Monsters Of Man Trailer Depict Killer Robots Hunting Down And Killing Terrorists

Monsters of Man

Mark Toia’s Monsters of Man may sound like some kind of high-brow sci-fi flick, but in reality it’s a low-budget action-thriller featuring a bunch of well-animated CGI robots adopted by a PMC sent into to kill a bunch of hostage-takers as a field test for military use. Continue reading “Monsters Of Man Trailer Depict Killer Robots Hunting Down And Killing Terrorists”

Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Race-Swaps Deadshot And Turns Him Black

Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League

Rocksteady Studios decided to race-swap Deadshot in the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League game, which was recently announced for a 2022 release on PC, PS5, and the Xbox Series X. Continue reading “Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League Race-Swaps Deadshot And Turns Him Black”

Let Him Go Trailer Has Kevin Costner In A Tense American Suspense Thriller

Let Him Go

Focus Pictures’ upcoming flick, Let Him Go, based on the 2013 suspense novel from author Larry Watson, stars Kevin Costner and Diane Lane in one could end up being one of the best films to come out of 2020. Continue reading “Let Him Go Trailer Has Kevin Costner In A Tense American Suspense Thriller”

343 Removes New Mombasa Police Nameplate From Halo: Master Chief Collection

Halo Censorship

A soy-boy complained about the New Mombasa Police nameplate on Twitter and Halo community director, Brian Jarrard, responded to him stating that 343 Industries — a company who is on the Traitors of America Master List —  would address the issue. What did they do to address the issue? They removed the nameplate. Continue reading “343 Removes New Mombasa Police Nameplate From Halo: Master Chief Collection”

Black Myth: Wukong, Vindictus-Style Next-Gen Hack-And-Slash Announced

Black Myth Wukong

Chinese outfit Game Science Studios announced that they’re working on a next-gen hack-and-slash action game for PC and possibly home consoles called Black Myth: Wukong. It’s probably the only AAA-looking game to be announced in recent times, which is sad given that Westerns have been so inundated with diversity hires that none of them can make a game that looks better than a late-gen PS3 if their lives depended on it. Continue reading “Black Myth: Wukong, Vindictus-Style Next-Gen Hack-And-Slash Announced”

Tour de France Nixes Podium Girls For Male/Female Duo

Tour de France

Tour de France has joined professional darts and Formula One racing in nixing the presence of podium girls. Well, technically one girl will stay but the other is being replaced with a dude, and they’ll no longer double-kiss the winner of that leg of the race during the Tour de France. Continue reading “Tour de France Nixes Podium Girls For Male/Female Duo”

Brian Mitsoda, Ka’ai Cluney Fired From Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2

Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines 2

Narrative designer and PR frontman, Brian Mitsoda, along with creative director Ka’ai Cluney, have both been fired from the development of Hardsuit Labs’ Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. The announcement about their departure was made by publisher Paradox Interactive over on the official website on August 19th, 2020. Continue reading “Brian Mitsoda, Ka’ai Cluney Fired From Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2”

Oculus VR Headsets Will Require Mandatory Facebook Account By 2023

Oculus

Starting in October, 2020, every new Oculus Rift purchase will require a Facebook account in order to access its full service capabilities. Even if you already own an Oculus Rift, by January 1st, 2023, all Oculus accounts will be diminished in place of requiring a mandatory Facebook account. Continue reading “Oculus VR Headsets Will Require Mandatory Facebook Account By 2023”

Deadlane, Horror Racing Game Heads To Kickstarter

Deadlane

Vscape Studios is working on an original game called Deadlane. It’s classified as a horror-racing title, sporting some survival elements, too. The game was inspired by asymmetrical multiplayer horror titles such as Dead By Daylight or Friday The 13th. Continue reading “Deadlane, Horror Racing Game Heads To Kickstarter”

Genshin Impact PC Release Date Set For September 28th

Genshin Impact

The miHoYo Team announced that the open-air adventure game mirrored after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, called Genshin Impact, will be arriving on PC, Android and iOS starting September 28th, 2020 at the end of next month. Continue reading “Genshin Impact PC Release Date Set For September 28th”

Evenicle 2 Censored For Steam

Evenicle 2 Censored

The first Evenicle managed to release on Steam during a pivotal time when Valve had said that anything that wasn’t illegal or “straight up trolling” would be allowed on the store. This also came directly after one of Valve’s staff stood up on stage and said that they weren’t going to be the “taste police”. That, however, didn’t last long. While a few games managed to release on Steam unscathed and uncensored, such as Evenicle, many others since then have not. Evenicle 2 is one of those games that was unable to escape Valve’s new censorship policies. Continue reading “Evenicle 2 Censored For Steam”

Games Released In Japan Have To Sell 100,000 Or More To Stay In The Black

CyberConnect2 Sales

According to CyberConnect2 CEO, Hiroshi Matsuyama, if you’re a developer or publisher producing video game software in Japan, you need to move at least 100,000 copies domestically if you want to stay in the black. Continue reading “Games Released In Japan Have To Sell 100,000 Or More To Stay In The Black”

RetroArch Repositories Vandalized By Hacker

RetroArch Vandalized

The RetroArch emulator infrastructure and Libretro GitHub repositories have all been vandalized by a hacker who managed to gain access to build servers and wipe out three of the nine repository pages, rendering the database for the popular software crippled. Continue reading “RetroArch Repositories Vandalized By Hacker”