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Day: May 19, 2022
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Turtle Beach Launches Its Neat Microphones Brand in Europe

Neat Microphones, the innovative brand of high-quality USB and XLR microphones from Turtle Beach Corporation (Nasdaq: HEAR), today confirmed the retail availability of their latest generation of microphones to international markets. Designed by the renowned Neat Microphones team, the same group of recording experts that founded Blue Microphones, Neat’s all-new lineup is headlined by King Bee II – […]

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Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising is Now Available

Global publisher 505 Games, Rabbit & Bear Studios (headed by Yoshitaka Murayama, a creator of Suikoden), and NatsumeAtari proudly launch Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising, the fast-paced 2.5D action RPG that serves as a companion prequel game to 2023’s Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes. Brave a new world is brimming with adventure today on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via […]

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The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story Now Available

SQUARE ENIX and video game developer h.a.n.d., Inc. announced today that The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story, an immersive live-action mystery-adventure game is now available on the PlayStation 5 (PS5) console, PlayStation 4 (PS4) console, Nintendo Switch system and PC (STEAM). Directed by Koichiro Ito (Metal Gear Solid V) and produced by Junichi Ehara (NieR: Automata, BABYLON’S […]

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24 Battle Units Plus 3 New Commanders Added To The Early Access Launch

Prime Matter / Smilegate Crossfire: Legion, the upcoming fast-paced action-packed Real-Time Strategy launching in Early Access on May 24 is giving players even more choice of strategic play and potential battleground dominance with the addition of a massive 24 units and 3 unique commanders to the battle roster, amounting to a grand total of 45 […]

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Songs of Conquest Early Impressions: Reimagining a Classic

There’s been a lot of cool indie releases out in recent weeks! I’m back again with more rummaging through the indie game boxes. After a packed Q1, 2022 seems to be slowing down at least on the AAA side. With the delay of Starfield into 2023 and the usual summer lull, things will be fairly […]

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