Monthly Archives: August 2021

Get three more free Leisure Suit Larry games

Indiegala recently offered the original Leisure Suit Larry for free, and now continues with three more games in the hapless loser saga. It is Leisure Suit Larry 2: In Search Of Love (In Several Wrong Places), Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in pursuit of thrilling pecs, and Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti does a little undercover work. Where ...

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8 best video games where you play like a god

Characters and tales from mythology and folklore have been incorporated into video games in many ways. While some games like The sims series, people, and Spore let players control the lives of characters by building and managing their worlds, there are others that make gods playable protagonists. RELATED: The 10 Best Video Games of 2021 So Far, Ranked According to ...

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Paralympic Games: first Tokyo Games participant hospitalized with Covid-19 | Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

A Covid-19 outbreak at the Tokyo Paralympic Games became more serious after a foreign participant infected with the virus was admitted to hospital. The news was confirmed by the Games organizing committee on Thursday, with the latest test results showing two more cases among athletes in the village, bringing the total to five in the past three days. The patient, ...

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Save money on video games, movies and more with 10% off this Xbox gift card

Some offers really sell on their own and don’t need a lot of explanation from me. Buy this $ 100 Xbox Gift Card at Newegg. Use the code 93XRU99 during payment. Get the card for only $ 90. It’s pretty straightforward, and if you’re already buying games and movies and the like through your Xbox, it’s just free money for ...

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Erin Wayne Joins Riot Games as First-ever Global Head of Gaming Community

Los Angeles – August 25, 2021 – Riot Games, the developer and publisher of titles including League of Legends and VALUING, today announced that Erin Wayne has joined the company as Global Head of Gaming Community. Erin will shape, develop and lead Riot’s interactions with players, including direct community, social, editorial, and influencing relationships. This new role is an important ...

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This new god game has a real Thanos snap button

Are you there, my God? It’s me, Mul Nephum of the Kingdom of Odoar. I really hope you are listening. It’s wild here. If the eternal war between the dwarves and the elves weren’t enough, we have zombies in the south and tornadoes in the east. I’m pretty sure humans were all destroyed years ago by this overheated sky laser. ...

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Funky Music From Video Games – Jams To Boogie On Down To

As part of our celebratory video game music season that we inventively call Nintendo Life VGM Fest, we’re creating a few ~ moods ~ lists, because that’s pretty much how we organize our playlists. Spotify these days. Everyone knows that video game soundtracks are full of epic orchestrations, relaxing melodies, and terrifying boss fight tunes, but every once in a ...

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Here are the best upcoming Japanese / JRPG-inspired games for Xbox

Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment One of the oldest Xbox pet peeves of Xbox fans is the lack of JRPGs and Japanese-style games on the platform. With big hitters like Shin Megumi Tensei, Final Fantasy VII Remake, and Persona 5 skipping Xbox, many anime fans have been pushed to look to competing platforms like the PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC ...

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Free Fire breaks world record for largest video game screen ever

Gerena hosted an event this weekend at the Tropicana Las Vegas Resort to celebrate the 4th anniversary of their survival shooter Free Fire. The company has partnered with Limelight Projection Mapping and WorldStage to create a massive 3D light art display with a full projection size with over 1.6 million lumens of light. The video was then projected onto the ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (August 23, 2021)

Every day, around a dozen new games are released on Steam. And while we think it’s a good thing, it can be understandably difficult to keep up. Potentially exciting gems will certainly be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through all the games released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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