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Nov 25
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<i>Tomb Raider: Chronicles</i> pays tribute to the original Lara Croft, gaming’s abandoned superhero

In 1996, Toby Gard introduced the world of video gaming to one of its new icons: Lara Croft, The Tomb Raider. Gard and the rest of his team at Core Designs took the risk of featuring a female protagonist in their new archeological adventure game—a risk that paid off with a franchise that now carries 17 games (and

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Nov 19
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<i>Demon</i>’<i>s Souls </i>on the PS5 is an unlikely love letter to brilliant, broken things

From Software’s Souls games are all about the tragic pursuit of doomed, nigh-impossible goals. Slay gods immune to the very concept of death. Reverse the apocalypse when it’s already 99 percent of the way complete. Stay sane in a world that demands madness. Stay alive. So we’d like to offer a toast to remakers

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Nov 10
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An ode to load screens—just in time for the Xbox Series X and PS5 to render them obsolete

In 1998, video game company Namco was granted a patent on technology allowing a small “auxiliary game program code” to run alongside the “main-game program code” to avoid an “unnecessary wastage of time.” In more human terms, this meant Namco—and only Namco—could put minigames on its loading screens, which usually

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