Death Stranding Cheats Bring Infinite Health, Stealth Mode, And Altered Game Speed

505 Games and Kojima Productions released Death Stranding for PS4 in late 2019. However, the game is now available for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store. With that said, free cheats have hit the web that you can download right now for the PC version of Death Stranding. Continue reading “Death Stranding Cheats Bring Infinite Health, Stealth Mode, And Altered Game Speed”

Kojima Productions Reveals Death Stranding’s PC Specs

Death Stranding is coming to PC next month on July 14th, 2020, but before the game becomes available for said platform, 505 Games and Kojima Productions have released the official PC specs for gamers to look over. Continue reading “Kojima Productions Reveals Death Stranding’s PC Specs”

Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands Free Update Adds Bloodstained Content

Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands

Raw Fury announced that Fury Studios, Coatsink, and Stumpy Squid’s Kingdom Two Crowns has received a brand new update called Dead Lands for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. The update features four new monarchs you can play along with a new option to change mounts. The theme of the update is based on a Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night motif, complete with Gothic settings and four playable characters from ArtPlay’s spiritual successor to Castlevania. Continue reading “Kingdom Two Crowns: Dead Lands Free Update Adds Bloodstained Content”

Death Stranding Will Head To PC On June 2nd, Will Use Denuvo

505 Games and Kojima Productions have released a new video trailer for Death Stranding, showing off some of the content for the PS4 timed exclusive. Also, Death Stranding for PC will be using Denuvo and will release on June 2nd, 2020, across Steam and the Epic Games Store. Continue reading “Death Stranding Will Head To PC On June 2nd, Will Use Denuvo”

Journey To The Savage Planet Cheats Feature God Mode, No Reload, Unlimited Resources

Journey To The Savage Planet Cheats

Typhoon Games and 505 Games released Journey To The Savage Planet on PS4, Xbox One, and as a timed exclusive on the Epic Games Store. I don’t know why anyone would buy the game from an inferior storefront, but for those of you that have the game on PC, there are a few cheat options available for you. Continue reading “Journey To The Savage Planet Cheats Feature God Mode, No Reload, Unlimited Resources”

Death Stranding For PC Rated By ESRB, Release Still Set For Summer

Although Kojima Productions seems to be done with Death Stranding and is working on a new concept for an unannounced project, the ESRB has rated Death Stranding for PC. The timed PS4 exclusive will hit Steam this summer and, finally, has a rating for PC goers. Continue reading “Death Stranding For PC Rated By ESRB, Release Still Set For Summer”

Control Sales “Are In A Good Position” According To Remedy’s CEO

According to Remedy Entertainment’s CEO Tero Virtala, the team spent less than €30 million (which is roughly around $33 million in USD) to make Control. However, the devs also received €9.49 million / $10.45 million respectively from the Epic Games Store, according to Digital Bros. (parent company of 505 Games) “consolidated report” for June 30th, 2019. Continue reading “Control Sales “Are In A Good Position” According To Remedy’s CEO”

Death Stranding Will Release On The Epic Games Store, Steam Next Year

I’m not sure if big boy Tim Sweeney doesn’t want to pay for timed exclusivity anymore or if something is up, but what is for certain is that 505 Games has announced that Death Stranding is coming to the Epic Games Store on the same day as its Steam release. Continue reading “Death Stranding Will Release On The Epic Games Store, Steam Next Year”

Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Finally Patched For Nintendo Switch

Bloodstained Switch Update

After waiting months for word on the status of the Nintendo Switch version of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, which launched broken and nearly unplayable, gamers were informed that a patch would arrive in November to address the game’s issues. The patch has finally arrived. Continue reading “Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Finally Patched For Nintendo Switch”

Death Stranding Set To Hit PC In Early Summer 2020

Kojima Productions will have assistance from 505 Games to release the PC version of Death Stranding sometime during the early parts of summer 2020. However, PS4 gamers will get the cinematic experience labeled as a game on November 8th, 2019. Continue reading “Death Stranding Set To Hit PC In Early Summer 2020”

Control Update Adds DRM, Removes Offline Mode And Steam Controller Support [Update]

[Update: 10/19/2019] Remedy posted a tweet indicating that the removal of offline mode and Steam support was a “bug”, as reported by DSO Gaming. The game’s October update has been reverted.

[Original article:] The last time we reported on this game revolved around how much the Epic Games Store paid for 505 Games and Remedy’s Control. Digital Bros. (parent company of 505 Games) revealed Epic paid £8.36 million / €9.49 million / $10.45 million respectively for the third-person shooter. As of now, the latest update for Control dubbed “1.04” brings with it DRM, and removes offline mode and Steam controller support. Continue reading “Control Update Adds DRM, Removes Offline Mode And Steam Controller Support [Update]”

Bloodstained OptimizationPatch For Nintendo Switch Scheduled For November

Bloodstained

ArtPlay’s Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night launched as a completely broken mess on the Nintendo Switch this past summer. The PS4, Xbox, and PC versions were serviceable, if not riddled with tolerable bugs, but the Switch version was nearly nigh unplayable. Well, the developers finally addressed the optimization process they’re going through, and it’s a real doozy. Continue reading “Bloodstained OptimizationPatch For Nintendo Switch Scheduled For November”

Digital Bros. Reveals Epic Games Store Paid $10.4 Million For Control Timed Exclusivity

We now know how much the Epic Games Store paid for 505 Games and Remedy’s Control — despite the game failing to make various top ten charts. According to Digital Bros. (parent company of 505 Games), we learn that Epic paid £8.36 million / €9.49 million / $10.45 million respectively for the third-person shooter. Continue reading “Digital Bros. Reveals Epic Games Store Paid $10.4 Million For Control Timed Exclusivity”