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Two by two, hands of... well, not really blue. Hands of guns and swords?

Darksiders: Genesis Stream Recap and Impressions

The Darksiders franchise got a new entry last week on the PC (console version is coming February 2020) with Darksiders: Genesis, an isometric, twin-stick shooter-ish, action/adventure game. While the gameplay has changed a bit from the previous third-person action titles, there's a lot that's familiar and the new format works. Best of all, you can play with a buddy online or on the couch!

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So, a virus wiped out most of the population and lead to a society in crumbles? Well... uhh... ho ho ho?

New Division 2 Update Makes Post-Apocalyptic D.C. A Little Cheerier

The newest title update (6.1) arrives today for Tom Clancy's The Division 2, and in addition to the usual bug fixes and tweaks, the former hub of our nation's government will be getting some festive makeover. The "Situation: Snowball" event kicks off today and will run for the next few weeks. If you login anytime during the event, you'll receive a "Holiday Supplies Care Package" that includes three Standard Apparel Keys, three pieces of equipment, and (yep) a Santa hat.

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Including “The Biggest Wave Of Free Content In CoD History”

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare’s First Season Is Upon Us

With the release of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare being oh so long ago now, it seems due time for a pile of content - and oh what a pile of content it is. The first season of free content kicked off this week with a seasonal Battle Pass (which includes a free and premium track), four new multiplayer maps, two new weapons (RAM-7 assault rifle and Holger-26 LMG), a new multiplayer mode (Reinforce), two classic Special Ops experiences, and one new Special Ops experience.

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Limited time offer, no purchase necessary (for your friend), offer void on Mars

Invite A Friend to Play Man of Medan With You For Free

Back in August, Supermassive Games and Bandai Namco released the first entry in their interactive survival/horror Dark Pictures Anthology series, Man of Medan. The title allows you and some friends (either locally or online) to assume the role of different characters as they set out on a three-hour tour, only for things to go very wrong. Now, for a limited time, if you've bought the game (or plan on buying it), but don't have any local friends with whom you can play it, you can use a free "Friend's Pass" to invite a friend to join you for a complete playthrough online.

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Waiting With Baited Breath

Stardew Valley Multiplayer Live Across All Consoles

Stardew Valley has finally resolved the issues prolonging the multiplayer from reaching Xbox One, meaning, as sole-developer Eric Barone wrote, “The most recent big news is that XBOX and PS4 now both have the 1.3 multiplayer update, bringing all platforms (except VITA) into parity with one another.” Further, Barone announced his plans to continue development in what he calls additional “polish” such as removing odd bugs, fully fleshing out features, and making sure the game runs as intended across all consoles.

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If your initial reaction to that headline was "I thought it already was?"... yeah...

Battleborn Will Finally Sunset In 2021

While Gearbox might be riding high right now with Borderlands 3, it wasn't that long ago that they attempted a whole new IP that didn't fare well. Development and updates for Battleborn officially ended two years ago and, honestly, I thought that the game was done around that same time. Apparently it's still been kicking around, but publisher 2K is now calling it quits and pulling the servers down... in another two years.

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Remember when Borderlands had a good villain?

First DLC for Borderlands 3 Arrives December 19

A couple days ago, Gearbox revealed the first DLC for Borderlands 3. Titled "Moxxi's Heist of The Handsome Jackpot," players will be recruited by Moxxi to break into an abandoned casino that was built by Handsome Jack back when he was 1) alive, and 2) President of the Hyperion corporation. Your goal is to break into the core of the casino and take over (anyone want to bet that it'll be turned into a Moxxi-themed casino when you do?)

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Takes time to work out all the kinks in an MMO

Torchlight Frontiers Delayed to 2020

We're quickly approaching the end of 2019, and in case you forgot (I know I did), Echtra Games' Torchlight Frontiers was slated for a 2019 release date. Yeah, that's not happening. At this past weekend's ExileCon, Steven Messner from PC Gamer had a chance to talk with Max Schaefer, the studio's founder and the co-creator of Torchlight and Diablo. In the course of that conversation, Max stated that the game "wouldn't be releasing in the 2019 time frame that was indicated two and a half years ago."

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