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Scorn… An unsettling look into a macabre world of alien mystery

by Synister Sandman Playing Scorn is the closest I’ve ever come to being ill while playing a video game – and not for motion sickness reasons.  Scorn is a first-person adventure game, filled with environmental puzzles, and set in a nightmarish world. It’s not strictly a horror game, in the sense of a game that aims to scare you with […]

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Calling All Foodies! Here’s A Few Game Recommendations To Celebrate Thanksgiving Week

by Joy Alexis Barker 1. Papa Louie Games Papa Louie Games, created by Flash game development company, Flipline Studios, is a restaurant-based, time management game series that has been around since the mid-2000. Each game revolves around some food, the first ever release being ‘Papa’s Pizzeria”, where you make burgers, and the latest release being Papa’s Cluckeria, involving chicken sandwiches.The […]

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God of War: Ragnarok – The much anticipated sequel is here

by Synister Sandman God of War Ragnarok is a masterclass. The highly anticipated sequel to 2018’s God of War takes the covers from its predecessor and weaves an idea of emotive storytelling and brutality befitting the next chapter of Kratos and Atreus’ journey.  But it’s in its subtleties that Ragnarok truly shines. Whether it’s in the subplot that’s carefully laid […]

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The Classic Sega Video Game ‘Streets of Rage’ is Being Adapted Into a Movie

Lionsgate will turn classic ’90s Sega video game Streets of Rage into a full-length film, written by John Wick creator Derek Kolstad. by Jaelani Turner-Williams, okayplayer. Streets of Rage will soon be coming to theaters. On Wednesday (November 17), Deadline reported that film company Lionsgate has acquired a theatrical adaptation of the classic Sega video game, which published three installments in the ’90s between 1991 to 1994. […]

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Destiny 2: Lightfall – What we know

by Synister Sandman Destiny 2: Lightfall is the game’s fifth expansion and comes with tons of promise, offering new subclasses that utilize a mysterious new element, a beautiful neon metropolis to explore, and a campaign that could match some of Bungie’s best. It marks the semi-finale in a saga that has been ongoing since Destiny launched in 2014, which means […]

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Things We Need In The Sims 5

by Joy Alexis Barker Earlier this month, Publisher, EA, and developer Maxis, revealed Project Renee, also known as The Sims 5, during the highly anticipated The Sims Summit Stream where devoted simmers old and new got a glimpse at the sneak peek. It was a monumental event in Sims history, marking the beginning of another era that will no doubt […]

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Witness mankind’s reach exceed its grasp as Counter-Strike hits over 4,000 fps

YouTuber 3kliksphilip has entered the gaming Speed Force. by Ted Litchfield, PC Gamer YouTuber 3kliksphilip(opens in new tab), apparently mad with power, has bent one of the most absurd PC gaming components ever devised to a suitably deranged goal: ratcheting the framerate of the notoriously easy-to-run Counter-Strike: Global Offensive so high, the Source engine buckles under the weight. CS:GO is built […]

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Elden Ring’s First Big Patch Adds More Secrets, Quests and People To An Already Massive Game

by Luke Plunkett, Kotaku Elden Ring was just updated to v1.03, and while that humble number may not suggest anything noteworthy, the game has actually quietly added (and fixed) some pretty important stuff. First up, and perhaps most unexpectedly, is the list of content that has been introduced to the game. Like the ability to record the name and location of an NPC straight onto the map, removing one of the biggest frustrations players have had with the game, which previously kept no record of your encounters with NPCs (and especially quest-giving NPCs) at all. The update also adds a new NPC (Jar-Bairn), adds “some summonable NPCs in multiple situations,” and even new quest phases for missions involving Diallos, Nepheli Loux, Kenneth […]

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The PS5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ are out now

by Kris Holt, Engadget The long-awaited PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S versions of Cyberpunk 2077 are out now. CD Projekt Red previously planned to release the new versions last year, but delayed them until early 2022. Those who own the game on PS4 and Xbox One will get a free upgrade to the respective current-gen version. Players can expect faster loading, dynamic scaling and other visual and technical upgrades. The PS5 version takes advantage of the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback, built-in speaker and adaptive trigger functions, as well as activity cards and 3D audio. There are performance and ray-tracing modes on PS5 and Xbox Series X. In performance mode, the game will run in 4K at 60 frames per second with expected rare, small framerate […]

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Naughty Dog and PlayStation Reportedly Developing ‘The Last of Us Part II: Director’s Cut’

Months after rumors of the game receiving a multiplayer battle royale mode by Sophie Caraan, HYPEBEAST A director’s cut of Naughty Dog and PlayStation‘s award-winning game The Last of Us Part II is reportedly in development. According to video game industry insider Tom Henderson, multiple reports are stating that the remake of The Last of Us is almost complete and could release in the second half of this year. He added that he has also heard rumors of The Last of Us Part II: Director’s Cut, but he could not pinpoint a tentative release. “Them all releasing together could be a good compromise if [God of War Ragnarok] got delayed to Q1 2023 – But that’s just speculation on my end for the moment,” he continued. In August […]

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‘The Witcher 3’ to Receive Netflix Series-Inspired DLC Along With Next-Gen Update

by Jeff Yeung, HYPEBEAST Fans of CD Projekt Red‘s The Witcher 3 will be delighted to learn that the game’s next-gen update is finally coming soon, along with completely new DLC. Announcing the news over on Twitter, the official The Witcher account revealed that the critically acclaimed title’s long-awaited next-gen update for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC will finally be arriving sometime this year. While no specific date has been provided, it’s still fantastic news for fans of the developer, which has been through a pretty turbulent time following the botched release of Cyberpunk 2077. To accompany its next-gen update, CD Projekt Red has also teased new, free DLC that’s inspired by Netflix‘s live-action adaptation of The Witcher, although no other details have been revealed for the time being, so you’ll […]

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Dying Light 2’s 500-hour completion time draws backlash

by Stephen Totilo, Axios A weekend promotional announcement that the upcoming zombie game Dying Light 2 will take 500 hours to complete drew a lot of negative replies. Why it matters: Big-name games keep getting longer, squeezing out other games and frustrating some players. Driving the news: “To fully complete Dying Light 2: Stay Human, you’ll need at least 500 hours,” Polish studio Techland tweeted Saturday afternoon. Some players responded enthusiastically, saying they were eager to dive into the first-person open-world adventure, in which players explore and fight their way through a city infested with zombies. But negative reactions were abundant: “That’s not ideal. Less is more,” someone tweeted. Another: “I loved your previous games but that is a huge turn off. As a father […]

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‘Artemis’ Is An “Earth-Sized” Open-World Game From ‘PUBG’ Creator

by Ewan Moore, Gaming Bible We’re starting to reach a point with open-world games where bigger doesn’t always necessarily mean better. Take, for example, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. That’s a damn good game, but I’m not sure it would have lost anything if Ubisoft had made its sprawling recreation of Greece even half the size it ended up being. Basically, just because developers can make a huge open-world game these days doesn’t mean that they should. With that in mind, join me as we take a look at Artemis; a brand new in-development game that promises an open-world roughly the same size as Earth. Artemis is the ambitious new project from Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene, the creator of PUBG. You may recall […]