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Xbox One just got a massive new FREE GAME – here’s how to download it RIGHT NOW

EA Xbox One just got a massive new FREE GAME – here’s how to download it RIGHT NOW EA Access has just added a new game to its service, meaning players on Xbox One can access the game for free if they’re already members. EA Access is the Xbox One version of Origin Access (which is available on PC), and offers subscribers the chance to download a slew of games whenever they like …

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Webcomic fans are running an xkcd-inspired game jam

One of the internet’s greatest myths is the idea that there’s a relevant xkcd comic for any given situation. As to exactly how true that is I couldn’t say, but I have a comic bookmarked on my PC about sexual experimentation that I’m sure will come in handy one day. Here are some of the best indie games on PC. In order to celebrate the ever-enduring relevance of the webcomic series, and its spin-off, ‘What …

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Bluehole Details PUBG Xbox One & PC Release; Focus on Builds for Xbox Game Preview and PC Build 1.0

PUBG developer Bluehole Studio has shared some details about the upcoming release of the game on Xbox One and the full PC release. The developer shared the ‘road to launch’ in a new post on the game’s Steam page. As the game is currently in early-access for PC, the focus is on developing builds for the full 1.0 release on PC. Additionally, the development team is working hard to make the game for a release …

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Starborne is a massively multiplayer strategy game from former EVE Online devs

Here’s a mouthful for you: Starborne is a free-to-play, massively multiplayer, 4X space strategy game where rounds last six months. Such is the ambition of Solid Clouds, an indie studio based in Iceland and headed by designers like Ásgeir Ásgeirsson, EVE Online’s former art director, and Hrafnkell Óskarsson, who played a major role in EVE’s lore and design.  Solid Clouds wants to fill a perceived void between multiplayer games and 4X strategy games. Inspired by …

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Sadly, Overgrowth feels like a game from 2008, because it is

Watership Down broke me as a child. Seeing cute cartoon animals being torn to shreds can leave an impression on a tiny human. Who knew? But while the movie left me emotionally scarred, it did give birth to a fondness for bunnies. I just wanted to protect the furry little creatures, at least until the day my parents got me a real pet rabbit and it bit me on the nipple. Rabbit nipple bites hurt, …

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Xbox One Cross-Play With Another Game Confirmed (But Not On PS4)

At E3 this year, Microsoft made a big announcement regarding cross-play. It confirmed that Minecraft would add cross-play between almost all versions of the game, meaning Xbox One players will play with people on competing platforms such as Nintendo Switch. Sony hasn’t allowed cross-play with Xbox One (or any other console platform as of yet), but it was an exciting and encouraging announcement all the same. Now, another game has been confirmed to offer cross-play …

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Xbox One-to-Nintendo Switch Cross-Play Confirmed For Another Game

At E3 this year, Microsoft made a big announcement regarding cross-play. It confirmed that Minecraft would add cross-play between almost all versions of the game, meaning Xbox One players will play with people on competing platforms such as Nintendo Switch. Sony hasn’t allowed cross-play with Xbox One (or any other console platform as of yet), but it was an exciting and encouraging announcement all the same. Now, another game has been confirmed to offer cross-play …

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Turn Any PC Game Fullscreen With This App

Image credit: Charles McQuillan/Getty Windows: Windows 10 makes window management pretty easy thanks to its accessible shortcuts—the WIN key plus the arrow keys—but certain apps just don’t like to play nice. Whether it’s an older game from your childhood set to run at a certain resolution, a newer game that isn’t configured to cover your entire screen, or a TV show if you’re using your screen as a monitor, Fullscreenizer is what you’ll need to …

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Heavy machinery sim and TV tie-in Gold Rush: The Game becomes a surprise hit on Steam

Subscribe to PCGamesN on YouTube It’s always fascinating when a game that I was completely unaware of the existence of finds itself a top-seller on Steam. While only there briefly before dropping to 4th, Gold Rush: The Game launched into the 2nd place slot in the revenue-ranked Top Sellers list on Steam last night, nestled comfortably betweed PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Middle Earth: Shadow of War. Not bad for a Kickstarter-funded heavy industrial sim paired with …

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What’s going to be our game of the year?

Evan: OK everyone, let’s have a civil, sportsmanlike discussion about the PC games of 2017. All jabs at Mass Effect: Andromeda must be above the belt, and aimed directly at its poorly animated face. James: Thankfully it’s quite simple: it’s Hollow Knight. It’s everything I love in games: challenge propped up by excellent controls and character abilities that make traversing the huge map a joy. The level design is so subtle that it doesn’t rely …

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The most popular PC game bans thousands of players every day

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has a big cheater problem. Luckily, PUBG uses an anti-cheat service that catches an insane amount of them every day. PUBG‘s anti-cheat service BattlEye took to Twitter today to give an update on its efforts to make sure PUBG is cheater-free, revealing that the service has been banning anywhere from 6,000 to 13,000 players per day. We are currently banning at a rate of 6K-13K per day, nearly 20K within the last 24 …

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HHS Gamer’s Club lets game enthusiasts flourish in social setting – News – Hannibal Courier – Post – Hannibal, MO

Now in it’s fifth year at the school, the Hannibal High School Gamer’s Club has had a catalyzing effect on its members, who now gather in Brock Sousa’s room once per week to enjoy shared interests. Eric Dundon Hannibal Courier-Post managing editor @HCPEditor Just after the final bell releases students for the day on Thursdays at Hannibal High School, room 102 is the place to be. Quickly, a group of sophomores launch into an …

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Evil Within 2 review scores: Is PS4, Xbox One horror sequel the scariest game of the year? | Gaming | Entertainment

The Evil Within 2 is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The horror sequel is said to place a greater emphasis on story and will feature larger areas that players are free to explore. With the game in the hands of players, Express Online has rounded up a selection of Evil Within 2 review scores to see if it’s worth buying this weekend. Check out the reviews and screenshot gallery below… IGN – …

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Is Nintendo Secretly Working on the Game Boy Classic?

Between the NES Classic and the SNES Classic, Nintendo has apparently realized that there’s still a lot of interest in its original console systems. Assuming fans can find them, of course! Speculation has already led many fans to naturally assume that a Nintendo 64 Classic would be the next logical step. But today’s Nerdist News is following a report out of Japan that may mean the original Game Boy is going to get a classic edition …

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The best Dungeons & Dragons board game is now on Steam

Hello, ye nobility of the Forgotten Realms. Did you notice that Lords of Waterdeep released on Steam in September? It’s a great board game, and I’m happy to finally have it on PC with solo, hot seat, and online play—it’s something we don’t have a lot of: an abstracted, heavily-stylized and thematic game that we in the board game world call a European-style strategy game, or Eurogame. In 2012, Lords of Waterdeep was the newest …

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