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Brilliantly tactile, Game of Thrones: Tale of Crows feels like a new genre of game-as-interface

The setup is this: you’re playing through the history of the Night’s Watch, set thousands of years before the events of George R.R. Martin’s books and HBO’s TV show, around

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Offbeat multi-biographical indie Welcome to Elk launches this month

After two years of development, intriguing indie Welcome to Elk has a release date. If you’ve not heard of it before, Welcome to Elk is an offbeat narrative game with

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Red Dead Online’s lobbies have mysteriously emptied – and it’s solving the game’s problems

Red Dead Online has been something of a roller coaster in recent months: after the community protested the lack of updates by wearing clown costumes, Rockstar pushed a major update

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Sea of Thieves’ Gold Hoarders faction finally gets some love in next week’s update

Sea of Thieves’ treasure-hungry Gold Hoarders faction is getting some much needed love next Wednesday, 9th September, in the form of a new tomb-raiding puzzle quest type which arrives as

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Fortnite’s new Tilted Taxis mode is an enjoyable Crazy Taxi clone

Crazy Taxi is no stranger to clones. I will freely admit enjoying the rather shameless The Simpsons: Road Rage back in the day, and to spending countless hours crashing around

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Here’s a brief gameplay peek at CD Projekt’s new creature-hunting Witcher mobile game

Back in the halcyon days of, uh, last week, CD Projekt revealed it would be bringing the Witcher-y world of Geralt and friends to iOS and Android in the form

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Ubisoft’s original The Division is currently free to download and keep on PC

Ubisoft’s celebrated online shooter The Division (the 2016 original, not its 2018 sequel, clarification fans) is currently free to download and keep on PC. The Division, if you’re unfamiliar, casts

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