In recent memory, Sony has censored Japanese games while permitting full underaged sex scenes in western games. When the Last of Us 2’s story was leaked, Sony abused the DMCA process to take down videos and channels on YouTube. Ruining either the content creators’ hard work or caused them many lost hours of sleep. As a company, they’ve determined that being socially conscious and politically correct is more important than producing good products. Those products produced will be sold at a $10 markup because they know you’ll pay for it.
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At long last, both next generational consoles have launched with virtually no games, wonky software, and hardware issues. All whilst somehow unmasking a shadowy cabal of FedEx drivers who have been stealing people’s packages when Walmart or Target has marked their boxes as consoles. Except for the latter, each was to be expected or rumored long before launch.
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For an entire generation, Xbox dominated the industry in software sales and exclusives. Yet that success convinced Microsoft they could not be dethroned, that consumers would not abandon their vast libraries and accounts to jump to another platform. This attitude lead to the 2013 announcement of the Xbox One with a bevy of anti-consumer and obviously not thought out decisions that ultimately cost Microsoft an entire generation.
Sony’s launch of the PS5 oozes the same exact mentality. Say nothing of the rumored overheating issues getting a second leg with an image circulating of a display model overheating. Of course, it should be noted the unit wasn’t properly vented as it was in a display case, yet how many users are going to run into the same issue by putting it in a TV stand?
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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”
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Warner Bros. Games Montreal recently revealed the upcoming superhero game Gotham Knights. Slated to release across PC and home consoles, the new game seems to be off to a poor start with gamers and fans due to the official premiere gameplay trailer boasting poor optimization and RPG mechanics. Continue reading “Gotham Knights Gameplay Video Receives Backlash Over Stuttering And RPG Mechanics”
IO Interactive will release Hitman 3 sometime in January 2021. Although that’s five months away, the game will become available across PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS5, and Xbox Series X. However, the former platform will be restricted to being an Epic Games Store timed exclusive next year. Continue reading “Hitman 3 Will Release In January 2021 As An Epic Games Store Timed Exclusive”
When Ubisoft isn’t housing soy boys conducting sexual acts against landwhales with problem glasses, then you can expect the company to release copy/paste trailers of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla featuring macho ma’am Eivor Savage, and that’s not a joke. Continue reading “Ubisoft Releases Copy Paste Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Trailer Featuring Macho Ma’am Eivor”
It should come in as no surprise that Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Lyon are delaying the [current year] title Deathloop from holiday 2020 to Q2 2021. In other words, the first-person shooter game in question will not release for PC and PS5 this year. Continue reading “Deathloop Delayed From Holiday 2020 To Early 2021”
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”
According to a new report, it looks like Resident Evil Village will be the longest title in the series. In other words, if you are planning on picking up the game at launch, then get ready to hunker down and play for hours. Continue reading “Resident Evil Village Will Be The Longest RE Engine Game, As Per Report”
After Take-Two, Ubisoft, and Capcom expressed interest in price hikes next-gen, it looks like EA — who is on the Traitors of America master list — has joined the fray and is considering raising its video game prices when the PS5 and Xbox Series X rolls around. Continue reading “EA Is Considering Video Game Price Hike Next-Gen, According To Andrew Wilson”
Mundfish is currently working on the upcoming sci-fi first-person shooter game Atomic Heart, which will debut Across PC and home consoles. Although the forthcoming game is in development, the devs released a new gameplay trailer that features music from Mick Gordon while showcasing the Plyush mini-boss. Continue reading “Mick Gordon To Help With Atomic Heart’s Music While New Gameplay Footage Shows Off Boss Fight”
As each day passes and word of next-gen price hikes increase, more and more companies are now considering the aspect of raising the initial price point of boxed and digital games. And joining that list is Capcom. Moving into the next-gen of gaming, folks looking to pick up the company’s games across PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X might find themselves coughing up $9.99 or more in the foreseeable future. Continue reading “Capcom Is Considering Raising The Price Of Its Next-Gen Games”