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Any time an alien commander spots you in XCOM 2, it yells some garbled junk in its stupid alien language and deploys troops in your direction. So, what is it really saying?
Even if you’ve spent hundreds of hours within Fallout 4, chances are pretty slim that you’ll see everything within the game. There are hundreds of smaller locales hiding within the Commonwealth, all of which aren’t actually marked on your Pip-Boy’s map.
IS Defense, a turret game in which players fight a rapidly expanding ISIS in 2020, is from Destructive Creations, the developers behind the controversial overhead shooter Hatred. The developers are calling this a “side project” that is their “personal veto against what is happening in the Middle East nowadays.”
The first time I read All-Star Squadron #20, somewhere in my pre-teens, it blew me away. There it was, the answer to the question I didn’t even know I had: how come superheroes don’t just fix everything?
When Furby hit store shelves in November 1998, it was an instant hit. Kids loved it. Parents loved it. People paid three times the Furby’s retail value just to get one for the holidays, and within three years, Furby had sold 40 million units. Now, nearly two decades later, it’s the seedy world of Furby hackers and…
The Division is getting another beta this month, Ubisoft announced today. This time, it’ll be open to everyone. It’ll be live from February 19-21 on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. (Like last time, Xbox players can start 24 hours early, on February 18.)
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Do you see this? This is what madness looks like. Thank you, The Witness, for driving me truly insane.
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Which company does a creator like Scott Cawthon turn to for toys based on a property with powerful mass appeal but tons of creepy evil? Five Nights at Freddy’s had McFarlane Toys written all over it, and so will the boxes of the upcoming construction sets.
An XCOM soldier missing a nearby target? No way!
Metal Gear Online’s getting a new DLC update this March. First mentioned here, the upcoming Cloaked in Silence add-on will add Quiet as a playable character and three maps to the game’s multiplayer component while a separate free update introduces a competitive mission called Sabotage. Pricing details are below.
A custom-built Thomas the Tank Engine toy that can “walk” on walls or ceilings and its eyes glow in the dark? Just perfect to give us nightmares.