Essential PS4 Games Every Player Should Try … Updated on this year: We’ve removed a few titles and added new ones like The Outer Worlds. When you …

Daily Win: Enter for a Chance to Win Wandersong for PS4

Welcome to Daily Win, our way of giving back to the IGN community. To thank our awesome audience, we’re giving away a new game each day to one lucky winner. Be sure to check every day to enter in each new giveaway. Today we’re giving away Wandersong for PS4. To enter into this sweepstake, fill out the form below. […]

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Here's How To Change Your PSN ID On PS4

It’s been a long time coming, but Sony has finally rolled out the much-requested PSN ID change feature. PS4 users now have the option to change their PSN IDs as many times as they’d like either through the console itself or a web browser. Here’s how the process works. The first time you change your PSN ID will be free, […]

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Ghost Giant Review

As the Ghost Giant, you act as the imaginary friend of a troubled anthropomorphic cat-child named Louis LaFleur, learning about his life and helping him on his adventures as he takes care of his family’s sleepy farm. Though he’s described as a young child, responsibilities far beyond his years have fallen to him, so it’s your job to work some […]

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Fortnite introducing Apex Legends-style respawns in next patch

Fortnite may be in a controversial state of balance right now, but that hasn’t slowed Epic down from updating the game. The developer announced on Friday afternoon that next week’s Fortnite patch will include one of the biggest new introductions since launch with Reboot Vans. These are special vans parked around the world that allow you to respawn fallen squad […]

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Report on Anthem’s development woes draws terse response from BioWare

This morning, Kotaku published a report on the development of BioWare’s latest title, Anthem. The game is currently struggling in its post-launch period, with issues ranging from technical issues on PlayStation 4 to community frustration with the lack of content and satisfying rewards to the scaling math behind end game gear. But the Kotaku report on its development enumerates the […]

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Sekiro’s animation does away with Dark Souls’ style of combat

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a punishing game, though that’s something you’d expect from the developer of the Dark Souls series and Bloodborne. But it’s also much more approachable than many of previous games developed by FromSoftware, and that comes down to the ability to cancel your moves once the animation has begun. That’s something that wasn’t possible in most […]

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