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NBA 2K18 Soundtrack Revealed

2K Sports has announced the lineup of songs that will be present in its pro basketball game this year, NBA 2K18. It’s comprised of 49 songs, one fewer than that of NBA 2K17.

Injustice 2 Review

NetherRealm has been on a roll since 2011’s Mortal Kombatreboot, and with the release of Injustice 2, it’s come one step closer to perfecting its particular brand of fighting game. Injustice 2 is dense, deep, and refined, but also accessible to newcomers thanks to relatively simple move lists and a variety of rewarding new gameplay opportunities. The addition of gear makes the biggest splash in this regard, allowing you to craft a personalized hero or villain, both inside (with stat boosts) and outside (with elaborate costume upgrades)–all while maintaining the game’s balanced roster. There are some complications to gear management that may frustrate, but minor gripes aside, character growth and customization proves to be the biggest boon for an already strong fighting game set in a fractured DC Comics universe.

Overwatch Will Start Punishing "Bad Behavior" More Harshly

Like many other online games, a match of Overwatch can be severely impacted by players who go idle, harass others, or otherwise exhibit what Blizzard broadly labels as “bad behavior.” Because of that, the developer has announced plans to more severely punish those who would ruin the experience for others.

Banned GTA 5 modders using code “designed to facilitate piracy” –...

GTA 5 modders putting together an alternative to GTA Online did indeed contravene Rockstar’s policies, the publisher has said.

Xbox One System Update heading to select Preview members soon

Microsoft began hinting at the big Summer update for Windows 10 and Xbox One back in March during the Microsoft Build event. It wasn’t so much of a hint as it was, a confirmation that Xbox owners had something to look forward to this Summer.

Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice Review

Although formulaic and somewhat one-note, Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice is a fast-paced platformer in a similar vein to classic side-scrolling Sonic the Hedgehog games. It combines the same enjoyable spin-dashing, looping courses, and ring collecting of old with some new–albeit vapid–ideas. The story comes down to the classic struggle of Sonic and friends trying to clean up the mess left in the wake of Dr. Robotnik’s shenanigans. The only difference, however, is the fact that mysterious rifts in the world have integrated with the tech worn by Sonic and his buddies, temporarily granting them their newfound fire and ice powers.

E3 2017 – ANOTHER LOOK AT NINTENDO’S BOOTH SPACE (FLOOR MAP)

It’s also worth noting that Nintendo’s booth is right next to Nvidia. I bet the two are happy to buddy up next to each other this year!

Webzen – Celebrate the 7th anniversary with free game items

Webzen, a global publisher and developer of Free-to-Play games, today celebrates its global game portal’s 7th anniversary! Webzen has certainly come a long way, and I still remember the period where the company was silent for months. MMO Culture and Webzen have teamed up to provide game coupons for everyone, depending on which game you are playing. More details can be found below.

Destiny 2’s Clan Functionality Is Now Live

Last month, Bungie detailed how Destiny 2’s Clan system will work. In short, if you created a Group in Destiny 1, you’ll have to convert it to a Clan to take advantage of Destiny 2’s Clan features. Starting today, that conversion process is now live.

Battlerite – Early Access phase begins on Steam for new arena...

Battlerite, developed by Stunlock Studios, recently entered the Early Access phase on Steam. Touted as the “spiritual successor” of Bloodline Champions, a semi-popular arena PVP game, Bloodrite is developed with a similar gameplay style in mind. There are currently just 2 vs 2 and 3 vs 3 modes available. Battlerite, costing a small sum now, will launch as a Free-to-Play online game in 2017.