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Animal Crossing: New Horizons – New Fish And Bugs In April

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has tons of fish and bugs to catch all day, every day, but not all of them are available year-round. It’s April and that means there are new seasonal fish and bugs to fill up your museum and your Critterpedia.

Some of the new fish and bugs arriving in April will be around for a few months, but for some, this month will be your last chance to catch them for a while. April also sees the arrival of a few Animal Crossing newcomers, like the Madagascan Sunset Moth, which–unlike its nocturnal counterparts–can be spotted during the day.

For a more comprehensive list of Animal Crossing’s wildlife, check out our fish and bug guides, where you’ll find tips on how to catch them, how weather affects availability, and more.

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  • Southern Hemisphere
    • New Fish In April
    • New Bugs In April
    • Here are all the new fish and bugs coming to Animal Crossing: New Horizons in April.

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      New Fish In April

      Fish Time Location Price
      Butterfly Fish All day Ocean 1,000
      Clownfish All day Ocean 650
      Crawfish All day Pond 200
      Guppy 9 AM – 4 PM River 1,300
      Killifish All day Pond 200
      Neon Tetra 4 AM – 4 PM River 500
      Sea Horse All day Ocean 1,100
      Snapping Turtle 9 PM – 4 AM River 5,000
      Surgeonfish All day Ocean 1,000
      Zebra Turkeyfish All day Ocean 500

      New Bugs In April

      Bug Time Location Price
      Agris Butterfly 8 AM – 5 PM Flying 3,000
      Atlas Moth 7 PM – 4 AM Tree 3,000
      Common Bluebottle 4 AM – 7 PM Flying 300
      Darner Dragonfly 8 AM – 5 PM Flying 230
      Flea All day On a flea-infested villager 70
      Giant Water Bug 7 PM – 8 AM Rivers and ponds 2,000
      Jewel Beetle All day Tree 2,400
      Long Locust 8 AM – 7 PM Ground 200
      Madagascan Sunset Moth 8 AM – 4 PM Flying 2,500
      Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing 8 AM – 5 PM Near black, blue, or purple flowers 2,500

      Southern Hemisphere

      New Fish In April

      Fish Time Location Price
      Dab All day Ocean 300
      Yellow Perch All day River 300

      New Bugs In April

      Bug Time Location Price
      Ladybug 8 AM – 5 PM Flowers 200

      For more Animal Crossing: New Horizons tips and tricks, hit up more of our guides below or check out our Animal Crossing guides hub for an at-a-glance roundup.

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Here's The Best, Greatest, Dumbest April Fools' Gags This Year

It’s April 1, and as foretold on the ancient tablets that can mean only one thing: The internet is even more full of lies than usual, except today we call them “pranks.” The video game industry isn’t quite as active in the holiday merriment this year due to, you know, everything, but some studios are still getting in on the goofs.

Check out some of the best pranks this year, and leave a comment if you spot any that we haven’t.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Makes Shipment Even More Cramped

The notoriously tiny map Shipment is now playable in 10v10 teams, making for a wildly frantic match.

Overwatch: The Eyes Have It

Overwatch got in on the act a little early by putting craft store-style googly eyes on all of its characters, and even some ultimates like Hanzo’s Ultimate ability.

PUBG Gets Fantasy Makeover

The realistic battle royale shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds went a whole new direction, with a “limited-time game mode” that pits trash can knights against spellcasting wizards. But hidden in the silliness is a crafting system that PUBG Corp says it may implement in the actual game.

Pokemon Go Gets Tricky

The April Fool’s prank for Pokemon Go is relatively friendly, giving you a chance to catch some monsters you might otherwise be missing. For a limited time, “Tricky” Pokemon (like Voltorb, Ditto, Sudowoodo, and Foongus) will appear more often than usual.

Pokemon Masters Gets Nostalgic

Not to be outdone, the other Pokemon mobile game, Pokemon Masters, has replaced its main theme with the Pokemon Center music from the original Pokemon Red and Blue.

Honey, I Shrunk The For Honor

Ubisoft sent out a teaser about miniaturizing its live combat game, For Honor, with a new “Mini Edition.” The little itty-bitty samurai are kind of cute.

Platinum Games’ Fourth Announcement Is… A Prank?

Platinum Games may be the winner for the most prep work. It’s been teasing a fourth game announcement for months and today it put out a trailer suggesting it was all leading to an April Fools’ gag.

Codemasters Gets Dirty

The studio behind the Dirt series introduced a new spin-off of the popular franchise: Dirt Rollers, a marble racing game.

Darkest Dungeon Gets Even Darker

The Darkest Dungeon Twitter teased a new hero vs hero Arena Fights mode.

Zombie Army Gets GBA Port

Now in beautiful dot matrix green.

Playtonic Makes A Game Announcement

On a more serious note…

Some developers have abstained from April Fools this year but put out statements urging their fans to be safe and look out for each other.

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Nintendo Switch Online Members: Play Arms Free Right Now

Nintendo surprised fans with a Direct Mini this week, releasing a slew of information about new and upcoming Switch games. The 30-minute video covered a ton of games, including a new perk available right now for subscribers to Nintendo Switch Online, the company’s online membership. Through April 6, subscribers can access a free trial for Arms, a fighting game released in 2017 where fighters battle using extendable, customizable arms. The free play period includes access to the full game.

The free play period coincides with news that an Arms fighter is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This will be Challenger Pack 6, the first new character as part of Fighter Pass 2. The Arms fighter will be available in Smash sometime this June.

In Arms, up to four players can choose a fighter and battle together at once. The extendable arms can perform standard actions like punching, throwing, blocking, and dodging, and each fighter also has unique combat abilities. You can also charge up your attacks and customize your arms, which have various weights and elemental attributes that affect your gameplay.

Arms was one of the first games released after the Nintendo Switch itself launched in 2017, earning a 7/10 in GameSpot’s Arms review. “As a quirky Nintendo take on fighting games, Arms doesn’t start off on the right foot,” wrote editor Kallie Plagge. “Its unique fighting mechanics are hard to get used to, and learning its unusual controls and cadence can initially be frustrating. But once you wrap your head around the basics, you begin to recognize what it takes to win–clumsy punches become complex counters, and reacting to your opponent becomes instinctive as you settle into Arms’ peculiar pacing. If you can get past its unavoidable learning curve, you’ll find that Arms packs a fighting challenge that’s unlike anything you’ve played before and is fun in ways you wouldn’t expect.”

The temporary free play period is the latest perk for subscribers to Switch Online, which is required to access online multiplayer in games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Overwatch, and more. The membership also gets you access to a hefty library of classic NES and SNES games on Nintendo Switch. The pricing levels include one month for $4, three months for $8, and one year for $20, significantly cheaper than similar services like PS Plus and Xbox Live Gold. You can pick up a three-month or one-year individual subscription at Amazon or sign up directly at Nintendo. If you know a lot of other people who play Switch, a family membership is the most cost-effective option. A one-year family membership sells for $35, but you can add up to eight Nintendo accounts, allowing you to split the cost with others.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Campsite Guide — Inviting Villagers And Using Amiibo

One of the locations you can unlock in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the campsite. From time to time, random villagers may come to your campsite, and from there you can even invite them to live on your island. The campsite is also a major part of New Horizons’ Amiibo integration, which we’ll explain more in this guide.

Below you’ll find information on how to unlock the campsite on your island and invite villagers to camp there. If you’re curious about how to unlock or upgrade other buildings, check out our Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide hub, where we have more guides on the various visitors, buildings, equipment, and critters in New Horizons, plus tips on how to make money. Be sure to read our review in progress as well!

How To Get The Campsite

In order to unlock the campsite, you’ll first have to complete the Resident Services building, which is a multi-step process that we outline in our Resident Services guide. The earliest you can get the campsite is on the eighth day you play (and it won’t even be built until the ninth), so don’t worry if you haven’t gotten there yet.

Once the Resident Services building is complete, go inside. In a bid to attract more residents to the island, Tom Nook will ask you to help construct a campsite for the town. Like with other buildings, he’ll give you a kit and let you pick out a plot of land for the campsite; you won’t have to contribute any bells or crafting materials to build it.

Like with most other buildings, after you’ve placed the campsite plans down on your island, construction will begin and will take the entire day to complete. The campsite will be done the next day, but there’s no guarantee you will get a visitor right away.

How To Invite Villagers To Live On Your Island

The first time a villager visits your campsite, you’ll be able to invite them to live on your island. Tom Nook will give you a housing kit and let you pick out a plot of land for them to move to; this will unlock the ability to pre-place housing plots ahead of time so villagers can continue to move in. After this, you’ll only be able to invite campers to live on your island if you a) have fewer than 10 villagers living on your island and b) have an open housing plot available for them. It appears that campers will only visit in the first place if these conditions are met as well.

How Do Amiibo Work?

Once your first camper moves in, you’ll be able to use Animal Crossing Amiibo or Amiibo cards at the Nook Stop machine in Resident Services to invite the associated villager to visit your campsite. Just interact with the machine and select the new Amiibo option to then scan the Amiibo or Amiibo card.

Villagers you invite in this way will ask you to craft them something, and even then, they may not agree to move to your island. Note that you can’t invite certain characters, like Tom Nook and Isabelle, to your campsite.

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Pokemon World Championships 2020 Canceled

The official Pokemon World Championships 2020 has been canceled. Event organizers cite public health guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic as the cause for the cancellation, and have laid out plans for the next year–which will carry over any earned championship points from this season.

In a note on the official site, the Pokemon Company announced that all sanctioned competitive events are suspended. That includes smaller events like League and Club challenges, as well as the 2020 North American International Championships (previously scheduled for June 26-28) and the Pokemon World Championship finals (previously scheduled for August 14-16 in London).

No more points will be awarded for this season, but all points earned so far in the 2020 season will roll over to the 2021 season, and all invitations for the 2020 finals will be honored in 2021.

“In the meantime, we want to thank our millions of players, fans, organizers, and Professors around the world for their continued support and understanding during these unique circumstances,” the statement says. “The Pokémon International Championships and Pokémon World Championships are very special occasions for us, and we know how much they mean to the global Play! Pokémon community. We would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of all our competitors, Professors, and event organizers during the 2020 Play! Pokémon season. We hope that the spirit of friendship and community that are the hallmarks of our amazing fans and these events continue during this challenging time, and that you take care of yourselves and of each other. We can’t wait to see you and celebrate with you again.”

The 2020 championships would have been the first competitive finals since the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield, which came out in November 2019. That means the next Pokemon World Championships will take place after the release of both the Isle of Armor and Crown Tundra expansions.

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Overwatch's April Fools' Update Has Its Googly Eyes On You

Overwatch has always provided a steady stream of free updates that add limited-time events and new characters, but the latest may be the greatest yet. A new April Fools’ update to the game appears to keep all the regular gameplay and systems intact, but adds a little something special to each character: googly eyes.

Yes, like the little plastic ones you get from a craft store.

Each character has a googly-eyed makeover, making them look much sillier than their usual selves. In fact, the more aggressive and threatening the original character, the better they look with googly eyes. Take a look at Doomfist, for example:

Just perfection.

The zaniness even appears to apply to some Ultimate abilities, as seen in the tweet below. Blizzard didn’t formally announce this update, so there’s no telling how long it will last–but at least until April 2 is a pretty safe bet.

Meanwhile, the new character Echo is available to play on the public test realm on PC, and an ongoing limited-time event lets you earn a special Doomfist skin. Of course, the impact of the new skin is slightly reduced by the googly-eyed silliness, but that will pass. Probably.

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The Outer Worlds Gets June Nintendo Switch Release Date

Back in February, the Nintendo Switch version of The Outer Worlds was delayed because of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as port developer Virtuous has offices in Singapore and China. The pandemic continues, but the Switch port has a new release date this June.

The Outer Worlds will release for Nintendo Switch on June 5, and it will be available as both a digital download and a physical cartridge. The physical version, which was not originally planned, will require an additional patch on launch day that will take up to 6 GB of space, and it adds higher-resolution textures and other gameplay improvements.

“We appreciate your dedication to the Board,” Obsidian said in an in-character update post on its website. “And remember: it’s not the best choice, it’s Spacer’s Choice!”

The Outer Worlds first came to Xbox One, PS4, and PC in October 2019. The game was in development prior to the studio’s acquisition by Microsoft, and it isn’t clear if a potential follow-up would also release for these systems or would only be on Xbox and PC platforms.

Despite the Switch delay, The Outer Worlds had already managed to sell 2 million units by February. The shorter role-playing shooter drew clear influence from the Fallout series — for which Obsidian created Fallout: New Vegas — and it received a warm reception. In GameSpot’s The Outer Worlds review, Edmond Tran was particularly fond of the game’s storytelling, world, and art design.

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Animal Crossing’s social media explosion leaves some fans frustrated, jealous

At its best, Animal Crossing is a contemplative series about small moments. The Nintendo franchise emphasizes simple pleasures, like sitting on a tree stump and admiring the rosy caress of a sunset, or listening to the comforting patter of rain under the protective embrace of an umbrella. But social media and its rapid-fire updates have changed the nature of the idyllic games for some fans playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

“I feel shabby and inadequate,” says player Devon Gozjolko, who spoke with Polygon over email — alongside dozens of other players — about what it’s like to see other Animal Crossing fans share elaborate designs on social media.

“Every time I get on Twitter I see posts from both friends and internet people I follow who have these either incredibly ornate or certifiably insane setups on their island, and it honestly feels terrible, like, who did I think I was buying this game?” says New Horizons player Patrick LaBelle.

The more people see each others’ games — the gorgeous rooms they are building, the fancy furniture and knickknacks they’re acquiring, the monumental towns they’re decorating, and the cool characters they are unlocking — the more it becomes impossible not to compare yourself to others. It’s like the Instagram effect that comes with seeing what rad time other people are having and then feeling bad about your comparatively boring life, but applied to a video game.

Prior to 2020, Animal Crossing was definitely a successful franchise, but it was also somewhat of a sleeper hit relative to mainstream franchises like Call of Duty or FIFA. In the last couple of weeks, that’s changed. Celebrities are playing New Horizons. Animal Crossing has taken over TikTok, and, bread baking aside, it is possibly the most pervasive non-COVID-19 thing lighting up social media feeds.

The big change comes down to a single button. Where before Animal Crossing was relegated to handheld consoles with limited and cumbersome online functionality, the Nintendo Switch has a dedicated “share” function that allows people to upload screenshots and video clips. This feature has catapulted Animal Crossing into the public view in a way the series has never seen before, much like Pokémon Sword and Shield before it. Beyond colonizing feeds, for the first time ever, Animal Crossing has a pronounced presence on Twitch and YouTube. The newfound Animal Crossing phenomenon will undoubtedly be great for Nintendo’s bottom line, but it also means the fandom is expanding and changing in an unexpected way.

Animal Crossing’s viewers on Twitch on a random Tuesday morning are nearly comparable to Fortnite.
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Beto Uribe, another player, summarizes the prevalent sense of FOMO and insecurities on social media when he remarks, “I love Animal Crossing but it can be a really stressful game at times.”

Some readers tell Polygon that with the pandemic requiring social isolation, they find themselves having more time than usual to devote to New Horizons. Others, like Ronnie Palmieri, find themselves trying to balance childcare, keeping a business afloat in uncertain waters, and playing New Horizons.

“I’ve not managed to get as much playing in as I like,” Palmieri tells Polygon. It’s a cross-generational problem. Nina Hucke, who is in college, says that while she has to worry about exams and homework, siblings, and friends who have either lost work or are under quarantine — and thus have more time to devote to the game right now.

And in Animal Crossing, where the clock progresses in real time and most of the features are gated behind specific days, missing a day or not being able to log in during certain hours can totally change or halt your experience.

Many players are also jumping in for the first time, or making the transition from the mobile Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp only to find that Animal Crossing is a series with a bevy of hidden mechanics that it never even hints at, like flower hybrids or money trees. Veterans know all kinds of minutia that allows them to acquire Bells faster, or to make more beautiful landscapes. These returnees will share their progress on social media, only to surprise newbies with things they never knew were an option.

“It feels like I tripped out of the starting gate of a race, and now I’m trying to keep running on a twisted ankle,” says Emily Vignapiano, who is relatively new to the franchise and therefore only now learning about its many secrets.

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Perhaps the most cited source of frustration in my chats with players is the issue of “time traveling,” where some players will fast-forward their Nintendo Switch clock to trick the game into believing days have passed. Most fans tell Polygon that they have zero issue with others playing the game how they want, as it is their prerogative, but that seeing people share their subsequent creations on social media can be deflating when they gaze upon their own comparatively shabby islands.

“When I look on Twitter and see people with seemingly full neighborhoods, big houses with tons of cool furniture and knickknacks, and largely furnished museums, it makes me feel like I’m playing the game incorrectly,” says player Samuel Martinelli, who does not time travel.

Even worse, sometimes the game itself will be stingy in its rewards thanks to its random nature. During my first few days of playtime, my shops only sold things I found ugly or unnecessary, so it took me a little while to start building up an island with an aesthetic that I liked. Apparently, I’m not alone in this experience with poor randomization, with some players spawning islands with few resource-providing rocks, lackluster villagers, or terrible shop options.

“I wanted to play this game to escape not have it be a real world simulator filled with have and have nots,” says player Adam Lambert.

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Some of this can be remedied via multiplayer, where players can trade items with one another. But not all players have this luxury. Some fans tell Polygon that they feel bad for not having many Nintendo Switch friends to play with, or for choosing to enjoy the game as a solitary experience.

Chris Estrada, a public affairs officer who is currently deployed in the National Guard, says that his Wi-Fi in the barracks isn’t very good — which can impact his ability to do things like collect more native fruit, or gain a wider store inventory via friends.

“One of the shining qualities of this game is that it allows you to go at your own pace, but I definitely get that FOMO whenever I’m browsing Discord,” Estrada tells Polygon. He knows there’s technically no wrong way to play the game, but all the same, other player’s progression and built-in knowledge has left him feeling like he’s in the “Stone Age.”

It’s a situation that has pushed many players to change their habits around social media. Some, like Elice Leung, have muted Discord channels or entire keywords on social media, if not outright using platforms like Twitter less. The thing is, fans often “don’t tag their screenshots,” Leung says, which can make avoiding spoilers difficult.

While Animal Crossing doesn’t have a story, it is full of tiny moments and details that liven up its world — and then go on to be social media catnip. For players wanting to preserve the full experience, that’s a problem.

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“I can’t help but feel just a tiny bit disappointed every time I see something cool on Twitter that I didn’t find myself,” says Alexis De Girolami, a developer enjoying the game.

While some wrestle with their feelings about progression, spoilers, and their in-game self-worth, others are using social media posts as inspiration for what they’ll eventually be able to accomplish.

“I see people with all these cool features that I get to unlock myself, [and] I get to know what’s ahead and earn them myself,” says Twitter user @gracerem_. “Seeing other folks having features just makes me want it more.”

Player John Axon, meanwhile, is using that pervasive feeling of missing out as an opportunity to be a “mentor” to others in-game. Axon was gifted a shovel by a friend earlier than he was supposed to have one — and now he’s passing it forward with other friends who are a bit behind, something he’s excited about.

Even so, there’s this nagging feeling for some fans that perhaps the mainstream attention and subsequent rat race it’s inspired to get everything as fast as possible has taken away some of what made Animal Crossing special in the first place.

“It reminds me exactly of the time I heard some asshole CEO bragging about taking special vitamins that allowed him to ‘meditate faster,’” says player Anthony Ransom. “It’s just missing the point.”

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Overwatch April Fools Update Has Its Eyes On You (Its Googly Eyes, Specifically)

Overwatch has always provided a steady stream of free updates that add limited-time events and new characters, but the latest may be the greatest yet. A new April Fools’ update to the game appears to keep all the regular gameplay and systems intact, but adds a little something special to each character: googly eyes.

Yes, like the little plastic ones you get from a craft store.

Each character has a googly-eyed makeover, making them look much sillier than their usual selves. In fact, the more aggressive and threatening the original character, the better they look with googly eyes. Take a look at Doomfist, for example:

Just perfection.

Blizzard didn’t formally announce this update, so there’s no telling how long it will last–but at least until April 2 is a pretty safe bet.

Meanwhile, the new character Echo is available to play on the public test realm on PC, and an ongoing limited-time event lets you earn a special Doomfist skin. Of course, the impact of the new skin is slightly reduced by the googly-eyed silliness, but that will pass. Probably.

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This Fantastic Sale On Steam Games Includes Resident Evil 3, Trials Of Mana Pre-Order Discounts

If you’ve been stuck at home and need some games to keep you occupied, then there have been a whole bunch of great offers over the past few weeks, including a lot of free games you can claim right now and keep forever. There have also been a lot of great sales, and the latest one at Fanatical is selling Steam games at excellent discounts.

You can currently pre-order Resident Evil 3 for $47.18, down from the original price of $60. It releases this Friday, April 3, and is a remake of the original RE3 from 1999. Additionally, you can snag some pretty incredible deals on Borderlands 3 on Steam for $28.19 and Metro Exodus on Steam for $24.

Trials of Mana pre-orders are going for $42.49, down from the regular price of $50. It’s a remake of the game also known as Seiken Densetsu 3, which originally released on the Super Famicom (or SNES) in Japan. It didn’t make its way to North America until last year’s Collection of Mana hit the Switch, and now you’ll be able to play the 3D remake when it releases on April 24.

There are a number of Square Enix-published games discounted on Fanatical right now. Some of its best Western-developed series see great deals, including Deus Ex, Just Cause, and Tomb Raider. You can also grab Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for $3, which comes with graphical enhancements over the original and all of its DLC. It’s a fantastic open-world game with exciting action and an awesome hand-to-hand fighting system–if you like the Batman: Arkham games, you’ll like what Sleeping Dogs does to expand on the punch-and-counter melee combat.

Fanatical always has a lot of deals on Steam games, and some interesting create-your-own bundles, so be sure to check out the full site for the entire slate of discounts.

Best Steam game deals on Fanatical

  • Trials of Mana — $42.49 ($50)
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  • Just Cause 2 — $1.49 ($15)
  • Just Cause 3 — $2.79 ($20)
  • Just Cause 4 — $24 ($60)
  • Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light — $1.39 ($10)
  • Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris — $4.59 ($20)
  • Life Is Strange: Complete Season — $4 ($20)
  • Life Is Strange: Before the Storm — $4.92 ($17)
  • Life Is Strange 2: Complete Season — $20 ($40)
  • Metro Exodus — $24 ($40)
  • Murdered: Soul Suspect — $6 ($20)
  • Resident Evil 3 — $47.18 ($60)
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Collection — $13.79 ($60)
  • Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition — $3 ($20)
  • Tomb Raider — $3 ($20)

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