Resident Evil Village has been trickling access to its gameplay demos, with very short, timed demo windows having been available first on the PlayStation consoles, and then on Xbox and PC. Ostensibly this was to limit the amount that users
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We know Epic is burning through hundreds of millions of dollars trying to get its store off the ground. Thanks to its ongoing trial with Apple, we now know just how much is changing hands for some of the
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Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is hosting a limited time in-game seasonal event, starting today – May 4 – and running until
Epic boss Tim Sweeney has said Sony requires compensation from publishers for cross-play in certain circumstances.
In explosive comments made during the opening day of the Epic vs Apple trial, Sweeney said Epic agreed to the fees in order to
In Spring 2020 Baldo stood out as one of the most intriguing titles in a Nintendo Indie World showcase; with beautiful Studio Ghibli and Legend of Zelda vibes, it was pleasing to see it would be
Another Wednesday, another League of Legends patch full of new champion skins, balance changes, and other goodies for Riot Games’ flagship MOBA game. League of Legends patch 11.9 has rolled out to live, ushering in those new DWG and Conqueror
There are 14 different Pokemon to find in New Pokemon Snap’s Sweltering Sands (Night) course, most of which are fairly easy to photograph.
Once players have reached research level 2 in the Sands (Day) course in New Pokemon Snap,
Year of Release: 1989
The U-Force is a motion-control peripheral released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1989. Unlike the Sega Activator peripheral, the U-Force was designed to read only the player’s hands and arms, translating
Sony today revealed which games would be coming to the PlayStation Now subscription service in May. The three games added to the library are all relatively good ones: Nioh, Streets of Rage 4, and Jump Force