We Just Had A Whole Ass E3 And No One Said The Word Stadia Once

The E3 extended weekend is over, and it was a (mostly) great time filled with exciting game reveals, updates on highly-anticipated titles, a little bit of NFT nonsense, and a whole lot of delicious indies. We saw just about everything this weekend, from Intellivision’s new retro consoles to diversity panels to Kevin Hart ruthlessly leaving Randy P hanging, but the […]

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No Man’s Sky: How To Get Gravitino Balls

Gravitino Balls are a rare and expensive item in No Man’s Sky, ideal for farming but tricky to find. There is a risk to finding the Balls as they’re most common on hostile planets covered in Sentinels, and the Sentinels do not like it when you pick them up. It’s worth it though: these tradeable items can be farmed to […]

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Stardew Valley: Everything You Need To Know About The Luau

There is no shortage of events and festivals in Stardew Valley. One of the festivals is the annual Luau. During the Luau, you will get to interact with the residents of Pelican Town, and contribute to the communal soup. This guide is going to go over everything you need to know about the Luau. The big reward for this event is friendship […]

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E3 2021 Was Great If You Paid Attention To Its Incredible Indies

I’m tired of wailings about games shown during the E3 2021 season. It’s almost like we’re still dealing with a dangerous pandemic and teams adapting to new remote setups, but anyway, that’s beyond the point. I’m not here to wag my finger at you for being upset about Bayonetta 3’s absence or whatever it may be. What I do want […]

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Hollow Knight: How To Get Rancid Eggs

Hollow Knight is already extremely difficult, but it’s made even harder by the fact that, when you die, you’ll have to fight your own Shade to recover your money and full max health. There are times, though, that your Shade is somewhere that you really can’t be bothered to try and return to, what with the intense platforming challenges and/or enemies […]

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Who doesn’t love a cozy night in? The thing is, it doesn’t look the same for everyone: some of us live for an evening spent on the couch binge-watching Netflix, others seek out a good DIY project to fill the hours, while still other people need a bit more adventure (even if just at home). All of us crave something different from […]

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RFM, A New Dimension Warping Tactical Rougelite Announced

If you’ve been thinking, “There just aren’t enough roguelites out at the moment,” then rejoice. Revealed today, RFM is a tactical roguelite in which you’ll “play, pause, plan, and ride the frequencies between worlds.” From Mexico-based studio Bromio, RFM is set to launch on PC and consoles in early 2022. In RFM, the world as you know it is suddenly […]

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The VR Hits and Misses of E3 2021

So the traditionally ‘biggest videogame event of the year’, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2021 has now concluded and it was a very mixed bag of announcements wasn’t it? Heavyweights like Microsoft/Bethesda and Nintendo certainly helped carry the show when it came to all the normal fair, whilst quirkier entries from Limited Run Games gave the event some much-needed frivolity. […]

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Amex bets on AI and NLP for customer service

Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy at Transform 2021. The customer draws the AI roadmap at American Express (Amex), at least according to two of the company’s top AI leaders. When describing their latest project, Josh Pizzaro, the company’s director of AI, and Cong Liu, the VP of natural language processing and conversational AI, couldn’t stress this enough. “We […]

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