Month: January 2020

Last week, Hunt: Showdown developers Crytek outlined their plans for the future of the PvP creature hunting game. Most of the post is spent introducing Koch Media, who will be serving as the game’s publisher for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Buried at the bottom are some longer term plans including a future Solo PvE
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Demon Pit is what you get when you take the movement shooters of old and put it into the wave survival format of arena-based FPS games. Looking at the art style and the sparse-yet-functional story will instantly draw parallels between this game and that which undoubtedly acted as the primary source of inspiration: Doom. Demon
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Point and click adventure games aren’t the most immediate experiences you can get to grips with. You’ll constantly be fiddling around with cursors to manoeuvre your character, selecting and placing items you’ve procured and just waiting for actions to be done at the behest of an arrow. Suffice to say these types of games aren’t
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We are heading to the Galar region with the Pokemon Trading Card Collector Chest. It’s available this spring and comes with a number of key items. Here’s what this Collectors chest contains and it’s sure to please those who are invested in the Pokemon Trading Card game. Includes three foil promo cards highlighting each of the
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Ubisoft has made good on its promise to hit Rainbow Six Siege DDoS attackers with legal action by filing a lawsuit against multiple people around the world associated with a website called SNG.ONE. In a filing obtained by Polygon, Ubisoft accused the defendants of harming its services and ruining the experience for Rainbow Six Siege players
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The Switch’s ever-expanding library of games is slowly but surely bringing more and more FPS titles into the fold. Juggernauts like Overwatch and Alien: Isolation rule the roost, but there’s definitely a conspicuous gap in the market for a true co-op FPS game, and that’s where Hypercharge: Unboxed comes in. Channeling the spirits of Toy
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Last week’s news of Cyberpunk 2077‘s delay was accompanied by a controversial statement from CD Projekt RED’s CEO Adam Kiciński, who told investors in no uncertain terms that the delay would “unfortunately” result in crunch. Although the studio has previously made an effort to limit crunch, Kiciński noted that the game is in its final stages and
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With Halo: Reach firmly securing John Halo’s boots on Steam and the Windows Store, Developers 343 Industries are preparing to bring the rest of the Master Chief Collection to desktops over the coming year. Halo: Combat Evolved is next on the batting stand, with devs announcing that flighting (testing) for the series-starter should kick off
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Capcom has released a post-launch content roadmap for Monster Hunter World: Iceborne, revealing that the expansion’s console and PC versions will begin syncing in late April, 2020. From February to March, Iceborne‘s console versions will get limited-time event quests, following which a major title update will add two additional variant monsters. In late April, both
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2K Games finally announced a new BioShock entry last month and although the game has been in development for at least two years, the publisher refrained from spilling any details. However, job listings published by the newly-formed Cloud Chamber studio drop some hints about what we can expect from the upcoming BioShock‘s world. The job
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