Category Archives: Gaming

Welcome to TechRadar’s PC Gaming Week 2018

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Welcome to the fourth annual TechRadar PC Gaming Week, celebrating our love of all things PC gaming with a week of in-depth and exclusive coverage. Whether you’re new to the craze or have been a PC gamer since sound cards were still a thing, join us from today until June 15 for some deep dives […]

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E3 2018: Dying Light 2 Features A More Varied And Dynamic Open-World

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Dying Light 2 really ups the stakes when it comes to traversing a lawless open world where danger lurks around every corner. With the original Dying Light offering a clever blend of parkour exploration and brutal combat of a zombie-survival game, the follow up to Techland’s stellar open-world game plans to focus on offering its […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Game of Thrones' Age of Heroes

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Share. Time to visit the Age of Heroes. By Jesse Schedeen You’re about to hear a lot more about the Age of Heroes, a period predating the events of Game of Thrones by thousands of years. HBO has ordered a pilot for one of the four Game of Thrones prequels in development, with George R. […]

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Remembering StarCraft’s Battle.net – the service that sparked an online gaming revolution

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Any gamer who came up in the ‘90s or earlier remembers StarCraft. Even you didn’t, there’s no way you haven’t heard of it. That’s because Blizzard Entertainment’s seminal sci-fi, real-time strategy game changed the landscape of online and competitive gaming forever. This year, StarCraft turned 20 years old, and to commemorate Blizzard released a remastered […]

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Pokemon Go June 2018 Community Day Takes Place This Weekend

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The next Pokemon Go Community Day is right around the corner. The event takes place this Saturday, June 16, giving players another chance to capture rare Pokemon and earn some extra bonuses. As Niantic previously revealed, the featured Pokemon in this month’s Community Day is Larvitar. The Rock-type monster will spawn much more frequently than […]

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Persona 5 Dancing Has Just the Right Amount of Fan Service

Share. Wake up, get up, get out there. By Andrew Goldfarb One of the most memorable parts of every Persona game is the soundtrack. While every fan has their favorite characters and bosses and dungeons, they probably also have at least one song stuck in their head. Much like 2015’s Persona 4: Dancing All Night, […]

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Save $50 on an Xbox One X now – or wait for a better Amazon Prime Day deal?

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Microsoft has finally given the go-ahead for an Xbox One X discount during E3 2018. And while $50 off the usual $499 is easily the best price we’ve seen since the 4K HDR console launched late last year, we think you deserve a better deal and there’s every chance you’ll get one if you can […]

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Unravel Two Review

Share. It takes two to tangle. By Daniel Krupa I remember the first Unravel more for its adorable protagonist and lush setting than as a puzzle platformer. But Unravel 2 goes a long way to change that, tabling a more accomplished, and at times demanding, platforming experience with puzzles to match. The most immediately-noticeable change […]

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Moonlighter Review: Open For Business

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Dulcet tones and somber notes played in time represent the curious duality of Moonlight. It is, at once, a heroic adventure and the name of the subdued storefront that you alone run. Centered in the heart of a once-bustling town, all the greats, the audacious plunderers of dungeons that were sealed long ago, have died […]

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Jurassic World Evolution Review

Share. I’ve decided not to endorse this park. By Dan Stapleton What could possibly go wrong when managing an island amusement park full of giant, man-eating monsters? Lots of things, though in this case they’re not the kind that lead to good gameplay. With so few interesting decisions and so much mundane busywork going on […]

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