Month: October 2019

Spread the love       Tweet    Disco Elysium has quickly picked up quite a bit of critical buzz as an indie RPG that’s pushing the boundaries of the genre in some interesting ways. Unfortunately for console owners, the experience is currently only available on PC. However, that may be changing soon. As revealed by Escapist Magazine, lead developer
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Spread the love       Tweet    Nintendo reported its second-quarter operating profits on October 31, giving us the first official numbers on the Nintendo Switch Lite. The second-quarter starts with July and ends with September. The Nintendo Switch Lite launched on September 20, and it sold 1,95 million units in that quarter. It means Nintendo sold 1,95 units
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Spread the love       Tweet    During a third-party sizzle reel during Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct, it was revealed that SEGA and Creative Assembly’s Alien: Isolation would be coming to Nintendo Switch with the help of Feral Interactive. That being said, not much has been heard about this port since then. In the spirit of Halloween, Feral Interactive
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Spread the love       Tweet    To coincide with the spookiest day of the year, developer Red Barrels, the team behind both Outlast and its sequel, have started to seemingly tease what it will be working on next. In a new tweet this morning, Red Barrels shared an image of what seems to be the studio’s next game. The image
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Spread the love       Tweet    In light of the success of Apex Legends this year, which has now surpassed 70 million players, some have started to question whether or not EA and Respawn would continue to make another proper Titanfall game or if Apex would simply be the main title in this universe moving forward. According to EA, while
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Spread the love       Tweet    After surpassing 100 million PS4 units sold just a few months back, Sony today announced that the PS4 has now passed yet another milestone with its latest sales total. Sony revealed today that another 2.8 million PS4 units were shipped around the world during the company’s most recent quarter of its fiscal
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Spread the love       Tweet    Infinity Ward and Activision released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PC, PS4, and Xbox One last Friday and despite a bit of controversy the game has ultimately been quite successful. Activision CEO Bobby Kotick even compared its success to the box office opening of Joker, for some reason. According to Activision,
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Spread the love       Tweet    Back in August, Respawn ran a very popular, limited-time Solo mode for their exceptional battle royale game Apex Legends. With the mode’s two-week run being so well-received, it’s no surprise that the team is trying their hand at another in-demand mode. Next week, Apex is adding Duos to the mix for another
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Spread the love       Tweet    Yesterday, during EA’s prepared remarks for investors following the company’s release of its quarterly financial results, we learned quite a bit about what we can expect from their lineup next year. In forward-looking statements for the Fiscal Year 2021, which begins on April 1, 2020, EA promised to not only release new
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Spread the love       Tweet    Matt Trobbiani, the developer behind 2015’s excellent Hacknet, recently revealed to the world the new game he’s working on: Wrestledunk Sports. After this, no one can say that Trobbiani is afraid to take risks. Wrestledunk Sports is nothing like the immersive, narrative-heavy hacking simulator he put out four years ago. Instead, it’s
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Spread the love       Tweet    Today’s news out of EA Sports is both disappointing and completely expected. The studio canceled NBA Live 20, marking the fourth time this has happened in the last decade. As reported by Polygon, EA chief executive Andrew Wilson told investors that the team was going to move development to next-gen consoles and
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Spread the love       Tweet    10 years ago today, the original Bayonetta was released in Japan by PlatinumGames and SEGA. It became a benchmark release for not only PlatinumGames’ titles but the action genre as a whole. While we are still waiting to hear more about Bayonetta 3, which was announced in 2017, PlatinumGames is still celebrating
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Spread the love       Tweet    While the PS4 is still going strong, Sony definitely is looking at what comes next. Earlier this month, they pulled back the curtain on PlayStation 5 further, confirming its name as well as the fact that it will release during Holiday 2020 alongside Microsoft’s Project Scarlett and the Intellivision Amico. Today, it
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Spread the love       Tweet    My first memories of the Super Monkey Ball franchise were that of wonder and excitement. With an interesting take on one of my favorite genres, platformers, it was a colorful and lively series that would undoubtedly be recalled in the future with nothing short of fondness. My second memory of the Super
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Spread the love       Tweet    Bandai Namco revealed new gameplay for Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, showing Majin Vegeta during the Buu arc. We get to see Vegeta exploring part of the map, fighting some Babidi mooks and then Majin Buu. Bandai Namco also released another trailer summarizing the game flow in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, explaining the
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