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Fallout 76 is completely unlike any other game in the series, putting a huge emphasis on multiplayer gameplay. One thing that usually plagues online games is griefing. Sometimes there's just one player that is there to do nothing other than to ruin your experience for their pleasure or benefit. There are many ways that developers have dealt with griefers in the past, which usually results in a temporary or permanent ban from the server. However, Bethesda is taking a more unique approach to griefers in Fallout 76.

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Fans of the Blue Bomber are eagerly awaiting the release of Mega Man 11, the latest in Capcom's series of side-scrolling shooters that is set to launch on October 2nd. However, according to the folks at TrueAchievements, fans and newcomers alike will have a chance to try out the game for themselves next month.

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Bethesda's 2016 reboot of the Doom franchise (appropriately titled DOOM) was an instant hit with fans and critics alike, and during E3 we learned that a sequel is in development. The brief E3 teaser showed nothing substantial, but Bethesda promised a big reveal at QuakeCon, and they have delivered! Today Bethesda pulled the curtains back and gave us tons of new gameplay details and footage.

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We're just a month and a half out from Cuphead's first anniversary, but the charming indie game is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Studio MDHR announced earlier today that their premiere title has sold over 3 million copies since its launch on September 29th of last year.

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One of my most anticipated games of 2018 is undoubtedly Red Dead Redemption 2. The first entry captivated me for months (despite my aversion to open-world games), so I'm super excited to see what Rockstar has in store for fans next. Though the game's launch isn't until October 26th, Rockstar treated us today to the first of a series of trailers showcasing Red Dead Redemption 2's gameplay.

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It's summertime, and that means that another Overwatch event is getting ready to kick off. Starting tomorrow, August 9th, players can jump into the 3rd annual Summer Games event. The name of the game this time is Lucioball again—the Rocket League-esque faceoff that sees teams of three Lucios trying to blast a soccer ball into their respective goal. The action drops in Busan, South Korea this year, so get those passports ready and those suitcases packed because you only have until August 30th to join the fun. Some of the Overwatch heroes are celebrating with new skins, so be sure to get those while you can!

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The next entry in Bethesda's beloved Fallout franchises is shaking the formula up. Fallout 76 is an online-only softcore survival game launching this November, but you won't have to wait that long to try it out. Bethesda has announced a "Break-it Early Test Application," or B.E.T.A., that kicks off in October. They also recently posted an FAQ page to share more info on the upcoming early version of the game.

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Ninja Theory made a big splash last year with the launch of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, a so-called "independent AAA" game. The gameplay and story of Hellblade explore the theme of struggling with mental illness, and Ninja Theory worked closely with experts in order to present an accurate picture of psychosis. This decision is more than just an artistic choice. Ninja Theory hopes to raise awareness and support for people struggling with mental illnesses, and they've been putting their money where their mouth is.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ is about to get a little bit Cooler. EVO 2018 just wrapped up, and Bandai Namco Entertainment decided to use the popular fighting tournament to make an announcement about the next new fighter in Dragon Ball FighterZ. The publisher released a new trailer showing off Base Form Goku and Vegeta re-enacting their battle at the end of the Saiyan Saga before revealing a newcomer.

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As the My Hero Academia anime advances through the Provisional Hero License Exam story arc, Bandai Namco Entertainment is preparing to launch their video game adaptation of the popular series. You'll be able to play as many of your favorite heroes and villains on October 26th (August 23rd in Japan), and today one more fighter was officially confirmed. The vilest villain of them all is joining the fight.

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It would not be a stretch to say that Fortnite is the biggest game in the world right now. Mixing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds' battle royale playstyle with Minecraft-like building mechanics created the perfect storm of action, strategy, and adrenaline. It turns out the game has become so huge, now some parents are actually hiring tutors to help their children become Fortnite masters.

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Fans have been eagerly awaiting the true sequel to Life is Strange since the indie darling captivated players back in 2015. Developer Dontnod Entertainment kept their audience interested with Before the Storm and The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, but those were just appetizers. The main course, Life is Strange 2, just got its first trailer, and it already has fans all over the internet excitedly speculating about what's in store.

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Rocket League has been a phenomenal success story ever since its debut back in 2015. With over 6 million sales across a handful of platforms, it's one of the most popular indie games in recent memory, but there are still plenty of people who haven't joined in on the fun yet. For those potential customers, developer Psyonix is making things simple with an all-in-one bundle.

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Capcom has an absolute monster of a hit on their hands. Monster Hunter: World launched early this year to strong reviews and even stronger sales. In just a couple of months, it became Capcom's highest-selling game of all time, which also gave Capcom its most profitable year ever. In the months since then, its sales have climbed even higher, and there's no end in sight.

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Xbox Games With Gold is bringing in an all-star lineup for August. Four free games will be available for those with an Xbox Live Gold subscription—two for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360. Additionally, Microsoft has a little deal available for those who don't currently have their own Xbox Live Gold subscription.

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