Nintendo Reveals Official Switch Charging Stand

The inability to charge the Switch when using the built-in kickstand has long annoyed people who wish to play the game with the joycons detached but also charge the system's sometimes fast-draining battery. Nintendo now has an official solution to the problem, for a price. The problem with the Switch's …

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Arcade Racer Onrush Getting Open Beta On May 17

Onrush, the new arcade racer from Codemasters and Deep Silver, is getting an open beta on May 17 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The racing game puts players in vehicles like off-road vehicles, cars, and motorcycles over all sorts of hilly terrain with all sorts of boosting. The beta …

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Bethesda Tacitly Acknowledges Rage 2 Leak On Twitter

If you're a company hoping for E3 surprises and Wal-Mart Canada just ruined your day, you might be in a sour mood. Bethesda, however, is taking it in stride. With Rage 2 possibly on the horizon, the official Rage Twitter account – which has sat dormant since the series was originally …

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Bethesda Tacitly Acknowledges Rage 2 Leak On Twitter

If you're a company hoping for E3 surprises and Wal-Mart Canada just ruined your day, you might be in a sour mood. Bethesda, however, is taking it in stride. With Rage 2 possibly on the horizon, the official Rage Twitter account – which has sat dormant since the series was originally …

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Should You Play Middle-earth: Shadow Of War’s Desolation Of Mordor DLC?

After launching in September, Middle-earth: Shadow of War has continually tweaked the experience through small patches and large overhauls such as the complete removal of the unpopular market feature. In February, Monolith released Blade of Galadriel, the first story expansion, starring Eltariel. With its second expansion, Monolith is taking players …

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The Virtual Life – How Yakuza 6 Makes Old New Again

Slight spoilers for Yakuza 6 ahead. Nothing major. Yakuza is one of the most baffling, entrancing series around. Sticking closely to its roots since its release in 2005, the Japanese crime drama series has always been, on a function level, a semi-open-world brawler where you let your fists do the …

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157 Rapid-Fire Questions About Days Gone

With our new cover story on Days Gone, we hope we answered a lot of your burning questions about Sony Bend's upcoming open-world game. Just in case though, while visiting the studio Game Informer's Jeff Cork sat down with Days Gone's creative director John Garvin and volleyed as many questions …

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