Author: Gamespot

GameSpot is a video gaming website that provides news, reviews, previews, downloads, and other information on video games. The site was launched on May 1, 1996, created by Pete Deemer, Vince Broady and Jon Epstein. It was purchased by ZDNet, a brand which was later purchased by CNET Networks.

Ubisoft’s long-in-development pirate game Skull And Bones is getting closer to launch, and now it’s been rated for release in multiple territories, suggesting that the game will soon see the light of day.South Korea’s Game Rating and Administration Committee has posted a rating for Skull And Bones, as discovered by @the_marmolade on Twitter (via VGC). The rating doesn’t reveal anything new about Skull & Bones, but it does pave the way for the game to be released. The ESRB database now shows a rating for Skull And Bones as well, along with a description about its M-for-Mature rating.Skull And Bones…

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When Spec Ops: The Line was released in 2012, military shooters were still at the height of their power. Just shy of five years on from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, to make a military shooter during this Imperial Phase was typically presented as an objective search for authenticity draped in the flag of solemn respect for the troops, a dual approach designed to avoid uncomfortable questions around the genre’s obeisance to and glorification of the military-industrial complex.In stark contrast to its contemporaries, Spec Ops refused to shirk uncomfortable questions. It takes for granted that it’s a bit f***ed up…

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Lego Brawls looks like it belongs among the resurgence of side-scrolling, cartoonish fighting games that have recently cropped up to join the ranks of Nintendo’s beloved Super Smash Bros. series. But expecting it to be much of a fighting game, with all the complexity that entails, would be a mistake. Lego Brawls is more accurately described as the items side of a Smash Bros. fight–a whole lot of unpredictable, intense chaos, with a fairly low skill ceiling and a high degree of approachability.We played a few rounds of Lego Brawls at Summer Game Fest, including both its single-player and couch…

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Programming has quickly become one of the most sought-after skills in today’s professional marketplace. If you’re looking to break into this sector without breaking your bank, consider checking out the All-in-One Learn to Code Certification Bundle, which offers nearly 2,000 lessons for just $45.The amount of content included in the Learn to Code Bundle is staggering, with 15 courses, 236 hours of instruction, and an eye-watering 1,933 unique lessons. A variety of topics are covered, including in-demand subjects such as Python and SQL. All courses are aimed at beginners, making this an affordable way to dip your toes in the…

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GameStop’s Pro Days sale has officially begun, with hundreds of games, collectibles, accessories, and more getting some of the biggest price cuts of the year. The sale only runs through tomorrow, June 25, so you’ll have to make your picks quickly. It’s possible that some of the best deals will sell out before the sale officially ends, too. Also, if you’re looking for a PS5, select GameStop stores have PS5 bundles in stock for Pro Days.Pro Days sales are exclusive to PowerUp Rewards Pro members. A Pro membership costs $15 per year, but comes with plenty of goodies, including close…

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You’ve come for another Wordle guide and that’s exactly what you’re going to get on this fine Thursday. The puzzle on June 23 is, luckily, not as difficult as yesterday’s Wordle, which managed to trip up thousands of people. Don’t let that happen to you today; use the right starting word, follow our guide, and you’ll continue your streak without breaking a sweat.For today’s Wordle, nothing too out-of-the-ordinary happened for me. I started off with a couple of words to get a few letters in the right places and then from there I plugged in two more words with those…

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Call of Duty Season 4: Mercenaries of Fortune is now live, introducing traditional round-based Zombies gameplay to Vanguard with the addition of the “enhanced” Shi No Numa map. This is a map originally introduced in Call of Duty: World at War way back in 2008, and whether you’re an OG Zombies fan or just new to Vanguard, there are some features and changes you’ll want to know about before jumping into your first match on Shi No Numa.The round-based Zombies survival experience is mostly traditional for this version of Shi No Numa, but the map does include Vanguard-style perks, as…

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Blizzard has released a new trailer of and also further information about Junker Queen, Overwatch’s 2 recently revealed new hero. The character will finally be playable when Overwatch 2 enters its beta on June 28.”Junker Queen was built for Overwatch 2’s 5v5 playing field,” Blizzard said about the new character. “She has an unparalleled ability to claim space, and she is terrifying to deal with up close. She’s brawly, toeing the line of a berserker tank, and we were cognizant of that in this new tank paradigm. Tanks play more aggressively in Overwatch 2, and Junker Queen is certainly no…

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Once again a multi-media collaboration with Fortnite has leaked. This time, the leak claims multiple new Naruto characters will make an appearance in the Battle Royale soon.The leak comes from Twitter user Pepitochicken who shared a picture of a page reportedly from an issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. The page features images of Hinata, Gaara, Itachi, and Orichimaru from the popular franchise alongside the Fortnite logo and text announcing the collaboration. The image also includes the supposed start date of the crossover: June 24. The tweet has since been cross-posted on Reddit and across the internet. You need a javascript…

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At the end of June, Studio MDHR will no longer be haunted.That’s when the studio is finally releasing its Cuphead downloadable content expansion, Delicious Last Course. First announced in 2018, the DLC started as a series of ideas that didn’t make it into the original game; things like homages to games and classic cartoons, or inspirations such as the ghostly Cuphead character known as the Legendary Chalice. As studio director and executive producer Maja Moldenhauer explained, they were ideas the developers just couldn’t let go–even if it would eventually take five years to realize them. You need a javascript enabled…

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