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Remedy Satisfied with Control's Sales Despite the Lack Chart Topping Success

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/remedy_satisfied_with_controls_sales_despite_the_lack_chart_topping_success All under Control. Control is performing just fine for Finnish developer Remedy – despite the title failing to top the charts. According to the studio’s CEO Tero Virtala, the PlayStation 4 project was developed over the course of three years and utilised a budget of €30 million. This, incredibly, is fairly small…

Black Widow: 5 Confirmed Theories For The Next Marvel Movie

Fans have a lot of questions about Scarlett Johansson’s long-awaited solo MCU film ‘Black Widow.’ So, what about it do we know for sure? Source: https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2486098/black-widow-5-confirmed-theories-for-the-next-marvel-movie

Resident Evil 3 Remake Skips The Game Awards, Fuelling State of Play Rumours

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/resident_evil_3_remake_skips_the_game_awards_fuelling_state_of_play_rumours No plans to do with the game. Some very, very interesting news is making its way out of Geoff Keighley’s Reddit AMA concerning The Game Awards next week. The all but confirmed Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake for PlayStation 4 will not be appearing at the show, with the host stating: “There…

The Game Awards to Feature 'Around 10 New Games' and Much More

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/the_game_awards_to_feature_around_10_new_games_and_much_more There will be more. The awards themselves are lovely, but let’s not kid ourselves, we’ll be watching The Game Awards next week for all the new announcements and reveals. It’s a good job then that host Geoff Keighley has given us insight into what will be at the show so that we…

Remedy Satisfied with Control's Sales Despite the Lack Chart Topping Success

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/remedy_satisfied_with_controls_sales_despite_the_lack_chart_topping_success All under Control. Control is performing just fine for Finnish developer Remedy – despite the title failing to top the charts. According to the studio’s CEO Tero Virtala, the PlayStation 4 project was developed over the course of three years and utilised a budget of €30 million. This, incredibly, is fairly small for a AAA title these days, which is why the release hasn’t needed to set…

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Black Widow: 5 Confirmed Theories For The Next Marvel Movie

Fans have a lot of questions about Scarlett Johansson’s long-awaited solo MCU film ‘Black Widow.’ So, what about it do we know for sure? Source: https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2486098/black-widow-5-confirmed-theories-for-the-next-marvel-movie

Resident Evil 3 Remake Skips The Game Awards, Fuelling State of Play Rumours

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/resident_evil_3_remake_skips_the_game_awards_fuelling_state_of_play_rumours No plans to do with the game. Some very, very interesting news is making its way out of Geoff Keighley’s Reddit AMA concerning The Game Awards next week. The all but confirmed Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake for PlayStation 4 will not be appearing at the show, with the host stating: “There are no plans (never were) to do anything with Resident Evil 3 at the show.”…

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The Game Awards to Feature 'Around 10 New Games' and Much More

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/the_game_awards_to_feature_around_10_new_games_and_much_more There will be more. The awards themselves are lovely, but let’s not kid ourselves, we’ll be watching The Game Awards next week for all the new announcements and reveals. It’s a good job then that host Geoff Keighley has given us insight into what will be at the show so that we can set our expectations accordingly — he says there will be “around 10 new games”…

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Twin-stick sci-fi shooter It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains brings its couch co-op action to PS4 next year

Growing up in the late 80’s and 90’s, the favourite weekend pastime of my brothers and I was playing video games. This is likely not that different from that of the reader, but keep in mind that this was a time before high-speed internet, before 65″ flat screens and before wireless controllers even. This meant we used to take turns or play at the same time, but always sitting right…

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Nexon invites you to preview KartRider: Drift on Xbox One!

KartRider: Drift is the only free-to-play, cross-platform kart racing game with full customization. Go head-to-head every season unlocking new karts, characters, tracks, and skins to flex your ride. Dive into turns and feel the intensity of the Unreal® Engine 4 graphics as you boost to the finish line. No Limits. Pre-download begins December 5, 10:00 AM PT. KartRider: Drift Playtest Times: PST (UTC -8): 5:00 PM Thursday, December 5 –…

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Dreams Early Access nears its end, Media Molecule announces the IMPY Awards

Mark your calendars – the first annual awards for Dreams are happening on 26th January! We’ve been so impressed by everything our incredible Early Access players have done. We’ve watched people grow into fully-fledged artists, designers, musicians and more. There have been creations we didn’t think possible (and some we’re still convinced are magic). So we’ll be celebrating the best of Early Access Dreams content during our live Twitch stream…

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Get in the Christmas Spirit with Concrete Genie's Free Brush Pack Update

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/get_in_the_christmas_spirit_with_concrete_genies_free_brush_pack_update Available today. Developer Pixelopus didn’t have any specific DLC planned when it was asked about post-launch support on Twitter back in October, but it has now become clear that the team has come up with an idea it simply has to implement into the game. A free Brush Pack update is available for download right now as part of patch 1.06. This new update affects the entire…

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Create Christmas-themed artwork in Concrete Genie with a new festive brush set, out today

Hi Everyone! Dom here again, Creative Director of Pixelopus. Now that some time has passed since the release of Concrete Genie, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the successful launch, amazing reviews, great fan support – and also to let you know about a little surprise we have in store for you all that will drop today! When we were making Concrete Genie, we knew that there…

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WALMART CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT REVEALS MORE DETAILS BEHIND THE CW'S BLOCKBUSTER TV CROSSOVER!

WALMART CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT REVEALS MORE DETAILS BEHIND THE CW'S BLOCKBUSTER TV CROSSOVER! CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT TO DIVE DEEPER INTO THE MYSTERIES OF THE CW’S CROSSOVER EVENT Read more Source / Read More https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2019/12/05/walmart-crisis-on-infinite-earths-100-page-giant-reveals-more-details-behind-the-cws

WALMART CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT REVEALS MORE DETAILS BEHIND THE CW'S BLOCKBUSTER TV CROSSOVER!

WALMART CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT REVEALS MORE DETAILS BEHIND THE CW'S BLOCKBUSTER TV CROSSOVER! CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS 100-PAGE GIANT TO DIVE DEEPER INTO THE MYSTERIES OF THE CW’S CROSSOVER EVENT Read more https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2019/12/05/walmart-crisis-on-infinite-earths-100-page-giant-reveals-more-details-behind-the-cws

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Pass Progression Is Suspiciously Slow

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/call_of_duty_modern_warfare_battle_pass_progression_is_suspiciously_slow 200 hours play needed. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s first Battle Pass launched two days ago as part of the big Season One update, but players are quickly discovering a major downside to the new progression model. It’s incredibly grindy, to the point where dedicated fans believe it will take roughly 200 hours of play to reach the top rank. It’s something we’ve experienced ourselves, too. After…

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How sound designer Takafumi Fujisawa created the original PlayStation’s iconic startup sound

Hey! My name’s Jeff Cork, and I’m a senior editor at Game Informer. It’s a great gig; I get to travel around and talk about the hobby I’ve enjoyed since I was a kid. The games are clearly the flashiest part of the job, but I’ve found the most rewarding aspect is talking with the talented men and women behind those games. That’s why this month’s cover story is easily one of the most satisfying that I’ve worked on across my entire career. As you probably know, today marks the 25th anniversary of the PlayStation’s launch in Japan. That’s a big milestone. We thought we’d blow it out with what seemed at first like an impossible task: Boil down the past 25+ years of PlayStation history into a single magazine…

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Google Stadia Terrified Sony Before Streaming Service's Tepid Launch

Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2019/12/google_stadia_terrified_sony_before_streaming_services_tepid_launch Impact was overstated. It looks like streaming could be a part of the future of video games, and with Google showing its hand with the recent Stadia launch, the moment we leave behind downloads could be closer than ever. That is if Google Stadia had been a success upon its release last month. Disappointing sales and alarmingly low player numbers have resulted in companies breathing a sigh of relief, Sony included. The Japanese giant was supposedly “terrified of Google’s entry into the video game space” before it hit the market. In a report from Kotaku’s ever-reliable Jason Schreier, it is stated that the hardware manufacturer was scared of Google’s entry into the video game streaming space. “Over the past couple of years, a number of developers have…

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