The marsupial of legend returns and he’s never been so fluffy. But there’s nothing soft and cuddly about Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. In true Crash fashion, this cute and colorful platformer is here to kick your ass.
I haven't exactly been subtle in my undying love for the Dragon Age franchise and since it'll be quite a bit of time before we get more Dragon Age 4 news, I have to get my fix where I can. So when a friend of mine shared this incredible Dragon Age Inquisition recreation of Skyhold in The Sims 4? I just had to share.
Redditor user r/StarshinePrince took to the forums to share their creation and I'll be honest; I was shocked. When I saw the title of the post of being a recreation, I expected it to be one frame of a building that looked similar to that of Skyhold. What I wasn't expecting was a detailed recreation, even going room to room.
SMGs in Warzone have been extremely powerful from day one. Built for speed both in their handling and how quickly they can drop an enemy to the ground, SMGs have always been very nearly as popular as Assault Rifles when it comes to premade Warzone loadouts.
Our Best SMG in Warzone guide will walk you through the stats of all the SMGs on offer, before divulging our personal take on the very best and very worst SMGs that Warzone has to offer.
This guide was written by Ollie Toms and James Law.
Knowing the very best guns in Warzone like the back of your hand is a key skill in Call of Duty’s uber-popular Battle Royale mode – and we’re here to help you hone that skill. Below you’ll find our tried and tested Warzone weapon tier list, along with detailed explanations and tips on the very best Warzone guns.
This guide was written by Ollie Toms and James Law.
Assault Rifles are by far the most versatile and numerous weapons class in Call Of Duty: Warzone. They are reliable, effective at any range, and the backbone of the vast majority of Warzone loadouts out there. Our guide to the best AR in Warzone will walk you through the stats, attachments, and relative power of all 19 Assault Rifles in Season 7 of Warzone. Below we’ll go through each Assault Rifle from best to worst in the current meta, and explain everything you need to know about how to use (or whether to avoid) each one.
This article was written by Ollie Toms and James Law.
Sniper Rifles dominate Call Of Duty: Warzone and its sprawling, rooftop-dotted landscape. They always have, and they always will, thanks to the invaluable trait that a single headshot from a bolt-action Sniper Rifle is a guaranteed kill. So the question is: which sniper rifle do you use for that perfect headshot?
Our Best Sniper in Warzone guide will walk you through the four snipers on offer in Season 6 of Warzone. We’ll go over the stats of each one, before talking about how each sniper stacks against the others.
This article was written by Ollie Toms and James Law.
Most of this year’s best movies are available from the comfort of your own home
If you’re looking to get some big savings on a new gaming laptop, then today’s Cyber Monday sale is definitely the best time to do it. Whether you want to take your games on the go or simply fancy playing games in a different part of your house, there are hundreds of pounds and dollars to be saved off these Cyber Monday gaming laptop deals, including almost £500 off a Razer Blade 15. Our favourite Lenovo Legion 5 laptops from the end of last week are also still in stock over at Walmart, too, for our friends in the US, too. That’s not all, though. There are lots of new gaming laptop deals to consider this Cyber Monday, so we’ve picked out our top picks below.
There’s never been a better time to pick up a new SSD this [cms-block] and Cyber Monday season, and you’ll find all the best storage deals from today’s Cyber Monday sale in our curated hub below. We’ve scoured the web for all the best SATA, NVMe and external SSD deals we can find taking place in the UK and US, and all of them come with the RPS seal of approval. Finally, we’ve got some fresh WD Blue SN550 deals for those shopping in the US, and there are also new deals on WD’s Black SN750, too. You’ll also find Samsung 860 Evo drives for some of their lowest ever prices. So, to help you secure the best savings on today’s best SSDs for gaming, read on for our Cyber Monday SSD deals highlights below.
[cms-block] is done for another year, but today’s Cyber Monday sale has brought us one last round of great gaming monitor deals. A lot of the best Black Friday discounts are now over, including the brilliant Samsung Odyssey G7 deal, but there are still plenty of gaming monitor bargains available across all display types, including G-Sync Compatible monitors, 144Hz and 240Hz screens and ultrawide monitor deals. So, to help you find the best bargains from what’s left, I’ve rounded up all my top picks in this curated list. Whatever you’re after, we’ve got you covered in our RPS-approved Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals round-up.
[cms-block] is finally over, but you can still pick up a great gaming headset deal with this year’s Cyber Monday sale. With so many headsets on sale, it can be difficult to know what’s good and what’s not. Thankfully, we’ve done the hard work for you and picked out our top highlights right here in one handy list. Curated and selected by us, you’ll find all the best discounts on today’s best gaming headsets right here in our best Cyber Monday gaming headset deals round-up.
Black Friday is hitting a little different this year, and for your sake and everyone’s, we hope you plan on doing any deals shopping online. Luckily, retailers far and wide are lining up to grab your attention with amazing deals, and they’re starting even earlier than usual. We’ve seen loads of great Black Friday deals
Keeping track of Disney Plus’ often weird release schedule
D3 Publisher finally brought Onee Chanbara Origin to the west, and we’re celebrating this momentous occasion with a brand new giveaway.
With this giveaway, you can win one of five PS4 or PC codes for the game, kindly offered by D3 Publisher.
The way to get involved is really, really easy.
All you have to do is comment on our articles, everywhere on the site. The more you comment, the better your chances. We want to hear your opinions and insight, and there is no better way for that to happen than sharing your comments with us.
An important caveat is that comments on this post are not eligible for the giveaway. Of course, you’re welcome to comment here, but in order to participate, you need to comment at least on one other article.
On November 5 at 11:59 pm EDT we’ll randomly select five comments made after this post has been published, and the authors of these comments will win digital download codes for Onee Chanbara Origin.
Of course, spam comments and throwaway one-liners will be disqualified, as we’d like to promote interesting commentary and conversations among our readers.
The winners will be able to select platforms and regions between PS4 and PC (via Steam), North America, or Europe.
[Update: Make sure you log in by 10AM PT today (November 5) if you still want them!]
If you still play Marvel's Avengers, you should probably log in between now and November 5 (10AM PT) so you can grab this "Player Appreciation Package," that some might see as an apology package for delaying next-gen upgrades and new content.
In short, you're getting: 1500 credits, 7000 units, 250 upgrade modules and 20 DNA keys. That amount of credits is just enough for a legendary skin for your favorite character. Currencies! Can't live with them, live service games can't live without them. As someone who still plays Avengers from time to time: I definitely could have lived with a few less currencies in this one, as Crystal Dynamics, like Bungie before it, still has a long ways to go until they nail down a fun live service game loop.
Hell, even if you don't play Marvel's Avengers but own the game, you should probably log in just in case to claim those items anyway for future use. You never know, Crystal Dynamics could completely overhaul the game one day and you'll be glad you had those extras. Or, they could combine multiple currencies and devalue this set of rewards.
Who knows! Live service games are wild in 2020 and beyond.
Avengers War Table [Square Enix] [Image from VGphotomode on the Marvel blog]
Supermassive Games is serving up another communal horror adventure just in time for Halloween.
Whether you dug Until Dawn and only Until Dawn, or you also played Man of Medan and thought it was decent cheesy fun, or you're removed from this whole Dark Pictures Anthology saga but are kinda in the mood for a suspenseful, not-too-spooky Halloween game, I have to give Little Hope the thumbs-up.
It's striking at the right place and the right time with the right setup: a town haunted by witch trials.
Last year, we raised over $60,000 for Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare during our Extra Life livestream. This year you can be a part of all the fun by watching or playing with us.
Starting on November 7 at 8 a.m. CT, we'll stream for 25 hours to raise money for Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, Minnesota! We'll be playing a variety of wild games, auctioning off several game codes, and getting up to a bunch of hijinx. Donate right now for a good cause by clicking here! You can follow along and donate on GameInformer.com, YouTube, and Twitch.
Below is a rough outline of our schedule (in Central time) starting at 8am on Saturday morning. Let us know what you think of these options in the comments below!
UPDATE: While our initial focus was on the current-gen console versions of Watch Dogs: Legion, we've also spent time looking at the PC version too with Digital Foundry's PC specialist Alex Battaglia taking a good hard look at a hugely demanding game - a title that challenges mid-range rigs even without ray tracing enabled.
In this extended video, you'll get to see how the ray tracing features work, how they scale and how much of an impact they have on overall performance. You'll also get to see how much of an accelerant Nvidia's excellent DLSS implementation is for this title, plus we take a look at the settings available, how the key presets scale, and come up with our optimised settings for the best bang for the buck experience. It'll certainly be interesting to see how the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 versions compare to what's on offer here, and how performant they are by comparison.
Original story: Have we reached that time in the console generation where the machines start to show their limits - when developers are eagerly looking forward to the next generation? Back in 2013, prior to the release of Xbox One and PlayStation 4, titles emerged that clearly pushed too far, often resulting in poor performance. There's a decent argument that this is the case for Watch Dogs - at least on the standard vanilla Xbox One S. It's a technologically ambitious game that clearly has some performance issues, even with the arrival of a new patch. So, to what extent does the PlayStation 4 improve matters and can the enhanced machines clear up the issues? Or is this game so ambitious, we should wait to play it on PS5 and Xbox Series X?
There's no way Pikmin 3 came out over seven years ago.
Either way, it's hard to believe it's been that long, as Pikmin 3 has remained a staple of my dusted-off Wii U since. I still head back into the little pint-sized world to blow off some steam from time to time, and the Bingo Battle mode has been a perpetual font of fun for my wife and I.
The Deluxe version on Switch makes things a little easier on us if we want to boot it all back up again, even if it's not a huge upgrade.
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