Game subscription services are everywhere these days but Humble Bundle have been doing this for a while. Their former service Humble Monthly is being replaced with the fresh-faced Humble Choice which comes with the ability to choose the games you get, but a higher price tag as well. The service launches today under its new
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A cursory look at social media over the last few weeks shows most people’s interest in sharing their thoughts on this decade’s happenings. What were the best films, the most-played tracks on Spotify, top personal accomplishments? Of course, there’s no short of gaming-related commentary. Thus, Metacritic has joined the discourse, as well. The website compiled
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Ape escape Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. I mean, some games aggressively resist your playing them. Peter Jackson’s King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie is not available to buy on Steam, or Uplay, or any online store you could
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Based on the acclaimed Netflix TV show, Narcos: Rise of the Cartels is a turn-based strategy game in the vein of the lauded X-Com franchise, sharing with it the ability to move units and strategically place them on the battlefield to flank and/or otherwise neutralise (and excuse the terminology) loco gringos. For a modestly marketed
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During Destiny’s upcoming Season of Dawn, players will need to stop a council of Cabal Psion Flayers from tinkering with time and reversing their victory against the Red Legion. During this season, players will be able to participate in a couple of different holiday events and unlock two new Exotic weapons. If you have one
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Cursed Legacy, a new chapter in the multiplayer horror game, tells the story of The Spirit’s ancestor, Yamaoka Kazan: a Samurai whose wrath ended up drawing the Entity’s attention. The Chapter also introduces a new survivor, Kimura Yui: a vigilante street racer who finds herself trapped in the Entity’s realm. Cursed Legacy is available on
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 To celebrate the inclusion of 50 NES games, Nintendo is offering a 50% discount on a set of Nintendo Entertainment System Controllers that are compatible with Nintendo Switch. Starting tomorrow until Jan. 10, 2020, Nintendo Switch Online members with a paid membership can purchase these controllers for $29.99 by visiting https://store.nintendo.com/nintendo-entertainment-system-controllers.html. Source: Nintendo of America Share
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