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The Last of Us Part 2 bags Game of the Year crown, Among Us in mobile

The Last of Us Part 2 bags Game of the Year crown, Among Us in mobile

Games have become almost critical this year with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many to survive indoors. That almost makes this year's The Game Awards even more poignant and important for the gaming industry. It is also the first time the awards show was done virtually, making this year's event even more surreal. And as if emotions aren't already riding high, this year's Game of the Year winner will most likely split camps just as much as the game itself did.

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Cyberpunk 2077 on base PS4 / Xbox One is basically unplayable

Cyberpunk 2077 on base PS4 / Xbox One is basically unplayable

If you're going to buy and play Cyberpunk 2077 on a gaming console, you might want to wait. Early gameplay videos and screenshots of the game on base Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles show the title functioning... but barely playable. If you're looking at the game on an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S or a PlayStation 5, things seem a bit better.

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Play Cyberpunk 2077 early with a simple Xbox switch

Play Cyberpunk 2077 early with a simple Xbox switch

If you're so extremely excited to play Cyberpunk 2077 that you absolutely cannot wait for midnight, you might be in luck. Supposing you're using an Xbox One, Xbox One X, Xbox One S, Xbox Series X, or Xbox Series S, you could play the game right this minute. You'll need to change your console's time zone - a relatively simple process if you know where to look.

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Cyberpunk 2077 will have a day one patch

Cyberpunk 2077 will have a day one patch

Few things can be more annoying for gamers when they buy a new videogame than a massive day one patch you have to download and install before playing the game. Developers behind Cyberpunk 2077 have announced that there will be a day one patch with bug fixes. It's become extremely common for developers to launch video games that are riddled with bugs.

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You can download Cyberpunk 2077 now – here’s when play time starts

You can download Cyberpunk 2077 now – here’s when play time starts

If you're looking to download Cyberpunk 2077 as soon as possible, now's the time. Just so long as you're aiming to download the game before the game launches, and you're attempting to download the game for your PC via GOG, Steam, or the Epic Store. If you're on an Xbox, you'll also be able to download the pre-load of the game right now - but PlayStation users will need to wait a bit.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Review Roundup

Cyberpunk 2077 Review Roundup

The game Cyberpunk 2077 seems to be a win. Reviews released thus far suggest the game is a masterpiece, well worth the $60 (or so) you'll pay for it. On PlayStation 4 (or 5) and Xbox One (or Xbox Series X), and Google Stadia, the game appears to be as playable as it is on your high-end gaming PC. The game might not be perfect - but it would appear that the biggest complaint anyone's really had so far is about how the game's plot doesn't go on without end.

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Cuphead: Delicious Last Course DLC delayed, but for a good reason

Cuphead: Delicious Last Course DLC delayed, but for a good reason

Hit retro-animated game Cuphead has been on the market for three years now and is as popular as ever, retaining a solid 10/10 score on Steam and high reviews from players. The company behind the game -- Studio MDHR -- plans to give players additional gameplay and a conclusion to the storyline with a DLC called 'The Delicious Last Course,' but it has been delayed without a clear release date in sight.

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Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailer doesn’t forget your old console

Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailer doesn’t forget your old console

Today the official Cyberpunk 2077 YouTube channel released a gameplay trailer that includes two consoles. One console was the Sony PlayStation 5, of course, the other was... PlayStation 4 Pro. The game will run on other platforms, but the important point here is the game makers' willingness to show how well the game performs, not only on the newest platform, but on the platform you (more than likely) already have sitting near your television at home.

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Minecraft Dungeons update – Cross-platform play live!

Minecraft Dungeons update – Cross-platform play live!

As of this week, Minecraft Dungeons adds cross-platform play. This means that users can play together between Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, Xbox, and PlayStation. If you've got a character on your PC, you can drop in to a dungeon and blast your enemies right alongside your friend on Nintendo Switch. This will not affect cloud saves - but that's coming soon too.

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Apple TV PlayStation app now available ahead of PS5 launch

Apple TV PlayStation app now available ahead of PS5 launch

It's a big week for gaming, particularly for those on the console side of the fence. The Xbox Series X just launched and the PlayStation 5 will soon be shipping to gamers, at least in some countries. When they do, however, new owners will immediately be able to get access to Apple's video app thanks to the promised Apple TV app that is now available from the PlayStation Store. Even better, those with a PS4 won't even have to wait since they can grab the app now as well.

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Sony PS5 stock will be a nightmare – no in-store sales by design

Sony PS5 stock will be a nightmare – no in-store sales by design

Sony made it clear that they would not be allowing in-store sales (physical store sales) for the PS5 on launch day. Now that Walmart announced that they'll have stock - and Target too - things are getting complicated. If you're looking for a PlayStation 5, what should you do?

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Spider-Man on PS4 will let you export saves to PS5 remaster

Spider-Man on PS4 will let you export saves to PS5 remaster

It's really no secret and, to some extent, understandable that game developers and publishers want to sell as many copies of a game as they could. That goes double if a company has its hands inside both the game as well as the console the game would run on. This situation is what has pretty much made Spider-Man's PS4 and PS5 titles a bit of a mess. Sony seems to finally be willing to through gamers a bone by letting them at least transfer their PS4 Spider-Man saved game to the remastered version on the PS5.

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