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Microsoft has unveiled this month's two Xbox Games with Gold games. Hang on.. two? There's something not right here.
Wondering what's coming to Amazon Prime Gaming this October? Fallout 76, Shadow of War and more can be had for free.
Otherworldly puzzler Scorn, originally set for an October 21st release, is arriving a week earlier than originally planned.
Google Stadia, Google's game streaming service, is shutting its doors and will be gone for good this January.
Are you struggling to save your game in Let's Build a Zoo, wondering where the Save Game button has gone? Here's what you need to know.
Not sure how to feed animals in Let's Build a Zoo? Are visitors complaining you're a cruel zoo owner? Here's what to do.
Want to free your zoo animals into the wild, instead of giving them to another zoo or turning them into sandwiches? Here's how.
Have you taken out a loan in Let's Build a Zoo and want to know how to pay it back? Here's what you need to know.
Are you wondering how to change the direction your Let's Build a Zoo buildings face? Here's how to rotate buildings and objects.
Let's Build a Zoo is a lot of fun, but does it have a multiplayer or co-op mode to let you share that fun?
Are you playing Let's Build a Zoo and wondering how to buy more buses, so that would-be visitors aren't left on the pavement? Here's how.
Are your Let's Build a Zoo staff members overworked? Do they need a little more help? Here's how to hire new staff in Let's Build a Zoo.
Wild Hearts, a hunting game set in a feudal Japan-style fantasy world, arrives on PC and console this February.
Bandai Namco have launched their own music label, Bandai Namco Game Music Label, and already have two soundtracks on offer.
Jackbox Party Pack 9 arrives this October, landing on multiple platforms and letting you boot unwanted players.
Wondering how Gotham Knights will look on an appropriately powerful PC? The latest trailer details the graphical bells and whistles.
Now under new management, E3 is set to return in 2023, with a mixture of consumer-friendly and business-oriented events.
There's a Pokémon generator which takes text input and turns it into one of Nintendo's pocket monsters. It's an awful lot of fun, too.
Slime is money.
If you want to know how one-on-one brawlers work, the latest update for Capcom Fighting Collection should leave you with a grin a mile wide.