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After being removed from Xbox’s digital storefront in 2017 due to licensing issues with the game’s soundtrack, Remedy Entertainment’s cult-classic Alan Wake has finally found its way back to the marketplace this week. As seen over on the Xbox Marketplace, Alan Wake once again appears when searched and can actively be purchased once again. The game retails for
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Daybreak Game Company, the developer formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment, juggles several different MMO franchises including PlanetSide, DC Universe Online and EverQuest. In order to give each of these franchises more creative freedom, Daybreak’s “franchise first initiative” has created dedicated studios created for all three of the aforementioned franchises. The three studios are now
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Back in September of last year, Frogwares revealed that many of its games, including Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, were delisted from digital storefronts by Focus Home Interactive. The developer had been concerned that their flagship title Sherlock Holmes would not be salvageable due to various technical reasons. But a small internal team worked to
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Were you (among the many) let down by Fallout 76? Are you wishing you were in the good ol’ Fallout days–specifically Fallout: New Vegas? Well you’re in luck — the Fallout 4 mod project that is adding in New Vegas is around the corner. Titled Fallout 4 New Vegas, the development team of modders is recreating and remastering New Vegas within the Fallout 4 engine. Even better,
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Over a decade after originally releasing, one of last generation’s more beloved cult classics has today received a new lease on life. Essentially out of nowhere, John Woo’s Stranglehold has come back to PC today. The third-person shooter, which originally launched on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC back in 2007, hasn’t been available digitally on
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Today marked the announcement of a brand new Half-Life game by Valve for VR – Half-Life: Alyx. The return of the critically acclaimed series looks pretty good and is the result of years of experimentation and development. In fact, Programmer Robin Walker even told IGN that Valve “didn’t set out to make a Half-Life game”
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While we’ve known about Showtime’s Halo show for over a year, information has been somewhat sparse. Though the adaptation faced some tribulations after losing its Director and Executive Producer, new ones were found and the show has gotten back on track. Today, Showtime confirmed that its Halo show has officially entered production while also revealing
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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 and SEGA finally
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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 this notable anniversary
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In a Steam letter posted earlier today, Mikael Nermark CEO of Starbreeze Studios has announced a few changes coming to PAYDAY 2, including continuing with the development of the title and introducing both paid and free updates. Firstly, I want to focus on the introduction of the new PAYDAY 2: Legacy Collection which was mentioned in the letter.
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