Month: October 2019

The rise in horror games‘ popularity came as the medium went 3D, got more detailed, and had more tools to frighten players with. While some retro games, mainly point-and-click adventures, did enter the horror genre, games like this that actually manage to be scary are a rarity. That being said, FAITH: The Unholy Trinity seems
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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 of the cheaper
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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 within the tweet
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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 there is nothing
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Nintendo Switch has proven itself to be a massive success after the flop that was the Wii U. While it hasn’t matched the success of the Wii or PS4, it may very well be on its way to doing so. Today, Nintendo released its financial results for the second quarter of this fiscal year, and
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Nintendo published on October 31 its second-quarter financial report, revealing many interesting details. We most notably learned that Fire Emblem: Three Houses now sold over 2,29 million copies worldwide. Fire Emblem Awakening, released in 2012, sold over 2.28 million copies by the end of 2018. Fire Emblem Fates, released in 2015, is the current best
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In August, Sony announced they had acquired Insomniac, the studio behind titles like Spider-Man and Ratchet and Clank. With Wednesday’s second-quarter earnings call, we learned that the PlayStation team might be looking to bring more studios into the fold. This is especially big news with the PS5 launch looming next year. PlayStation Worldwide Studios currently
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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 limited-time run. Check
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Death Stranding had its launch trailer officially revealed earlier today, and while Hideo Kojima heads around the world as part of the games World Tour, Norman Reedus has detailed his experience on working with the founder of Kojima Productions. The interview comes from The Hollywood Reporter where Patrick Shanley asks questions about the production of
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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 IP, but more
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