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You may not believe it, but SnowRunner is really, really good. So much so that it’s right up there with the very finest off-road driving experiences that you can get from the gaming world. If you’re one of the many who has spent time slowly navigating the treacherous lands that the SnowRunner base game delivers,
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As a lifelong game master of tabletop RPGs, there are few things more exciting than the promise of a high-quality, dungeon-delving co-op action game taking place in the iconic Forgotten Realms. After all, it’s hard to beat the storytelling, worldbuilding, or high-fantasy badassery of the original d20-rolling pastime that is Dungeons & Dragons. But in
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! Here we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass and soon-to-be released ID@Xbox titles! Get more details on the games below and click their profiles for pre-order details when available (release dates are
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While other first-person sword fighting games like Mordhau and Kingdom Come: Deliverance have tried to sell themselves on the realism of their hitboxes or the high skill ceilings of their combat systems, Chivalry: Medieval Warfare has always been unashamed to fall a bit more on the arcadey side. Its sequel, Chivalry 2 continues that tradition,
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Bringing a board game to console feels like an exercise in compromise. You’re always trimming something off. Sometimes the controls feel fiddly, or the joy of playing together is lost. Perhaps you lose the satisfaction of picking bits of the board game up.  We’ve got to be honest, that was our belief coming into Wingspan,
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While the sniper rifle is standard issue in almost every first-person shooter, few games manage to capture the challenge and coldblooded thrills of being an actual expert marksman. At its best, Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 does a good job of satisfying the desire to splatter bad guy brains with a buzzer-beating bullet from way
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We’ve used a lot of gaming accessories over our time, from headsets to thumbsticks, to adaptive controllers and full-on personal gaming environments. But mostly we’ve used charging docks. You see, ever since the cord from console to controller was cut in the move through the generations of consoles, the freedom that wireless connectivity can bring
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Talisman has been around for thirty-eight years now, one of the elder statesmen of board gaming. It was originally designed and produced by Games Workshop, where it saw multiple editions and expansions, before getting acquired by board game giants Fantasy Flight. They’ve been keeping the expansions ticking over and, in 2014, tapped up Nomad games
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Ubisoft Forward showcased several of the latest and greatest games coming to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, like Far Cry 6, Rainbow Six Extraction, and Riders Republic, along with some major updates for some of our currently available games, including Watch Dogs: Legion, The Crew 2, Brawlhalla, and For Honor. Missed the show? Don’t
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Returning to the marshes and swamps surrounding the idyllic city of Leyawiin feels like a portal to a completely different time period of The Elder Scrolls lore. The last time we saw this part of Tamriel was back in 2006, where it occupied the southeastern corner of Cyrodiil in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. For
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Summary Two Point Campus is the next game from the makers of Two Point Hospital. Campus will take players to a whole new management sim setting – running their own universities Powered by fan feedback, Two Point Campus is packed with new features to thrill from the moment you enroll. Build the university of your
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