systems

We’re a few months away from the launch of Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X. As is the case with any new console generation, there’s a lot of excitement around the new machines, but their arrival doesn’t mean your current devices will immediately become obsolete. Plenty of games will continue to drop…Read more… Continue […]

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Tips For Playing The Last Of Us Part 2 [Updated]

It’s been seven years and an entire console generation, but we finally have another Last of Us game. Out today for PlayStation 4, The Last of Us Part 2 plays much like the first game: tight, third-person action set in open-ended levels with a heavy focus on stealth. Much like the first game, it’s no […]

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Here’s The Deal With The Last Of Us Part 2

The road to launch for The Last of Us: Part 2, out tomorrow for PlayStation 4, has been lined with questions. The leaks in April were one thing. The review conditions provided by Sony were another. We adhered to those guidelines, and signaled that to readers in our review. Of course, even considering the leaks […]

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What We Still Don’t Know About PlayStation 5 And Xbox Series X

Today saw Sony officially unveil the PlayStation 5. Microsoft revealed the Xbox Series X last December. And while we already have quite enough to argue about between design choices and technical specs, there are still a few important things we don’t know about this upcoming pair of game consoles.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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