Remedy Holds AMA On ResetEra, Fans Lambast Both For Being Anti-Gamer

ResetEra is known for a lot of atrocious things, and many people that join that forum to circle-jerk and push social justice narratives are usually projectors that revel in things they accuse their counterparts of doing. Well, it looks like Remedy wants to cement its friendship with ResetEra by doing whatever it takes, like the much recent AMA. Continue reading “Remedy Holds AMA On ResetEra, Fans Lambast Both For Being Anti-Gamer”

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”

Sam Lake Creator Of Max Payne And Control Announces Work On New Story

Sam Lake is teasing work on a “new story” that calls for him to take to his brand new top-secret writing lair. No word on what this new project is, but what is for certain is that the creator of Max Payne, Alan Wake, Quantum Break, and Control is doing something “new.” Continue reading “Sam Lake Creator Of Max Payne And Control Announces Work On New Story”

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]”

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”

Control U.S. Sales Are Reportedly Looking Grim

Despite Remedy and 505 Games looking to bring new content to Control, it seems like the third-person shooter isn’t getting over with gamers. We reported that Control has faced heavy discounts and how it dropped off the UK charts during the second week, but this time around a sneak peek at the U.S. charts by an analyst offer an even grimmer look. Continue reading “Control U.S. Sales Are Reportedly Looking Grim”

Control Falls Off The UK Charts While NBA 2K20 Takes Top Spot

It should come in as no surprise that Remedy and 505 Games’ Control would fall off the UK charts like a fledgling bird attempting to leave its nest. The newly released game didn’t even snag top spot when it first released, falling from 4th to 14th place. However, a more controversial game by 2K and Visual Concepts, NBA 2K20, managed to grab the number one spot. Continue reading “Control Falls Off The UK Charts While NBA 2K20 Takes Top Spot”

Report Claims Control Is Heavily Discounted

Remedy and 505 Games have released Control on PC via the Epic Games Store, PS4, and Xbox One on August 27th, 2019. It’s only been a week, and the game is discounted heavily according to a recent report. As of right now, it’s unclear whether the game is experiencing a discount phase or if it’s performing in sales about as well as it is optimized. Continue reading “Report Claims Control Is Heavily Discounted”

Control Ending Explained

Control Ending Explained

Remedy Entertainment’s Control arrived for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC at the twilight of summer. The game is a third-person shooter, story heavy, and focused on mind twisters and paranormal topical matter. For gamers curious how the game ends, this article gives you a rundown of the story. Continue reading “Control Ending Explained”

Control Cheats Give You Access To God Mode, Easy Kills, No Reload

Control Cheats

Remedy Entertainment and 505 Games’ Control rolled out for Xbox One, PS4, and on the Epic Games Store for PC, ensuring that it was going to launch with a healthy amount of controversy on the PC side of the equation. To make matters worse, 505 Games decided to exclude male streamers during the first day of streaming, which only turned more people off from even considering the game. Well, for the poor saps who did decide to dive head first into Remedy’s latest title, there are some cheats available for you thanks to trainers and tables. Continue reading “Control Cheats Give You Access To God Mode, Easy Kills, No Reload”

Control Gameplay Walkthrough

Control Walkthrough

505 Games and Remedy Entertainment really got off to a horrible start with the third-person, sci-fi shooter Control, no thanks to 505 Games trying to stir the gender identitarian pot by excluding male streamers from uploading footage or streaming the game until a day after female streamers had access to the game. They pulled this little stunt as part of “Womens Equality Day”, which seemed to translate into women supremacy day. Anyway, now that said stunt has concluded, various streamers and content creators have been uploading footage of the game, which includes full gameplay walkthroughs. Continue reading “Control Gameplay Walkthrough”

505 Games Excludes Men From Control’s First Streams For The Sake Of “Gender Equality”

Control

Remedy Entertainment had tried so hard to avoid devaluing Control into little more than gender identarianism and yet another game burdened to leave a bad taste in the mouths of gamers due to sociopolitical angst. However, it was inevitable given that 505 Games decided to politicize the game’s marketing just days before release with – of all things – the first set of streams for Control. Continue reading “505 Games Excludes Men From Control’s First Streams For The Sake Of “Gender Equality””

Remedy’s Thomas Puha Says Control On PC Is Not Downgraded

Not too long ago, publisher 505 Games and developer Remedy released Control’s PC requirements for the Epic Games Store. The specs on the controversial storefront were ludicrous and had people laughing at the whole situation. Recently, Control’s PC requirements were lowered and now Thomas Puha, head of communications at Remedy, claims the game hasn’t faced any downgrades. Continue reading “Remedy’s Thomas Puha Says Control On PC Is Not Downgraded”

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