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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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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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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Homeless people evicted from their places as Japan continues Summer Games

Osamu Yamada, right, is warned by a Tokyo Metropolitan Government official to remove his belongings from a grassy area near the new Tokyo National Stadium on June 18, 2021 (Mainichi / Harumi Kimoto) The Olympics may be called the “festival of peace,” but for at least one man forced three times to leave the outdoor spaces near the Tokyo National ...

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Lordran from Dark Souls and 8 other darkest video game worlds

Post-apocalyptic games have always been popular, with massive successes like Fallout 4 and Exodus metro attracting thousands of players to their dark and inhospitable worlds. From nuclear wastelands to war-torn cities, these depressing worlds are often the most exciting to explore. RELATED: 10 Super Depressing Video Game Endings That Totally Disappointed Us However, these dark dystopias are not created equal, ...

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Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl drops classic feature

Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Shining Pearl and Legends Arceus will both lose a feature that has been included in every game since 1996. Game Freak seems to be phasing out the classic element after 25 years. After months of silence, Studio ILCA finally revealed everything about the Sinnoh remakes at an August Presents talk. While loyal ports, Nintendo Switch reimaginations will ...

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PC games are booming right now, but where do we go from here?

PC games have a turbulent history. It gained popularity after the 1983 video game crash, an event caused by excess console and shoddy games, and regained popularity in the 1990s thanks to the resurgence of the original Sony PlayStation consoles and Nintendo 64. However, PC games have managed to regain a stable position in the expected constantly growing global market. ...

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Osako and Muto ready to push Kobe to new heights

Forwards Yuya Osako and Yoshinori Muto on Sunday promised to deliver for Vissel Kobe as the pair returned from European clubs in the J-League first division. Japan international Osako has left Werder Bremen relegated to the German Bundesliga, while Muto is looking to restart his career after three disappointing seasons with English Premier League club Newcastle United. Yoshinori Muto (3rd ...

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Winners and losers: Intel Xe-cites as Pixel 5a fans are snubbed

It’s been a busy week in the tech world, from emails detailing the failed iPhone Nano launch to an Intel data dump making headlines. But, as always, for the expert team at Trusted Reviews, there has been a very clear winner and loser in the world of shiny things over the past seven days. Here is who they are. Winner: ...

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James McAvoy was so addicted to Oblivion he had to burn the disc

You might know James McAvoy from his role as young Professor X in the X-Men series, or other movies like Atonement or It: Chapter Two, or from that point on it turned out be good enough to cook at The Great British Patisserie. Most recently he starred in the timeloop adventure game 12 Minutes, which is why he is in ...

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The best LEGO video games according to the reviews

LEGO has a long heritage of classic games, but trends in the franchise’s review ratings highlight a preference for modern video games. LEGO has a long history when it comes to some pretty amazing video games. Even before the Traveller’s Tales days of branded movies and games, LEGO released some incredible classics like Lego runners and Lego Island. LEGO games ...

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Loan consolidation company relieving Americans of payday loan debt amid Covid-19 pandemic

Oakland Park, FL (PRWEB) August 14, 2021 Covid-19 hit the world by surprise in March 2020, and since then life has taken a dark turn. This pandemic has grabbed the world by the neck, from the loss of families and friends to the virus to job losses and business failures. With businesses closing and citizens facing pay cuts, payday loans ...

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Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya ‘starts from zero’ after Olympic Games

WARSAW, Poland – After all the turmoil of the past week, Krystsina Tsimanouskaya finally feels safe. The Belarusian Olympic sprinter who took refuge in Poland to avoid punishment at home after criticizing team officials at the Tokyo Games said she now hopes to focus on how to pursue a running career in world class. Speaking in an interview with the ...

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Zelda meets The Last of Us in Eastward, coming to Steam next month

A trailer for Eastward closed the Nintendo Indie World Showcase earlier today, announcing the game’s release date – but don’t worry, it’s coming to PC, too. The 2D action-adventure is slated for release in just over a month, and it’s the first title from Shanghai-based studio Pixpil, joining an increasingly robust game lineup from publisher Chucklefish, powered by a gorgeous ...

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8 video games that accidentally included things you weren’t supposed to see

A few years ago, there was a story about how the horrific AI of Aliens: Colonial Marines was improved by fixing a single spelling error buried in the game code. In addition to raising the question of “Why the hell do people care so much about Aliens: Colonial Marines?” this story was a perfect illustration of the insane difficulty of ...

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Humanity to debut on day one on Xbox Game Pass for PC

Xbox Game Pass for PC adds an unexpected title this summer: Humankind. The new work of Amplitude Studios and SEGA, will be available in the service from its launch, scheduled for August 17. “Combine up to 60 historical cultures by taking your people from ancient times to modern times,” they explain. the responsibles in the official Steam description. “From humble ...

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Erratic pandemic Olympics come to a mixed end

TOKYO (AP) It all started with a virus and a one-year hiatus. It ended with a typhoon and, always, a virus. In between: pretty much everything. The Tokyo Olympics, dubbed “2020” but staged in mid-2021 after being interrupted for a year by the coronavirus, ended Sunday night in a stadium emptied of COVID like an often surreal mixed bag for ...

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Is Google working on a new Chromecast?

(Pocket-lint) – Google announced a surge of new devices in early August, and the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are slated for release in October, while the Pixel 5 5G is slated to arrive in late August. However, it looks like there could still be more from the company before the end of the year. Spotted by Android Poilce, a ...

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Back 4 Blood beta beats Warframe, TF2 player counts in early days

The Back 4 Blood beta kicked off earlier this week, with players flocking to play Valve’s highly anticipated sequel to classic Left 4 Dead games – still without any news from Left 4 Dead 3, understandably. In fact, Back 4 Blood was so successful – though still only a closed beta – it almost hit 100,000 concurrent players in its ...

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SteamVR update lets you float PC apps inside your VR games

SteamVR’s latest beta update, version 1.19.6, adds a cool new feature that lets you float desktop or app windows inside your VR games so they’re always visible. Valve has extended SteamVR’s virtual desktop functionality in recent months. Earlier this year, they added the ability to open specific app windows (rather than your entire desktop) and even dock them on your ...

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How the Olympics are hurting Tokyo’s economy

Toshiko Ishii, 64, who runs a traditional hotel in the city’s Taito district, spent more than $ 180,000 to convert the building’s first floor into a restaurant in anticipation of an influx of tourists. It was already a bit risky, and when the pandemic hit, Ms Ishii worried about having to shut down. Even with the Olympics, she hasn’t had ...

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Final Fantasy 10 fan has amazing garage sale

A game collector on Reddit finds a brand new factory-sealed copy of a remastered collection of Final Fantasy PlayStation 3 at a garage sale. Garage sales can sometimes be great places to find unexpected game treasures, as one Reddit user who discovered a well-preserved copy of a highly collectable entry in the Final fantasy series. The entry in itself is ...

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SenpAI.GG wants to be your AI-powered video game coach – TechCrunch

With the most popular online video games, there is a huge gap between being a good player and a great one. A casual gamer might be able to defend against other casual gamers, only for a random pro to walk around and chew everyone like he’s somehow playing with a different set of rules. . Could an AI-driven voice in ...

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Yurukill for PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC Gets New Trailer Showing Bullet Hell Shooting; Gameplay explained

New Today, Izanagi Games released another trailer for their upcoming escape / bullet hell shoot ’em up hybrid game Yurukill: The Calumniation Games. Published on August 6, 2021 Giuseppe Nelva Residence ” New ” Yurukill for PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC Gets New Trailer Showing Bullet Hell Shooting; Gameplay explained Today, Izanagi Games released another trailer for their upcoming escape ...

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Japan beat France to reach gold in women’s basketball for the first time

If the Japanese women’s basketball team is Cinderella’s team this year, they take it until midnight. Japan dominated France in the semi-final on Friday, winning an 87-71 victory to secure a date with the United States in the gold medal game on Sunday. Rui Machida was instrumental in making Japan enter their first Olympic basketball gold medal game, with the ...

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Fancy GameBoy Analogue Pocket Pre-order: The Kotaku Review

GIF: Analog / Kotaku / STILLFX (Shutterstock) The other day a Redditor pointed out that a full year has passed since Analogue Inc. offered the world a fleeting three-minute window to pump out its coffers full of cash in exchange for a promise that we would one day receive a physical device called the Analog pocket, presented as the best ...

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“Toxic Culture” Allegations in Famous Independent Studio Fullbright

Steve Gaynor, co-founder of Fullbright, is no longer the creative lead or manager of his current project, Open Roads, although he remains involved as a writer. A report published by Polygon claims Gaynor was a “controlling” and “demeaning” presence who saw himself as the embodiment of the studio and who ultimately kicked out several employees, especially women. Fullbright is the ...

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Olympics: Spain ends Japan’s bid for gold in men’s football in semi-finals

SAITAMA, Japan (Kyodo) – Japan’s bid for a first Olympic football gold medal ended in heartbreak at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday as Spain won a 1-0 men’s semi-final in end of extra time thanks to substitute Marco Asensio. The Real Madrid forward brought the winner home from the right of the box in the 115th minute in a scorching ...

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The Olympics Need Esports More Than Esports Need The Olympics

Game Updates Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to know about game news. As the athletes marched through the stadium for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, they were accompanied by an unexpected soundtrack: a catchy sequel to video game music from Final fantasy and Sonic the hedgehog. It was a reminder that Japan takes ...

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PC Classics Remastered Compilation “Neighbors Back From Hell” Now Available On iOS Worldwide, Android Is Available Today – TouchArcade

Neighbors back from hell ($ 4.99) debuted on PC and consoles as a remastered collection of the original Neighbors from Hell games and it was revealed for iOS and Android through the excellent Handy Games. If you haven’t read the originals, Neighbors back from hell sees you playing the role of Woody trying to get revenge on his neighbor in ...

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