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Yellow Wild-Force Ranger Taylor Earnhardt soars into Legacy wars

nWay has released a new Ranger for their Power Rangers based, mobile fighting game ‘Power Rangers: Legacy Wars’. Being a big fan of Power Rangers this has me quite excited as ‘Wild-Force’ is one of my all-time favorite seasons. Released as an ‘Epic’ rarity character, Taylor has an arsenal of low cost abilities that help […]

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New information on the upcoming mobile game ‘Kingdom Hearts Dark Road’

Late January Square Enix announced a new mobile installment for the Kingdom Hearts series originally titled ‘Project Xehanort’, later being officially named ‘Kingdom Hearts Dark Road’ after a guess the name contest held on their twitter. Today, Square Enix revealed that ‘Kingdom Hearts Dark Road’ will not actually have it’s own app yet will be […]

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Cyberpunk 2077 Delayed until September

Cyberpunk 2077, the much anticipated game from CD Projekt RED, has been delayed until September 17, 2020. If you don’t know what this game is about, check out the trailer here. In the announcement, they say that “…the game is complete and playable, but there is still work to be done.” This is in reference […]

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Is the skatepark back in business? — Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games possibly being remade

If you were around in the late-90’s and early-2000’s, you’ll most likely remember just how big of a deal the Tony Hawk game franchise was.  It brought skateboarding games to mainstream success thanks to its easy-to-pick-up gameplay, memorable music, and skatepark-sized amount of replay value.  And despite a nasty bail in the form of Tony Hawk’s […]

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Graveyard Keeper DLC Stranger Sins Releases

Graveyard Keeper’s brand new DLC, Stranger Sins, releases today adding several hours of content and a bar to run. The game’s Steam page promises 4 to 8 more hours of game-play, the ability to run your own tavern, new quests and character from NPC’s, background story from 200 years ago and more. Lazy Bear Games […]

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Opinion: Politics in Video Games

Politics in video games: an aberration, or inevitability? First and foremost, the following text (and rant) is strictly my opinion and doesn’t represent the stance of Silver Soul Gaming. I think that most people nowadays agree that now video games have become a form of art. Not only that, but they also became a widespread […]

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Sony Announces Next Console Called PlayStation 5 and Details Controller Changes

Sony has confirmed its next generation console will be called the PlayStation 5 and discussed some controller changes as well. Sony confirmed the PS5 name and release date before Holiday 2020 on its own blog. It also detailed two big changes for the controller in the form of haptic feedback to simulate different gameplay experiences. […]

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Destiny 2 Year 3 First Impressions

As of this writing, I’ve been playing Destiny 2 Year 3 for 12 hours. There are very good things, and some not so good things. Grab your ship, we’re going for a ride. The Moon How are things now on the moon? Well, in short, it’s hell. The geography has gotten even worse with giant […]

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Sony Cross-Play Available to All Games

In yesterday’s Wired article announcing the price drop of PlayStation Now, an interesting bit at the end apparently also announced cross-play is available to all games. While the focus of the article was the big changes that came to PS Now, like God of War and other major first party games now available on the […]

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Pokemon Sword and Shield Add Autosaving

Gameinformer reported yesterday that the upcoming Pokemon Sword and Shield games will feature autosaving. It will be the first time in the franchise’s 20-plus year history players don’t have to pause the game to save. During an interview with game director Shigeru Ohmori, it was only mentioned for the open-world Wild Area, but later clarified […]