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Nintendo Switch Online’s Latest Addition Welcomes Pokémon Snap To Nintendo 64 Virtual Library

Over the past couple of months, Nintendo has continued layering on to its Nintendo Switch Online service. For its standard tier, the NES & SNES virtual libraries welcomed new additions this past May. In that, Congo’s Caper, Rival Turf!, and Pinball were added to the respected platforms at the time ...
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Stadia Pro July 2022 Includes Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach, Worms W.M.D., and More

Entertaining those over of Google’s Stadia Pro service, it is no secret that monthly subscribers are continuously eating good in regards to the updated list of games coming to the library. Rewinding back to this past April, we witnessed titles such as Deliver Us the Moon, World War Z: Aftermath, ...
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Xbox Game Pass For June 2022 Adds On Naraka Bladepoint, Far Cry 5, And More

With the turn of the clock, a new wave of games are inevitable to hit Xbox Game Pass. So far for June this year, Microsoft has already shared the likes of Assassin’s Creed Origins, For Honor, and Chorus to be added to the subscription service. Of course, that is only ...
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Xbox Games with Gold titles announced for July 2022

Xbox Games with Gold keeps on rolling with free games for Xbox Live Gold & Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members and today Microsoft shared the free games for July! This time there are two from Xbox 360 and the others on Xbox Series XlS. Here they are below: Beasts of ...
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Portal 1 & 2 are now available to play on the Nintendo Switch

Portal 1 & 2 are now available to play on the Nintendo Switch through the Portal: Companion Collection. Nintendo & Valve announced during the Mini Direct that the classic first-person puzzle games are now available to purchase and play. The Portal: Companion Collection is $19.99 USD on the Nintendo eShop ...
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Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4 & PC

Capcom has announced Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection today during the Nintendo Mini Direct that showcased third party titles coming to the consoles. This collection comes with 10 classic Mega Man titles featuring Lan Hikari and MegaMan.EXE. Here are the ten games: Mega Man™ Battle Network Mega Man™ Battle ...
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ATLUS is bringing Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden & Persona 3 Portable to the Nintendo Switch

Today during the Nintendo Mini Direct, Atlus showed up at the end announcing that Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable are coming to the Nintendo Switch. This was expected as there have been several rumors once this was announced for Xbox Series XlS in early June.  ...
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Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is launching October 20

It looks like another leak regarding Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope has surfaced and this time it’s the release date. According to the store page on Ubisoft’s store, Sparks of Hope will be launching on the Nintendo Switch this October 20th. This comes from Nibellion from Twitter who posted ...
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Nintendo Announces A Mini Direct That Will Showcase Third-Party Titles

It looks like the rumors were true! This morning Nintendo has officially announced a Nintendo Direct Mini that will be showcasing third-party games for roughly 25 minutes long. This Direct will take place at 6 AM PT / 9 AM ET on Tuesday, June 28. It was rumored during the ...
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Fall Guys hit 20 million players in 48 hours after going free to play

Fall Guys became free to play on June 21st including a launch on Nintendo Switch & Xbox. Within the first 48 hours of this all happening, Fall Guys hit 20 million players. This news comes from the official Fall Guys Twitter account. MASSIVE THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE STUMBLED ...
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Smash.gg is rebranding to Start.gg on May 16

Smash.gg, which has been without a doubt the best online tournament platform for esports competition is getting rebranded. Today, Microsoft announced that Smash.gg will now be called Start.gg with a brand new look to the logo and with features debuting on May 16, 2022. In case you missed the news ...
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3 Very Important eSports Growth News and Trends For 2022

The eSports industry, also known as the competitive video gaming industry, has been hitting all the right marks ever since making its presence felt in mainstream entertainment markets a decade ago. While before, the thought of competitive video gaming as a new sports entertainment discipline was something not thought off ...
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Announcing The Brawlhalla Summer Meltdown Tournament

We are back with more action coming to the Rectify Gaming Arena! Announcing the Brawlhalla 1v1 Summer Meltdown Tournament featuring a $350 prize pool and this tournament is open for everyone! This is our third tournament for Brawlhalla and we are excited for the action that will be happening! The ...
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Rectify Gaming, Inc. announces partnership with gaming supplement brand Advanced

Rectify Gaming, Inc. has officially entered into a one-year partnership with Advanced, a gaming supplement company whose products focus on esports professionals, everyday gamers and individuals who find themselves in front of screens for prolonged periods of time. The partnership will focus on creating esports tournaments hosted by Rectify Gaming ...
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Brawlhalla Esports Year Six Will Feature A $1,000,000 Prize Pool

Brawlhalla Esports has been growing over the last few years and in 2021, Blue Mammoth Games is elevating the esport again. Brawlhalla Esports Year Six will feature a total prize pool of $1,000,000. During the year you will see less events as opposed to 2020 where you saw often saw ...
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Announcing Rectify.GG, A Brand New Website Dedicated To Rectify Esports

Since 2013 Rectify Gaming has grown immensely going through all the growing pains and finding lights at the end of each obstacle that has hit us. In 2017 we began a journey with Esports and we didn’t know where it would take us, but it has sure been a surprise ...
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// Product Reviews

Review: Vertagear SL5000 Gaming Chair

I’m sure we have all heard the meme making the rounds among Twitch streamers – “Oh, they have a better gaming chair” – when losing a clutch time 1v1 or getting sniped halfway across Verdansk. Now you can be the one with the better gaming chair with the Vertagear SL5000! ...
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Review: LS15X Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset

Price Of Reviewed Product $100.00 Over the past month I have been gaming with the LS15X Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset for this review. I tested several different genres of games with the headset to see where it shines but also to test and see where it falters. Of course for ...
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Review: PowerA Spectra Controller (Nintendo Switch)

Price Of Reviewed Product $34.99 This review is for the Power A Spectra Controller for the Nintendo Switch. This wired controller features 8-Color LEDS, 2 Extra Mappable Buttons, and anti-friction rings for smoother joystick motion, and headset input. Included in the package is a 10-foot braided MicroUSB cable that is ...
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Review: nerdytec Couchmaster Cycon²

8.5/10 Summary The best lapboard in the market to date, converting your couch into a digital workstation or suped-up gaming station has never been so comfy.  As time has passed, everyone has decided how they enjoy playing their favorite games. Most of my friends have some variation of desk setup ...
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Review: Glorious Model O & The GMMK Keyboard

Price Of Reviewed Products - GMMK Keyboard - $109.95 Model O - $59.99 What Glorious has done with these two products is impressive. During the Model O testing I was able to compare it to the Corsair M65 pro and the Lexip Pu94. I had the Corsair K65 membrane keyboard ...
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Review: MAINGEAR FORMA GT Gaming Chair

Price Of Reviewed Product $349 When I was a kid, I used to sit in front of our family computer on a folding chair you would generally find paired with a cheap card table. Of course, I was nine, and what I was sitting on was far less important than ...
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// Media Events

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge launches June 16, available day one on Xbox Game Pass

The Summer Game Fest presentation with Geoff Keighley has been full of some surprises including the release date for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge. The game will be releasing on June 16, 2022 with it being available on Xbox Game Pass day one. A couple months ago already we ...
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PAX East 2022: Arcade Paradise takes you back to the early 90’s

At PAX East, Wired Productions had one of the more eye catching booths with a variety of game developed by passionate game developers. One game that caught my eye right away was Arcade Paradise developed by Nosebleed Interactive because it immediately took me back to Game Room which used to ...
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PAX East 2022: No Place For Bravery Takes The Titling Literally With Its Dark Souls-like Combat

Developer Glitch Factory for the years since its founding has tackled different genres in its time and now meets itself working on yet another aspect not familiarized with its previous work. This time, the game studio brings us No Place for Bravery. The title acts as a top-down Dark Souls-like ...
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PAX East 2022: Fixture Gaming brings a unique twist to Nintendo Switch handheld gaming

PAX East was full of talented individuals who were showing off their brand new games, products you name it. One of the more surprising booths has to go to Fixture Gaming who have a product that can potentially revolutionize the way you play the Nintendo Switch on the go. Have ...
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PAX EAST 2022: Dead Fury Aims For An AAA Project From A Smaller Team

When big budget games release annually or even quarterly at the state the video game industry is in, sometimes many of use do not truly realize the amount of resources put into what the respected game delivers. Even for smaller teams, these studios aim to offer an authentic experience parallel ...
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PAX East 2022: Kool2Play’s Uragun Emphasizes On Tight Controls & Addictive Gameplay

Upon the established lineage of top-down shooters – especially now as the genre has even flourished into dozens of subgenres that deliver impactful experiences and engaging gameplay – developer Kool2Play brings the same attention to detail in reinvigorating the core genre, but also keeping the gameplay fresh and diverse. The ...
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// Editorial

Respecting the golden rules of character action: Solstice Preview

Summary If the quality of the two missions I sampled can hold for the long haul, Soulstice will be one of the best character action debuts in quite some time. Developer – Reply Game Studios Publisher – Modus Games Platforms – Xbox Series, PS5, PC. Release Date – September 20, ...
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Top 3 Games for Sports Lovers

Gaming is a wonderful pastime. Players who are looking for something simple will enjoy slots at Bizzo Casino or browser games. But what if you are looking for something more versatile? Then these sports games are a fantastic choice. Fancy Skiing VR In Fancy Skiing VR, you ski down a ...
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CD Projekt Red taking over The Witcher 3’s current-gen update and delays it indefinitely

If you have been waiting forever to play The Witcher 3 in its best form on Xbox Series X|S or on PS5, you just gotta wait a little longer….again. The company responsible to bring CD Projekt Red’s game to current-gen was Saber Interactive, most known for helping studios port their ...
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Top 7 Worlds That Need to Be in Kingdom Hearts 4

As soon as I saw that Square Enix announced Kingdom Hearts 4 this past weekend, I started thinking about all of the worlds I wanted the game to include. I did the same thing back in June of 2015 for Kingdom Hearts 3. Some of them, such as Big Hero ...
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Microsoft set to hold its gaming event in June amid of E3’s in-person cancellation

For the third-year in a row, E3 is not holding the usual event in June and is instead planning on revamping it for 2023. Sony, EA, Activision Blizzard, and more have completely ditched E3 in the past years to host their own, and Microsoft is doing the same in 2022, ...
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How The Football Game Landscape Is Changing Rapidly

For as long as there have been video games, there have been football video games. The earliest Atari systems used a rudimentary football pitch for a bat and ball style game, and ever since, developers have sought to cash in on the popularity of the sport. On 8-bit machines, titles ...
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// Entertainment

CD Projekt Red taking over The Witcher 3’s current-gen update and delays it indefinitely

If you have been waiting forever to play The Witcher 3 in its best form on Xbox Series X|S or on PS5, you just gotta wait a little longer….again. The company responsible to bring CD Projekt Red’s game to current-gen was Saber Interactive, most known for helping studios port their games to Nintendo Switch and ...
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Uncharted with Wahlberg and Holland

Review: Uncharted Movie

Review: Uncharted Movie 6/10 Summary Uncharted is not a bad movie, but it’s not a great one either. While it’s respectable for the video-game movie genre, it still has ways to go to make an impact. I’ve never played Uncharted, so this will be a “secular” review of the movie from the popular PlayStation series ...
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Halo TV Series Will Now Be On Paramount+

The Halo TV Series has gone through a lot since its initial reveal during the Xbox One tent reveal in May of 2013. Today, the latest bit of news for the television series confirms that the show will now be moving from being a Showtime series to being available on Paramount+. Produced by Showtime in ...
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An Age of Calamity Is Upon Us

Legend of Zelda fans have been awaiting news on the Breath of the Wild sequel teased at E3 2019. So far nothing else has been provided regarding the game. But not to fret, another Zelda game is coming. Nintendo uploaded a trailer for a new Legend of Zelda game: Set during the Age of Calamity ...
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Sonic

Sonic The Hedgehog (2020) Movie Review

Video game-to-movie adaptations have a terrible track record, from Super Mario Bros. to Double Dragon to Street Fighter: The Movie to Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (the original Mortal Kombat was actually good) to Uwe Boll’s legendary flops. The problem with most of these movies is that they’ve taken too many creative liberties and making them into ...
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GET RECT Ep. 12: Comedy Soccerball

The GET RECT Podcast is back! This time on GET RECT we welcome Jan “SpelledJan” to the show for some serious debate about serious comedy, spherical soccerballs and superlative sidekicks. Everything but Gary awaits you within the vault of this episode of GET RECT. iTunes Stitcher Check out the podcast crew and learn more about ...
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