Month: May 2022

Audio player loading… Wondering how to get Remote Raid Passes in Pokémon Go? You’re not alone. The special tickets act as virtual passports, letting you join Raids without needing to travel to their location.  Stay indoors and plant yourself firmly on the couch, as you buddy to take on Legendary Pokémon without moving a muscle.
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Apex Legends Mobile showcases Respawn’s skill in creating unique and polished FPS experiences even on a mobile platform. While the controls are a bit lacking, Apex Mobile sets the bar for mobile FPS games with its ability to keep Apex’s iconic movement mechanics and core unique battle royale experience intact. Here is our review of
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The sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order will be released in 2023. Today, Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Lucasfilm Games unveiled Star Wars Jedi: Survivor on stage at Star Wars Celebration. Developed by the veteran team at Respawn, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor will expand upon the iconic Star Wars stories, worlds, characters, and thrilling
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My favourite kind of Humble Bundle isn’t a collection of games, most of which I’ll never get round to playing. It’s a bundle of a single game I like with lots and lots of discounted DLC. Enter the Cities Skylines Colossal Collection, which offers up Cities: Skylines, 9 expansions and 21 add-ons for £16.22/$20/€18.95.
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Kao the Kangaroo reviewed by Henry Stockdale on PC, also available on PlayStation, Xbox, and Switch. Kao the Kangaroo is a nostalgic 3D platformer that makes no secret of its inspirations. It doesn’t try too hard to be gimmicky, packing a colourful aesthetic and light-hearted humor to carry it through the parts where it feels
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Microsoft has reiterated it will support Activision Blizzard employees at Raven who voted to join a union. Back in March, the company said it would honor Activision Blizzard employees’ right to choose whether to be represented by a labor organization. Yesterday during a meeting, as reported by Kotaku, Phil Spencer said once the merger with
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We’d love to know what came packaged in Hunt Ducks I. We can’t imagine anything less than what’s on offer in Hunt Ducks II, so the fact that this is a sequel to a game that – theoretically – has even less content, well, that absolutely boggles us.  Clearly, this isn’t going to be a
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This week, virtual photographers across Twitter and Instagram braved the Forbidden West to photograph the menacing machines encountered during Aloy’s newest adventure. Let’s dive in: @ChowellCw gets dangerously close to a Stalker doing what they do best @UYScuti10 witnesses the silhouette of a Tallneck bathed in sunset @TheNanoWarrior is caught in this Watcher’s sights @ArtofVP
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