Month: March 2019

Seattle-based developer Hardsuit Labs and Paradox Interactive announced Vampire: The Maquerade – Bloodlines 2 last week, marking one of GDC’s most exciting non-Stadia announcements. DualShockers was able to check the game out at GDC and interview several of the game’s developers. Over the course of the course of the interview one thing became fairly clear: Hardsuit
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To end PlayStation’s State of Play live stream today, Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios released a new trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 and it might be the best one we’ve seen so far. As many other previous trailers have shown, this latest video for Mortal Kombat 11 highlights the game’s wacky premise dealing with time travel. We get
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RuneHeads, the independent developer behind 2017’s Fall of Light, announced today that it will once again be partnering with publisher 1C Entertainment for it next game: Conglomerate 451. It’s an interesting mix of cyberpunk, first person dungeon crawling, and elements you’d expect to see in an XCOM game, so Conglomerate 451 has definitely made its
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With the rise in Epic Games Store timed-exclusives combined with the fact that so many publishers now have their own digital storefronts, it has somehow become a bit surprising in 2019 when a publisher announces it’ll be bringing all of its upcoming releases to that of Valve’s Steam platform. Today though, that’s exactly what publisher
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In its first week of availability, FromSoftware and Activision’s newest action title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has debuted at the top of the weekly sales chart in the UK. Sekiro unseated last week’s winner atop the chart, Ubisoft’s The Division 2, which has now fallen down to the second position. It was a close race between Sekiro and The Division
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Arc System Works announced today on Twitter that BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will receive its 1.5 update this May. The update will add the multiple new characters recently revealed with a trailer. The update will also include balance adjustments, which will be made to the arcade version as well, synchronizing the two versions. The actual
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