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Jacob Chambers

Old-school gamer with a cheeky tongue that gets me in trouble. When I'm not playing games, I'm writing about them, preferably in the vicinity of a fridge! Oh, and if you're a Justin Bieber fan, I'm afraid we can't be friends!

Season 3 of Fall Guys features Bikini Bottom thanks to a SpongeBob SquarePants collaboration

The nautically themed Sunken Secrets, Fall Guys’ most recent seasonal update, recently began. It includes several new stages as well as a ton of new cosmetic items, including mermaid costumes, sailor hats, and lobster claws. But Fall Guys wouldn’t be Fall Guys without a crossover, and this one is a big one. Yes, SpongeBob SquarePants and a few of his ...

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According to reports, GPU shipments dropped by the “largest amount since the 2009 recession” last quarter

According to a recent report, shipments of PC-based graphics processing units (GPU) decreased 25% year over year in the most recent quarter. According to the Jon Peddie Research research, which was observed by Tom’s Hardware, 75.5 million GPUs were sold in Q3 2022, and it is anticipated that between 2022 and 2026, the GPU install base will increase by 2.8%. ...

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This week’s top 10 physical game sales in Japan comprised 96% of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet

With 96% of the top 10 titles sold, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet absolutely dominated the Japanese physical software sales charts this week. Famitsu reports that the game outperformed Splatoon 3, which came in at number two on the chart, selling 2,537,292 physical copies between its November 18 release and the ranking’s November 20 cut-off date. Pokemon Scarlet and Violet accounted ...

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Limited-Time Expeditions From No Man’s Sky Will Be Available From 2022 Instead of Tomorrow

The ‘impossible port’ was made manifest last month when No Man’s Sky took off on Switch. Now, as we’ve come to anticipate from Hello Games, additional content will be heading our way soon, this time in the form of the year’s limited-time expeditions making a comeback. Since the beginning of No Man’s Sky in 2021, expeditions have been a mainstay. ...

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Sony is concerned that Call of Duty will make PS Plus’s loss to Xbox Game Pass even worse

We’re starting to see both giants of the industry, Sony and Microsoft, openly admit their flaws as they continue to play the victim in an effort to sway authorities about the latter’s absurd acquisition of Activision Blizzard for close to $70 billion. Earlier today, the Redmond company essentially acknowledged that PlayStation’s first-party exclusives are superior to its own. In response, ...

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The Outbound Ghost, a creepy tribute to Paper Mario, will be released in December

We started to worry that the adorable-looking RPG The Outbound Ghost wouldn’t make it to the Switch in 2022 when its physical release was delayed from the previously scheduled date of November 25. Fortunately, a statement from the game’s publisher Digerati and developer Conradical Games has lifted our spirits. The statement said that the game will first be available digitally ...

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Deus Ex Go is one of four mobile games from Square Enix Montreal that are being discontinued

It has been announced that four games created by the studio formerly known as Square Enix Montreal will be discontinued in January. The creator, which changed its name last month to Studio Onoma before deciding to shut down, announced on Twitter that the following four mobile games will be ending: Arena Battle Champions Deus Ex Go Hitman Sniper: The Shadows ...

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The season pass for The Callisto Protocol features fresh player demise animations

It has been announced that the season pass for The Callisto Protocol will have additional death animations for the game’s protagonist Jacob and the adversaries he encounters. The season pass’s features and details have recently been posted to the game’s Steam page. It includes additional death animations in addition to the standard season pass stuff, like new plot DLC, regions, ...

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