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The man from Take-Two has some interesting thoughts to share on the state of the industry.
We've got our fingers crossed for a Zelda TV series.
You should look no further if you're itching for some '90s nostalgia.
This nautical adventure will be hitting shores soon.
Whether you're in the UK or elsewhere in Europe, here is everything you need to know about getting your hands on Xbox Series S or X.
It will, however, be compatible with 99% of PS4 games.
The new territories include Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Portugal
This seamless feature will become a real game-changer.
It lands precisely a month before the title's launch on the PS4 and Xbox One.
It looks like the PS4 isn't about to entire retirement just yet.
This, we imagine, will do wonders for the smaller 512GB hard drive.
Chief Executive Jim Ryan confirms that Sony will not be looking to copy Microsoft's subscription service strategy.
PlayStation fans better get saving as software pricing will see an upturn on the new platform.
It turns out PS4 owners aren't going to be left out when it comes to these upcoming exclusives.
This is one chonky machine.
Boxmania continues with a look at the new PS5 packaging.
The title will be web-slinging its way onto Sony's current-gen platform.
It's an unexpected release considering the title launched on all other major platforms and seemingly forgot about the Xbox two years ago.
Origins enters retirement after EA shifts its strategy and makes its games more accessible.
It seems the update does a little bit more than just general stability improvements.
A wide variety of settings means that the London-based hacking adventure should be playable on a wide range of machines.
The studio's swanky new pad even has a giant vault in its meeting room. What secrets could be lurking inside?
Sadly, there are no Arby's in Europe, but we are sure that these collectibles will soon surface online.
Here's what to expect on store shelves when the console launches this November.
A series of job listings have spilled the beans and it doesn't appear to be an Avengers sequel.
Sega also confirmed that fans could look forward to new Sonic energy drinks, clothing, and Pop! vinyl figures.
Roughly 30 products are set to debut in China in February 2021 before being rolled out to other regions in October.
The rumour is a little vague, but it suggests that Microsoft is planning something pretty big.
The star expressed his enthusiasm for the project in an Instagram video post.
Turns out it was right before our very eyes!
Fans will have to wait a little bit longer to play this enchanting Zelda-inspired adventure.
The reimagined Sega classic debuted on the Nintendo Switch earlier this year.
That's an insane amount of Lego!
The main noticeable differences are the share button and the modification to the d-pad.
Elrond is out: "I think everyone had more than enough of it."
Scare your eardrums with a first listen to the upcoming horror game's spooky soundtrack.
This is made simple through a dedicated share button on the new controller.
Here's how much additional space you'll need to make underneath your TV this November.
The collectible item, we suspect, will fly off shelves when it launches November 13.
The fourth and final DLC for Borderlands 3 is now upon us.
The space flight sim looks to be on track for its planned October 2 release date.
Thanks to a French retailer, we've been given a look at the nifty-looking box that will house Microsoft's fridge-like console.
The title will also be featured in the Xbox Game Pass.
The Xbox Series S may be saving consumers money but it doesn't appear to be the same for Microsoft.
It's not just Xbox owners that will be blessed with more than 60 EA titles to delve deep into.
Games Pass is set to expand with over 60 EA titles, bringing even more value to the Xbox subscription service.
The title is a full HD remake that blends together content from The Onechanbara and The Onechanbara 2.
Could Nintendo be gearing up to compete with the PS5 and Xbox Series?
Director of Technology, Jörg Neumann, has set our expectations sky-high for the console version.
Could this be Just Cause 5?