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At this point, the common meme of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim re-releasing on every gaming platform known to man has transcended new heights. In fact, one of the more memorable moments of Bethesda’s E3 2018 press conference was the Amazon Alexa version of the game which totally exists. However, besides playing to the joke, Bethesda Softworks’ star
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Square Enix has announced that Dontnod Entertainment’s narrative adventure Life is Strange has started allowing players to pre-register for the Android version arriving in July. It is expected to launch with all five episodes and will feature controller support that is exclusive to Android users. Life is Strange is already available on iOS and has access to all five episodes.
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Beloved YouTube mixology channel Cocktail Chemistry has finally made a pivot into the world of video game drinks, starting first with the much-requested Atomic Fireball from Fallout: New Vegas. In the video below, you can see a literal representation of the drink, as well as a recreation using 1950’s ingredients and drink trends. For like-minded Fallout: New Vegas
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Since it was originally released in 2013, Dragon’s Crown has been all about putting players through epic journeys and exploring vast dungeons, and now the beat ’em up action RPG’s upcoming released, Dragon’s Crown Pro, might be giving players something else entirely — a chance at finding true love. Sony has released a new (and quite funny)
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During Take-Two’s financial conference call for the fiscal year ended on March 31st, Chief Executive Officer Strauss Zelnick announced a new sales milestone for Grand Theft Auto V. We heard that the game has passed 95 million units shipped as of March 31st, 2018, following the launch of the Premium Online Edition.  As usual, Grand Theft Auto Online exceeded
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Today Sega released a new summary of its performance for the fiscal year ended in March 2018, also including its business strategy for the current fiscal year. It included several tidbits that weren’t mentioned in the financial results announcement released last week. First of all, we get an update about the shipments of Persona 5, which
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Over on the US and European PlayStation Blogs, Sony has revealed the top-selling titles on the PlayStation Store for April 2018, and it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the recently-released and critically-acclaimed God of War took the top spot for digital sales on the PlayStation Store last month. For Sony’s other platforms, Rick and
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Sony Interactive Entertainment just announced that some changes have been made to the warranties of PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, PS Vita, and PS3 consoles in the United States and Canada. Our previous warranties stated that the warranty does not apply if the product is used with a peripheral that is not supplied or licensed by SIE.
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Everyone has probably noticed a little sticker on the back of their console that says “warranty void if removed”. You’ll usually find similar messages at the ends of certain user agreement licenses, and essentially, it’s meant to keep customers from getting third-party repairs by voiding their warranty if they do. Well, according to the Federal
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Originally released in 2013 for PS3 and PS Vita, Atlus and Vanillaware’s beloved action-RPG Dragon’s Crown is making its triumphant return to PS4 next month, and now you can get another look at the remastered visuals and graphical enhancements coming with the upcoming Dragon’s Crown Pro. Publisher Atlus has released a new trailer for Dragon’s Crown Pro, with
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All four entries in Techland’s Call of Juarez series were published by Ubisoft in North America. Unfortunately, the series seem to have been ignored by Ubisoft in recent years, resulting in the removal of two Call of Juarez games from digital stores recently. Today, we learned that publishing rights for the Call of Juarez series
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