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Yakuza: Like a Dragon's New Game Plus Mode Is Paid DLC in Japan After Being Included for Free in Past Titles

Super hard difficulty, too. Yakuza: Like a Dragon has got off to a good start in its native Japan with some pretty solid sales figures. And despite its dramatic departure in the gameplay department — swapping action combat for turn based battles — the title appears to have been well received. However, the release is…

How a webcomic turned anime became PS4 arena brawler One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

In the upcoming PS4 arena brawler One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, players will get to experience the abilities of Saitama, the titular One Punch Man, as well as discover the story with their very own custom Hero. Ahead of A Hero Nobody Knows launch on 28th February, we caught up with the anime…

Remember When Dead or Alive 6 Was Pretending to Be Mature?

What a boob. There was a period, prior to release, where Koei Tecmo proclaimed Dead or Alive 6 would be slightly less suggestive than its predecessors. Of course, the publisher knows exactly what makes the property popular, and quickly populated the sequel with all sorts of bikinis and bondage costumes. Now it’s back with a…

DOOM Eternal's TV Ad Is Being Torn Apart for Its Shocking Lack of Metal Music

Rightly so. What do you think of when you think of DOOM? Demons, big mad guns, blood-soaked hellscapes, brutal action… And thumping metal music, obviously. The unapologetically metal soundtrack to 2016’s DOOM elevated the shooter massively, and we expect DOOM Eternal’s track list to do the same. So whose idea was it to put generic…

Yakuza: Like a Dragon's New Game Plus Mode Is Paid DLC in Japan After Being Included for Free in Past Titles

Super hard difficulty, too. Yakuza: Like a Dragon has got off to a good start in its native Japan with some pretty solid sales figures. And despite its dramatic departure in the gameplay department — swapping action combat for turn based battles — the title appears to have been well received. However, the release is currently being hounded by fans because its New Game Plus mode is being locked behind…

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How a webcomic turned anime became PS4 arena brawler One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

In the upcoming PS4 arena brawler One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, players will get to experience the abilities of Saitama, the titular One Punch Man, as well as discover the story with their very own custom Hero. Ahead of A Hero Nobody Knows launch on 28th February, we caught up with the anime producer Chinatsu Matsui, and the game’s producer Yahata Yasuhiro to find out more on what…

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Remember When Dead or Alive 6 Was Pretending to Be Mature?

What a boob. There was a period, prior to release, where Koei Tecmo proclaimed Dead or Alive 6 would be slightly less suggestive than its predecessors. Of course, the publisher knows exactly what makes the property popular, and quickly populated the sequel with all sorts of bikinis and bondage costumes. Now it’s back with a brand new DLC character, and it’s forgotten all about its past words and deeds. Tamaki,…

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DOOM Eternal's TV Ad Is Being Torn Apart for Its Shocking Lack of Metal Music

Rightly so. What do you think of when you think of DOOM? Demons, big mad guns, blood-soaked hellscapes, brutal action… And thumping metal music, obviously. The unapologetically metal soundtrack to 2016’s DOOM elevated the shooter massively, and we expect DOOM Eternal’s track list to do the same. So whose idea was it to put generic borderline mumble rap over this new DOOM Eternal television ad? Granted, it’s only 24 seconds…

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Cyberpunk 2077 Tweet hints Next Gen Delay?

Cyberpunk 2077 Tweet hints Next Gen Delay? With no news from Sony and the gamerpunk universe awash with all kinds of rumours do to with Coronavirus, Manufacturing and supply issues, pricing problems – we get a tweet from the good folk at CDProjektRed. The Cyberpunk 2077 team release a tweet with reassuring gamers “Gamers should never be forced to purchase the same game twice or pay for upgrades. Owners of…

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Survive a tension-filled underwater adventure in Freediver: Triton Down Extended Cut, out this week on PS VR

Time to take a deep breath and take the plunge: we’re pleased to announce that the Extended Cut of our submersive adventure VR game, Freediver: Triton Down, is available this Thursday, 27th February! The original cut of Freediver: Triton Down was released on PC VR in May 2019; from the intense underwater escape from a sinking ship, to its gesture-based swimming mechanic, to its nomination for VR Game of the…

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PlayStation Fans' Patience Running Thin As PS5 Remains a No-Show

Patience is a virtue. You can taste the tension in every Tweet and forum post: PlayStation fans are tired of waiting for next-gen news. While we’d expected the PlayStation 5 to be fully revealed by now – as was the case with the PS4 seven years ago – Sony has said little about its upcoming console so far this year, showcasing its logo and little else. Of course, that similar-looking…

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Kojima Productions Is the Latest Company to Skip GDC Because of Coronavirus

Follows Sony and Facebook. Kojima Productions, the studio behind Death Stranding, has confirmed that it’ll miss out on GDC 2020. The developer, headed by Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima, says: ” made the difficult decision to cancel our participation at the 2020 Game Developers Conference due to increasing concerns related to coronavirus”. Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/02/kojima_productions_is_the_latest_company_to_skip_gdc_because_of_coronavirus

Devolver Digital Announces Unusual Sci-Fi Action Game Disc Room

Blades of chaos. You can always count on Devolver Digital to publish zany, stylish, and macabre indie games, and for that, we love it. The latest announcement from the company is Disc Room, a strange game about dodging saw blades in a series of deathtrap rooms aboard an alien structure. It comes from a selection of respected indie developers whose collective work includes Minit, Enter the Gungeon, Gang Beasts, and…

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Xbox Series X Detailed as Sony Remains Completely Silent on PS5

An interesting development. We already know what the Xbox Series X looks like thanks to its reveal at The Game Awards back in December, and now Microsoft has further detailed its next-gen console. In a reasonably lengthy post penned by head of Xbox Phil Spencer, the company spills the beans on Xbox Series X. Well, kind of. Read the full article on pushsquare.com Source: PushSquare: http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2020/02/xbox_series_x_detailed_as_sony_remains_completely_silent_on_ps5

Microsoft Confirms 12 Teraflops for Xbox Series X, 120 FPS, Quick Resume

Backwards compatability support. It was a seemingly quiet Monday afternoon when all of a sudden Microsoft dropped a bucket load of new details for its next-generation console, the Xbox Series X. The team in green has confirmed that the system will boast of 12 Teraflops, support for 120 frames per second, DirectX Raytracing, and a Quick Resume feature which will allow you to bounce between multiple games without suspending their current states. The number of Teraflops the machine will be packing is the biggest talking point here — doubling that of the Xbox One X and nearly triple that of the PlayStation 4 Pro. It represents a sizable step forward for the next set of consoles with the PlayStation 5 expected to land in or around the same area specs-wise.…

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Review: Hunt: Showdown – A Monster That Needs More Meat On Its Bones

“I’ll hold them off, and Bayou some time”. A truly monstrous take on multiplayer shooters, Hunt: Showdown finally makes its way to the PlayStation 4 having already set hairs on edge elsewhere. Despite being in need of some more combat, the game is an unsettling experience that melds player-versus-player and player-versus-environment content to offer something unlike anything else on PS4. Aside from a tutorial with multiple difficulty levels, Hunt: Showdown is an entirely online experience. Players step into the well-worn boots of bounty hunters in an approximation of 19th century Louisiana. You’ll navigate a sizeable chunk of bayou-inspired swampland, populated by all kinds of nasties. Rank and file zombies can be downed with a headshot, while armoured beasts and devil dogs can dish out plenty of damage and often need…

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