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The making of Devotion, China's least favourite horror game

Red Candle’s Devotion is one of the finest horror games of the past decade, and if you haven’t played it already, it’s possible you never will. Following its release this spring, the game was found to contain an unflattering reference to China’s president, Xi Jinping. The discovery sparked an outcry …

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Borderlands 3 is suffering from a raft of technical issues at launch

And players are turning to the Borderlands 2 Steam page for help. Borderlands 3 came out this week, and players are reporting a raft of technical issues with the game. On console, Gearbox’s looter shooter suffers from framerate problems. Specifically, players are reporting a stutter in the PlayStation 4 Pro’s performance …

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A tale of revenge and murder in Rust

We often publish uplifting articles on here about the positive impact of games. Whether that be a Skyrim-playing grandma immortalised in the next Elder Scrolls game, or a memorial to a modder’s dog – games have an incredible power to heal and soothe. This story’s about vengeance. Specifically, it’s about …

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Gears 5 review – a great campaign marred by painful progression

Gears 5 has a great campaign I’m happy to root for. On the competitive multiplayer front, though, it’s a mixed bag. Gears 5 stalwarts Horde and Versus return like battleworn COGs from yet another fight against the relentless Locust menace, but annoyances mar the party. Escape mode offers something new, …

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