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The Ubisoft Open World Formula is Feeling Dated

The Ubisoft open-world format Seen in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Watch Dogs: Legion is polished but stale, and it is in need of a serious overhaul.

Inception 10th Anniversary: Why Cobb Is Still Very Dreaming

Inception, Christopher Nolan's puzzling science-fiction action thriller turns ten today, but its rules for dreams play both ways for Cobb's survival at the end.

CGM Dads and Grads Gift Guide 2020

With Father’s day around the corner, and most students finishing another term of school, CGM is here to offer up a gift guide to find the best choices for Dads and Grads everywhere!

Razer Brings Software Based THX to Windows and It's Fantastic

Razer brings the power of THX to any headphones connected to a computer thanks to its new spatial audio Windows app.

Enter a World of Fantasy This Summer With These Switch RPG's

Ready up adventurer. You must charge your switch, put on some breathable armour, social distance from strangers on your path and master roleplaying with these games under the shadiest of trees.

Commentary: As Creators, The Game Industry Shares A Part in Ending Racism

As the game industry pauses for Black Lives Matter, developers should realize their potential in educating for change.

Too Many Launchers Are Complicating Summer Sales

Another Summer Sale is coming across more distributors than ever, adding extra layers to a PC gamer's purchase in ways that can make choices harder digitally.

Crucible Delivers a Satisfying Hero Shooter Experience

After four years, Amazon has finally delivered its first game with Crucible and while it is in its early days, it offers enough to make a real dent in the Hero Shooter space.

Ghost of Tsushima Pays a Nod to the Samurai Film Genre

Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima received new gameplay details in an 18-minute PlayStation State of Play stream, showing off exploration, stealth and combat.

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