Gabe Gurwin

    Gabe Gurwin

    Gabe Gurwin has been playing games since 1997, beginning with the N64 and the Super Nintendo. He began his journalism career back in 2010 while still in high school, and subsequently graduated summa cum laude from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism in 2016.

    In addition to video games, Gabe has also covered television, film, and music, and he has done everything from news to reviews and video work. You can follow him on Twitter @GamingAngelGabe.

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    Amazon has great deal on new-and-improved Nintendo Switch ahead of the holidays

    Amazon is currently offering the new Nintendo Switch model with a better battery life for about $24 off its standard price. The sale comes just before the release of Luigi's Mansion 3.
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    Destiny 2: Where to find Xur for the weekend of October 18

    The weekly vendor in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep always brings some of the toughest loot to find in the game. Here's everything you need to know to track down Xur.
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    The best free FPS games you can play right now

    We all know about Halo and Call of Duty by now, but what about quality titles that won't cost you upward of $60? Check out our picks for the best free first-person shooter games from Paladins to Quake Champions.
    Gaming

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — everything we know

    Infinity Ward and Activision have officially revealed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Rather than a remake of the original game, it will be a reimagined take on the iconic first-person shooter series.
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    These are the must-have PlayStation games we want to see on PS5

    Sony's PlayStation 5 is due to release in 2020, and it's sure to have plenty of must-have games. These are the PS5 games we want to see, including sequels to beloved Sony-exclusive franchises.
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    Microsoft needs to bring these games to the Xbox Scarlett

    Microsoft is set to release its next-generation Xbox console, currently known as Xbox Scarlett or Project Scarlett, in 2020. These are the games that Xbox Scarlett needs to have in order to succeed.