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Praise the high-def sun!

Prepare to Die in 4K This May in Dark Souls: Remastered

This seemed like an inevitability. Today, Bandai Namco announced that the popular third-person action RPG, Dark Souls, would be enjoying a new release this year as Dark Souls: Remastered. Not only will players be able to discover the mysteries of Lordran once more in high-definition and 4K resolution (for compatible systems), but you'll also be able to enjoy jolly cooperation with even more friends.

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Returning, at last, to its console roots

Mutant Football League Arrives on PS4 and Xbox One This Month

Last Fall, Mutant Football League made its way onto the PC so that once again players everywhere could main, mutilate, and massacre their opponents while also kind of playing American football. The original Mutant League Football, though, was a Sega Genesis title so while it was heartening to see the spiritual successor get made and released, many were hoping it would find its way onto the current gen consoles. Well, if you can wait just one more week, your wish will be granted.

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Catch him while you can!

Krampus Is Currently Running Amok In Killing Floor 2

Since its release in late 2016, Killing Floor 2 has been chugging along with all kinds of updates and seasonal events.  The most recent of these involves the most terrifying of all wintry creatures, Krampus.  Are you brave enough to take him down?  I mean, to be honest, you probably aren't, but you may as well check out what all the update is adding anyway.

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Portable prison shivs!

The Escapists 2 Is On Its Way To The Nintendo Switch

Breaking out of prison can't be that hard, right?  All you've got to do is grease a few officers' palms, hatch a plan with your closest incarcerated buddies, and create tools out of nothing.  I suppose you also have to work out patrol patterns, subtly lay out the groundwork for your escape route, ensure your clandestine meetings aren't discovered by guards... okay, so maybe it's a little hard.

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A game that exists

Destiny 2 Co-Op Review

As 2017 (thankfully) draws to a close, we wanted to take a look at how Destiny 2 stands after some needed updates and the release of the first expansion. Games like these are ever-changing and shifting, but we wanted to put together our thoughts on it and try to answer the usual question that gets tossed about with this: “is it worth it?&rdqu...

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All I want for "Dawning-mas" is a Crimson

Destiny 2 Seasonal Event, The Dawning, Kicks Off Today

During TwitchCon this past October, Bungie stated that they'd start up special events again once the second season for Destiny 2 kicked off in December. Today, players can enjoy some winter-y themed activities as "The Dawning" arrives in the Tower and Farm, and offers up some special gear that will be available for a limited time.

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Your Favorite Films Now Featuring Aliens

Epic Loon Gameplay And Plot Reveal

What do the films It, Alien, Jurassic Park and Frankenstein all have in common? They’re all featured in the upcoming game Epic Loon from Macrales Studio, a small indie team devoted to diving back into classic movies and letting you take friends with you. In an interview from GamesCom, the team unpacked the direction for where their project is headed, as well as mentioning that, even though only four movies will make up the foundation for the game itself, there will be winks and nods to other popular movies.

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