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The Forest Builds Up a Head of Steam

By András Neltz on at

Open-world survival horror game The Forest is coming to Steam Early Access on May 22. I usually stay away from horror games but this one looks so good, I might just give it a try. When there's plenty of light and everyone's awake. Video within.

This Portable N64 is a Work of Art

By Steve Marinconz on at

The portable console uses a 3.5" screen, internal memory and Rumble Pak, an Expansion Pak, a GameCube analogue stick and four-hour battery life. Just want to see the final product in action? Check out the video within this article.

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Huge Collection Of Classic Games Needs a New Home

By Yannick LeJacq on at

Facing mounting financial pressure, the Danish museum Spilmuseet ("The Games Museum") is about to jettison a massive collection of classic video games and related hardware. And with nobody opening their doors yet, all these refugees of console wars past are still in need of a new home.

Here’s How You’ll Be Killing Nazis in the New Wolfenstein Game

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The newest teaser for Wolfenstein: The New Order shows even more of just how terrible life would be if the Nazis won World War II. We get glimpses of the torture and detention camps that the Reich employs and a good look at the resistance fighters led by B.J. Blazkowicz. Some of the game's weapons get glory shots, too.

A Game for Salty Fighters

By Luke Plunkett on at

Based on a recent act of fight stick destruction, Stick Chucker doesn't care if you win or lose a game of Street Fighter. It only cares how far, and how hard, you can throw your stick once you lose.

The Crew Is Out This Autumn

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Ubisoft's big open-world racing game - announced at E3 last year - will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall, the company said today. Set in the relatively mean streets of North America, The Crew requires an internet connection to play. New gameplay footage within.