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The new Spooky Pack is the first proper full paid expansion to Planet Coaster, and it's coming next week along with a free new coaster.

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Though you would have thought Frontier Developments were knee-deep in Planet Coaster and/or their new Jurassic Park game, they're still toiling away on the world of Elite Dangerous.

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Landing onto Early Access on March 23, 2017, PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is all about the shooting rather than fending off zombies or being clubbed in the back of the head and stripped naked. Being in Early Access and heavily shaped by player feedback, it's only natural to expect a few patches (and lengthy patch notes) along the way. Let's have them.

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Announced back in 2015, it took us two years to get some solid hands-on time with Planet Nomads. There's no shortage of space-based exploration sims on the market right now, but they're all still very much fighting for that top spot.

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Despite coming from a group called 'Hello Games', No Man's Sky isn't as inviting as probably should be. While the idea of discovering and traversing trillions (yes, trillions) of planets may sound like a beautiful way to spend your free time, the first few hours, at least through my experience, weren't so relaxing.

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Academia: School Simulator is best called 'Theme Academy', out now on Early Access with a number of offer bundles.

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Launching on December 16 cutting its end of year plans alarmingly close, ASTRONEER captivated all those who were looking forward to exploring its vocal-based lands since early development. For some, it was a long time coming; but for others, its launch came as a welcome surprise in the run up to the Holidays.

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For how much we've chimed on about Conan Exiles, we didn't quite expect to carry it onto into release, but given the game's Early Access state, it's going to be getting a lot of patches.

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We've probably all come across something similar before - when your on-screen character moves erratically despite which buttons you may be pressing. Usually just a latency issue, there are instances in survival games like DayZ were hackers are able to completely takeover your avatar. And if this Reddit user's story checks out, the famous glitch may start to reappear in everyone's favourite Battle Royale homage.

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With its creators now comfortably rolling all the way to the bank, so to speak, they're making sure to announce major sales milestones of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The latest? They've officially pushed 10 million copies onto player's hard drives.