Month: June 2020

Last week, we asked you to endure and survive in the dangerous world of The Last of Us Part II. From tense portraits to sun-dappled greenery, you shared harrowing moments using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  MidnightHyp3 shared this sunny shot of Ellie and Dina travelling. Light streams into forgotten places in
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The Play Ninjala Twitter account is celebrating this morning as the game has achieved over one million downloads since it launched on the Nintendo Switch eShop yesterday. The team acknowledges that Ninjala had servers errors initially and to compensate for this they are giving away 100 Jala and 10x Ippon Gum (Flame) weapon skins. You
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Assetto Corsa Competizione reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox One X. Also available on PlayStation 4. “When going toe-to-toe with some evenly matched AI as the sun sets through the trees, Assetto Corsa Competizione’s console version settles into a pretty satisfying groove. There’s a very positive emphasis on consistency and racecraft here, and the deep
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Diablo 4’s open world borrows elements from Ubisoft’s biggest games. Blizzard has posted a new Diablo 4 development update that talks about some of the mechanics the studio has been recently testing, and explain how the sequel’s changes in structure will affect players. For starters, the developer recently hosted internal play tests to specifically track
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If you’ve played previous Animal Crossing entries, you’ll know the latest entry on the Switch – Animal Crossing: New Horizons – was slightly underdone on release. Since then, Nintendo has rolled out a bunch of updates (containing new items, buildings, features and characters) to keep players returning to their island. The wave one summer update
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The Pokemon Company has announced the latest series of updates for mobile title Pokemon GO which is having a variety of events happening this July for the Pokemon GO FEST 2020. There will be a range of events taking place which will celebrate Pokemon GO’s fourth anniversary. Read on for the full details courtesy of
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After the last few good-but-not-great expansions for Borderlands 3, it brings me great joy to tell you that Bounty of Blood: A Fistful of Redemption is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, my favorite Borderlands 3 DLC so far. In fact, I’d go so far as to say this might be my favorite Borderlands-anything since
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