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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Standalone Releases on June 27th
    Bald Bouncer
    Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered has finally been announced to release on June 27th as a standalone game. It will come to PS4 first and then head to Xbox One and PC later. It will retail for $39.99 in the United States.


    Along with the campaign and all 16 multiplayer maps at launch, PS4 players will also have a chance to participate in the “Days of Summer” event. This event will last for five weeks and will include XP events, new playlists, in-game giveaways...
    24-06-2017, 06:45 PM
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy DLC Trophy List Revealed
    Bald Bouncer
    Vicarious Visions’ Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy will have a number of Trophies when it releases but there will be a few more to come. A Trophy list revealed by Exophase indicates two extra Trophies that are part of something called the Lost Treasures DLC.


    The Silver Trophy is The Crown Jewel where you must “seek and destroy” to obtain it. An Ancient Antiquity is the Gold Trophy and the description is “Do hard time”. What those could mean remains to be seen and neither...
    24-06-2017, 06:39 PM
  • Monster Hunter Stories Releasing in Europe on September 8th
    Bald Bouncer
    Marvelous’ Monster Hunter Stories for the Nintendo 3DS has a release date for Europe. As per Nintendo Europe, it will be out in the territory on September 8th. There’s still no release date for the United States but an announcement could be coming up soon.


    Developed by the studio behind Muramasa: Rebirth and Soul Sacrifice, Monster Hunter Stories is a lot different from typical games in the series. It combines Monster Hunter with Pokemon where you play as a Rider, stealing eggs,...
    24-06-2017, 06:33 PM
  • Titanfall 2’s Next Update Features War Games Map, Third Weapon Slot
    Bald Bouncer
    Respawn Entertainment continues to update Titanfall 2 with free content and has announced some of the new features you can expect with the June 27th update. This includes the War Games map, a “remake” of the DLC map from Titanfall which takes place within a simulation, and Traffic, a new mode for Live Fire which takes place between two thoroughfares.


    Probably the most significant new feature will be the ability to carry a third weapon as a Pilot. This was a feature in Titanfall...
    24-06-2017, 06:26 PM
  • Overwatch PTR Update Revamps Highlights, Changes Loot Box System
    Bald Bouncer
    Blizzard Entertainment’s Overwatch saw a significant update on the Public Test Realm server lately that introduced a highly requested feature – the ability to save and export Highlights. The new Highlights system allows you to keep any highlights for 24 hours and they remain even if you exit the game. Along with the top five highlights of a game, players can also record their own highlights in the middle of a match. If you want to keep the highlights permanently, it’s possible to download...
    24-06-2017, 06:19 PM
  • Super Mario Odyssey Will Have 30-50 Moons Per Level
    Bald Bouncer
    Moons in Super Mario Odyssey will be analogous to Shines or Stars from Super Mario Sunshine or Super Mario 64. But where Sunshine and 64 usually only had a handful of those per level, Mario Odyssey will apparently go decidedly far crazier with how many Moons it stuffs per level.


    Speaking to Kinda Funny Games, a Nintendo rep on the E3 showfloor confirmed that there can be as many as 30-50 moons in a single level of Super Mario Odyssey– maybe even more. This means that levels...
    22-06-2017, 11:32 AM

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  • Destiny 2 PC Gameplay Footage Showcases 4K Visuals and 60 FPS

    Bungie has offered a look at how Destiny 2 will look on PC courtesy of GeForce GTX. The footage released showcases the first mission “Homecoming” running at 4K resolution and 60 FPS. For lack of a better word, it looks pretty damn snazzy.


    Along with an uncapped framerate and resolutions up to 4K, Destiny 2 on PC will support key remapping and mouse and keyboard play (obviously). Bungie has also assured players that it’s working extra hard to polish the PC version and deliver...
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  • Sony On Not Allowing Cross Platform Play

    Sony On Not Allowing Cross Platform Play

    Sony’s backwards policies when it comes to cross platform play have been revealed over this week, as first Minecraft, and then Rocket League – and both substantially major games- have been announced to be getting full cross platform play between their PC, Xbox, and Switch versions, but the PS4 being excluded.


    This happens because Sony won’t allow for cross platform play whatsoever, despite originally championing it, when it was clear Microsoft would never allow for it. In an...
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  • Extinction Gets (Ogre) Carnage Filled New Trailer

    Extinction Gets (Ogre) Carnage Filled New Trailer

    Extinction, the newest game by Iron Galaxy, has received a brand new trailer for E3, and it’s basically just full of you taking on massive ogres. If Shadow of the Colossus is too slow for your frenetic giant beast slaying needs, then Extinction is just the game for you!


    The combat looks fast, furious, dynamic, and a fair bit difficult- it’s actually going to be interesting to see just how many players end up ragequitting if the combat is anything near as intense as the trailer...
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  • You Can Play As Coco Through All Of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy

    Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy looks to be a loving remaster of the original trilogy of the PlayStation platformers, modernizing them for a new age of gamers who never played them, and for those who did and yearn to return to the games again. But it looks like developers Vicarious Vision and publisher Activision have managed to pack in some surprises for us still.


    For instance, they have confirmed that you will be able to play through the entire trilogy, all three games, as Coco,...
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  • Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions Announced For Nintendo 3DS

    The Nintendo 3DS will never die. This year, it’s received a new Yoshi, Dragon Quest, and Fire Emblem, with a new Pikmin, Pokemon, and Metroid game still in bound. And Nintendo has gone ahead and announced Mario and Luigi: Sueprstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions, a remake of the beloved first Mario and Luigi RPG on the Gameboy Advance with expanded content, coming to the Nintendo 3DS later this year.


    The game will have remade pixel art from the original GBA game, while it will have...
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  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ Story Starts Right After the First Game

    Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was officially confirmed at Bethesda’s E3 2017 press conference earlier in the week, and it looks… well, it looks bizarre, other-worldy, absurdly over-the-top, among other things, but most of all, it looks really, really good. Especially for fans of The New Order, because it looks like the game will be putting a great deal of focus on following up on its predecessor’s narrative.


    And the The New Colossus’ story will kick off right after the point...
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  • Dragon Ball Fighter Z Gets New Gameplay Trailer Showcasing Beloved Characters

    Dragon Ball Fighter Z looks to be a great, incredible new age fighting game based on the beloved Japanese franchise. It was announced yesterday at Microsoft’s E3 presser, but we didn’t actually get to see much of it. Thankfully, that changes now, with this brand new gameplay video for it that just got posted on Bandai Namco’s channel.




    The trailer shows off multiple beloved characters from the series, including protagonist Goku, fan favorite Vegeta, and the villain...
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  • Crackdown 3 Will Support Dolby Atmos On Xbox One X

    Crackdown 3 Will Support Dolby Atmos On Xbox One X

    At Microsoft’s E3 presser yesterday, Crackdown 3 was confirmed to be launching on November 7 this year, which is also when the Xbox One X will launch. For those of you who’re wondering if the game will take full advantage of the Xbox One X’s specs, it will do just that- well, more or less.


    In an interview with Geoff Keighley, Clint Bundrick, who is working as a design director on Crackdown 3, gave the full laydown on what the game will look like on the Xbox One X. “You’ll...
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  • Original Xbox ‘Duke’ Controller Releasing For Xbox One and PC Later This Year

    The original Xbox controller, called the ‘Duke’, was an utter monstrosity. It was big, misshapen, and so bad that Microsoft ended up redesigning it into something called the Xbox Controller S- a wonderful controller that set the standard for all Xbox controllers going forward.


    People, however, are weird, and there are many who unironically hold nostalgia for the Duke. Those strange people will be happy to know that the controller will be returning this year- Hyperkin has announced...
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  • Sea of Thieves On The Xbox One X Is Beautiful, Says Developer

    Sea of Thieves was one of the highlights of Microsoft’s press conference at E3 yesterday. Not only did it play the way you would want it to – at least in the few minutes that we saw of it – it also looked really, really good in visual terms. And developers Rare feel that the game will look even more beautiful in true 4K on the Xbox One X.


    Speaking in an interview with Geoff Keighley, the game’s design director Mike Chapman spoke at length about how the game will look running...
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  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Will Receive Xbox One X, PS4 Pro Patches

    Despite earlier asserting that The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would not support PlayStation 4 Pro due to work on Cyberpunk 2077 and Gwent taking priority, CD Projekt RED has confirmed to Eurogamer that it will indeed support Xbox One X and PS4 Pro.


    The developer stated that, “I can confirm that we are working both on Xbox One X and PS4 Pro patches for The Witcher 3. No extra details at this moment. More info is coming.”

    If you watched last night during Microsoft’s...
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  • BattleTech Single-Player Trailer Debuts at PC Gaming Show

    Harebrained Schemes’ BattleTech made an exciting appearance at the PC Gaming Show at E3 2017. Creator Jordan Weisman was present to unveil a trailer for base customization in the single-player campaign. Check it out below.


    There are three main modes to look forward to in BattleTech, which is currently in closed beta for backers – multiplayer skirmish, single-player skirmish and the Mercenary campaign for single-player. Mercenary will see you establish the Argo, a space station,...
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  • Project CARS 2 Releasing on September 22nd

    Project CARS 2 Releasing on September 22nd

    Slightly Mad Studios’ Project CARS 2 will be releasing on September 22nd 2017 in North America for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Publisher Bandai Namco has also confirmed that the racing simulator will be playable at E3 2017.


    This will be the first public demo for the game and it will showcase three scenarios – Rallycross, Road Racing and Multi-Class Racing.

    Fans will also get the chance to experience the revamped controls and vehicle handling. The new E3 trailer also...
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  • Shenmue 3 Delayed to Second Half of 2018

    Shenmue 3 Delayed to Second Half of 2018

    If it weren’t bad enough that Ys Net’s Shenmue 3 would be missing E3 2017, creator Yu Suzuki announced in a new video message that the game has been delayed to the second half of 2018. The long-awaited sequel was originally meant to release by December 2017. At least, that was the delivered date on its Kickstarter campaign.


    Suzuki said in the video that, “We unfortunately must delay its release. By utilizing new technologies we have been able to discover new possibilities and...
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  • Call of Duty: WWII’s Divisions System Replaces Create-A-Class

    With all the nonsense about characters, Supers and loadouts in previous Call of Duty titles, how does Call of Duty: WWII handle its Create-A-Class system? As it turns out, it doesn’t have one. Instead, it will be replaced by the Divisions system. Ubisoft Massive haters be still.


    As per Sledgehammer Games boss Glen Schofield on PlayStation Blog, the Divisions system will see players choosing from five different World War 2 divisions. Each of these have different types of “combat...
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  • The End is Nigh Out on July 12th: New Platformer From Super Meat Boy Dev

    Edmund McMillen, best known for his work on difficult platformer Super Meat Boy and Tyler Glaiel of Closure fame, have announced a new platformer. The End is Nigh is yet another tough platformer that will test players’ patience and it arrives on July 12th for Steam. A Nintendo Switch version is confirmed with other consoles possibly getting their own versions.


    The End is Nigh reportedly started as a “completely stripped down platformer with an adventure game open feel where...
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  • Injustice 2 Red Hood Arriving on June 13th

    Injustice 2 Red Hood Arriving on June 13th

    The Red Hood is coming to NetherRealm’s Injustice 2 as part of the Fighter Pack 1 DLC on June 13th. Unfortunately, he’ll only be available for Deluxe Edition owners or those who purchased Fighter Pack 1 DLC. The character will be available the following week for everyone else.


    Red Hood relies on a lot of projectiles and juggling to corner his opponents, using shurikens, explosives and his twin pistols to get the advantage. Along with Red Hood, the developer is shipping Starfire...
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  • Xbox Scorpio Now Gives 9GB Of Usable GDDR5 RAM

    Xbox Scorpio Now Gives 9GB Of Usable GDDR5 RAM

    The Xbox Scorpio has 12GB of GDDR5 RAM, which is 4GB more than the standard Xbox One. On the standard Xbox One, 5GB of that was available for games, and the remaining 3GB saved for the system itself. On the Scorpio, 8GB was reserved for games, and 4GB reserved for the system and OS. However, that has now changed.


    According to a tweet from Mike Ybarra, Microsoft has now freed up an additional GB of memory for developers, meaning they can now use 9GB of GDDR5 memory- this is almost...
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  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 Announced, Releasing on August 8th

    Capcom’s Mega Man franchise is getting another compilation in the form of Mega Man Legacy Collection 2. It’s out on August 8th for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC, retailing for $20 at physical retail and digital stores.


    The second Legacy Collection will feature Mega Man 7, 8, 9 and 10 in one package. It won’t feature remasters but this collection will depict the 16- and 32-bit iterations of the Mega Man franchise.

    Furthermore, Capcom promises extra challenges and bonus...
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  • Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Releases On August 8

    Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Releases On August 8

    It’s been a long time coming, but it’s almost here - Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, the new action title from developers Ninja Theory, will be releasing this year, on August 8, for PC and PS4. The game, which was originally announced at Gamescom 2014, has been a very long wait- but at last, players will be able to play it.


    The game’s story takes from Celtic and Norse mythologies, but also adds a psychological story into the mix. It will be tackling some sensitive psychological...
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  • Overwatch Double XP Weekend Announced For June 8th to 12th

    Even with Blizzard’s stance on Overwatch’s Dance emotes being tied to the Anniversary Event, it’s giving players an opportunity to earn more cosmetics over the weekend. Double XP will be active in the game from June 8th, 5 PM PT to June 12th, 11:59 PM PT on all platforms. This means that you’ll need less XP for leveling up which should lead to more Loot Boxes.


    The XP bonus will also stack with group bonuses and applies to time spent in matches, match completions, consecutive...
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  • Bethesda’s Starfield Appearing At E3 2017 – Rumour

    In a rumour that makes the rounds every so often, Bethesda will apparently be showcasing Starfield at its E3 2017. This is according to a leaker on 4chan who also claims that Bethesda Game Studios is working on a Game of Thrones RPG with HBO.


    As for Starfield, the game will apparently be set very far into the Fallout universe’s feature with a central hub world, 5-10 races and space travel. It also seems that some of the worlds will use random generation. Along with Fallout...
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  • Analyst Skeptical Of 2018 PS5 Release Claims

    Analyst Skeptical Of 2018 PS5 Release Claims

    We’ve heard some rumors claim that a PS5 is coming next year- the claim was made by an analyst, the very same who also successfully predicted the PS4 Slim’s debut alongside the PS4 Pro last year, which is why his word has been given any credence. But… doesn’t it make very little sense for Sony to launch a PS5 next year, two years after the PS4 Pro, five years after the PS4, and when the PS4 is doing so well for itself, too?


    According to Michael Goodman, who is the director of...
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  • Xbox Scorpio Devkit Shown Off In New Video

    Xbox Scorpio Devkit Shown Off In New Video

    Ahead of its full, proper, final reveal at E3 this year, Microsoft’s Major Nelson walks us through the ins and outs of the Xbox Scorpio devkit in a brand new video. In this video, he walks us through the features and hardware of the developer kit, to explain exactly how and why the hardware is as powerful as it is, and what that might mean for games.


    We also get some technical jargon and information, including some insights into the game development process. On the whole, for...
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  • Injustice 2 June Update Now Available, Contains Bug Fixes Galore

    NetherRealm’s Injustice 2 has had a fairly successful release since arriving on May 16th for Xbox One and PS4. Despite June just beginning, the developer is still busy cranking out updates. The latest monthly update for June focuses more on bug fixes than anything else. It went live yesterday and along with general improvements to stability and corrections to move lists, it also offers improved AI logic for enemies in Multiverse.


    Player AI loadouts also see improvements and...
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  • Gothic Dev’s ELEX Releasing on October 17th

    Gothic Dev’s ELEX Releasing on October 17th

    Piranha Bytes has been responsible for underrated RPGs like Gothic and Risen. With ELEX, published by THQ Nordic, it will look to combine magic and science fiction in one crazy universe. ELEX has a release date of October 17th and will head to Xbox One, PS4 and PC.


    THQ Nordic has also announced a Collector’s Edition that includes the game, a manual, artbook, a cloth map of the game’s world Magalan, a “combat drone” amulet, the original soundtrack and a 10 inch figure...
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