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Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate on PS5 and Xbox Series X is Great for Newcomers

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate is such a great value for those who have yet to pick it up but it…

Insta-Forum: What Games Did You Pick Up on Black Friday or Cyber Monday?

Now that the dust has (almost) settled on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, what gaming deals did you manage to…

Immortals Fenyx Rising Review — Gods and Monsters Aplenty

A vibrant, busy world means there's plenty of exploration in Immortals Fenyx Rising. It draws inspiration from some fantastic titles,…

Empire of Sin Review — Happily Trudging Through Prohibition

Empire of Sin brings X-COM-style combat and in-depth strategy to 1920s Chicago in a package with tons of great ideas,…

The Last of Us Part II Doesn’t Need the Return of Factions Multiplayer

As much as I loved The Last of Us Part II, more does not always equal better; even if it…

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review — The Blood Moon Rises Once Again

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a surprisingly deep pseudo-prequel to one of this generation's greatest games. A compelling story,…

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review — Speeding Past Memory Lane

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is a wonderful catalog of some of gaming's best music, but it fails to inform…

Insta-Forum: What Games Will You Play Over Thanksgiving Weekend?

Today is Thanksgiving, and for those celebrating in the US and elsewhere, what games do you plan to play over…

DualShockers’ Holiday Gift Guides 2020 — The Most Notable Collectibles and Merch to Cop

Whether you're looking to grab a simple t-shirt or would like to buy something more mind-blowing, here are some of…

Crusader Kings III Offers One of the Most Robust Character Creation Modes to Date in New Update

Crusader Kings III players will have even more to play with as the massive character creation mode update is on…

AndaSeat Fnatic Edition Gaming Chair Review — Sit Like the Pros

The AndaSeat Premium Gaming Chair has improved my posture and alleviated some of my previous back issues, making it very…

Is World of Warcraft: Shadowlands’ Starting Zone New Player Approved?

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands introduces a sizeable new player experience called Exile's Reach. We put it to the test by…

DualShockers’ Holiday Gift Guides 2020 — The Best Hardware and Accessories for Big Spenders

If you're looking to really go big for the gaming fan in your life this year, here are some of…

Drawn to Life: Two Realms Preview — Drawn Back to Life

Drawn to Life: Two Realms revisits the golden age of approachable puzzle platformers and shows a solid level of promise.

DualShockers’ Holiday Gift Guides 2020 — The Must-Have Games for Fans of Every Genre

If you can't decide what to get, here are the best games of 2020 that you can pick up for…

Why Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales & Representation Matters to Us

In collaboration with Latinx in Gaming and a panel of guests, we discuss why Miles Morales is a big step…

NBA 2K21 Review — More of the Same, But Prettier

The next-generation version of NBA 2K21 slightly improves from its predecessors in some areas but is not the leap we…

Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War Review — Forgetting its History

Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War introduced new features to the franchise, although often innovated in the wrong…

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Why Japanese Players Are Angry With Ubisoft And Censorship As CERO Denies Ubisoft’s Claims

Ubisoft acknowledged the blood spurts censorship was a mistake on its part and apologized to the Japanese players of Assassin's…

XIII Review — Not Every Game Needs a Remake

Microids' remake of XIII is the equivalent of injecting a deadly virus into the structure of the original game that…