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  1. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery players point out lore inaccuracies in-game

    Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery takes place in 1984. It’s an important date to remember. The canonical Harry Potter universe stretches centuries, but the most important era, as it pertains to Hogwarts Mystery, is the period between Voldemort’s initial rise and Harry Potter’s attendance at Hogwarts.
  2. Dreams; The Most Innovative Game Of All Time?

    If you feel as if you have a imaginative mind or even captivating dreams, then Media Molecule's upcoming game Dreams may be something to help you makes those ideas a reality. Dreams brings many unique tools and concepts to live and puts their control into the players' hands.
  3. Featured

    GamerCrates' Green Week Is Here!

    Forget Black Friday and Cyber Monday, join GamerCrates for Green Week! Discounts on subscriptions, past crates, apparel, snacks, and more are active through November 27th. You can even snag the limited Se7enSins crate for 50% off!
  4. Are MMORPGs Really Dead?

    Gamers across the world observe that the MMORPG isn't just going to die, but that it already is. Once World of Warcraft's dated gameplay catches up to it, what will happen to the one booming and competitive genre of gaming? Are MMORPGs awaiting their death sentence? Let's look at what we know and find out.
  5. Snoopy’s pledging $100K for a dog charity with new mobile game

    Snoopy’s latest interactive adventure is a puzzle game called Snoopy Pop, which launches today on Android and iOS. It’s a Puzzle Bobble-style game, with Snoopy looking to save Woodstock and his fellow avian friends from the bubbles they’re trapped in. Snoopy Pop is a free-to-play title with in-app purchases, and that’s where publisher Jam City is coming in with a significant contribution to a canine charity.
  6. Prime Day 2017 UK: Best PS4, Xbox One, And Game Deals.

    This year's Amazon Prime Day sale is here, bringing with it some big discounts on games and tech for Prime members. We've rounded up some of the best UK deals for you below--there's some great offers on PS4, Xbox One, and PC games, as well as tech, accessories, and subscription services.
  7. Oculus Rift And Touch Controller Bundle Is Really Cheap For A Limited Time

    Oculus has announced a hefty discount on its Rift VR headset and Touch controllers. For a "limited time only," the headset, two touch controllers, two sensors, a remote, an Xbox One wireless controller, and a connector for guitar controllers compatible with Rock Band VR can be purchased for £399/$399. Ordinarily, this would cost around £600.
  8. Xbox One X Performance Detailed, Native 4K Proved Difficult For Some Games

    It's understood that Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One X will be the most powerful gaming console to date, but how well it performs at 4K resolution is still in question. Digital Foundry, which Microsoft collaborated with to reveal the new console's specifications, published a detailed report on some early performance benchmarks. And while it doesn't answer all our questions, it does give us a better idea of the console's power.
  9. Big PSN Sale Discounts PS4, PS3, And Vita Games In Europe.

    The first sale, titled Big in Japan, focuses on the best games coming out of Japan, such as Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, which is available for £30 / €38. You can also grab Final Fantasy XV for £24 / €30, Dark Souls III for £20 / €25, and the excellent Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain for £8 / €13. Check out the full list here.
  10. Crowds overwhelm the first public E3

    The largest crowds seen for E3 at the Los Angeles Convention Center forced it to open doors 15 minutes early to keep the situation from becoming hazardous, according to several tweets from industry figures. This is the first time E3 has been open to the public. The Entertainment Software Association, which manages the event, sold 15,000 tickets granting three-day access to the expo. Ordinarily, it has been an event for industry, retailers and press covering the subject.
  11. Astro drops $60 gaming headset

    Astro, best known for its high-end $300 gaming headsets, dropped into the entry-level market with a new $60 headset this week. The wired Astro A10 has a fold-away omnidirectional boom mic which mutes automatically when flipped up, is tuned for gaming by Astro’s audio experts, and includes memory foam ear and head cushions and a super-durable, adjustable headband.
  12. E3 Opens To The Public For The First Time Ever

    For the first time ever, E3 is opening its doors to the public. The Entertainment Software Association, which organizes the event every year, announced today that an allotment of 15,000 tickets will be made available for anyone to buy this coming Monday, February 13.
  13. The Se7enSins Limited Edition GamerCrate

    GamerCrates is a company that offers a variety of difference subscription box services and merchandise. Their iconic box, the GamerCrate, gives subscribers a box full of gaming merchandise. This time around I’ll be taking a look at the exclusive Se7enSins crate that is available for a limited time.
  14. New Hack Record Set as Yahoo Acknowledges Breach of 1 Billion Accounts

    In September, internet company Yahoo revealed that a "state-sponsored" actor breached Yahoo's servers, compromising 500 million accounts. Now, Yahoo has acknowledged another more massive breach--twice the size.
  15. How Video Games Have Helped Me

    For years video games have been given a bad reputation, but are they truly bad for you? I'm sure they have some negative effects on us, but do those negative effects outweigh the good? Instead of looking at gaming as a waste of time, I think we should be looking at them as a curative experience for people struggling with mental disabilities.