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Jen Glennon

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Recent articles by Jen:

'God of War Ragnarok' ending explained: Secret postgame scenes, deaths, and betrayals

'God of War Ragnarok' sees Kratos and Atreus working to stop a terrible prophecy from coming true. How does it all shake out? Spoilers ahead! → Read More

'God of War Ragnarok' beginner's guide: When to use XP and 4 more early-game tips

Kratos and Atreus are back, but they're not in the fighting shape you left them at the end of 'God of War' 2018. Here's how to get back into the groove in Midgard and beyond. → Read More

26 years ago, a cult-classic PS1 game helped launch a Japanese cultural takeover

'PaRappa the Rapper' is an unabashedly weird and adorable music game that paved the way for more offbeat, genre-defying Japanese games to reach overseas audiences. → Read More

Xbox players can finally customize Elite Series controllers with Design Lab

Hardcore gamers want fun colors too. Xbox has finally made it possible to customize its high-end controllers through Design Lab. Here's everything we know. → Read More

'Last of Us' HBO trailer hints the show won't ignore a key romance

The storyline of the 'Left Behind' DLC expansion for 'The Last of Us Part I' will be fair game for the 2023 HBO adaptation. → Read More

'God of War Ragnarok' TGS 2022 trailer in 10 mindblowing images

During a State of Play Showcase ahead of Tokyo Game Show 2022, Santa Monica Studio revealed the wildest, most thrilling teaser yet for 'God of War Ragnarok,' out November 9. → Read More

'Last of Us Part I' safe codes: Combinations, locations, and rewards for every one

During Joel and Ellie’s harrowing journey across the United States in 'The Last of Us Part I,' you’ll stumble across several enticing safes. Here's how to crack 'em. → Read More

How long is 'The Last of Us Part 1'? Chapter list and average time to beat the game

Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic masterpiece is back on PS5. Here's how long you can expect to spend in its broken world. → Read More

'Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series' breathes new life into an underrated gem

There’s something about the late '90s, early '00s era of 2.5D platformers that is uniquely familiar and comforting, and Klonoa has those qualities in spades. → Read More

'Street Fighter 6' adds a brilliant feature every fighting game needs to copy

'Street Fighter 6' includes the option to use vastly simplified controls, allowing more players than ever to get in on the action. → Read More

'Soul Hackers 2' preview: Finally, a cyberpunk game that doesn't suck

'Soul Hackers 2' incorporates elements of the popular Persona video games into an accessible cyberpunk story, but some design decisions may annoy folks looking for a meaty challenge. → Read More

'Sonic Frontiers' is an oddball throwback in the best possible way

The latest installment of Sega’s venerable platforming franchise isn’t what many players were expecting, but it's an intriguing tonal shift for the series. → Read More

Xbox app for Samsung smart TVs hands-on: The future of games is already here

Starting June 30, you won’t need a console to play Xbox games. But how does it play? Here's what we thought after taking the new Samsung smart TV app for a spin. → Read More

'Elden Ring' just exposed a huge problem in games journalism — here's how to fix it

'Elden Ring' launched all the way back in February, and old-guard news outlets are finally taking notice — in the clumsiest possible ways. → Read More

'Nintendo Switch Sports' hands-on impressions: Exactly what you were hoping for

Expect to see this one parked comfortably in the top-ten sales charts for years to come. → Read More

'Chrono Cross' review: Square Enix’s riskiest sequel has goofy charm to spare

Revisiting 'Chrono Cross' in 2022, I found the game far more enjoyable than I’d given it credit for the first time around. → Read More

'Star Trek: Resurgence' could be the franchise's first truly great video game

Most Star Trek-inspired games haven’t delved too deeply into the moral and philosophical aspects of the series — until now. → Read More

'Breath of the Wild 2' new footage hints at a dark fate for Link

Nintendo's March 29 delay announcement didn't include loads of new footage, but a new look at Link's iconic weapon, the Master Sword, set tongues wagging. → Read More

Lumos! 'Hogwarts Legacy' in 8 magical images

We've finally gotten our first good look at Warner Bros. Interactive's long-awaited RPG set in the Harry Potter universe. → Read More

'GTA 5' next-gen includes a feature all legacy games should have

If you pick up a new edition of 'Grand Theft Auto 5,' you'll be able to keep your progress, regardless of which platform you previously played on. → Read More