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1.4 Update: “Journey’s End” Arrives On PC May 16th, 2020.

Terraria Set To Receive Latest Major Update

Few games have captured the creative and adventurous hearts of gamers like the crafting and combat heavy Terraria. The title has managed to keep its longevity over the years with a steady stream of updates ever since its initial PC release back in 2011. However, it appears the newest update, “Journey’s End,” will possibly be one of the final (development) chapters in the long running saga that is Terraria.

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Building a productive society despite the COVID-19 Quarantine

Minecraft Launches Free Educational DLC for Cooped Up Kids

In these unprecedented times during the Corona virus outbreak that is plaguing the world, many of us are stuck in doors due to government mandated "stay at home" orders. While many schools are attempting to offer remote learning possibilities for children, not all have the access or attention the fully get engaged. Microsoft's Minecraft game is hoping to help a little bit by offering free educational content through the Minecraft marketplace.

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Well, it's about time

PlayStation 4 Version of Minecraft Now Supports Cross-Platform Play

Earlier this week, the PlayStation 4 version of the popular building-sim, Minecraft, finally got the Bedrock Update. That update made its way around all other versions of the game so that all of them could play together; the PS4 version of the game was the one notable exception. With that update, everybody can play Minecraft on all platforms where it's available and have their progress carry over.

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I suppose you could pass the controller to a friend?

PSA: D&D Enhanced Editions on Consoles are Single-Player Only

If you woke up this morning, remembered that Baldur's Gate: Enhanced EditionBaldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition, and Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition are all available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch now, and THEN thought, "oh boy! A chance to play those with friends!" we have some unfortunate but also vitally important news. The console versions of those games are single-player only.

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Get a Map To Help A Charity

Minecraft Package ‘The Traveling Trader’ Remains Free

The studio behind Minecraft, Mojang, made a $10,000 donation in March to the Charity: Water, an organization that helps spread the ability to access clean water to people who have difficulty getting it. In April, Mojang promised to give more so long as “The Traveling Trader” map and skin pack was downloaded 10,000 times across the PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android communities. Unsurprisingly this goal was ripped to shreds, as the map was downloaded over 10,000 times in 24 hours and has since passed 100,000 downloads. Thanks to this success, Mojang has donated another $90,000 to Charity: Water.

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New life for a solid twin-stick shooter

Assault Android Cactus Plus Now Available on Nintendo Switch

One of my all-time favorite twin-stick shooter, Assault Android Cactus, is now available on the Nintendo Switch with some improvements and a couple new features as Assault Android Cactus Plus. This re-release dropped last Friday and still supports four player couch co-op in every single mode, and also moves the "twin-stick" shooter genre into a new direction: single-stick.

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Assault Android Cactus, Death Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction

Endure the Summer Heat With Friends With July's Games With Gold

July... Of all the months in the calendar year, this one has the distinction of being my least favorite. Mainly due to the fact that the unbearable heat (which is my natural nemesis) makes life feel questionable. But, put that aside, and I guess it's ok. If your idea of a perfect July is being indoors with air conditioning and video games with friends, then good news! July's Games with Gold includes three co-op titles: Assault Android CactusDeath Squared, and Splinter Cell Conviction (360, backwards compatible).

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