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Have You Played… Dying Light?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time.Dying Light is a zombie game. It does a lot of other things that frustrate or sort of disappoint me, too. But I can’t help loving it in a very reserved sort ...
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Famitsu Survey Reveals 88% Of Readers Intend To Purchase The Pokémon Sword And Shield Expansion Pass

Only a few say they won't.One of the more memorable segments of last month's Pokémon Direct was the reveal of a mighty expansion pass for the latest entries, Pokémon Sword and Shield. Rather than a third entry or 'Ultra' version, this two-part DLC add-on will allow players to continue to ...
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/ Nintendo, Video Games

Stardew Valley Creator Says Version 1.5 Is “Currently In The Works”

Another free content update is on the way.Earlier this month, Stardew Valley creator Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone revealed he was working on two new projects – with both of the titles having links to the popular farming and lifestyle simulator. That doesn't mean he's necessarily done with his original creation, though.In ...
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/ Nintendo, Video Games

Dota 2 Update – February 26th, 2020

- Fixed a bug with combining Bloodstone or Rapier when some components were in your backpack.
- Fixed the interaction of backdoor protection and Lone Druid's Bear and Brewmaster's Primal Split.
- When selling stacked wards both sentry and observer wards now restock correctly.
- Fixed a bug where a gem stolen from ...
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/ Steam, Video Games

Microsoft Edge Adds SkiiFree-like Surf Game Directly Into the Browser

If you were around for SkiFree, a Microsoft-created video game released in 1991 for the company’s Entertainment Pack 3, you probably enjoyed the surfing Easter egg the company hid in its Edge browser last year. Microsoft has now made the SkiFree-like surfing game an offline Edge browser game. Last year ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

The New Experiences of Ark: Genesis Part 1

Hi there, survivors! Craig from Studio Wildcard here, and I’m super excited to be talking about Ark: Genesis Part 1, our newest expansion to Ark: Survival Evolved. We’re adding a whole bunch of new gameplay elements, and giving each survivor their own personal companion: AI construct HLN-A. We’re always exploring ...
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/ Video Games, Xbox

Diablo 4 Left-Click Button Now Rebindable

Diablo 4's quarterly update introduces the Cannibals and a long-awaited feature, rebinding the left-click button. Blizzard revealed the information as part of a developer blog. The new group of enemies known as the Cannibals is one of many labeled "families" in the Diablo 4 universe. The developers of Diablo 4 ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

Stardew Valley has yet another free update in the works

Stardew Valley turns 4 years old today. It’s been sixteen seasons since it arrived on PC, kicking off a wave of similar casual farming games on PC. Developer ConcernedApe is celebrating the anniversary with a casual announcement that the sun is not setting on his continued work planting Stardew’s future ...
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Bungie to Remove Paid Loot Boxes From Destiny 2 Next Season

The upcoming Season 10 of Destiny 2 will see Bungie remove paid loot boxes from the game. Destiny 2 director Luke Smith announced in a lengthy "Director's Cut" blog post on Wednesday that Bungie is removing the ability for players to purchase Bright Engrams, which are essentially paid loot boxes ...
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/ IGN, Video Games

Diablo 4 previews its frantic family of cannibal monsters

We’ve not heard a heck of a lot about Diablo 4 since it was officially announced at BlizzCon last year. Blizzard have now published a development update—which they’re hoping to do quarterly going forward—responding to feedback from the BlizzCon demo and introducing a nasty family of melee monsters. The update ...
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