Month: March 2021

Today, Black Desert is unleashing the scholarly Sage. Before you jump back in, I want to ask you some questions. First, is knowledge power? Do the secrets of the Ancients hold the keys to tomorrow? Can one hero’s research save a world? To set the tone, I want you to picture a sanctum. Beakers, test
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As of tomorrow, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio will undergo a reorganisation and will entirely focus on Team ASOBI moving forward. The result is a lot of developers have been leaving the studio ahead of this restructure. The latest of those is Gravity Rush character designer Shunsuke Saito and Kentaro Motomura, who has worked on
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Hello! We are pleased to announce that today we are releasing Expeditions, a major update for No Man’s Sky, across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR.  Play Video It’s barely been six weeks since we released our previous update Companions. This introduced pets, and we have loved watching PlayStation players adopt, ride, and forge
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Hello, PlayStation players! We here at Auroch Digital and Sold Out are excited to announce that our homebrewing simulator game, Brewmaster, will be coming to PlayStation in 2022.  Play Video This is the first look at our new game, where you’ll be able to take control of the science behind the beer, and perfect authentic
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Nicalis has now released the final chapter of the Binding of Isaac franchise, The Binding of Isaac: Repentance, on PC platform Steam. To celebrate the occasion the company has release a special launch trailer for the twin-stick shooter which you can watch below! Sadly, the Nintendo Switch version and other console versions won’t be released until the third
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O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! I bring you the best of tidings, dear reader. The one and only indie game masterpiece Undertale is now playable on Xbox. To make these tidings even greater, it is also available on Xbox Game Pass. You’ve probably seen its memes, you’ve likely heard its music, and there is a
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Hello, People of the Fog. Think you know what a traditional Dead by Daylight chapter looks like? Think again. With our latest release, we’re taking a hard left off the classic horror highway to explore the world of K-Pop. And while the colors may be a little brighter on the surface, in true Dead by Daylight form, that just means there’s an even deeper darkness lurking below. Creative Director Dave Richard shares his thoughts on
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The bad news? The Mortal Kombat movie release date has been delayed. The good news? Not by long. The Mortal Kombat movie release date has been pushed back by a week, as confirmed by Warner Bros.  Originally slated for April 16, Mortal Kombat is now set to arrive with a new April 23 release. This news was
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The tangled result of taking Tetris and Trackmania Turbo and tossing them into a tumble dryer, Can’t Drive This is a clever and compulsive co-op puzzle racer. With one player literally building a road out of random tiles as the other navigates the chaotic, impromptu track that results, Can’t Drive This is one of the
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GameTrailers takes you on a visually stunning guide through the mythology of The Legend of Zelda. See how one of the most confusing timelines evolved over two decades as we make sense of the official order divulged in Hyrule Historia. Watch more episodes of Timeline on GT! http://www.gametrailers.com/shows/timeline 25TH ANNIVERSARY ARTWORK: MUSIC: ZREO: Zelda Re-Orchestrated,
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on Xbox Series X. Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4/5, PC, and Nintendo Switch. “Part racer and part frenetic puzzle game, Can’t Drive This is a highly imaginative and fresh driving game that thrives as a catchy co-op experience. At its best with four players it’s a genuine riot and
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My name is Clint Tasker, creative director and co-founder of Thorium, and I’m stoked to introduce Undermine to all you PlayStation fans. We heard you. We got all the “PS4 when?” tweets. And you know what? PlayStation now! That’s when! (Well… if now is March 30, otherwise March 30). Adding Undermine to the PlayStation library
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When AMD launched their Ryzen 5000 series last year, it quickly became apparent that throwing more cores and threads at a game didn’t necessarily result in significantly faster frame rates. Indeed, unless you regularly use your gaming PC for other intensive desktop tasks such as editing videos, running virtual machines or you’re a full-time streamer,
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By Alex Calvin, Tuesday, 30 March 2021 13:04 GMT The company could be getting into the hardware game. It sure looks like Pokemon Go maker Niantic is working on some augmented reality glasses. That’s going by a post on Twitter from the company’s CEO and founder John Hanke, in which the exec said that it
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Narita Boy left me conflicted like few other games have before. Its jaw-dropping neo-retro 2D aesthetic constantly treats your eyes to beautiful ‘80s themed backdrops, wildly imaginative character designs, and wonderfully fluid animations while a truly excellent synth-wave soundtrack perfectly underscores not only the action, and the emotional moments of its story are surprisingly poignant
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