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It’s been eight years since Jason Voorhees last made Friday the 13th a day to remember, but he’s finally returning to Crystal Lake.
Let the Splatoon eSports craze begin!
For just $12 (or more), you can get the entire Humble Gems Bundle. It contains seven games that normally cost a whopping $115 in total!
In Other News: Watch Dogs 2 pokes fun at scientology, Resident Evil brands some makeup for Halloween and this Moogle gameplay trailer is a decoy. Here’s the news we did and didn’t post today because we were too busy imagining the egotistical bundle.
User created arenas, characters and championships could put your WWE2k17 saves at risk.
Civilization VI is by far the best installment the franchise has seen to date, and it’s all because the game is more logical and intuitive.
Nintendo has conservative expectations for their new Switch console, despite overwhelming praise after the reveal last week.
Some people love the new silly designs for pocket monsters in Pokémon Sun and Moon, other’s don’t. But they’re all done on purpose.
Rockstar have targeted GTA Online cheaters again, wiping trillions of in-game dollars from the online space
Batman: Return to Arkham may hold up in the gameplay department, but its mixed bag of visuals are something else entirely.
It’s time to double up your play time in World of Warcraft as the we Return to Karazhan for Patch 7.1.
Wondering what to wish for in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 when you summon the almighty Shenron? We’ve got you covered.
Remember when games were about fun and escapism? They still are – and Cal of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s reminds you of that
Hearthstone is due for new content soon. In the run up to BlizzCon, Blizzard have dropped some teasers.