Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time leaked by Taiwan ratings board

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time leaked by Taiwan ratings board

You can quit your nagging because there's going to be a new Crash Bandicoot game. According to a listing by the notoriously leaky Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee, Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time exists, and it's definitely coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. As for PC, Activision has made a habit of releasing its Crash Bandicoot remasters on PC about a year after the console versions, so it'll probably come, just not straight away.

Drifting, engine boosts, and overcharged lasers: How combat works in Star Wars: Squadrons

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Drifting, engine boosts, and overcharged lasers: How combat works in Star Wars: Squadrons

Star Wars: Squadrons could signal the return of good Star Wars flight sims, or at least we hope so. Based on the first trailer and a dressed up look at gameplay, we know it looks nice, what with those chunky ship dashboards and flashy maneuvers. The promise of full VR support and complete compatibility with HOTAS setups piques PC gamers' interest even more. But how does it actually play? 

FIFA 21 confirmed for October

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FIFA 21 confirmed for October

Electronic Arts confirmed the inevitable FIFA 21 at its EA Play showcase today. Like most EA games it's coming to Steam, and has a release date of October 3.

Star Wars: Squadrons channels X-Wing vs TIE Fighter with dual campaigns, multi-stage fleet battles

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Star Wars: Squadrons channels X-Wing vs TIE Fighter with dual campaigns, multi-stage fleet battles

I'm not going to say X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter is back—it's too soon to say if Star Wars: Squadrons will be the grand return of Star Wars flight sims—but there are some promising details in the five-minute gameplay reveal video above. Star Wars: Squadrons is a five-on-five multiplayer dogfighting game, with singleplayer campaigns for both the Empire and New Republic (the game also uses the name "Rebels," so the exact timing is unclear). It's hard to tell, from the trailer, just how deep or "simmy" the flight model will be, but from the glimpses we catch of the cockpit, it looks more TIE Fighter, less Rogue Squadron.