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Here's what Zelda: Breath of the Wild's new amiibo do

We now know what effects The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild amiibo have when paired with Nintendo's highly anticipated adventure. As revealed by YouTuber channel GameXplain, by looking at the back of each amiibo's packaging, we can see how each figurine affects the game they're inspired by. Show More Summary

Nier: Automata's Japanese launch tomorrow has English subtitles

Nier: Automata won't reach European shores until 10th March, but its Japanese version is out tomorrow on PS4 and it will have English subtitles. The Japanese launch is technically 23rd February, but due to the timezone difference it should be available as soon as 4pm tomorrow in the UK. Show More Summary

Humble Freedom Bundle raises $6.73m for pro-immigrant charities

The Humble Freedom Bundle raised $6.73m to aid immigrants in response to the Trump Administration's immigration ban. All proceeds are going to such charities as the American Civil Liberties Union, the International Rescue Committee, and Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Show More Summary

Nioh speedrunner plows through game in under 97 minutes

Speedrunner Distortion2 has set a new world record by blazing through Team Ninja's famously difficult samurai action game Nioh in one hour, 36 minutes and 51 seconds. There's still room for improvement as Distortion2 meets their maker six times throughout this frantic journey. Show More Summary

Nier: Automata's PC release date same as PS4 in Europe

Nier: Automata's Steam release has been confirmed for 10th March in the following trailer (via Gematsu): That's the same day it's coming out on PS4 in the UK and Europe, though three days later than its 7th March North American launch. Show More Summary

Total War: Warhammer's getting a new playable race, for free, next week

The Bretonnian faction has been part of Total War: Warhammer from the very start, playable in custom battles, but never on the campaign map itself. Until next week, that is. The Bretonnia Race Pack DLC arrives on the 28th February, with a revamped roster of units and features, plus three legendary lords (two of which can be seen in the video below). Show More Summary

Rocket League 4K PlayStation Pro support arrives

The Rocket League update enabling 4K, 60 frames per second support on PlayStation 4 Pro should be live now. The update also boosts standard PS4 performance to 1080p60 across all Rocket League arenas and in split-screen mode. Mind you, PS4 seemed to be achieving this last week, as per Digital Foundry's Rocket League PS4 vs. Show More Summary

For the first time ever, Australia is in Civilization

Civilization 6 is about to get its next civ: Australia. It's the first time the country has been in a Civilization game. In the game,Australia is led by John Curtin, the 14th Prime Minister of Australia who served during World War 2....Show More Summary

Watch: Ian plays 90 minutes of new Watch Dogs 2 Human Conditions DLC

The very first time I went hands-on with Watch Dogs 2, I expected to hate it. I'd been burnt by the first game, and the sequel trailers that I'd watched so far tried too hard, in my opinion, to capture a Hipster-ish vibe that just wasn't my cup of tea. Show More Summary

Table Top Racing: World Tour comes out on Xbox One in March

Table Top Racing: World Tour, the Micro Machines-inspired racer from WipEout co-creator Nick Burcombe, comes out on Xbox One on 10th March. The Xbox One release follows the game's launch on PlayStation 4 and PC in May 2016. The Xbox One version includes all content released to date. Show More Summary

Street Fighter 5 mod makes loading a match much quicker

One of the more annoying things about Street Fighter 5 is the loading time - particularly the time it takes to get from character select into a game. Well, as with so many video game issues, there's a mod for that. ToolAssisted created...Show More Summary

Quote is a brawler for the post-truth era

Freedom of expression is a fine thing, but I'm sure everybody reading this has, at some point, gazed over the face of the internet - all those bickering feeds, all those clashing interpretations, that perpetual shimmer of New Ideas - and yearned for some way of clubbing and stomping the whole, gorgeous mess back into Stone Age silence. Show More Summary

Jelly Deals: Xbox Live sale on now, with discounts for Gold members

A note from the editor: Jelly Deals is a deals site launched by our parent company, Gamer Network, with a mission to find the best bargains out there. Look out for the Jelly Deals roundup of reduced-price games and kit every Saturday...Show More Summary

New Square Enix role-playing IP Project Prelude Rune announced

Square Enix has announced a new role-playing IP codenamed Project Prelude Rune. It's the first game by new Japanese team Studio Istolia, where Hideo Baba, who was producer of the Tales series of games for Namco Bandai, is in charge.Show More Summary

For Honor, online disconnects and the problem with peer-to-peer

For Honor's online play isn't working out well for some players. Ubisoft's competitive online-focused hack and slash game does not use dedicated servers - much to the annoyance of some. Instead, it uses P2P (peer-to-peer) networking....Show More Summary

Halo Wars 2 launches without competitive multiplayer ranking

Halo Wars 2 has launched without a competitive multiplayer ranking system. The developers at 343 Industries and Creative Assembly said the made the surprise decision to hold competitive multiplayer ranking from launch in order to continue to work on game balance. Show More Summary

Watch: 60 minutes of Thimbleweed Park

You know when you're playing a point & click adventure game, right? There you are, blitzing through puzzles one after another, until suddenly something stumps you. It can be a little frustrating, can't it? Embarrassing, at times. Yeah,...Show More Summary

Man plays Doom in Porsche 911 using driving controls

Wow aren't cars fancy today. The things they can do - like play the original Doom on their little computer screens. Not that you would play: you'd be driving. You can't drive and play Doom - can you? Introducing Matt Swarthout and a Porsche 911, via Gizmodo. Show More Summary

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