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The David Cage Trilogy Coming to Steam on June 18

A full script may or may not be included.

On June 18, Quantic Dream says that they will release not one, not even two, but three titles on Steam. These three titles were out first on PlayStation hardware, with a PC release hitting last Summer on the Epic Games Store. It seems as though a year has passed, as these things tend to do, and as such it's time for Steam to have its moment to shine.

On June 18, we will see Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls, and Heavy R...
 

Unreal Engine 5 Announced for Next-gen Platforms

Don't expect any games any time soon though.

"Nanite" and "Lumen" are going to be the new buzzwords for the next few years. Those two terms were the highlight of today's reveal for the Unreal Engine 5. The engine, still very early in development at Epic, won't be released to the public until late 2021. An early preview will be made available to some in early 2021. This engine is being built to support current-generation consoles, next-generation consoles, PC, Mac,...
 

Mafia 1 Getting a Full Remake for Newly Announced Mafia: Trilogy

Make sure your floor is clean because your jaw is about to hit it.

Three games. Three eras. That's the idea behind the newly announced Mafia: Trilogy. Though only presented with a short teaser and some screenshots, we do know a few key ideas behind the Mafia: Trilogy.

First off, it looks as though the first Mafia title will be called Mafia: Definitive Edition and will be a full remake. We're talking about some gorgeous looking visuals and modern conveniences on a game...
 

Steam Summer Sale 2020 Dates Leaked

Get those wallets ready.

A time honored consumer tradition is waiting until the right moment to spend a lot of money on items they wanted but did not want to pay full price for. An equally time honored tradition, at least among PC gamers is having the dates of the Steam Summer Sale leaked well ahead of time.

In fact, those dates are usually leaked right around this time of the year. In fact, 2019's dates were leaked almost exactly a year ago, with a difference of just...
 

Just a Reminder that Elder Scrolls VI Details are Still Many Years Away

In case that wasn't obvious.

Bethesda's Pete Hines confirmed again this weekend that any details for The Elder Scrolls VI are still many years away. This was completely expected after Bethesda's first reveal from E3 2018 that said it was coming after Starfield. As Starfield is also still quite a ways away, this should come as no surprise to anybody.

Starfield itself was only briefly discussed back at E3 2018. We did not know much about the game then. In fact, we know about...
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  • MapleStory 2 Skybound Expansion Phase 2 Launches January 10

    MapleStory 2 Skybound Expansion Phase 2 Launches January 10


    The second phase of the Skybound expansion for MapleStory 2 is slated to arrive on January 10. Nexon announced the news today alongside word that the expansion content will include a new chapter of "epic quests," plus new dungeons, Chaos Raids, and seasonal events.

    One of the big highlights from this update will be the introduction of the Fortress Rumble Dungeon. This new dungeon will reward players with Legendary weapons and armor by progressing through the ranks....
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  • Fallout 4 Capital Wasteland Mod Returns from Limbo

    Fallout 4 Capital Wasteland Mod Returns from Limbo


    A short time back, it seemed like the Capital Wasteland mod for Fallout 4 would be stuck in a perpetual state of limbo. The mod was aiming to essentially bring over Fallout 3, environments and all, into Fallout 4. This included the environments, quests, and even the dialogue from Fallout 3.

    Yeah, there were more than a few legal issues with at least some of that and after some discussions with Bethesda, the mod team opted to put the project on hold. Thankfully, it looks like...
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  • Project Cars Devs Announce New Gaming Console

    Project Cars Devs Announce New Gaming Console


    Slightly Mad Studios, the development team behind Project Cars revealed today that they are working on a new "stand alone console" that they hope will be released within the next three years.

    The news came directly from the Twitter account of Ian Bell, the CEO of Slightly Mad Studios. He's calling it "The Mad Box" and he's already promising some rather fanciful features. Speaking with Variety, Bell says that The Mad Box will be a console similar to an Xbox...
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  • Two Popular LEGO Games Pulled from Steam

    Two Popular LEGO Games Pulled from Steam


    As the year ticked over into 2019, two LEGO titles were quietly pulled from Steam and other digital retailers. These two games are the now dearly departed LEGO The Lord of the Rings and LEGO The Hobbit.

    The removal of these two games was first spotted via Reddit user SuperMoonky. It looks as though these games still have their Steam Store pages intact, but they no longer show up when searching for them. Additionally, there is no option to purchase the games should you somehow...
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  • Skyrim Mod 'Beyond Skyrim: Morrowind - The New North' Debut Trailer Reveal

    Skyrim Mod 'Beyond Skyrim: Morrowind - The New North' Debut Trailer Reveal


    We all love massive game mods, especially when they hold nothing back. Thankfully, the mod scene for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still very much alive and kicking as we're about to find out. A Skyrim mod team has been hard at work creating a mod called "Beyond Skyrim: Morrowind - The New North," or "The New North," or even "Beyond Skyrim" for short. In a broader sense, Beyond Skyrim will be a collection of mods that bring most major areas of Tamriel together...
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  • Over 7.6 Million User Accounts Leaked in Town of Salem Data Breach

    Over 7.6 Million User Accounts Leaked in Town of Salem Data Breach


    Late last night, word broke that over 7.6 million accounts were leaked as part of a BlankMediaGames data breach. BlankMediaGames is the studio that develops and operates the popular browser based role-playing game Town of Salem. The news first broke at the data mining and search database site DeHashed. They were sent an email on December 28, 2018 from an anonymous source. The email provided evidence of server access and provided the complete database to DeHashed for verification.
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  • Persona 5 R Teased for PlayStation 4

    Persona 5 R Teased for PlayStation 4


    Some days back, Persona 5 fans noticed that Atlus registered a number of new websites indicating that something more was coming for the game. Namely, it was speculated that a Persona 5 R would be announced shortly.

    Today, Atlus gave a little teaser on the "P5R" website that indicates a new project will be officially revealed for the PlayStation 4. The problem is, we're going to have to wait until March to find out more about what this actually is. Until then, enjoy...
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  • Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next

    Epic Games Reportedly Launching Mobile App Store Next


    First, Epic came for Steam on the PC front. They threw piles of cash at studios to put their games on the Epic Games Store for a period of exclusivity that lasts at least one year or more. Now, Epic may be going after that sweet, sweet mobile industry by launching their own mobile games store.

    This is according to a new report from MarketWatch.



    MarketWatch goes on to say that Epic will once again allow devs to keep 88% of earned revenues. This is in...
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  • Reminder: Steam to Ditch Windows XP Support on January 1, 2019

    Reminder: Steam to Ditch Windows XP Support on January 1, 2019


    In case you forgot, or were simply unaware, Valve will drop Steam support for Windows XP machines beginning January 1, 2019. This more than likely doesn't really impact you unless you are one of the 0.11% that are still using Windows XP as of the November 2018 hardware survey. Of course, Microsoft ended support for XP back in 2014, meaning it has already seen four years without security patches.

    Here is what Valve announced earlier this year about their Windows XP support ending....
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  • Blizzard Attempting to Clean up Twitch Chat Dumpster Fire by Tying Accounts to Battle.net


    If you've ever been on Twitch for even a small amount of time, you probably have a decent idea of just how downright terrible the chat experience can be. It is especially egregious in larger chats and chats that lack proper moderation, filters, or spam reduction modes enabled. Even then, it's still kind of garbage. Blizzard realizes this and they are apparently taking their own steps to try to make the chat experience a little bit less crap.

    The studio announced that they will...
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  • These Are the Top 'Controller-Friendly' PC Games of 2018

    These Are the Top 'Controller-Friendly' PC Games of 2018


    Valve just released a new set of charts today as a follow-up to their "Best of 2018" lists from earlier this week. Today's lists provide a look at some the best "controller-friendly" games that players enjoyed throughout 2018. In a weird twist, Valve broke down the games based on the controller that was used to play them: Xbox controller, PlayStation 4 controller, Steam controller, and the Switch Pro controller.

    Valve broke each of the pages down into three...
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