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CGM Dads and Grads Gift Guide 2020 12

CGM Dads and Grads Gift Guide 2020

By CGM Staff - Jun 19, 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 is Fantastic 3

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

By Brendan Frye - Jun 16, 2020

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 5

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

By Brock McLaughlin - Jun 16, 2020

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 1

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

By Clement Goh - Jun 5, 2020

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

Too Many Launchers Are Complicating Summer Sales

By Clement Goh - May 28, 2020

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

Crucible Delivers a Satisfying Hero Shooter Experience

By Brendan Frye - May 26, 2020

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.

Preview: Ghost of Tsushima Pays a Nod to the Samurai Film Genre

Ghost of Tsushima Pays a Nod to the Samurai Film Genre

By Clement Goh - May 15, 2020

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.

Why “The Last of Us Part II” is One of the Most Anticipated Delayed Games of 2020

Why “The Last of Us Part II” is One of the Most Anticipated Delayed Games of 2020

By Mary Gushie - May 11, 2020

You might want to book a week off in June 2020. That is because The Last of Us Part 2 has a new release date and I think it is going to consume our lives.

Gift Guide: The Best Tech and Gamer Gifts for Mother's Day 11

Gift Guide: The Best Tech and Gamer Gifts for Mother’s Day

By Brendan Frye - May 6, 2020

Mother’s Day is here once again, and CGM is here with the best tech and gaming gifts, for the special mom in your life.

A Star Wars Itinerary for Enjoying May The Fourth All Week 1

A Star Wars Itinerary for Enjoying May The Fourth All Week

By Clement Goh - May 4, 2020

Happy Star Wars Day from CGMagazine! Starting on May the Fourth, what better way to celebrate the franchise than with a week-long marathon of movies & games?

Nintendo Switch Scalpers: Stop Exploiting People During COVID-19

Nintendo Switch Scalpers: Stop Exploiting People During COVID-19

By Clement Goh - Apr 22, 2020

COVID-19 is resulting in Nintendo Switch units selling out globally as consumers find themselves starting at prices doubled by gougers looking for a profit.

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What the New PS5 and Xbox Controllers Mean for Next-Gen

By Joe DeClara - Apr 13, 2020

The PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X Controllers indicate what each company has learned from the last console cycle, and what their focus will be with this coming generation.

CGMagazine’s Game to Play at Home (April Edition) 1

Video Games to Play While in Social Isolation (April Edition)

By Clement Goh - Apr 3, 2020

Passing extra time at home? CGMagazine has some suggestions on new and familiar titles for players, factoring in play times and level of freedom across April.

Atari Pong Table Brings Retro to the Luxury Market

Atari Pong Table Brings Retro to the Luxury Market

By Brendan Frye - Mar 31, 2020

While clearly aimed at the luxury market, the Atari Pong Table is a well crafted, stunning device that would sit well in any retro gaming fans home.

PlayStation 2 Anniversary Month: A CGMagazine Retrospective 3

PlayStation 2 Anniversary Month: A CGMagazine Retrospective

By CGM Staff - Mar 26, 2020

CGMagazine writers reflect on simpler and dustier times growing up with the beloved PlayStation 2 system when it was released on March 4, 2000 in Japan.

Tabletop Simulator Closes the Gap of Social Distancing

Tabletop Simulator Closes the Gap of Social Distancing

By Joe DeClara - Mar 24, 2020

Tabletop Simulator is a great option for quarantined friends during the coronavirus pandemic, and an excellent platform for online hangouts.

Xbox Series X Vs. PlayStation 5 - What The Reveal About Gamings Next Gen

Xbox Series X Vs. PlayStation 5: What The Reveals Say About Gaming’s Next-Gen

By Cole Watson - Mar 19, 2020

CGM is here to help readers understand the core differences in specs between the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X and what it means for gamers.

The Best Upcoming Indie Games Of 2020 8

The Best Upcoming Indie Games Of 2020

By Preston Dozsa - Mar 18, 2020

With plenty of indie games on display at PAX East 2020, we compiled a list of the best upcoming games to look forward to this year.

Wasteland 3 Is InExile’s Boldest Game Yet

Wasteland 3 Is InExile’s Boldest Game Yet

By Preston Dozsa - Mar 17, 2020

Wasteland 3 is shaping up to be InExile Entertainment’s biggest game yet, as CEO Brian Fargo explains the studio’s emphasis on choice and what Microsoft brought to the table.

COMMENTARY: What is “Crunch" and why do game delays hit studios harder? 1

COMMENTARY: What is “Crunch” And Why Do Game Delays Hit Studios Harder?

By Clement Goh - Mar 4, 2020

Video game delays are becoming less of a surprise for eager players counting down on release dates.