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Since seeing our first hands-on preview of Outriders last summer, I’ve been cautiously optimistic about People Can Fly’s new co-op shooter/RPG. I was disappointed by the latest delay, but as a consolation prize, Square Enix has released the first act on schedule as a demo for us to start forming impressions off of. After spending
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Nickelodeon, the number-one network for kids, and Hasbro’s Entertainment One (eOne) have partnered to co-produce an original animated Transformers series (26 half-hour episodes), based on the iconic global property. In the action-comedy series, a new species of Transformers must find their place and purpose among Autobots, Decepticons, and the human family that adopts them. The series will premiere exclusively on
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VALETTA, Malta — On the heels of raising $24 million in December, Orbex announced Feb. 24 that it has commissioned AMCM to build a large-volume 3D printer for manufacturing its rocket engines.  The Scottish microlauncher startup is currently developing Prime, a two-stage launch vehicle powered by six first-stage and one second-stage biopropane engines. The maiden
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While we all patiently await news about Dino Crisis, here’s another dinosaur game that you can enjoy in the meantime: open-world survival adventure Dinos Reborn. In development at indie studio HardCodeWay, Dinos Reborn transports players to a pre-historic sci-fi world where they have to “navigate between being predator and prey.” In a press release, the developer
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The worlds of DC and Fortnite are about to collide. DC Comics and Epic Games have announced Batman/Fortnite: Zero Point, a six-issue crossover miniseries between the two properties arriving in April. The twice-monthly series is written by Christos Gage (in consultation with Epic Chief Creative Officer Donald Mustard). The first issue of the series will feature
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Last week, we asked you to enter the world of Control: Ultimate Edition and share reality-bending peeks at the weirdest office ever, The Oldest House. From twisting walls to unusual decorations, you shared your weirdest environments using #PSshare #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  Jesse floats through a hallway that takes quite a turn in
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HELSINKI — India launched its first mission of the year late Saturday, sending Brazil’s Amazonia-1 Earth observation satellite and 18 smaller payloads into orbit. The 44-meter-high PSLV-C51 rocket with two solid side boosters lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Center on the Indian island of Sriharikota at 11:54 p.m. Eastern Feb. 28. The  PSLV
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AMC Networks had good news for investors when it reported its fourth-quarter and year-end earnings earlier this week. The company concluded 2020 with more than 6 million streaming subscribers across its various platforms, including AMC+, Acorn TV, Shudder, Sundance Now, and ALLBLK. That’s a year-over-year aggregate subscriber growth of 157%. President and Chief Executive Officer
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Tonight (February 27), D’Angelo headlined a VERZUZ event live from the Apollo Theater, taking the stage as a solo performer with DJ Scratch with other collaborators. Take a look via Instagram or Apple Music. D’Angelo’s set broke from the typical VERZUZ format: its events have so far been one-on-one battles with occasional surprise guests, like
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A short while ago Mezco announced that they would be revealing a number of products from the 20-22 of February and on Saturday they revealed a number of One:12 figures. Here’s a list of the products they revealed. DC Comics – Superman Halloween II – Michael Myers The Crow Rumble Society – Unnamed Figure Teaser
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The Sunday Papers is our weekly roundup of great writing about (mostly) videogames from across the web. Sundays are for patting your rice cooker on the lid and thanking it for its many years of service. While our rice warms, let’s read this week’s best writing about video games. For GAMINGbible, Dean Abdou addressed the
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WASHINGTON — It is increasingly likely that a NASA astronaut will fly on a Russian Soyuz mission to the International Space Station in April as the agency finalizes an agreement with its Russian counterpart. In a Feb. 25 statement, Roscosmos said that its director general Dmitry Rogozin, spoke that day with NASA Acting Administrator Steve
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