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  1. Pokemon: Last Chance To Get Free Shiny Pikachu/Eevee In Let's Go

    Last month, The Pokemon Company began distributing a free Shiny Pikachu and Eevee for the Let's Go games on Nintendo Switch. If you've yet to claim one, however, your time to do so is running out. The distribution is set to end this Sunday, June 23, making this your last opportunity to add the free Shiny Pokemon to your collection.
  2. Fortnite Is Getting A Flare Gun

    Fortnite is always getting new weapons but, unlike most of the game’s guns, the new Flare Gun seems to be more about signalling than shooting at other players. The upcoming weapon was announced over the weekend at Epic’s Fortnite Summer Block Party event, with a new animated trailer staring Jonesy. The gun should be added to Fortnite soon, but Epic hasn’t given an official release date yet.
  3. Citizens Of Space Launches Tomorrow On PS4

    I’m Ryan Vandendyck, game director for Citizens of Space and the creator of the Citizens franchise, and this is a window into a subtle, but crucially important, the element of the design of the Citizens games — namely, the diversity among the titular Citizens.
  4. Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Be Playable On PS5

    The Final Fantasy VII remake is one of the biggest games at E3 2019, and now we know it's coming to the two highly anticipated next-generation consoles. Publisher Square Enix has all but confirmed the game will be playable on PlayStation 5.
  5. Fortnite Could Have Been Canceled

    Epic's Fortnite is a massive, worldwide phenomenon that's achieved a level of popularity that few could have ever imagined. The game almost didn't even exist, however, it's been revealed this week at E3 2019.
  6. PSN Is Down, Causing Issues For PS4 Online Games

    E3 2019 is winding down, with Thursday marking its final day. Even without Sony at the show, there has been a lot of games for PS4 fans to check out. But those at home looking to boot up their PS4 might find themselves running into issues. Sony has confirmed PSN is down.
  7. Grand Theft Auto Online Adding A Luxury Casino

    Grand Theft Auto Online, the online mode for GTA 5, has turned into a sprawling mix of activities--some more legal than others--and Rockstar has announced one more vice that you can live out in the game soon: casino gambling.
  8. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Pushes Realism

    At this year’s E3, Infinity Ward showed off a private demo of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for the press. It’s the best looking Call of Duty game that I’ve ever seen, and the style and pace of its combat seem right up my alley. The team says the goal is to depict the realities of modern combat, but in the end, some things just can’t be shown in the final game. Specifically, the team is hesitant to portray the true effects of chemical weapons.
  9. Nintendo Explains Animal Crossing: New Horizons' Delay

    Animal Crossing: New Horizons' delay was one of the more disappointing pieces of news from Nintendo's E3 2019 press conference. The publisher has now commented further on the reasoning behind the game's delay, saying it was to ensure employee welfare.
  10. Tropico 6 Gets Ready For Consoles

    Tropico 6, the city/nation-builder which launched on PC back in March, is encroaching on consoles with an Xbox Game Preview version available now. Three months into the new game’s lifespan, developers are comfortable that the changes they’ve introduced are stable and play well with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Sept. 27.
  11. Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Spec Ops Mode Confirmed

    The first screenshots from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's multiplayer mode emerged online today, providing a first look at the online mode for Infinity Ward's military shooter. The screenshots were released as part of the game's appearance at the E3 Coliseum event.
  12. A Year Of Rain Is For Anyone Who Loves Classic Real-Time Strategy

    A Year of Rain from Daedalic is a game for those of us with fond memories playing real-time strategy classics like Warcraft 3. It’s an unapologetically faithful recreation of a style of RTS that’s coming back into fashion, with Blizzard’s own Warcraft 3: Reforged due out later this year.
  13. A Closer Look At Final Fantasy VII Remake

    During Square Enix’s E3 2019 press conference, we saw new gameplay for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake along with a long-awaited glimpse of Tifa and what she’s like in combat. So far, we’ve only seen the characters from the very beginning of the game and members of a resistance group called Avalanche.
  14. Xbox Is Changing How Gamertags Work In Latest Update

    At E3 2019, Microsoft announced major changes to the Xbox Live Gamertag system.
  15. The Terminator Is Coming To Ghost Recon Breakpoint

    Ubisoft is promising years of support for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, just as it does with many of its live service online games. One of the unexpected additions to the next Ghost Recon is, apparently, the Terminator.