Starbreeze studios haven’t had the best of luck lately it seems and that misfortune looks set to continue as they have had to pull Overkill’s The Walking Dead, which was due to release next month on consoles, until a future undisclosed date. The studios reasoning behind this is mostly performance related, as they are quoted to
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I, like many of you, was definitely disappointed to hear Alien: Isolation’s Amanda Ripley would be returning in a mobile game as opposed to a more conventional console-based sequel. However, I did recently get to go hands-on with Alien: Blackout and I came away with mixed thoughts, most of which were actually positive. Blackout takes the formula of Five Nights At Freddy’s while
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Behavior Interactive and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment found themselves in a nasty legal dispute with Bethesda last year because of Westworld Mobile. That being said, the situation was resolved amicability earlier this month and everything seemed to progress as usual. Unfortunately, just a couple weeks after that dispute ended, the Westworld Mobile has been removed
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Trouble has been brewing within Electronic Arts, with the publisher reportedly canceling one of their planned blockbuster Star Wars games. Despite this tumultuous saga, EA wants to make sure that all is apparently well. The publisher told Variety that they were still “fully committed” to making games for the Star Wars franchise. Nothing to see here, folks. For
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Yesterday, we reported on Hideo Kojima’s trip to Amsterdam to visit Guerrilla Games, the developers of Sony’s PS4-exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn. During his meeting, Kojima also showed the dev team at Guerrilla footage from his latest joint Death Stranding though at the time, we weren’t certain what exactly was shown. As of today though, that has changed. In
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Recently, I got the opportunity to go hands-on with the latest video game in the Alien franchise; Alien: Blackout. During my time with the game, I also got to speak with the Vice President of FoxNext Games, TQ Jefferson, whose team is publishing Blackout. I know Alien: Blackout can be a rather controversial title in the eyes of Alien fans, as it moves
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On the verge of the release of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, it was today announced that the most recent numbered entry in the saga, Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, has now come to the Xbox One via backward compatibility. Ace Combat 6, which is the most recent numbered entry in the series, first launched all the
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Ubisoft’s The Division 2 is gearing up to be one of the biggest titles in this first portion of the year and today, the publisher released a new trailer for the game giving more details on the game’s narrative. This new trailer, which is a little over two minutes in length, gives us a better idea
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The ties between Kojima Productions’ upcoming title Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn developer Guerrilla Games have always been quite direct. If you remember back to when Kojima first began working on Death Stranding, his first order of business was to decide what engine he wanted to create the game within. In the end, Kojima decided upon Guerrilla
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There comes a time in every gamer’s life where they must embrace the age-old cliche and spend time blasting away alien monsters. Luckily, 8-Bit Invaders! looks set to make that stereotypical exercise and entertaining and explosive experience. 8-Bit Invaders! is part of Petroglyph Games’ ongoing 8-Bit series of real-time strategy titles. Following in the footsteps
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