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System Shock and Skatebird Among Over a Dozen Games with New Limited Time Demos

In honor of The Game Awards, about a dozen games released limited time demos on Steam.

Later tonight, The Game Awards will be streamed live. That all kicks off at 8:30PM (ET) and can be watched online at places like Twitch, Steam, Mixer, Twitter, YouTube, consoles, other websites, and even at select movie theaters.

We already knew that.

What we didn't know until just a short time ago is that Geoff Keighley has also organized a special bonus treat for everyone. Today, he announced The Game Festival. The Game Festival, going live right...
 

MLB The Show is No Longer a PlayStation Exclusive

Soon, MLB The Show will be available on more than just Sony's platforms.

It has just been announced that starting as soon as 2021's release, MLB The Show will no longer be a PlayStation platform exclusive. Though other platforms have not yet been specified, both the official Nintendo and Xbox Twitter accounts were quick to comment on this new development.

For the past dozen or so years, MLB The Show has been developed by San Diego Studio, a subsidiary of Sony Interactive Entertainment. Sony has also had the exclusive rights to develop and publish...
 

New 2K Studio Confirmed to be Working on Next BioShock Game

The first project for the new Cloud Chamber is the next entry in the BioShock series.

2K just announced today that they have opened up a new game development studio under their publishing umbrella. The new studio is called Cloud Chamber and will have not one but two different locations for their operations. The team will operate both out of 2K's San Francisco Bay Area HQ in Novato, CA in addition to a new location in Montreal, Quebec. This marks the first Canadian office for 2K.

The other big surprise today is the fact that Cloud Chamber has...
 

DICE Nerfed the TTK Yet Again in Battlefield V

Almost one year later and DICE is repeating the same exact mistakes.

Back on December 12, 2018, DICE decided to adjust the TTK (Time To Kill) for weapons in Battlefield V. A lot of the changes made weapons a fair bit less effective at actually taking out enemies. DICE said that they found that their "wider player base was dying too fast." That is to say, the shorter TTK wasn't too friendly for new players. To say that the core Battlefield community hated the changes is probably a massive understatement.

So, DICE tried to find a compromise...
 

Resident Evil 3 Remake Cover Art Leaked

Features a look at Jill, Carlos, and Nemesis.

We seem to have yet another leak on our hands today. This time it's for the still not officially announced remake of Resident Evil 3. It seems as though the cover art for this totally not real game was found on the servers for the PlayStation Store.

A games tracker feature on Gamstat quickly embeded the images from the PlayStation Store and thus made them visible publicly. Since then the images were pulled from being publicly accessible on the PlayStation Store. It's a good thing Gematsu saved the...
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  • EA Working on Cross-Save and Progression Sharing Between Steam and Origin

    EA Working on Cross-Save and Progression Sharing Between Steam and Origin

    Seems EA is serious about this return to Steam.

    With the recent announcement that EA was making a return to Steam, a number of questions remained unanswered. A couple of those questions focused on whether or not there would be support for things like cross-save or even cross-progression between EA's own Origin platform and Steam.

    Fortunately, we have a few promising answers today. Most developers don't like to split their communities and EA is no exception. It seems they are working to get Origin to work similar to how Ubisoft's Uplay works with...
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  • Guerrilla Games' Hermen Hulst is New Head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios

    Guerrilla Games' Hermen Hulst is New Head of PlayStation Worldwide Studios

    Shuhei Yoshida moves to a new position.

    Sony is making even more changes in their managerial roles. The latest was announced early this morning with Hermen Hulst taking over as the new Head of Worldwide Studios (WWS). Hermen Hulst is the co-founder of Guerrilla Games and most recently served as the development studio's Managing Director.

    Hulst's promotion also means that Shuhei Yoshida is getting shifted around a bit within PlayStation. Thankfully, Yoshida isn't leaving the company. He will insteads move from being the President of Worldwide...
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  • The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters Launch Trailer

    The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters Launch Trailer

    A sequel to a popular Korean survival horror game.

    Starting at $11.99 (USD), you will be able to pick up The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters as part of a Steam Early Access release. This release is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It is a survival horror adventure that makes use of a visual-novel art style and "manhwa aesthetics."

    Those that buy in during the Early Access phase will also get a free Survival Guide and Artbook in addition to the Original Soundtrack. This pack of contents is valued at $7.99 if purchased separately, but will...
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  • WWE 2K20: A Game So Bad It Made The News

    WWE 2K20: A Game So Bad It Made The News


    If you’re a dedicated WWE2K gamer, this day has been coming for a while. With each new release in the franchise, complaints from players have been getting louder about the lack of innovations and new features. Universe mode has been broken for years. Story modes are short and unfulfilling. Making progress through career mode is impossible without microtransactions or loot boxes, and graphics have barely progressed since WWE2K15. When news of WWE2K20’s launch arrived later in the year than everyone expected it to, it was hoped that 2K had taken the time to correct...
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  • Tycoon Simulator Transport Fever 2 Out on December 11

    Tycoon Simulator Transport Fever 2 Out on December 11

    I got a fever and the only prescription is more transportation systems.

    A new tycoon simulation game from Good Shepherd Entertainment and Urban Games is on the way. On December 11, Windows and Linux users will get to play Transport Fever 2 if they pick it up via Steam.

    To get you into the tycoon spirit, the first Transport Fever is available for 80% off on Steam from now until Friday, November 8. This brings the price down to a mere $7 (USD).

    The sequel, Transport Fever 2, includes over 170 years worth of real-world tech and history...
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  • Razer Announces Some New Wireless Basilisk Mice

    Razer Announces Some New Wireless Basilisk Mice

    I've got no wires to hold me down.

    Razer just announced some new wireless mice today in their Basilisk lineup. These mice include the Razer Basilisk Ultimate and the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed. These mice have the Razer "HyperSpeed Wireless Technology" that allow them to "deliver superior speed, precision, and performance."

    This HyperSpeed thing sounds like marketing, but let's see what they say about its performance.



    Without any actual test figures, that's up to you as to whether or not you believe...
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  • Stealth Action Series I.G.I. Set to Return in 2021

    Stealth Action Series I.G.I. Set to Return in 2021

    An old franchise is about to get a new game from a new developer.

    Toadman Interactive is getting ready to publish a new entry in the I.G.I. franchise. These games have been around for a long while now and they prominently featured gameplay of the first-person stealth variety. The latest entry in the game is I.G.I. Origins and it is currently in development from Antimatter Games. This is the same studio that was the lead on Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.

    I.G.I. Origins is currently in development for the PC, Xbox One, and PC and is slated to have a...
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  • Red Dead Redemption 2 is Out Now on PC

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is Out Now on PC

    Though the game has had a rough launch.

    The PC release of Red Dead Redemption 2 is out today on the Rockstar Games Launcher and Epic Games Store (affiliate link). Today's release offers up the core Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay experience, for better or worse, but with the added benefit of higher resolutions and framerates compared to the console releases.

    This also marks the first time that a "Red Dead Redemption" game has appeared on the platform. The first Red Dead Redemption was sadly never brought over to the PC after it was released...
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  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is Out Now

    Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is Out Now

    For those who like waiting until everything is out.

    You can now get the release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider that includes every piece of DLC and the base game all in one convenient bundle. Today's release is appropriately called Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition.

    This release includes the base game, plus all seven pieces of post-launch DLC. Most of this DLC includes a lot of challenge tombs, weapons, outfits, and skills. It looks like the going price for Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition is $59.99 (USD).

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  • New Content Coming Next Week for Bridge Constructor Portal

    New Content Coming Next Week for Bridge Constructor Portal

    New levels and portal placement finally arriving.

    On November 12, Headup and ClockStone Software will release the first DLC for Bridge Constructor Portal on the PC via Steam, consoles like the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices such as Android and iOS. This new DLC is called "Portal Proficiency" and will provide players with new levels, and a long-requested feature.

    Coming next week will be 30 new test chambers that will perplex even the most seasoned of puzzle solving veterans. In addition, Portal Proficiency will add...
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  • Gio Corsi Announces Departure from PlayStation

    Gio Corsi Announces Departure from PlayStation

    The Vita's biggest fan, Gio Corsi, announces his departure from PlayStation.

    When you think of the PlayStation Vita, there is perhaps one name that should come to mind. That name is Gio Corsi. Corsi was one of the handful of Sony staff that would frequently appear on stage for various PlayStation events over the years. He has served as the Senior Director of Third Party Production and Developer Relations at PlayStation. He also served as the Head of Global second Party Games.

    Today, Gio Corsi announced that his final week at Sony was last week....
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