Month: December 2019

A lot of games released in the last 10 years (we tried counting but lost track somewhere after we used up all our fingers and toes) and in the spirit of moving forward into a new decade, we asked the PlayStation LifeStyle staff to land on one single game as their personal Game of the
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Immersion cooling manufacturer CoolBitts thinks there might be a market for immersion cooling systems at the ultra-high-end of the market. The company has announced a kit including chassis, coolant, fans, PCIe tray, power meter, pump, radiator, and rear IO panel.
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An easy one before we go for the final push Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want
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If there’s one thing that I’m totally hopeless at then it’s DIY. If it were left to me, the final design would resemble something of a child’s Blue Peter drawing – I’d receive a badge for effort, but let’s be honest, it’s total pants. Tools Up! is a party game for those of us that
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WWE 2K20 Wasteland Wanderers DLC pack is available to download right now, giving you access to post-apocalyptic-themed additions like a new Showcase, Story Towers, and superstars. This expansion is included with the WWE 2K20 Deluxe and SmackDown! 20th Anniversary Editions, or available to purchase separately for $14.99. The most prominent inclusion with Wasteland Wanderers is the
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This one is worth a snort of disgust, for sure Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want
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What is life without fun? Few things are as fun as getting truly lost in a game you love. As we close out 2019, it’s time to look back on the games that dominated our free time. This year, we have top five (or almost five) lists from Joel Hruska, David Cardinal, Michael Justin Allen
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2019 may have tested many of us with varying trials and tribulations outside the world of video games, but it’s been a pretty wonderful year for gamers all round, and especially Switch owners. Nintendo’s hybrid handheld has gone from strength to strength, with a huge amount of excellent games, a nice little internal revision that
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According to the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu (via Twinfinite), almost one-third of Death Stranding‘s launch month sales in Japan were digital. The publication estimated that the game sold 109,375 copies via the PlayStation Store. Pokemon Sword & Shield was ahead of Death Stranding with 629,636 digital copies sold between October 29th and November 24th. Romancing Saga
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Microsoft’s The Initiative, a “AAAA” studio working on high-quality next-gen experiences, has hired yet another God of War and Sony Santa Monica veteran. As spotted by Twitter user Klobrille (via Windows Central), Erik Jakobsen joined The Initiative as Principal Environment Artist sometime this month. He served Santa Monica Studio for nine years, with his most
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Alright, no seriously, this one might actually be good Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want you
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According to data shared with Business Insider by Parrot Analytics, Netflix’s The Witcher is currently the third most “in-demand” streaming shows in the United States, just behind The Mandalorian and Stranger Things. The company tracks content consumption, engagement, and viewership across multiple platforms around the globe. The Witcher, which debuted on December 20th, is a bit
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For your convenience, we typically compile the top stories of each week, along with Major Nelson’s video recap, into a feature we call This Week on Xbox. With the year – and indeed the 2010s – drawing to a close, we’ve broadened our look back to include the entirety of 2019. The 12 stories below,
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Very specific indeed Every year we are put in a cardboard box full of straw and carefully packed away in the treehouse attic, until Graham wakes up on January 3rd and chains us to our desks again. It’s a cosy little break for us, but we don’t want you to feel alone. That’s why we’ve
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As another way to encourage Nintendo Switch owners to play Super Kirby Clash, Nintendo is offering another temporary deal for players to take advantage of. From December 29, 2019, to January 14, 2020, you’ll be able to save 20 percent off on Gem Apples — the in-game currency in Super Kirby Clash that let players
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There have been many games that have seen us gamers attempting to control a duo of characters – with the awesome Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons up there with the best – but now it’s time for a mind-bending new tale to arrive, as The Clocker releases on Xbox One. Previously available on PC
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