Month: September 2020

Marvel’s Spider-Man sure has been spruced up for the PS5. Sony has provided details on what to expect from the updated version of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered which is included as a voucher with Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition on PS5. According to Sony, this version of Spider-Man is a “full next-gen remastering” with new
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We were so excited to announce that a voucher code for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered will be included* with the Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition on the PlayStation 5 console. This is a full next-gen remastering of Marvel’s Spider-Man – the team has been carefully crafting the definitive version of the game with new assets,
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Talk about the pricing of games for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S has been a hot topic with many studios confirming that this new price point will be a common occurrence for select games. Among the upcoming titles with the new $70 price, as confirmed by Counterplay Games and Gearbox Publishing, is Godfall.  The
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Hey there! We’re happy to announce that in a new partnership with our friends at Doritos®, you will have the chance to win a PlayStation®5 console*.  Our “Find All 4, Win a PlayStation®5” competition officially kicks off today, September 29, 2020 across select countries in Europe**. Purchase a promotional pack of Doritos® and enter your
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Since its release in 2017, the Nintendo Switch has been raking in money for the House of Mario – but two years on, in classic Nintendo fashion, the company decided to change things up and provide a compact alternative to the hybrid console: the Nintendo Switch Lite.  The Switch Lite is the smaller, lighter sibling
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Spelunky 2 reviewA fantastic sequel which expands on the original roguelike platformer with more of the same: new enemies to leap on, new traps to be killed by, and new mysteries to unravel. Developer: Mossmouth, BlitWorks Publisher: Mossmouth Release: September 29th On: Windows From: Steam Price: $20 Spelunky 1 felt so precision engineered, so complete,
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A new book by ExtremeTech editor-in-chief Jamie Lendino shows how for the first 25 years of the video game industry, arcade coin-ops set the standards all console and computer games aspired to–and that in some ways have yet to be matched. Arcade fans remember the Golden Age of the late 1970s and early 1980s, but
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