Monthly Archives: September 2022

Play Store includes Wear OS, Android TV and Android Auto

When most people think of the Google Play Store, the first thing that comes to mind is smartphones. However, the spread of the Android ecosystem is much wider than that, and Google is taking steps to increase awareness of it and make it easier for people to find apps on the Play Store for their smart TVs, watches, and even ...

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Brain-training video games help seniors resist age-related mental deterioration

You may be able to prevent or delay dementia with changes in diet and exercise, research has found. Today, another possible tool to avoid dementia is attracting the attention of researchers: specially designed video games. The companies are marketing a series of digital games that promise training for the brain, with a battery of speed, attention and memory exercises. Researchers ...

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E3 returns live, in June 2023, for fans and industry members

The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, returns in 2023 as an in-person event from June 13-16. Once the gaming industry’s main annual event, E3 has lost importance over the years as other events have taken advantage of E3’s multi-year absence. The show is now embarking on a new strategy to regain fan interest and woo big brands as ...

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Full schedule, results, news and highlights

USA Basketball is one of 12 teams participating in the FIBA ​​Women’s World Cup 2022 in Sydney, Australia from September 21 to October 21. 1. The United States women’s national basketball team is aiming for a fourth consecutive gold medal in the 11-day event, its last victory in Spain in 2018. The teams are divided into two preliminary groups. China, ...

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Video game franchises that have gone from the best of 2D to 3D

As gaming has evolved, many genres that started in 2D pixelated style which many gamers remember was replaced by 3D graphics. These changes may steer the franchise away from its retro feel, though some gamers will argue that bringing many of these titles to 3D has been for the best. Related: Games That Would Look Amazing In HD-2D Style With ...

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Bad games like ET are worth playing

Deliberately playing bad games might seem like a terrible idea, but there’s a lot gamers can learn from experiencing the worst of the medium. When it comes to discussions of video games, many gamers are quick to exaggerate. A game that can live up to the hype surrounding it is heralded as a masterpiece, while any game that can’t live ...

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The ‘Most Dangerous Video Game’ Trope, Explained

Video games and movies have a somewhat strained relationship. Movies based on video games are just emerging from the deep black hole they dug themselves into, but movies about fictional video games have a different story. When horror movies use games, they usually do so with the most dangerous video game trope. There’s something hilarious about the games kids play ...

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Harrison Brewer making the most of AIL’s return with Terenure after time in Japan with some of the game’s greats

As the Terenure team bus traveled up Baggot Street towards Aviva Stadium, it was greeted by plumes of purple smoke from a plethora of flares that had been set off by a group of excited supporters. The bus stopped briefly. The players on board looked around and absorbed it all. For Harrison Brewer, that unmistakable big game atmosphere on the ...

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Game Dashboard is coming to Google Settings on more Pixel phones

However, it remains exclusive to Pixel If you’re a gamer and have a Pixel 6 series phone, chances are you’re already familiar with Android’s Game Dashboard interface, filled with handy utilities for taking screenshots, checking your FPS, start a screen recording, toggle DND, and even stream directly to YouTube. This dashboard became part of Google Play Services earlier this year, ...

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List of video games BTS has collaborated with

Image via Friends of the Line BTS are perhaps widely known for their music, but did you know that they also appear as characters in various video games? From skins to NPCs to special emotes, this Kpop group has expanded its reach into the digital sphere in hopes of connecting with gamers across different platforms. Although it sounds silly, the ...

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10 Ways Video Games Can Be Therapeutic

Video games are primarily a recreational activity. Almost all games are developed with the aim of entertaining the player. However, this does not mean that their use is limited to fun. Video games can also provide effective therapeutic tools for medical and psychological providers. RELATED: 10 Video Games That Made An Impact Outside Of The Industry Professionals have incorporated toys ...

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The Pixel watch with a new dial

Google’s teases are intensifying for its lineup of incoming hardware. The pixel teaser of a Pixel 7 Pro hands-on yesterday was just the start, it seems. Today, Google tweeted another video with its upcoming Pixel lineup featuring a photo of a new watch face on the Pixel Watch. Yeah, I know, it’s just a watch face. Look at it, though. ...

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Bandai Namco, SEGA eyes blockchain gaming: Nifty Newsletter, September 14-20

In this week’s newsletter, find out how a sci-fi comic uses non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to make the reading experience more interactive and how Web3 musicians view NFTs. Find out how big names like Bandai Namco, Sega, and Square Enix are eyeing blockchain gaming. In other news, find out how a metaverse-focused fir brought NFTs into Minecraft despite its ban on ...

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A biopic about video game music: We are OFK follows a virtual band trying to make it in LA | Games

Gorillaz is perhaps the most famous example of a virtual band, at least in the West. Elsewhere, virtual idol Hatsune Miku is ubiquitous, her personality projected onto her by fans. The four-piece OFK band is different: before you hear a note of their music, you’re going to find out exactly who they are. The band itself isn’t real – it’s ...

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The World’s First Trombone Rhythm Game Is Instantly A GOTY Candidate

It’s not often that I paste a short video of me playing a game into PC Gamer Slack’s work and other writers immediately buy it on Steam. But all it took was a 90-second clip of me trying to sing Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in a trombone-based rhythm game. trombone champion and several copies of the game were sold. Like, instantly. ...

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Rhythm Festival release date: gameplay, trailer and story

Drum along to your favorite Japanese songs! Learn about the latest addition to the drum game franchise Taiko no Tatsuji: Rhythm Festival, its release date, gameplay, and story. Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Release date: September 23, 2022 Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival will arrive on September 23, 2022 on the Nintendo Switch. Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Gameplay Taiko ...

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Unleashed 5th Gen AOC AGON Gaming Monitors with QHD Resolutions, High Refresh Rates and Console Mode

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‘Return to Monkey Island’ review: A swan song for a golden age of games

Available on: PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch Developer: Terrible Toy Box | Editor: Devolve Digital, Lucasfilm Games “Return to Monkey Island” is the fulfillment of a promise made over 30 years ago. Since the release of “The Secret of Monkey Island” in 1990, the series has been considered a paragon of the adventure game genre. When enthusiasts fondly remember the golden ...

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Beta Guide: All Available Maps, Game Modes, and Rewards – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Wiki Guide

Taking place throughout the last two weekends of September, the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 beta will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. The two-part beta event will feature multiple game modes and playable maps, as well as unique rewards that will continue once the game launches in late October. So whether you’re looking for scheduled start and ...

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Xbox chief hanging out with famed Japanese game developer sparks jealousy among PlayStation fans

Sony sits on the throne of the gaming industry having delivered a plethora of amazing games on PlayStation. But it seems that Microsoft has something planned and wants to take over the Japanese multinational with its future projects. Additionally, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer’s update on the recent visit to Japan portends a bright future. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ...

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Like A Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name Gameplay Length and Scale About half of a main game

Famitsu recently interviewed RGG Studio’s Masayoshi Yokoyama regarding the company’s recent major announcements. Throughout the article, Yokoyama remarks on how Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Blotted His Name isn’t full-scale and the story length is still being adjusted, but it’s stated to be probably about half the length of a main title. 10-20 hours is the current rough ...

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Terraria 1.4.4 update introduces huge change to building

The Terraria 1.4.4 Labor of Love update is almost here, and it already promises an almost unfathomable number of quality-of-life improvements for one of the best crafting games on PC. From a Terraria Void Bag redesign that drastically improves inventory space, to a tweak that ends Terraria’s corrupted jungle issues forever, developer Re-Logic has gone above and beyond in the ...

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Like a Dragon: Ishin will not have an English dub

If you’re planning on checking out the upcoming Yakuza spin-off, Like a Dragon: Ishin, you should know that the only language option is full Japanese with English subtitles. Ryu Ga Gotoku’s own Yakuza series producer, Masayoshi Yokoyama, confirmed this during an interview. (opens in a new tab) at the Tokyo Game Show 2022 (translated by PSU (opens in a new ...

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California governor signs bill designed to protect minors on social media

Gavin Newson, the governor of California, has signed a bill to protect minors on social networks. AB 2273 establishes the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act which is expected to go into effect July 1, 2024. According to a press release from Newsom’s office, it “requires online platforms to consider the best interests of child users and to default to privacy ...

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“PUBLISHER CELEBRATES SUCCESS AT THIS YEAR’S TOKYO GAME SHOW”

Tokyo, Japan – September 16, 2022 – Leading video game publisher 505 Games is celebrating the conclusion of this year’s Tokyo Game Show, after showcasing its largest product line-up yet at the “Route 505” press event and online showcase, a testament to 505’s continued support for the Japan and Asia markets. The publisher has shared content for a wide ...

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This stealth game challenges you to commit kills, then suck up the mess

The first guard is a big guy. He’s standing next to a porthole in the cruise ship’s dining room, which I slam down to knock him over. Then I hit him with a wet floor sign nearby while he’s lying on the ground for good measure, and hide under a table before the dazed thug can get up and spot ...

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Reo Hatate joins Kyogo and Maeda in Japan squad for matches against USA and Ecuador

Reo Hatate has been called up to the Japan national team for the upcoming international friendlies against the United States on Friday, September 23 and Ecuador on Tuesday, September 27. And he will be joined by Kyogo Furuhashi and Daizen Maeda as Japan prepare for the World Cup with these two friendlies. Hatate has not been involved before although he ...

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SOULVARS for console, PC launching in 2023

The console and PC (Steam) versions of the pixel art turn-based deck-building RPG SOULVARS will launch in 2023, publisher Shueisha Games and developer ginolabo have announced. Here’s a preview of the game, via its Steam page: About Burn your SOUL! SOULVARS is a pixel-art turn-based deck-building RPG where your party of Soulbearers face off against invading Dominators in dynamic high-speed ...

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The best video games of 2022…so far

For most of 2022, the video game industry has been defined more by its past than its future. Microsoft is in the process of acquiring Activision Blizzard, a gaming giant whose stable of franchises includes Call of Duty and Warcraft. Sony’s biggest “release” so far this year is the revamped PlayStation Plus, a subscription service that, for an additional monthly ...

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Blizzard Servers Down: DDoS Affects Connections for WoW, Call of Duty, etc.

Blizzard’s servers are suffering a DDoS attack causing failed logins and long queues for players on the company’s Battle.net service, the Call of Duty publisher says. Blizzard says it is actively monitoring the ongoing “distributed denial of service” attack, which is preventing users from logging in or putting them in long queues for Activision Blizzard games, including World of Warcraft, ...

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Nintendo announces a boatload of ports of classic games and Japanese RPGs for Switch

While the details on the next Zelda game provided Nintendo’s big kick this morning, the company’s latest 45-minute “Direct” presentation was jam-packed with first-party Nintendo creations, Japanese RPGs, and plenty of remakes and ports from other platforms. Here’s a quick summary of everything we managed to jot down: First-party Nintendo releases Enlarge / More like Non-pathetic travelerfriendship? Square-Enix Varied daily ...

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Nintendo Direct predictions for September 2022

Everyone’s talking about it, but what’s going to happen in today’s Nintendo Direct? Is it Zelda time? Is it Metroid time? Do we even dare to speculate on Pikmin 4? Today we are going to find out. The 40-minute Nintendo Direct broadcast starts at 3pm UK time. Note that Nintendo UK will not be broadcasting the stream due to the ...

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Gasoline Gypsies will be at Sperry’s Arcadehouse for the release of a new game

Music, food and video games: a perfect combination for Gasoline Gypsies and Sperry’s Arcadehouse. Michigan-based band Gasoline Gypsies will be at Sperry’s Arcadehouse in downtown Port Huron on Friday for a video game launch party. They teamed up with longtime friend and Kelsoft founder Kelly McGeary to create a video game based on the band. McGeary said the game took ...

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Reliever Hirokazu Sawamura granted his release

The Red Sox have had quite a bit of success with Japanese pitchers over the years, but their time with Hirokazu Sawamura ended on Sunday. Sawamura was granted his release from the club and became a free agent. He had had his ups and downs with the big league club this year, struggling to avoid harsh contact, despite launching one ...

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Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.6: Xbox Series S 60fps update tested

It’s been six months since the release of Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.5 – the breakthrough patch that finally added native support for current-gen consoles. However, CD Projekt RED has not remained inactive, the new 1.6 “Edgerunners” update arrived last week, in connection with the new anime. A slew of new content features are being added, but this article focuses on ...

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40 Real Photos That Look Like They Belonged To A Video Game, As Shared In This Dedicated Online Group

Perhaps, in the contemporary world, it is almost impossible to find a person who would not play video games or at least who does not know anything about it. Games have become a real part of our reality, so sometimes we deliberately “try” things from the outside world for their gameplay. For example, few will say that the new Ferrari ...

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Local MP caught violating smoking ban at high school baseball game in Japan

A member of the Kumamoto Prefectural Assembly was caught smoking a heated tobacco product in the smoke-free stands of Hanshin Koshien Stadium during the National High School Baseball Championship in August, it has been reported. Nobuo Ide, a member of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) who is serving his sixth term in the Kumamoto Prefectural Assembly, attended a baseball tournament ...

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PlayStation-backed Deviation Games loses former Call of Duty boss

Deviation Games, the PlayStation-backed studio created by two Call of Duty Black Ops veterans, has lost one of its co-founders. In a statement released on Thursday, the California-based company confirmed that creative director Jason Blundell no longer works at the studio. Former Treyarch studio co-head Blundell was one of the main creators of Call of Duty’s Zombies mode before leaving ...

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Northwestern vs. Duke Odds, Line: 2022 College Football Picks, Week 2 Predictions from Proven Computer Model

The Northwestern Wildcats will be looking to build on their season-opening win over Nebraska when they face the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday afternoon. Northwestern rallied from a 28-17 deficit, scoring 14 straight points in the 31-28 winning streak. Duke is coming off an impressive performance by knocking out Temple in a 30-0 final. Kickoff is scheduled for noon ET. ...

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Predatory payday loan companies and fraudsters thrive amid unequal laws and stolen data

As consumers have lost their jobs and struggled to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic, many have turned to payday loans and other short-term solutions, with offers increasing in line. This has not only allowed predatory lenders to thrive as many borrowers continue to face exorbitant interest rates and hidden fees, but it has also created a fertile environment ...

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Daktronics Delivers Narrow Pixel Pitch Video Wall for University of Wisconsin

To bring new visual aspects to Camp Randall Stadium, Daktronics of Brookings, South Dakota, in conjunction with JP Cullen, a Wisconsin-based commercial construction company, continued a long-term partnership with the University of Wisconsin (UW ) to fabricate and install a new LED video wall in a club area and ribbon displays in the seating bowl in Madison, Wisconsin. The project ...

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CD Projekt expects its new Witcher saga to include “more than one game”

CD Projekt has confirmed that they plan to release more than one game as part of the next major chapter in The Witcher series. The company revealed in March that its next Witcher game would launch “a new saga” for the franchise. Asked for more details during CD Projekt’s first-half earnings call on Wednesday, chairman and co-CEO Adam Kiciński said ...

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Today’s Wordle 445 Answer and Hint: Wednesday, September 7

Whether you’re hoping to read a handcrafted clue designed to gently nudge you in the right direction or just want the answer to the September 7 Wordle (445) delivered straight to your eyeballs, you’ll find it all and more. tips for the internet’s favorite word game below. A strange scattering of green and yellow letters meant that it took me ...

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Pokémon Centers across Japan offer a special in-game Clefairy to customers who say “Pi pi pi…”

You must also wave your fingers to be eligible. pokeemy centersstores that sell all kinds of PokeMon-themed items, from plush toys to clothing, can be found in many major cities across Japan and are great fun for any fan of the series. And now they’re getting a little better for a limited time. From September 3 to September 11, all ...

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Apply for a quick loan online. -Zimbabwe Newspaper

It’s no secret that the payday loan industry is booming. More and more people are applying for payday loans online in order to get quick cash approval. As a result, they can pay their bills faster and have money in their pockets when they need it most. This article will discuss […] It’s no secret that the payday loan industry ...

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8 best new racing games to try in 2022

There are a wide variety of new racing games for fans to try out to test their skills and patience. Game fans with a passion for speed and competition will find impressive and innovative racing games with futuristic graphics, but also underrated creative racing games that will challenge them in surprising ways. RELATED: Video Game Villains Who Would Be Heroes ...

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Best Buy Labor Day Sale 2022 – the best deals to buy now

The Best Buy Labor Weekend Sale offers savings that are nothing short of epic. Take advantage of tempting end-of-season sitewide discounts for your back-to-school or gadget refresh needs. To celebrate Labor Day — the unofficial end of summer, Best Buy is dropping prices on its inventory. Among the retailer’s assortment of Labor Day deals are jaw-dropping discounts on laptops, tablets, ...

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MSI RTX 3090 Suprim X review – an oddly priced Nvidia GPU kaiju

The MSI RTX 3090 Suprim X is a giant graphics card with impressive PC gaming capabilities, and its performance will appeal to enthusiasts from all walks of life. It’s not the leader of the GPU food chain, as the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 Ti currently sits atop the teraflop totem. Nonetheless, this custom version of the Green Team’s premium card ...

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The is the Pokemon that stole Alolan Vulpix from his VSTAR

| One of the most anticipated Pokémon TCG the sets arriving in Japan this year have now been revealed. Incandescent Arcana is slated for release on September 2, 2022 in Japan. Unlike the previous direct Japanese set, the Origin Forme Giratina theme Lost Abyss which brought back the Lost Zone mechanic, this set will include rare characters and Radiant Pokémon. ...

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Why The Last of Us Prologue is a masterpiece of video game storytelling

Before we get too caught up in how the prologue foreshadows what’s to come, it’s important to recognize the power of the many small details that make these intro scenes so immersive. Consider, for example, the design of Joel and Sarah’s house. From the broken leather couch to the tiled kitchen floor and the clutter around the office, their home ...

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If you were a video game, what kind of game would you be and why? | Gamer on PC

Thanks to HenrykForkbeard, who asked this question on the PC Gamers Forum, asking. “If you were a video game, what genre/type of game would you be and why? (Additional credit for story/character description).” This is certainly a much more interesting question than “what kind of tree would you be”, a question that only rarely lets you know which people are ...

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Padres vs Dodgers – Game Recap – September 2, 2022

LOS ANGELES — — Yu Darvish was cruising the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup when Cody Bellinger came on at home plate in the fifth inning. The slugger fell swinging on four pitches for Yu’s 3,000th strikeout in his professional career. “I totally forgot about it and someone told me in-game,” Darvish said through a translator after posing for a quick ...

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Some Diablo Immortal Players Are Facing Huge In-Game Debt

Serious Diablo Immortal players, also known as “whales,” are facing in-game debts of tens of thousands of dollars following Blizzard’s crackdown on Eternal Orbs purchased from third-party vendors. Eternal Orbs are a form of currency used to purchase materials such as Legendary Crests, Cosmetic Sets, Reforging Stones, and Platinum. They can be earned by playing the game, but Blizzard also ...

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The Xbox Game Pass Friends & Family plan has been officially announced

Microsoft has officially confirmed the Xbox Game Pass family plan that it has been testing for a month. As discovered via a leaked image a few days ago, the new subscription tier is called Xbox Game Pass Friends & Family. At the moment, it’s still only available to players in Ireland and Colombia, but it’s now available to all players ...

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Justice Sucks killer vacuum game released this month

Cleaning up the mess in stealth games can be a real headache. Nobody wants to waste a precious water arrow washing away the blood when you could use it to put out a torch so you can stab the next guard. Also, you have to throw the body somewhere where it won’t be found, and the bathtub already contains five ...

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