Month: December 2020

Spread the love       Tweet    After I previewed Drawn to Life: Two Realms, I was excited to continue the calming, charming, and slightly nostalgic worlds that the game had to offer. In fact, I noted that if the game was able to keep up the methodical introduction of player freedom and puzzle elements I experienced in the
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Spread the love       Tweet    These days, it’s no surprise when a game gets delayed. After all, we’re still in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic that has thrown more than a few hardships at studios working to develop video games. So, when Lightning Games announced the delay for ANNO: Mutationem today, it was almost expected. Plus,
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Spread the love       Tweet    This weekend, Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 is kicking off. It’ll be a week-long extravaganza of speedrunning, full of classic titles and raising money for a great cause. All donations raised during the event go to the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Last year, the event raised $3.16 million over the course of the
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Spread the love       Tweet    Hiroshi Matsuyama, CEO of CyberConnect2, said the development of the Demon Slayer PS4 game, Kimetsu no Yaiba Hinokami Keppuutan, is going super well, with new news coming soon. On December 31, CyberConnect2 held a special New Year’s Eve 2020 live stream, featuring Hiroshi Matsuyama but also Katsuhira Harada from Bandai Namco. They
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Spread the love       Tweet    Former Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime revealed earlier this year that Kanye West approached him at an E3 “many years ago” in hopes of collaborating with the company on making a game. First reported by Nintendo Everything, this information came from Fils-Aime’s podcast with gaming journalist Harold Goldberg, Talking Games With Reggie
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Spread the love       Tweet    Yorokobe shounen, over a decade after its initial announcement, Type-Moon announced the Tsukihime Remake, Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-, is coming in Summer 2021 on PS4 and Switch. Type-Moon held a special Fate Project New Year’s Eve Special 2020 TV program on December 31, revealing a trailer for Tsukihime Remake
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Spread the love       Tweet    It’s been difficult not to compare Back 4 Blood to Left 4 Dead. Beyond similar naming schemes, they’re both co-op zombie shooters with multiple similarities. Even watching Back 4 Blood‘s gameplay reveal from this past Game Awards show makes it easy to draw comparisons. However, in a new video developer Turtle Rock explains its vision for Back 4
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Spread the love       Tweet    It’s now been around a month and a half since Sony’s next-gen console released. Although the consoles have been incredibly hard to come by, the PS5 still had an extremely successful launch. To celebrate just how successful the launch was, it looks as though Sony has sent out special commemorative jackets to
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    Devolver Digital’s 2021 is already starting to look very stacked. Alongside a host of previously announced titles, the esteemed indie publisher is now teasing a further five new, unannounced games for next year. In a typically Devolver tweet, the company said: “Which of the five unannounced Devolver Digital games releasing next year
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    It goes without saying, video games are for everyone regardless of their age or abilities. We are continuously seeing the older generation become more visible within the games industry and this is always a wholesome experience to watch. While most streamers consist of the younger generation, we’ve seen streamers like Shirley Curry
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2020 (thankfully) comes to a close, the DualShockers staff is coming together to share their personal favorite games throughout the year. Unlike our official Game of the Year Awards, each of these lists is meant to reflect which games stood out personally to each of our staff members. Additionally, any game
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Spread the love       Tweet    Yoko Taro announced he’s working on two new games with Square Enix producer Yosuke Saito, as pointed out by Japanese blog Game’s Talk alongside several Japanese Twitter users. V Jump and Famitsu is currently holding a “Game industry end of the year party 2020” special talk show stream on Niconico. With several
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Spread the love       Tweet    Since a delay in January of this year and a few details about ray tracing and lighting effects, news on Dying Light 2 has been extremely quiet. Techland’s incredibly ambitious zombie survival game has joined the likes of Dead Island 2 in having extended periods of radio silence. However, if a post
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Spread the love       Tweet    2020 has been a very strange year for all the publishers and retailers that deal with physical versions of the game, but it’s going to end very soon, with FIFA 21 leading the UK’s boxed sales chart in the very last week of this year. Once again, another set of discounts for
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Spread the love       Tweet    All of the Stories from the Outlands shorts the team at Respawn has put together have been pretty great. However, the latest Apex Legends short is, for my money, the best one they’ve done thus far. The noir-themed trailer features everyone’s favorite robot Pathfinder and a new character named Victor Maldera. Check
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Spread the love       Tweet    Using data obtained through the ongoing private Closed Beta Test, and with additional feedback from players, miHoYo published more changes for Zhongli in Version 1.3 of Genshin Impact (PC, PS4, PS5, Mobile, Switch TBD). This is in addition to the previously published buff and adjustments for Zhongli and all Geo characters. Note
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Spread the love  0    Tweet    If there’s one thing I love it’s giant robots punching each other. So when Override: Mech City Brawl was released in 2018, I was very excited to check it out. It ultimately proved to be a very fun, if a little bare, multiplayer brawler where mechs have fistfights in various stages. Now,
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Spread the love       Tweet    As 2020 (thankfully) comes to a close, the DualShockers staff is coming together to share their personal favorite games throughout the year. Unlike our official Game of the Year Awards, each of these lists is meant to reflect which games stood out personally to each of our staff members. Additionally, any game
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Spread the love       Tweet    Last Monday, indie masterpiece Stardew Valley received its biggest ever update. While the update initially only released on PC, developer ConcernedApe has shared some exciting information for console players who, by the looks of things, won’t have to wait too much longer. In a tweet, ConcernedApe said: The 1.5 update will be
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Spread the love       Tweet    Prior to the launch of the next-generation Xbox Series X | S this year, Xbox’s subscription service has been coined by many as a fantastic deal for gamers. Throughout the year we’ve seen numerous big-name games hit the service, such as Red Dead Redemption 2 for a small period of time. To coincide with
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