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  1. New Pokemon Go Update Out Now

    A new update for Niantic's popular mobile game Pokemon Go has arrived. The newest update fixes a number of bugs, including those related to freezing and crash scenarios. This update also fixes a "motivation decay bug" for Pokemon who have less than 3000 CP.
  2. Red Dead Redemption 2 Delay Opens Up "A Little Bit Of Opportunity," EA Says

    Assassin's Creed publisher Ubisoft isn't the only big company that has something to say about Rockstar's decision to delay Red Dead Redemption 2 until 2018.
  3. The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 8/1/2017

    For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation, read on. And enjoy The Drop!
  4. After Adding New Co-Op Mode, Titanfall 2 Is Free This Weekend

    Players looking for a new game to play have yet another option to choose from. Titanfall 2 is free to play on PS4, Xbox One, and PC this weekend.
  5. Metal Gear Solid 5's Next Update Makes Revolver Ocelot Playable

    A new Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain update was just revealed, and it includes quite a bit of content. Konami is adding several new outfits, new ways to use the Wormhole Generator, and Revolver Ocelot to the game's FOB mode.
  6. Steam's Next Free Weekend Game Now Available

    PC players who have yet to pick up Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare can now get a free taste of the game. This weekend, the popular first-person shooter is free to play on Steam--though there is a slight catch.
  7. Pyre doesn’t have online multiplayer, but there’s a good reason why

    The heart of Pyre, the new role-playing game from indie studio Supergiant Games, is basketball-esque combat in which two teams try to dunk a round object in each other’s, well, pyre. Known as the Rites, these battles can be played outside of the campaign in the Versus Mode, in which you can take on another person or the AI. But while online play is de rigueur in games these days, Pyre’s Versus Mode is a throwback: The two players have to be sitting together in the same room.
  8. Nintendo Switch Eshop Adds Two More Games Today

    Another pair of games has been added to the Nintendo Switch Eshop. Namco Museum and Ultra Hyperball round out what has been a busier-than-usual week for the service.
  9. LawBreakers PS4 And PC Open Beta Now Live

    The final beta test for LawBreakers is now live and will be active for the next few days. It's open to everyone on PC and PlayStation 4.
  10. Free-to-play Warframe dogs Destiny's steps

    Digital Extremes director Steve Sinclair likes to tell a story about the early years of Warframe. He was exhibiting at PAX East in early 2013, when a small group of guys from Bungie dropped by the booth. Warframe had just gone into open beta. Bungie's Destiny had recently been announced, though details were scant.
  11. For Honor Finally Adding Dedicated Servers

    Ubisoft has announced it is finally adding dedicated servers to its online brawler For Honor. The move has been much anticipated by fans, some of whom even started a petition to urge the developer to improve the game's online connectivity.
  12. PS Plus Prices Going Up In Europe And Australia

    Sony has announced it is increasing the price of its PlayStation Plus service in Europe and Australia. From the end of August, you'll have to pay more to grab the monthly game library and play online multiplayer on PS4.
  13. Destiny 2 beta hits PC on Aug. 28, system specs revealed

    Windows PC gamers will be able to try the Destiny 2 beta for four days starting Aug. 28, developer Bungie announced today.
  14. Call Of Duty: WW2 Special Edition Includes A Physical Backpack

    Activision previously announced the details of two special editions for the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII. It appears there will at least be one other version available for sale, and this one is the priciest edition yet. Best Buy has published a store listing (via NeoGAF) for a $165 version of WWII--although, for whatever reason, it's currently on sale for $150.
  15. Another Xbox One Backwards Compatible Game Now Available

    After a handful of releases yesterday, Microsoft has today added another game to the Xbox One backwards compatibility library. Today's addition is Tomb Raider: Underworld, the 2008 entry from longtime series developer Crystal Dynamics.
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