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PlayStation Ending Twitter/X Integration Next Week

In a surprising move, PlayStation announced that it will be discontinuing Twitter/X integration starting next week. The decision, while unexpected, hints at the gaming giant’s evolving strategy. Players will have to bid farewell to the seamless sharing of their gaming adventures, but new possibilities may await on the horizon. Stay tuned for what PlayStation has in store for the future!

Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition Hits PS5 Next Week, PC Next Year

Get ready for an extraordinary adventure as Horizon Forbidden West: Complete Edition finally arrives on PS5 next week, followed by its PC debut next year. Brace yourself to step into a breathtaking world filled with mystery and danger, where the past and future collide in a thrilling saga unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Embark on an epic journey that will leave you craving for more as you uncover the secrets of the Forbidden West. Buckle up and get ready to explore the untamed beauty of a world on the edge of extinction.

Pokémon Presents Returns Next Week With 35 Minutes Of News

Get ready, Pokémon trainers! Brace yourself for the ultimate news extravaganza as Pokémon Presents makes a much-anticipated return next week. With an exciting lineup of announcements, teasers, and surprises, prepare to dive into 35 minutes of captivating Pokémon updates. Mark your calendars and harness your Pokéballs, for this is one event you surely don’t want to miss!

Activision Teases Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III Reveal Next Week

In a tantalizing move sure to excite fans, Activision has set hearts racing by officially teasing the long-awaited reveal of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. Brace yourselves, gamers, as next week promises to be a thrilling and action-packed ride filled with intense anticipation. Stay tuned for more updates on this highly anticipated chapter in the beloved franchise. The countdown begins now!

Game Boy Advance Version Of Fire Emblem Hits Nintendo Switch Online Next Week

Get ready to relive the iconic strategy game of the early 2000s as “Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones” hits Nintendo Switch Online next week. Originally released on the Game Boy Advance in 2004, this fan-favorite is sure to bring nostalgia for veteran players and excitement for new ones. Don’t miss out on the chance to join Eirika and Ephraim in their battle against the evil Grado Empire.

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