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Feature: Look quad they did

Planetside Arena is another battle royale from Daybreak

The sci-fi generals of Planetside 2’s never-ending conflict will be waging a new kind of war early next year. Planetside Arena is a battle royale shoot-the-lads that will launch as a full game on January 29, developers Daybreak are telling everyone today. It’s going to have a shrinking battleground, reworked guns, spacebucks, jetpacks, orbital strikes and big group matches that see 250 boots-on-the-ground shooting at…

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Feature: Three is the magic number

Turtle Beach Atlas Three review: A great mid-range gaming headset

Take one look at Turtle Beach's Atlas Three and Stealth 300 headsets and you'd probably swear blind they were exactly the same thing. Apart from the Stealth 300's giveaway blue highlights, both headsets share the same design, the same 3.5mm audio connection and flip-to-mute microphone, and both have the rather baffling need to be charged every 40-odd hours due to their built-in bass amplifier gubbins…

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Fallout 76 Magazines: locations, what the magazines do

Fallout 76's magazines work in the same way that Bobbleheads do, but only in this game. Instead of being permanent upgrade, Magazines are now consumable temporary buffs that provide traits such as weapon specific boost or damage increased against certain enemies. Since they work slightly differently this time, there are more places that you can find them, this guide will have more on their locations,…

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Fallout 76 Bobbleheads: locations, are they permanent

Fallout 76's Bobbleheads don't work the same as they once did, which has irked some people. They're now temporary buffs as opposed to permanent upgrades, though they still increase your S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stats, or affect weapons used. Since they're more plentiful, there's a huge number of places where you can find them just lying around, so this guide will have more on their locations, exactly how…

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Feature: Obvious beauty

Gris review

Matthew played a preview of Gris and loved it, and John played a longer preview build of Gris and found it beautiful but empty. And after playing the full review build, wot I think is that it is empty, but I don’t mind that. It’s so beautiful that it functions as a thing just to be looked at, and that works even in the empty…

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Feature: Make 'em fly

Rainbow Six Siege Nomad: what she can do and how to use her

Nomad introduces tactic that's not widely used into Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege - using proximity grenades to flush out enemies, either by running out of range or knocking them back. When used in tandem with breaching focused allies, it can make those allies deep in cover emerge briefly enough for you to quickly take them out. This guide will go over how to use…

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Feature: The most electrifying man

Rainbow Six Siege Kaid: what he can do and how to use him

Representing the north African nation of Morocco, Kaid is the defensive operative introduced during the final DLC of Season 3 for Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. With an interesting assortment of weapons, as well as a couple of electrified claws, he is a force to be reckoned with. Our guide will detail how best to use it, as well as explain some of his counters.

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Feature: Big Mike is doing business

Fallout 76 review

Poor old Fallout 76. In the weeks since its release, reviewers have piled on it like a pack of football hooligans who’ve just seen the opposing side’s mascot waddle desperately past their pub. By the time I picked it up, it felt unsporting - cruel, even - to run in and deliver a sharp kick to a man already dying inside a foam owl costume.…

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Feature: Become the Doomslayer

Have You Played… Doom VFR?

As one of the few people who have enough room for a VR setup in their own home, it seems like madness that Bethesda supported the format as much as they did. While other efforts were ports of existing games, retrofitted to have HTC Vive support, Doom VFR was the only one of the three games to be specifically designed with VR in mind. It's also one…

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Feature: Rock Hard

Druidstone: The Secret Of The Menhir Forest is making me take RPG battles seriously

The last thing I was expecting Druidstone: The Secret Of The Menhir Forest to remind me of was a deck-builder. Not least because it doesn't feature any decks. And yet, there's something about this deeply tactical isometric RPG, from Legend Of Grimrock's creators, that contains the same spirit of gradually gaining a deeper and more refined understanding of a limited set of tools, through repeated…

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Feature: Sing the Anthem of my people.

Anthem beta dates, release date, trailers, editions, pre-order bonuses

Anthem has been shown to a select view people that signed up to the recent closed alpha, and EA have outlined some details regarding the open beta next year. Below you will find all the information about the beta, as well as details on the game's release date, the trailers that have been released so far, and everything about the special edition. Let's dive right…

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Feature: Poor A.I.M.

Jagged Alliance: Rage review

In Jagged Alliance: Rage, I pause before taking the final shot in each mission. If you were to examine my face during these moments, noting the hollow look in my eyes as my cursor hovers over a button labelled ‘Do it’, you might suspect some crisis of conscience. Perhaps I’ve started to doubt the cause my small team of mercenaries has been fighting for? Maybe…

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Feature: IT'S FUDGING RAW!

Have You Played… Battle Chef Brigade?

Battle Chef Brigade is really good. You should play it, especially if you like JRPGs or cooking or food in general. If tossing ingredients into a pot in something like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild scorched your… Bokoblin… horns(?) then this game is for you.

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Feature: But a not so tiny(ish) price

MSI Trident X 9th review: A tiny(ish) RTX 2080 PC

Despite being part of the same series as MSI's console-like Trident 3 8th PC, the Trident X is a much more substantial kind of gaming desktop. It's much larger for starters, although its 396x383x130mm dimensions still place at the smaller end of the desktop PC scale, and its fixed base means it has to stand vertically instead of having the option to lie it on…

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The Outer Worlds: release date, trailers, gameplay, everything we know so far

One of the more intriguing announcements at The Game Awards last Thursday was that of The Outer Worlds, Obsidian Entertainment's next big singleplayer RPG, and their first non-isometric title since the ever-adored Fallout: New Vegas back in 2010. Now jostling with Bioware's Anthem for the totally-official title of Most Anticipated Mass-Effect-Like, Obsidian expanded on their initial reveal with a 15-minute gameplay video uploaded over at…

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Feature: The void pees back

Premature Evaluation: Kynseed

There’s nothing I enjoy more than the interminable march towards the cold embrace of my own grave. When I’m done just throw me in that soily bad hole where skeletons live, I don’t mind. I scream in delight with every fresh wrinkle discovered, each grey fleck found, every stabbing abdominal pain after thirty seconds of light exercise. Let me glide happily towards that eventual death,…

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Feature: Hell on earth

Doom Eternal trailers, release date, details

Doom Eternal looks to be a bit more of the same that 2016's Doom started, which is by no means a bad thing. This guide will act as a hub for everything that we know so far about the game, including a place for the trailer that shows off the bulk of the game, as well as what we know about the game's release window.

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