Month: September 2017

If you weren’t sure how you were going to afford all of the excellent releases coming in the next few months, PlayStation has created an option that allows gamers a chance to build their libraries and their credit score. The new PlayStation credit card was unveiled yesterday and comes with a lot of bonuses specifically
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You can get up to 75% off a slew of fantastic titles from Warner Bros. this weekend exclusively on Steam. Some cool deals include the entire F.E.A.R. series for around $13, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition for $7.99, Mad Max for $6.79, Mortal Kombat X for $11.99, and Batman: Arkham Knight Premium Edition for $13.59. Also, the VR title Batman: Arkham VR is
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Fallout: A Post Nuclear Role Playing Game released 20 years ago today, and to celebrate Bethesda has made the game absolutely free on Steam for a very limited amount of time. If you’ve never played the original few games from the series, they’re very different from the sequels created from the ground up by Bethesda Game Studios.
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Monolith Productions and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are continuing to release Middle-earth: Shadow of War commercials belonging to the series focused on the clumsy Thrak the Orc. In two new commercials Thrak babysits Jeff’s niece, and connects with her in the most obvious (maybe not for an orc) way possible. In the second clip he helps Jeff cooking,
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Today, Nintendo announced that the Wii Shop Channel would officially be shutting down on Thursday, January 31, 2019, and starting on March 26, 2018, users will be unable to add points to their Wii Shop accounts. Initially launched in December of 2006 the Wii Shop Channel was a digital-only storefront where Wii and Wii-U owners
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In celebration of the game’s release on the PlayStation 4, today The Farm 51, the developer behind Bandai Namco’s latest game Get Even, released a brand new launch trailer for its creepy VR experience Chernobyl VR Project. The trailer – which is nearly minute long  – shows off some impressive hi-resolution gameplay from the VR title. Chernobyl VR Project is
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Digerati Digital and Blue Wizard Digital have already brought their psychotic puzzler to Steam and mobile. Today, the team announced that Slayaway Camp will be launching on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in a whole new version this October. Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut lets players inhabit the body of Skullface, a sociopath who just wants to exact revenge
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Indie developer Studio MDHR has released its long-awaited 1930s-themed title Cuphead on Microsoft platforms, and a launch trailer is now out to celebrate the game’s release and show off the stylish game in motion. Cuphead is an indie run-and-gun action game with in-game visuals inspired by cartoon shows from the 1930s. Players can control the titular character
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2014’s Ether One was the debut project for UK developer White Paper Games, who at the time was only a compact team of six. And it was a succesful debut project, one that put the studio on the map and allowed it to follow-up with another new IP: The Occupation. And if Ether One was White Paper Games getting its foot
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Today Level-5 and mobile publisher DMM Games held a joint press-conference at the DMM VR Theater in Yokohama, Japan. The purpose was the announcement of “Soukou Musume,” which simply translates as “Armored Girls.” The game was presented on stage by Level-5 President Akihiro Hino, and will come this winter for PC as a browser game, and
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The former NXT Champion and glorious WWE Superstar, Bobby Roode, has had a long and successful career as a professional wrestler. Recently moving up to the WWE’s main roster as part of its Tuesday show, SmackDown Live, he has continued to prosper becoming a dominant figure on the show. Also, the crowd pops every time
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This morning, Ubisoft released a new cinematic trailer for the publisher’s upcoming action-adventure RPG Assassin’s Creed Origins. The new video for the game features no gameplay or action sequences of the sort, but instead shows us the landscape of Ancient Egypt, which serves as the setting for Assassin’s Creed Origins. The trailer, which is titled “From Sand”, is
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Back in September 2016, Square Enix Collective announced that it would be publishing a 2D adventure title by Throughline Games called Forgotton Anne. During PAX 2017, we had the opportunity to play a short segment to the beginning of this game. From that short experience, it’s safe to say that this is a title that should
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Critical indie darling, and one of DualShocker’s 2016 game of the year nominees, Darkest Dungeon is coming to Nintendo Switch, according to a new teasing video from developer Red Hook Studios. The Vancouver-based developer took to Twitter today to publish the following teasing tweet: Wait for it… wait for it… pic.twitter.com/1qh9juaOX6 — Red Hook Studios (@RedHookStudios) September
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In case somehow you haven’t noticed, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a big deal. How big? 13 million copies sold in six months big. Aka a recording breaking 1.5 million Steam concurrent users big. Yeah, that big. Mystifyingly big. And what’s been even more mystifying is that it hasn’t been announced for PlayStation 4 yet. Well, not officially. It has perhaps
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Atlus has released new information about their upcoming collaboration with VanillaWare, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in 2018 in Japan, with a western release planned. The publisher reminds fans of Odin Sphere’s scenario where players once played through the story through the perspective of five protagonists. The system they use
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Gorogoa is a puzzle game currently in development by Buried Signal, a studio started by artist Jason Roberts. Although it is expected to release on iOS devices eventually, it will first release on PC this year. While at PAX West 2017, we got a chance to demo the PC version of the game, and it
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