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Best co-op games to play with your loved one on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is an annual reminder that we should cherish our loved ones and never take them for granted. And what better way to celebrate love than to share a passion with your partner? So, to give lovers everywhere an excuse to bond over gaming, we’re putting together a list …

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Sony shows off seven new indie games coming to PS4 and PS5

Sony showed a handful of indie games some love last night by revealing and delivering updates for seven new games. While some of these titles you’ve probably heard of before, others were announced for the first time. Moss: Book II, for example, is the highly anticipated PS VR sequel and …

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Best New Mobile Games on iOS and Android – February 2022 Review

Arcanium: Rise Of Akhan – Netflix’s new free game (Picture: Rogue Games) GameCentral’s monthly look at the biggest new mobile games includes the touchscreen version of Chocobo GP and the latest from Netflix. While it’s still managed to deliver another mass of new levels for Zookeeper World, it’s been a …

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What strong female characters in video games have taught me about life

PEDSTRIAN.TV has teamed up with PlayStation to celebrate the release of the latest version of Horizon Forbidden West. Growing up, video games were definitely a “boy thing”. Playtimes were spent hearing about the latest characters, plot twists, and the game that lets you blow a zombie’s head off in the …

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10 Games That Saved A Fading Franchise

It’s hard to maintain a consistent level of quality when a franchise lasts this long. Inevitably, a familiar formula gets long in the tooth and editors are tempted to chase the latest trend, spoiling what was a one-off series. Other times, developers may lack ideas on how to significantly elevate …

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QUByte Classics – Humans by PIKO – Games Asylum

When publishers in the 80s and 90s folded and started consuming each other, it wasn’t always immediately obvious who owned the rights to what. In an industry obsessed with the future, no one has given it much thought, but these days – with retro gaming being huge – it’s up …

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10 Worst Movie-Related Games, Ranked

Movie-related games have a bad reputation. Their typical quality is widely recognized to range from “mediocre” to “unplayable”, and they are generally considered to be money grabs made by non-AAA studios, purely created to squeeze as much money as possible out of the movie they are a link to. RELATED: …

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The 30 Best Kirby Subgames

Subgames have been a part of Kirby for nearly all of the franchise’s 30-year history. Some are short, others with more meat. Some are meant to test your patience, some your reaction time, and some are an excuse to launch Kirby into a different genre. There are twice as many …

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The Best Sci-Fi Roguelike Games

Roguelikes are continually becoming the go-to genre for the indie gaming space and sometimes the AAA landscape as well. These randomly generated, challenging, and creative experiences typically offer a good narrative intertwined with robust and meaty gameplay challenges. By nature, roguelikes want you to replay certain areas of storylines over …

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Online games to play instead of paying attention to your in-person lessons

For better or worse, after a two-week hiatus upon returning to campus, UC Berkeley is officially back to in-person teaching! Besides an inevitable spike in COVID cases, you know what that means: lecture halls full of computer screens lit up by the latest “Euphoria” episode, or college students playing Fireboy …

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