Rogue Company is a free-to-play multiplayer tactical third-person hero shooter video game developed by First Watch Games and published by Hi-Rez Studios. The game released in open beta on October 1, 2020 for Microsoft Windows via the Epic Games Store, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and also was released on Xbox Series X/S on November 25, 2020. Including full support for cross-platform play and cross-progression. Be sure to check out this Rogue Company Cheats and play! Continue reading “Rogue Company Cheats For Aimbot, ESP and More”
When the rumor first broke, I had a good laugh at Sony’s expense. Despite having bought exclusive marketing rights for Resident Evil Village, the console manufacturer has consistently dropped the ball hyping the game up. All the worse are leaks revealing the game intends to kill off its male lead in a Metroidvania style game. Continue reading “Resident Evil Revelations 3 Rumored to be Switch Time Exclusive”
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Eternal Radiance’s title page is nothing special. Upon booting the game, players are treated to a lovely, all too familiar JRPG background featuring three options: New Game, Options, Exit. It is a simple screen that embodies the quintessential essence of classic JRPGs. Gone was I when the title music began to play. I had received a package notification and got up to collect it from my porch when the music began to play. Continue reading “Eternal Radiance Review”
A while back, a quaint and colorful Japanese game came to our attention. Sakuna of Rice and Ruin set players as a banished harvest goddess who must grow food for people who she is now with while simultaneously fighting hulking monstrosities and various other monsters in side-scrolling action. Perhaps it was the unique combo as I am a sucker for both, or it was the colorful and vibrant art style, but I eagerly awaited the game’s western release. Then I waited and waited some more.
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With the Legend of Zelda: Age of Calamity dropping at the end of the month, what better time to revisit the original game. Many of already played it, but with my Switch’s recent acquisition, I finally had the chance to sit down and give the game people called “the best game in the franchise” a chance.
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons is at the top spot of the UK sales chart yet again. Accompanying the Nintendo beast comes PGA Tour 2K21 and EA Sports UFC 4 filling second and third place as of the week ending August 22nd, 2020. Continue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons Tops The UK Sales Chart Once Again”
Crytek will release the “remastered” version of the 2007 first-person shooter Crysis across PC, PS4, and Xbox One on September 18th, 2020. However, there’s a catch, folks looking to play the “new and improved” version of the game on PC can only do so via the Epic Games Store. Continue reading “Crysis Remastered For PC Is An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”
Square Enix took liberties to change up Seiken Densetsu 3 in that the Western version of the game is no longer a 2D sprite-based title but a new and improved 3D JRPG. Although said liberties also censored Angela’s hometown when performing her Pink Typhoon Attack, it looks like Trials of Mana has exceeded Square Enix’s initial sales projection as per a recent investor Q&A session. Continue reading “Trials Of Mana Sales Exceed Square Enix’s Projected Expectations”
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”
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”
The U.S. NPD Group has released its chart for July regarding video games and sales. With that said, Sony and Sucker Punch Productions’ Ghost of Tsushima has topped said chart, meaning that it was the best selling game in the U.S. as of this year’s July. Continue reading “Ghost Of Tsushima Was July’s Best-Selling Game In The U.S.”
Unfold Games announced on Twitter that the platforming-puzzle horror game, Darq, will be making its way to home consoles later this year, including the Nintendo Switch and both Microsoft and Sony’s brand of gaming devices. This includes the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, along with their next-gen iterations, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. Continue reading “Darq Is Heads To Xbox Series X, PS5 In 2020”
It looks like Nintendo’s nifty device best known as the Switch is a big hit in the U.S. in that it managed to beat out the PS4 and Xbox One family of consoles on the U.S. NPD Group’s chart. The firm notes that the Switch is once again the “highest selling console in the region” for the month of July. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch Was July’s Highest Selling Console In The U.S., Reports NPD Group”