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PlayStation Play at Home serves up game freebies led by Horizon Zero Dawn

PlayStation Play at Home serves up game freebies led by Horizon Zero Dawn

Sony revived its PlayStation Play at Home promotion this month by giving away free copies of Ratchet & Clank for PS4 (which is still available if you haven't yet claimed it), and now the company is detailing what's next for Play at Home. When Sony announced its return back in February, it confirmed that it would have more freebies to give away to PlayStation gamers, but few of us probably imagined it would be giving away as many games as it announced today.

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We’re getting a new Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance game after nearly 20 years

We’re getting a new Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance game after nearly 20 years

The early-to-mid 2000s were an interesting time for the world of gaming. With systems like the GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 further closing the gap between consoles and PC in terms of 3D rendering capabilities, we saw several PC game series make the jump to console. Baldur's Gate was one such series, although the console games that carried the name looked a lot different from the computer RPGs we saw around the turn of the century.

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The end is near for PS4 Communities

The end is near for PS4 Communities

Now that the PlayStation 5 is out, most of us expect Sony to gradually move its focus away from the PlayStation 4. Sony has already done a few things to that effect, and now it has announced that it will soon be sunsetting the PlayStation 4's Communities feature. Those who are avid Communities users might want to savor the time they have left, because Sony has confirmed that it will be shutting the feature down next month.

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Apex Legends serves up Chaos Theory event, no-fill queue alongside Switch launch

Apex Legends serves up Chaos Theory event, no-fill queue alongside Switch launch

Apex Legends has a big week ahead of it. Not only will it be launching on Nintendo Switch on March 9th, but that's also the date that the Chaos Theory Collection Event begins. In fact, the Switch launch and the Chaos Theory event are just two parts of what's looking like a rather massive update that introduces a new game mode called Escalation Takeovers, a no-fill matchmaking mode, and a number of changes to the game.

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Epic Games buys up Mediatonic: What does this mean for Fall Guys?

Epic Games buys up Mediatonic: What does this mean for Fall Guys?

Mediatonic is a developer that rose to meteoric fame last year with the release of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, and today we're learning that the studio will be joining Epic Games. Epic has entered an agreement to purchase Mediatonic, though we're not sure how much the deal is worth. We've been seeing Epic make similar moves with other high-profile indie developers, such as Rocket League developer Psyonix.

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ALIENS: Fireteam takes place after Alien 3, before Resurrection… but how?

ALIENS: Fireteam takes place after Alien 3, before Resurrection… but how?

Before you view this trailer, keep an open mind and check the "alpha" tag below. This game is still relatively early in development, and will almost certainly look better by the time it's ready for release. That said, it's odd that it's set for "Summer 2021" but the gameplay trailer release today is still "alpha" in nature. Have you ever experienced such a combination of elements before?

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PlayStation Store loses movies and TV shows later this year

PlayStation Store loses movies and TV shows later this year

Sony revealed today that some big changes are coming to the PlayStation Store later this year. Nothing will change about how you buy games through the PlayStation Store, but this summer, you'll lose the option to purchase movies and TV shows through it. That goes for rentals too, so it seems that Sony is making a clean break from movies and TV shows altogether.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake leads a huge March for PlayStation Plus

Final Fantasy VII Remake leads a huge March for PlayStation Plus

Yesterday, Sony revealed that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be getting an upgrade on PS5 later this year. That comes as little surprise - Final Fantasy VII Remake was one of the biggest PS4 games in 2020, and considering that the remake isn't even complete yet, we'll certainly see its follow up on the PlayStation 5. Following yesterday's announcement is the reveal that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be the headliner game in what appears to be a very strong March for PlayStation Plus.

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Hot Wheels Unleashed drops die-cast cars and orange tracks on consoles and PC this year

Hot Wheels Unleashed drops die-cast cars and orange tracks on consoles and PC this year

Today Mattel and Milestone announced a new Hot Wheels game dubbed Hot Wheels Unleashed. As the name suggests, this arcade racer will give players the reins to a number of the die-cast cars Mattel has released through the years, even giving them the chance to build their own courses using Hot Wheels' bendy orange tracks that seemed to be everywhere in the '90s.

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Call of Duty updates might not fit on a 500GB PS4

Call of Duty updates might not fit on a 500GB PS4

If you're planning on keeping two Call of Duty games on one PlayStation 4, you might need to buy a new external harddrive. The latest update to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone will be massive. Season Two file sizes are huge, gigantic, and so undeniably massive that you'll want to get a bag of popcorn ready before you start reading this list.

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Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.2 hit with delay following CD Projekt Red cyber attack

Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.2 hit with delay following CD Projekt Red cyber attack

CD Projekt Red today announced a delay for Cyberpunk 2077's big February update. This delay is a side effect from the company's security breach earlier this month, in which hackers made off with a number of internal documents (including the source code for various CD Projekt games) and threatened to release them if a ransom wasn't paid.

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Star Wars Republic Commando returns: Switch, PS4, PS5, complete with Boba Fett

Star Wars Republic Commando returns: Switch, PS4, PS5, complete with Boba Fett

The classic tactical first-person shooter Star Wars: Republic Commando was just announced for re-release on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The complete remastered edition of this game will be delivered with updated controls and a whole new angle for the masses. This game was given a remaster by the folks at Aspyr, the same people that brought Star Wars Racer (podracing) back from the past here to the future!

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