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    10 Games To Play For Heavy Metal Fans

    The name Rick doesn’t typically inspire fear and awe, but it definitely does with Splatterhouse. The hand-to-hand combat of this game alone makes it pretty metal, but what he can do with meat cleavers and other makeshift weapons? It’s art, man.  He can also regrow his limbs back if they are severed, so that’s something […] More

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    Square Enix Denies Recent Potential Buyout Rumors

    With Microsoft and Sony both making some wildly major power moves regarding acquisitions for a new generation of gaming, all studios are seemingly up for grabs when it comes to the rumor mill. Earlier this week, Bloomberg Japan published a report that Square Enix was in talks with “multiple potential buyers,” and the company itself immediately turned around […] More

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    Ford’s Bronco Off-Roadeo Driving School Canned in Vermont

    The Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo training program isn’t coming to Vermont. The Woodstock Inn and Resort blindsided the residents of South Pomfret, Vermont, when it disclosed a proposal that allowed its popular 189-acre ski area called Suicide Six to be used during the summer as an off-road driving school for owners of new Ford Broncos. Angry […] More

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    Wasteland 3’s First Story Expansion Arrives This June

    Wasteland 3 is getting its first narrative expansion this June. The Battle of Steeltown sends players back to Colorado to take on a new threat while enjoying a suite of features designed to freshen up the experience.  The story centers on rangers being sent to the factory complex of Steeltown on behalf of the Patriarch. […] More

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    Why You Need To Play Nier: Automata

    I think Square Enix’s RPG soundtracks are gaming’s gold standard. Nier: Automata’s music, composed by Keiichi Okabe (of Tekken fame) is in the upper echelon of my favorite video game music, joining the likes of Nobuo Uematsu’s Final Fantasy VII and Yasunori Mitsuda’s Chrono Trigger soundtracks. Automata’s score isn’t mere ambience. Instead, it’s directly involved […] More

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    Why You Need To Play Nier: Automata

    I think Square Enix’s RPG soundtracks are gaming’s gold standard. Nier: Automata’s music, composed by Keiichi Okabe (of Tekken fame) is in the upper echelon of my favorite video game music, joining the likes of Nobuo Uematsu’s Final Fantasy VII and Yasunori Mitsuda’s Chrono Trigger soundtracks. Automata’s score isn’t mere ambience. Instead, it’s directly involved […] More

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    Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings MMO Canceled

    Following the failure of Amazon’s Crucible and ahead of the launch of New World, it is confirmed that the company’s Lord of the Rings MMO has officially been canceled. The online fantasy take was first announced back in 2019, and news about the latest Lord of the Rings take was mum. Now, it’s off the table […] More

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    GM and LG Announce New Ultium Battery Plant in Tennessee

    General Motors and LG Energy Solution today confirmed the two companies will build a $2.3 billion battery cell plant in Tennessee that will be key to powering the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq electric midsize SUV, which will be assembled at the adjacent Spring Hill vehicle assembly plant starting next year. Construction begins immediately on the 2.8-million-square-foot […] More

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    Resident Evil Village: Exclusive Environment Tour (4K)

    Resident Evil was built upon the idea of fighting for survival through terrifying close encounters and the claustrophobic sense of dread that precedes each turn down a new hallway. And while there are sure to be plenty of close-quarters scares in the harrowing hallways of the new mansion, Resident Evil Village aims to terrorize players […] More

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    Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Gets Official Carbon Fiber Accessories

    There are a few different ways to get your carbon fiber fix if you’re purchasing a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. You can go all-out and opt for the $18,500 Carbon Fiber Track package, which includes some carbon fiber bits (an unmistakable GT4 track wing, splitter wickers, and 20-inch wheels), as well as a bunch of […] More

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    Wasteland 3’s First Story Expansion Arrives This June

    Wasteland 3 is getting its first narrative expansion this June. The Battle of Steeltown sends players back to Colorado to take on a new threat while enjoying a suite of features designed to freshen up the experience.  The story centers on rangers being sent to the factory complex of Steeltown on behalf of the Patriarch. […] More

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    Ford’s Bronco Off-Roadeo Driving School Canned in Vermont

    The Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo training program isn’t coming to Vermont. The Woodstock Inn and Resort blindsided the residents of South Pomfret, Vermont, when it disclosed a proposal that allowed its popular 189-acre ski area called Suicide Six to be used during the summer as an off-road driving school for owners of new Ford Broncos. Angry […] More