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Call of Duty: WWII PC Open Beta Had 5X More Players Than Infinite Warfare’s Launch
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Call of Duty: WWII PC Open Beta Had 5X More Players Than Infinite Warfare’s Launch

With the closure of Call of Duty: WWII Open Beta weekend, we’ve had a glimpse of how the game will perform on PC master race, and it seems that it’s made a huge improvement from last year’s futuristic look at the Call of Duty franchise across the board. So much so that statistically speaking, the Call of Duty: WWII beta had 5X more player than Infinite Warfare last year. read more

PAX Aus: Electric Deck Builder Hand of Fate 2 Debuting Fresh Content
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PAX Aus: Electric Deck Builder Hand of Fate 2 Debuting Fresh Content

Defiant Development stole the show with highly successful RPG Hand of Fate back in 2015, and it’s ready to raise the stakes with Hand of Fate 2, the chillingly good-looking sequel. The classic deck building, minigames, and realistic diversion into third person combat is making a return at PAX Aus, but new storylines, bosses and explorable regions plus never before seen content will be unveiled during the three day gaming extravaganza. read more

Cuphead – Before You Buy
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Cuphead – Before You Buy

It’s not everyday you get to relive the era of hand drawn animation in a video game. But Cuphead defies all trends and expectations, putting you in charge of an anthropomorphic cup who looks like he’s been plucked out of a Fleischer cartoon. Cuphead is the story of what happens when two young pieces of crockery (Cuphead and Mughead) wind up in the Devil’s Casino, and make a dangerous bet that costs them their souls. read more

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The 40 Greatest Super Nintendo Games: See Which Ones Made It To The SNES Classic Edition

With the Super NES Classic Edition now available, nostalgia for Nintendo’s beloved 16-bit console is at an all-time high. And really, why shouldn’t it be? Despite being over a quarter century old, the Super Nintendo is still widely considered to be one of the greatest gaming systems ever made and is closely associated with what is often referred to as gaming’s “golden age.” Nintendo’s purple and grey box was home to a frankly absurd number of incredible games, with all-time greats like The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Final Fantasy VI making their debuts on the SNES. read more