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In Far Cry New Dawn, there's one currency that speaks louder than all the others: ethanol.
Far Cry New Dawn has many weird and wonderful weapons to use. It pays to experiment with them to see which ones you like best. Here's how to switch between them.
Here's how to throw rocks in Far Cry New Dawn, and when you might want to use it.
Your melee attack comes in handy in many situations.
The latest Far Cry game to release, Far Cry New Dawn, has a pretty robust weapon crafting system.
It's the end of the world in Far Cry New Dawn, so naturally you need to take care of yourself.
Now available for free on Nintendo Switch for Online members, Tetris 99 is Tetris meets Battle Royale. It's brutal, but a lot of fun.
Last night marked the first Nintendo Direct of 2019 – and it was a good one. Here's everything that was announced.
Today, Moonlighter gets its biggest update yet: Friends & Foes, which adds companions, new minibosses and more.
Three Fields Entertainment, the team behind Dangerous Golf and Danger Zone, has just announced that its next game, Dangerous Driving, is set to be released on 9th April.
You could be forgiven for thinking that no video games based on books exist, but there are more than you realise.
Right across the world, censorship plays a part in banning games.
More than just a whodunnit murder mystery, Rainswept is a narrative filled with themes of love, loss and unresolved trauma.
Combat in Kingdom Hearts 3 is pretty straightforward. Unless you're playing on the hardest difficulty, nothing poses too much of a challenge – but you still may need to heal. Here's how.
Simply finishing Kingdom Hearts 3 is not enough to see the game's 'true' ending. No, there's a secret ending that requires a bit more work in order to unlock.
Undoubtedly one of the biggest talents in video game voice acting, here are some of our favourite characters voiced by Troy Baker.
Suddenly, the Tyrant isn't the scariest thing about Resident Evil 2.
If you fancy giving that fleshy brain of yours a bit of a workout, Access Denied from Stately Snail and Ratalaika Games might be worth a punt.
Originally released on PC back in 2016, Glass Masquerade from Onyx Lute has now made its way to Xbox One, PS4 and Switch.
You may think that software like VPNs for gaming are completely unnecessary if you’re about to jet off on your vacation, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.