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Unto The End is a challenging combat adventure game, in the style of a cinematic platformer. Gameplay is about mastering our read-react combat system in intense sword fights, spotting opportunities to trade and use items, and ultimately experiencing an adventure that is told through your actions as you make your way back home to your
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Rainbow Six Siege‘s previously announced PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions will release on December 1st. On the PS5, the game will target 120 frames-per-second with 4K dynamic resolution scaling in performance mode, and 60 fps with 4K in resolution mode. Rainbow Six Siege will also include Activity Card support on the PS5 for Ranked, Unranked,
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It was as quick as the first death that instantly sent me careening back to memories of the original Demon’s Souls. I didn’t end up playing the 2009 title until 2011, but the arduous experience of getting the Platinum trophy sated my need for the Souls genre for the next decade. I missed Dark Souls,
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People love amusement parks. There’s always a little something for everyone, and a great park manager knows how to build the perfect mix to draw in the crowds. Frontier Developments, the studio behind RollerCoaster Tycoon and Thrillville games, brings console gamers another top notch park simulation experience with Planet Coaster: Console Edition. Available on PS4
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Ubisoft recently came under fire in Japan for censoring blood in the country’s version of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which the developer initially blamed on Japan’s Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO). However, the rating body denied that it had any involvement in the censorship, leading Ubisoft to issue a “heartfelt” apology for apparently making a mistake. As
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Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series S have only just released but they’ve already joined Time’s list of “The Best Inventions of 2020.” According to the publication, the PS5’s “small advancements” combine to create a “revolutionary” gaming experience for its users. The DualSense controller and Insomniac Games’ Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales also got a
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Sony believes that Sucker Punch Productions is an excellent example of organic growth among its first-party development studios. The company has emphasized the importance of nurturing studios on several occasions, and has argued against going on “massive spending sprees” à la Microsoft. This isn’t to say that Sony is against mergers and acquisitions. Sucker Punch
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Old habits die hard. In my time with the PS5, I’ve sought out Platinum Trophies. I’ve played Call of Duty with friends across platforms (and console generations). And I’ve spent too many late nights grinding out gear in Destiny 2 to get ready for the new Raid. In many ways, it feels like nothing has
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It’s time to raise the stakes higher than ever before. You’ve broken a convicted spy out of Bolingbroke Penitentiary. You’ve saved the world from an egomaniacal tech billionaire. And you’ve beaten the odds to drain a casino of its cash. This time, you’re taking on an entire island. Play Video Prepare to infiltrate the remote
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Hello fellow card sharks! I’m Phil Gaskell, Creative Director of Poker Club, the Texas Hold’em simulation which launches today on PS5 and PS4. Here at Ripstone, we’ve been bringing the best-loved pastimes including poker, pool and chess to PlayStation platforms for close to a decade. So for myself and our small team, working with impressive
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Happy November, True Believers! We’re now more than two months out from launch, and it’s been an exciting and challenging journey. We’ve encountered various setbacks and obstacles on the way, but we remain committed to our mission to deliver the Avengers experience we promised to you. A big part of that, as you know, is
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Glitches can be a great many things–game-breaking, immersion-breaking, annoying, helpful. The list could go on. Every so often, they are outright hilarious, too. Such is the case with a very specific bug in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales on PlayStation 5, wherein the titular character turns into a brick… a Spider-Brick, if you will. Renowned artist
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