Epic Games has released another update for its hero shooter/MOBA Paragon. Update v.38.5 for the game introduces a fair few new variations for Loot Crates, as well as adjustments to game balance. That apart, new skins, as well as your standard fixes and tweaks to UI and all, are also part and parcel of this new patch.
You can check out the full list of updates below- but if you’re an ardent player of the game, a lot of this should hopefully not be much of a surprise, given just...
Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura has recently been talking about the upcoming remake’s gameplay quite a bit recently, sharing details about the action based combat system and the cover system in the game, and now, we have some more details about the game thanks to him.
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Persona 5 is finally almost here. After years of delays, it is not just a week or so away from official launch in the western markets. Several media outlets have already started coming out with their reviews for the highly anticipated JRPG. Gaming magazine EDGE is among them, and they’ve given the game a pretty solid score of 8/10 in their review.
In contrast, EDGE gave both versions of Persona 4, the base version as well as Persona 4 Golden for the PS Vita, a 9/10, which means...Yesterday, 01:18 PM
After five years in development and possibly having a budget that surpasses the $40 million used for Mass Effect 3, it’s quite easy to understand why fans are disappointed with Mass Effect Andromeda’s animations. Unfortunately, other than the stifled animations and a host of glitches and bugs it’s easy to forget the other graphical parameters that make Andromeda a great looking game at times. The animations of the game are so downright awful and admittedly they look so last gen that much...25-03-2017, 01:54 PM
Persona 5 is almost here- we’re talking about a game that is less than two weeks from release, after having made people wait over three years for its release (a reminder that this was originally supposed to be out in Winter 2014). With the game being so close to release, I am sure many of you are having trouble waiting for it- I know I am.
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Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered has received some more DLC in the form of the Variety Map Pack for PS4. The pack contains four remastered maps of varying sizes. Check out the launch trailer below.
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PS Now Getting PS4 Games Later This YearPS Now will finally be getting PS4 games added to its library for streaming later this year, Sony announced on the PlayStation Blog. This means that you will be able to stream PS4 games to… well, your PS4, but also to your Xperia phones, and to your PCs.
“All of the games in the service, including PS4 games, will be included with a single PS Now subscription,” Sony said on the PlayStation Blog. “We’ll share more information as we get closer to launch, so stay tuned. In the next few weeks we’ll kick off a private test with PS4 games on PS Now. If you’re an active PS Now subscriber, keep an eye on your email in case you get an invitation.”
PS Now currently lets you stream your PS3 games to select Sony and Samsung TVs and Blu Ray players, PS Vita, PS4, PS3, and Windows PCs. Support for all devices but PS4 and Windows PC will be coming to an end later this year, however.
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