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Review: Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition

15 years and a fresh coat of paint later.

Almost 15 years to the day that the original Age of Empires III was released comes the remastered Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition. Love it or hate it, the original certainly left an impression on fans of the franchise. I am not saying all those impressions were necessarily good, but they were impressions none the less.

What we have here is a remastering of one of the more divisive Age of Empires games released. Upon first...
 

AMD Reveals Powerful Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 Processors

Available starting November 5.

AMD has revealed its new lineup of Ryzen 5000 processors for desktop PCs. These are the first CPUs to make use of the company's Zen 3 architecture and are, as you would expect, the most powerful processors to date. AMD even goes on to claim that the Ryzen 5900X is the "world's best gaming CPU."

Lower end models will be available and starting at $299 (USD) starting November 5. The new lineup begins with the entry-level Ryzen 5 5600X,...
 

Baldur's Gate 3 Released to Early Access Today

The long-awaited RPG is out today.

A new grand RPG based on fifth edition of Dungeons & Dragons, has entered into Early Access today. That's right, Baldur's Gate 3 is now available through Early Access on PC and Mac via Steam, GOG.com, and Stadia. This is just the start of the journey towards the game's full launch.

The team at Larian Studios say that they will be working directly with the community on iterating and improving the game. This includes adding new content...
 

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Delayed

Pre-patch also pushed out to October 13.

Blizzard just said that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the next major expansion for their still popular MMORPG, has been delayed. It has been pushed back now until "later this year" with a solid release date not yet revealed. As is typical for these sorts of delays, the delay was an "incredibly difficult decision for the team" but they ultimately feel as though it was the "right decision for the game--and for (the)...
 

Review: Crysis Remastered Is One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Maximum meh.

In 2007 the original Crysis was released for the PC. The big question on everyone's mind at the time, and even through to today, is "can your PC run Crysis?" Usually, the answer was "yes, but…" because even the beefiest of computer hardware had trouble maxing out the graphical options that Crysis brought to the table at the time.

Fast-forward to 2020 and the answer gets a bit more muddled. See, the original Crysis was very dependent on...
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  • Crysis Remastered is Out Now on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox

    Crysis Remastered is Out Now on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox

    Is your PC ready?

    Crysis with upgraded visuals serves as the basis for the just released Crysis Remastered. Out now for the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, Crysis Remastered features vastly improved visuals over the original release. In the case of the PC version specifically, there is even a "Can It Run Crysis?" graphical option that will push even the latest hardware such as the Nvidia RTX 3080, to its absolute limits.

    The PC release can be picked up only...
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  • WWE 2K Battlegrounds is Now Available

    WWE 2K Battlegrounds is Now Available

    A game where big head mode is always on.

    We have just a quick notice for you today to let you know that WWE 2K Battlegrounds is now available on your platform of choice. That is provided your platform of choice is the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, or Stadia. This arcade-style brawler will set you back just $39.99 (USD).

    Battlegrounds is very much an arcade-style brawler, complete with things like power-ups, special moves, melee items, and interactive...
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  • Spider-Man: Miles Morales is Also Coming to PlayStation 4

    Spider-Man: Miles Morales is Also Coming to PlayStation 4

    Surprise!

    Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales was already confirmed to be a PlayStation 5 launch title. What we didn't know until yesterday is the fact that Sony is also planning on releasing the game for the PlayStation 4. That's right, you will be able to play the new Spider-Man game on either the PS4 or PS5, despite initial indications suggesting it was a PS5 exclusive.

    Yesterday during the PlayStation 5 Showcase, we got to see a near 7 minute long gameplay demo for...
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  • Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 is Now Free

    Life is Strange 2: Episode 1 is Now Free

    Free across consoles and PC.

    If you have not yet picked up Life is Strange 2, you have an opportunity to get a taste of the game right now for free. Square Enix just announced today that they are making the first episode available for free on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms.

    This free episode is said to offer up about three hours of gameplay. ...
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  • Demon's Souls Announced for PC and 'Other Consoles' in Latest Gameplay Trailer (Updated)

    Sony quietly announces this as a multi-platform title.

    During today's PlayStation 5 Showcase, Sony showed off a number of launch titles for the PlayStation 5. One of those titles is none other than Demon's Souls, a remake of the original PlayStation 3 title. We already knew this game was coming. This isn't the news here.

    The new news is that a new gameplay trailer for the game showed off today revealed that Demon's Souls is exclusive to the PlayStation 5 on consoles, but...
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    Last edited by Shawn Zipay; 09-17-2020, 03:14 PM. Reason: Updated with new information about the "PC" release and "other console" release error.

  • Two Monster Hunter Games Announced for Nintendo Switch

    Two Monster Hunter Games Announced for Nintendo Switch

    The series returns to Nintendo with two new experiences.

    Capcom announced that there will be two new Monster Hunter games coming to the Switch in 2021. These games are called Monster Hunter Rise and Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin. Rise is slated to be released on March 21, 2021 while Wings of Ruin is looking at a Summer 2021 release.

    Monster Hunter Rise is more akin to the action-RPG you are used to for a Monster Hunter title. You will hunt some mons near Kamura...
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  • New Deathloop Trailer from the PS5 Showcase

    New Deathloop Trailer from the PS5 Showcase

    Featuring Arkane's signature gameplay design.

    Check out this new trailer for Deathloop as shown during today's PlayStation 5 Showcase event.

    Deathloop will be released on the PlayStation 5 and PC in Q2 of 2021. Sorry, there is no Xbox One version that we know of for this. ...
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  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War 'Nowhere Left to Run' Trailer

    Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War 'Nowhere Left to Run' Trailer

    A new trailer from the PlayStation 5 Showcase.

    Get a fresh look at Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War in this new trailer that made its debut during the PlayStation 5 Showcase. The trailer is entitled "Nowhere Left to Run" and includes a crapload of action. A "crapload" being an official unit of measurement when it comes to the amount of over the top action there is in a Call of Duty trailer.

    I hope you like a lot of kill close quarters kill animations...
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  • Final Fantasy XVI Announced

    Final Fantasy XVI Announced

    Coming to PlayStation 5 and maybe PC? Who knows anymore.

    Today at the PlayStation 5 Showcase, Square Enix announced Final Fantasy XVI for the PlayStation 5. During the event, the trailer was shown off on a PC emulating PS5 hardware. At the end of the Showcase trailer, it said Final Fantasy XVI was also coming to PC.

    The standalone trailer, embedded below, mentions nothing about the PC.

    So this PC release is stuck in limbo somewhere and neither Square Enix...
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  • Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition Announced for Next-gen

    Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition Announced for Next-gen

    New features and new game modes for a next-gen audience.

    Capcom announced Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition today for the next-generation of consoles. Not only does it include new game modes and new features, it also includes Vergil as a playable character. This next-gen release includes features like real-time ray tracing, enhanced 3D audio, Turbo Mode, and Legendary Dark Knight Mode. This release will also include the Deluxe Edition and EX Color Pack content from the original release...
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  • PlayStation 5 Starting at $400, Launches Starting November 12

    PlayStation 5 Starting at $400, Launches Starting November 12

    $400 for digital-only, $500 for the full system.

    The next-gen is now fully in gear. With Microsoft announcing the price and release date of their Xbox Series X, the only piece of the puzzle that remained was what Sony would do with the PlayStation 5. Today, the company announced that the Digital Edition will retail for $399.99 (USD) while the "regular" version with a disc drive will retail for $499.99.

    Both consoles are expected to launch in select countries...
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