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Rust World Revamp Update Overhauls the Map

The Rust World Revamp Update has arrived, bringing big changes and performance improvements to this long-running survival crafting game.
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Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah Release Date Finally Revealed

The Conan Exiles: Isle of Siptah release date has finally been locked in for PC and consoles; you'll be able to enjoy this new content in late May 2021!
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The Division Mobile Game, Heartland Spin-Off, and More Are Coming

The Division mobile game, a Netflix movie, and a new spin-off game titled The Division Heartland are all in production according to news from Ubisoft.
Imagine Earth

After 7 Years on Steam's Early Access, Imagine Earth is Finally Releasing on Steam and on Xbox One

Imagine Earth is a sci-fi strategy simulator that focuses on the conflict between economic growth and environmental destruction.

PC Gaming Features

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9.6 Reasons We Want Lady Dimitrescu to Step on Us

We all want the tall vampire lady from Resident Evil Village to step on us—but why?
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This Week in Valheim: Better Building and Furious Fulings

This week in Valheim, we explore a better way to build, a furious charge of angry Fulings, and what may be the worst storage system design we've ever seen.
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More Friday Night Funkin' Mods To Try

Still getting freaky on a Friday Night. Still more mods to bring more content to Friday Night Funkin'. Still an unanswered question: do the massive speakers just appear or does the Girlfriend carry them everywhere?
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Nier Replicant's Technical Shortcomings

Nier Replicant Ver. 1.22 fixes some of the original's faults while radically overhauling its visuals. Despite the massive upgrade, it still doesn't look great, which is to be expected for a project of this scope. This makes its rendering setup on consoles and poor PC performance all the more confusing.

Latest PC Gaming Reviews

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Before I Forget Review

Before I Forget is a strong, concise story tracing a woman suffering from dementia as she slowly uncovers pieces of herself as well as the story framed within this mental health journey. It doesn't waste players' time with a run-time that doesn't overstay its welcome, helped by a protagonist that doesn't divulge too much information when she speaks.
Mamiya

Mamiya — A Shared Illusion of the World's End Review

Sometimes, Mamiya gets you to analyse yourself in ways that are uncomfortable but those moments of clarity bring the narrative back down to a place that’s as fascinating as it is haunting.
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Battle Axe Review

Battle Axe doesn't care for your time and relies on cheap tricks like out-of-view trap placement and an astonishingly small pool of lives. Not to mention that there is an incredible amount of accessibility options missing, all of which detracts from the stellar pixel art. Battle Axe feels like a mess.
Legend Of Keepers

Legend of Keepers Review

Whilst Legend of Keeper's set up is good, little actual dungeon management and a fairly samey gameplay loop leaves the dungeon feeling a little unexplored.