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By Cian Maher, Sunday, 12 July 2020 17:25 GMT A couple of ex-Ubisoft developers have started up their own studio in Toronto. It’s called Beans. The news comes from a report published over at GamesIndustry.biz. According to the report, Dean Evans and Gabriela Salvatore have decided that legumes are the best foodstuff upon which to
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Ubisoft today announced that another three executives have resigned as the company continue trying to deal with the recent allegations of serious and widespread harrassment and abuse. The three stepping down are chief creative officer Serge Hascoët, global HR head Cécile Cornet, and Yannis Mallat, the managing director of Ubisoft’s Canadian studios. This comes a
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Today, we’re super excited to announce that Carrion, our grisly reverse-horror experience will launch for Xbox One on July 23! Our little team of sci-fi fanatics has been working hard to create an experience we think you’ll love, especially if you’ve always dreamed of portraying an amorphous blob of gristle, teeth and tentacles! We can’t
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If you like the idea of playing as the shape-shifting creature from John Carpenter’s The Thing, you’ll want to keep your eyes on Carrion, a Metroidvania-like adventure from Phobia Game Studio. Today, during the Devolver Direct livestream, Carrion was shown and given a July 23 release date for Switch, Xbox One, and PC. In Carrion,
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We’re all hungry for some next-gen developments and while this is neither the much-anticipated price of the PlayStation 5 nor the console’s reveal date, it’s your first look at Godfall‘s box art. Have a great weekend everyone! pic.twitter.com/xVn1q9Ncul — Godfall (@PlayGodfall) July 10, 2020 No, we don’t know how much Godfall will cost yet either.
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When the SUPERHOT Team first provided gamers with their ballet of destruction back in 2016, there was nothing else like it in the gaming scene. I mean, shooters were two-a-penny, but combining that action with a full on Matrix-style time-stop system? It blew the mind of many, myself included. Now though some four years later
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Let it not be said that SnowRunner doesn’t have enough snow to run (well, drive) through. The rough n’ tough truck sim is adding more routes to get stuck in with Lake Kovd, a treacherous frozen quagmire packed that’ll arrive with the game’s first season pass update later this week. Hope you’ve brought tyre chains,
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Ever since Sony first revealed the black and white PS5 console design, and even as far back as the DualSense controller reveal—creative fans have been eagerly photoshopping what alternate color schemes and special editions could look like. While most designers acknowledge that these are creative fakes, one ResetEra user posted a supposed “leaked promo ad”
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Classic Castlevania vibes live on in Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon 2, a sequel to the retro-inspired spinoff that Inti Creates developed for Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night. The 8-bit styled platformer has all the whip and gun action of its predecessor, now with local co-op. Swordsman Zangetsu is back and so is his grudge against
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Last week, we asked you to roam the world of The Last of Us Part II and share overgrown and hardened scenery shots using #PS4share and #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights:  Greenery takes over this broken urban landscape in Drag0nScary. Looking up in this shot from em_the_gem2. GAMEVNOM shares a Seraphite shrine. Ellie’s horse
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Microsoft’s acquisition of Double Fine is a major boon to the Xbox manufacturer and a huge blow to PlayStation fans, and—barring the insane idea that Microsoft might do multiplatform releases—Psychonauts 2 will be the last PlayStation release from the developer. PlayStation fans will get one last benefit from Microsoft’s acquisition of the studio, however. According
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Update: Nintendo has sent out a second tweet clarifying that the WayForward game that is being revealed is not based on a Nintendo property, but rather a third-party property. This squashes the original speculation that got “Wario Land” trending on Twitter. However, fans continue to speculate what the game from WayForward could be. Original Story (July
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Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Nintendo Switch. “Deadly Premonition 2 isn’t good, nor is it so bad that it’s good (like it’s predecessor). It’s something much, much worse: it’s mediocre. And that’s too bad. I’m certainly grateful for the chance to spend some more time with the eccentric and ever enthusiastic Francis York Morgan, because
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