‘Crucible’ Review: Amazon Magicks Gaming Cliches Into Something Fresh


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The debut offering from Amazon Game Studios combines familiar elements into a surprisingly delightful concoction.

‘Doom Eternal’ Will Drop Its Controversial Anti-Cheat Software


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The move comes just a week after the software was added to the game.

‘Crucible’, Amazon’s First Big-Budget Game, Arrives Wednesday


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With ‘Crucible,’ Amazon Game Studios was focused on making a game with broad-based appeal. The team shooter seems like a safe entry.

Now Is the Best Time for Videogame Reboots


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Remakes of games like Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater are comfort food at a time when people need it most.

Epic Games’ New Unreal Engine 5 Looks Pretty Incredible


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The game engine won’t be released until next year, but man it looks nice.

An Alien War Took Over Grand Theft Auto V. It Could End Tonight


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A month-long battle between gangs of green and purple aliens has spilled beyond GTA V’s boundaries.

‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’ Is Still an Infuriating Relic


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The recent remaster of the game is a stark reminder of the different world the original was born into.

Microsoft Is Starting to Tease Xbox Series X Games


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Also, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is on ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ now.

How *World of Warcraft* Has Evolved With the Internet


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In an interview with WIRED, *WoW* game director Ion Hazzikostas reflects on the shifting culture of the landmark MMORPG.

‘The Last of Us Part II’ Gets a Leak—and a New Release Date


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The ‘Last of Us’ follow-up is now slated for June 19. That’s pretty soon considering it looked like it might be on hold indefinitely.

Naked and Unafraid to Exercise in Virtual Reality


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Get over yourself and try VR workouts already. It’s private, liberating, and doesn’t require gym shorts.

Party Royale, Travis Scott, and Fortnite’s ‘Third Place’


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As the online game is proving with Travis Scott and Party Royale, digital places are every bit as legitimate as their analog counterparts.

‘Valorant’ Is Cutthroat, Punishing, and Addictive as Hell


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The Riot Games follow-up to *League of Legends* is worth the wait.

16 Best Couch Co-Op Games (2020): PS4, Xbox One, PC, Switch


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These are some of the best local cooperative multiplayer games for 2 – 4 players—split screen fun for every gaming system.

Nintendo Confirms Some 160,000 Accounts Might’ve Been Hacked


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To counteract the hacking attempt, the company is temporarily disabling users’ ability to access their accounts through the Nintendo Network ID system.

‘Receiver 2’ Makes Players Understand What Guns Do IRL


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The videogame instills some much needed realism into the first-person shooter genre.

Valve Confirms the Leak of ‘CS:GO’ Code


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The leak contains code from older versions of ‘CS:GO’ and another Valve game, ‘Team Fortress 2.’ Fans are freaking out.

Facebook Gaming Is Here—but Who Is It For?


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The social giant’s latest standalone app doesn’t offer enough for either casual gamers or esports steaming fans.

PlayStation 5 Might Be Hard to Find at Launch


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Sony is reportedly limiting the initial production run—and maybe not for the reasons you’d think.

‘Pathologic’ Is the Perfect Videogame to Revisit Right Now


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It’s nearly 15 years old, but when you play, you feel like you are living in the present moment.