Canadian outfit Sinn Studio is currently working on a realistic sword-fighting game for virtual reality headsets known as Swordsman VR. They originally announced the game back at the start of May with a Reddit post in the Oculus sub-reddit, but recently they dropped the first official alpha gameplay trailer, featuring some of the in-game play you can expect to experience from the sword-fighting sim. Continue reading “Swordsman VR Attempts To Bring Realistic Sword Fighting To PC, PSVR This Summer”
Despite all of the noise and controversy surrounding Naughty Dog, Neil Druckmann — the company’s vice president and director over The Last of Us: Part 2 — will appear in a new State of Play episode to give folks a special gameplay preview of The Last of Us: Part 2 on May 27th. The PS4 exclusive will launch on June 19th, 2020. Continue reading “Sony To Host The Last Of Us: Part 2 State Of Play On May 27th, 2020”
According to a new report, the next “premium” Call of Duty game will be called “Black Ops Cold War.” The same report notes that this new installment/reboot will be unveiled through a Warzone “meta-game.” Continue reading “Next Call Of Duty Game Will Be A Reboot Called Black Ops Cold War, As Per Report”
Metalhead Software’s Super Mega Baseball 3 is one of the few sports games released for this generation of home consoles and PC that isn’t a microtransaction cash-grab or a poorly reskinned annual outing used to subversively destroy the fabric of Western civilization. For those of you who picked up a copy and would like to exercise a little bit of your freedom to exploit the system, there are some cheats for that. Continue reading “Super Mega Baseball 3 Cheats Give You Super Score, Perfect Swings, Easy Strikeouts”
Ghost of Tsushima will release this year on July 17th, 2020. However, curious gamers wanting to know what Sucker Punch Productions has in store for those interested in Ghost of Tsushima will find that the combat will only take one or two hits to kill an enemy, which also applies to the player. Continue reading “You Can Die Quickly To Enemies In Ghost of Tsushima, According To Nate Fox”
Team Junkish announced that Monstrum is currently available for the Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. The indie monster game originally came out back in 2015, but half a decade later the game is now available for home consoles. Continue reading “Monstrum, Survival-Horror Game Set On A Cargo Ship Launches On PS4, Xbox One, Switch”
As it pertains to any rumors surrounding a new Silent Hill game, I’ve opted for the wait and see approach. What we know is Konami is developing a new game in the Silent Hill franchise that sees Masahiro Ito returning in a key position. Continue reading “Dusk Golem Clarifies His Silent Hill Statement”
According to a new report, we learn that PlatinumGames’ studio head, Atsushi Inaba, has been “struggling” to get excited about Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen consoles (the PS5 and Xbox Series X). Inaba claims that the news on the upcoming two consoles hasn’t piqued his interest like past consoles. Continue reading “Next-Gen Hardware Won’t Likely Be As Ground-Breaking As The Switch, Says Atsushi Inaba”
The Last of Us: Part 2 leaks have caused Sony to close comments on any official video about the game — which at times also includes turning off-the like/dislike ratio. Muso (a company related to Sony and Naughty Dog) has gone on a striking spree that covers memes and anything concerning the game’s leaks, while people connected to Naughty Dog like Neil Druckmann and Troy Baker are using Instagram to bash critics. As of recent, Twitter is working with Sony, Muso, and Naughty Dog in that the company has implemented a new spoiler feature to the microblogging and social networking service to hide any potential leaks. Continue reading “Twitter Implements New Spoiler Feature To Help Instances Like The Last Of Us: Part 2”
XSeed Games announced that Marvelous Entertainment and Honey Parade Games’ Kandagawa Jet Girls will be making its way Westward this summer for the PlayStation 4 and PC. The game will be rated ‘T’ for Teen, which means it won’t have half as much fan-service or lewd content as the traditional Senran Kagura games. Continue reading “Kandagawa Jet Girls Heads West This Summer For PS4, PC”
You can’t convince some people of the truth even when you’re throwing the facts at them, straight toward their face.
- You can tell people that CD Projekt Red blatantly announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will be “really inclusive”, more language from the lexicon of Liberal Progressive propagandists, and people will ignore it, claiming that “cyberpunk fiction has always been diverse!”.
- You can tell people that CD Projekt Red removed the gender identifier texts from the character creation menu after ResetEra complained about not having “trans” and “non-binary” representation in Cyberpunk 2077, and people will justify it claiming “there’s nothing wrong with representation!”.
- You can even tell people that they apologized to SJWs for a harmless joke and fired a social media manager for angering ResetEra, and people will excuse it as “They just didn’t want to foster any controversy!”.
- And then you can tell people that CD Projekt Red changed default female ‘V’ from white to black, and people will defend it saying “Stop complaining, you can still create your own V!”. Continue reading “CD Projekt Red Boasts About Non-Polish Diversity Hires Working On Cyberpunk 2077”
Ever since E3 2019, Sony has been skipping the trade show and will showcase its own stuff through special digital events. Given that Sony had planned on skipping E3 2020 even before coronavirus concerns, this raised various questions surrounding the company. As of recent, a former PlayStation VP has stepped forward to explain why Sony no longer wants to attend E3-like events. Continue reading “Sony Did Away With E3 Shows Due To Fans Having A “TikTok” Mentality, Says Adam Boyes”
Folks looking forward to Koei Tecmo and Gust’s Fairy Tail will have to wait a little longer before going hands-on with the JRPG. According to a new letter, the game will be pushed back to late July of this year due to the coronavirus. This means the game in question will no longer launch across PC, PS4, and Switch in late-June.
Continue reading “Fairy Tail Faces Another Delay And Will Release July 30th”