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'Marvel's Avengers' Accidentally Doxxed Streamers In Latest Update

Marvel's Avengers has had its fair share of issues since release. Even during the beta for the game, players experienced massive glitches and instabilities, and even more multiplayer problems arose post-release. There aren't many people who have stuck with the Crystal Dynamics project - and now the game has somehow managed to dox those precious few loyal players.
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Looks Like 'Ghost Of Tsushima' Is Making Its Way To PC

It's looking like another much-loved PlayStation 4 exclusive won't be exclusive for much longer. PlayStation recently updated the boxart for Sucker Punch's Ghost Of Tsushima, removing the "only on PlayStation" banner and fueling speculation the open-world samurai adventure is PC-bound. As spotted by VGC, the shiny new boxart removes the...
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PlayStation 5 Production Is Speeding Up, You Might Finally Be Able To Get One

The PlayStation 5 is set to become Sony's most successful console, assuming it can keep up with demand and actually provide the necessary supply. Fortunately, Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida confirmed in a recent Sony Group shareholder meeting (thanks, ResetEra) that the company will be ramping up the supply of PS5 units in the next fiscal year, and predicts they'll be shifting over 22.6 million units per year. For context, hitting this number would ensure that PS5 sales reach becomes the largest in the history of PlayStation.
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Holy Crap, 2022 Is Going To Be A Huge Year For Gamers

Great games launch every year, that's no secret. But every once in a while, we're gifted with a year so strong, so filled with truly incredible titles that offer something for everyone, that it becomes almost impossible to keep up with the sheer amount of quality being thrown our way.
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‘Alex Kidd In Miracle World DX’ Is A Painful Dose Of Pointless Nostalgia

Before Sonic, there was Alex Kidd, SEGA's de facto mascot and the Japanese giant's best platforming hope in the face of the competition from Nintendo and (Super) Mario. But there's a very important, very clear reason why Alex was moved along to make room for the spiky blue blur - his games were a bit rubbish. Originally made for the Master System in 1986, Alex Kidd In Miracle World is actually one of the better titles in its series - but as this new DX release shows in spades, it's not an experience that's worth revisiting in 2021.
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Batman Beyond Is Finally Being Revived By DC

DC is finally reviving Batman Beyond. The futuristic Batman was first introduced as part of the DC animated universe back in 1999, proving a smash hit with fans and running for a handful of seasons (and one great movie). It took several years after the show's ultimate end in 2001,...
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Joe Rogan Explains Why He Can't Risk Getting Back Into Video Games

Joe Rogan, a comedian and podcaster famous for extremely successful The Joe Rogan Experience, has clarified his critical comments about gaming in a recent episode with a former Counter-Strike pro. Last year, Rogan said that he views gaming as a "waste of time" and a pursuit that directionless children and...
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Dead Space Revival Is A Complete Reboot, According To Report

It looks as if Electronic Arts really is bringing Dead Space back from the, um, dead. The sci-fi/survival horror series enjoyed its fair share of acclaim back in the PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 days. Developer Visceral managed to deliver two brilliantly tense and pants-wettingly frightening single-player adventures that are still regarded as among the best horror games today.