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Have You Played… Frostpunk?

Frostpunk is a very pretty game about trying to build the last city on Earth after an icy global catastrophe. I, like many others, spent about 25% of my time giving orders to build and gather and research, and the other 75% of my time zooming in as far as the camera allowed to watch my miniature hooded citizens trudging through the snow, or clustered morosely about the central generator.

Video: Check Out The Character Types Spotlight For Team Sonic Racing

Team Sonic Racing allows you to choose between three player types — Speed, Technique and Power. You can learn the advantages and weaknesses of each type in the latest trailer for the upcoming racing game, which you can check out in the embedded video below. Team Sonic Racing is set to launch this coming Tuesday, May 21, across multiple platforms, including Nintendo Switch.

This Week In Imports: Team Sonic Races Against Resident Evil Ports

The star this week is Team Sonic Racing, the latest game in the Sumo Digital-developed racing spinoffs. This time, Sonic and his friends are going ahead without their Sega allies for a team-based racing game where all three team members must work together in order to score a high average placement, via various new techniques.

The Detective Pikachu Movie Is #1 At The International Box Office For The Second Weekend In A Row

It has been nothing but success for the Detective Pikachu movie. For the second weekend in a row, the movie has topped the international box office. Detective Pikachu received $53,800,000 from 72 foreign markets, and it has now earned $193,400,000 overseas. Since its launch earlier this month, Detective Pikachu has earned $287,400,000 worldwide.

A Celeste Dev Has Confirmed That There Will Be Some New Story In The Free “Farewell” DLC

Celeste‘s dev team have been spending this year teasing the game’s upcoming DLC. The DLC, which is called “Farewell”, will add a 9th chapter to the game for free and release on multiple platforms, including the Nintendo Switch. Developer Matt Thorson and composer Lena Raine have tweeted more details about the content to come. Not only will the DLC have some story, but it will have a lot of music. The two tweets can be seen down below.

Linux Gaming News Punch – Episode 13, your weekly round-up podcast is right here

Grab a cup of coffee and come listen to some news you may have missed over the last week or so, as the Linux Gaming News Punch - Episode 13 has arrived.


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Report: Call of Duty’s annual launch wobbles, however Treyarch strikes up to reserve it

Call of Duty’s production is in trouble, but the franchise will still hit its 16th annual release in 2020, according to another bang-up report from Kotaku about what’s going on inside Activision’s stable of studios.

GameCease’s Memorial Day sale, Epic’s Mega sale, Nintendo Switch vouchers, and extra of the week’s greatest offers

Memorial Day weekend usually brings some good good deals, but the sales are starting a little early this year. GameStop kicked off its Memorial Day sale on Sunday, offering discounts on games, accessories, and collectibles.

Players discover piles of lifeless horses in Red Dead Online

Something weird and/or spooky is going on in Red Dead Online. Yesterday players started finding big piles of skinned, dead horses laying around. Others report ghost towns, with no animals or NPCs spawning. Either Tywin Lannister is guest starring, or something else is about to go down in Rockstar Games’ west world.

The Division 2’s first raid is inconceivable for console gamers, apparently

Raids are meant to be hard, but the first one in Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is so hard that so far, no players on console have managed to beat it. PC users managed to do so within hours of the raid, Operation Dark Hours, going live on Thursday. But more than just a handful of frustrated voices are saying that the raid’s expectations are beyond the capabilities of twin-analog gamepad gaming.

Rainbow Six Siege’s subsequent operator appears like The Onion’s accountant

There’s something familiar about Rainbow Six Siege’s newest operator, the defender named Warden.

Borderlands 3: Everything we all know in regards to the endgame

In 2009, Borderlands helped invent the looter-shooter genre -- which blends the gameplay of a shooter with the loot hunts of a Diablo-like action RPG. A few years later, Borderlands 2 continued to rule the genre, with few competitors challenging it. But with Borderlands 3, quite a bit has changed. The genre has evolved, with games like Destiny 2 and The Division 2 dominating the space.