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Microsoft Adds FPS Boost To 13 More Xbox Games


Microsoft announced today that 13 EA Play games now support FPS Boost on Xbox Series X/S consoles. A bunch of these FPS-boosted titles support 120Hz including Star Wars: Battlefront, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare, Titanfall 2, Battlefield V, and more. Read more

Epic Games Store Adds New Apps Including, Um, Another Game Store


Epic announced today that a slate of new non-gaming apps are now available on the Epic Games Store. The most interesting new app added is the indie games storefront Itch.io, potentially giving the thousands of smaller games on their store a huge new audience of EGS users. Read more

There's A Full Console Port Of Virtua Fighter 5 Inside Yakuza


The Yakuza series has contained playable Sega minigames for a while now, from Outrun to Virtua On, but folks digging around in the code for Yakuza: Like A Dragon and Yakuza 6's new PC release have found something a bit more substantial: basically the entire Xbox 360 version of Virtua Fighter...

Mother 3 Gets An Updated English Patch On Its 15th Anniversary


The folks behind the wonderful English translation of Mother 3 are still working on the project over a decade later. Earlier today—which also happens to be the 15th anniversary of Nintendo’s milestone RPG in Japan—they dropped a new patch that irons out some lingering bugs in the unofficial...

Apex Legends Coming To Phones


Battle royale Apex Legends is coming to phones, developer Respawn announced today. The mobile version will begin testing in certain regions this spring, with a wider rollout to come.Read more

Xbox Cloud Gaming For Windows 10 And iOS Launches Limited Beta Tomorrow


As promised back in December, a browser-based version of the Xbox Cloud Gaming service for Windows 10, iPhones, and iPads is kicking off tomorrow, with a limited number of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers invited to stream and play games directly through Edge, Google Chrome, or the Safari...

The Week In Games: Nier-ly There


It’s another week, which means another batch of new games. We’ve got some exciting things on the horizon, like NieR Replicant Don’t Make Me Type The Numbers and the next gen version of Judgment. Here are the video games coming this week:Read more

Wasteland 3's First Story Expansion Is The Battle Of Steeltown


Coming June 3 to consoles and PCs, The Battle of Steeltown takes Wasteland 3 players to the towering factory complex that creates the weapons, vehicles, robots, and armor that keeps the Patriarch in power. Apparently, it’s got problems, and it’s up to you to solve them. Read more

Skate City Rolls Onto PC And Consoles May 6


Skate City, the artful street skating game from Alto’s Odyssey creators Snowman, finally makes the leap from Apple Arcade to PC and console next month, bringing its chill lo-fi beats and dreamy rides to PlayStations, Xboxens, Switch, and PC on May 6. Read more

Maybe Your 'Pile Of Shame' Is A Problem


Because everything has gone to shit and very few new games are coming out—look at you, you’re all playing Outriders for God’s sake—we’re going to be spending the month looking at backlogs, aka the games we own but haven’t played. And I would like to start that month by saying that anyone using...

Gaze Upon My Browser Extensions and Despair


They’re not what any of us would call “intimate,” but you can really tell a lot about a person from a quick glance at the browser extensions they use. Is your boyfriend’s browser decorated with favicons from Evernote, Trello, and literally nothing else? He’s either a type-A perfectionist or zen...

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