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Final Fantasy 7 (Triple-A Video Game)

Bringing back a portion of the 1997 Classic up to 2020 standards, this remake reboots the Final Fantasy 7 story with a real-time combat system and a few twists. The Intergrade edition adds some content featuring the character Yuffie Kisaragi.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $1490-$1600 for a new computer geared to run Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade.

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NHL 22 (Triple-A Video Game)

The official video game of the National Hockey League, featuring the current teams.

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Madden NFL 23 (Triple-A Video Game)

The official video game of the NFL.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $370-$600 for a new computer geared to run Madden NFL 23.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle (Triple-A Video Game)

Set in the world of Skyrim, Oblivion, Morrowind, Daggerfall and Arena, The Elder Scrolls Online lets you explore this vast world during the turmoil of the second age. ESO's latest expansion, High Isle, lets you explore the Systres Archipelago, frequented by the Breton court and Amenos, a penal island.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $1090-$1100 for a new computer geared to run The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle.

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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (Triple-A Video Game)

This freshly expanded Massively Multiplayer entry in the Final Fantasy Series introduces additional jobs, races and embark on a new journey as the Warrior of Darkness.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $1090-$1200 for a new computer geared to run Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.

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Ghostwire: Tokyo (Triple-A Video Game)

Rescue your family from a warped Tokyo, its human inhabitants snatched by a supernatural force. Featuring real-life landmarks and taping into Japanese folklore, this game combines modern landscapes and the occult for a really upsetting experience.

Based on official recommended specs, expect to spend $1590-$2200 for a new computer geared to run Ghostwire: Tokyo.