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Discord Distances Itself from Gaming

Discord is now your place to talk.

Discord was built upon the idea of bringing gamers of all types together. It's certainly a big factor that prompted my friends and I to make the move to Discord from TeamSpeak and Ventrilo however long ago it's been now. We were a group of friends that played a lot of games together. We didn't like the quality of the service we were paying monthly for from the alternatives and decided to give Discord a try. We never looked back.

That...
 

Cyberpunk 2077 New Trailer Revealed - 'The Gig'

A new trailer showcasing new footage, characters, and story.

Today, CD Projekt Red lifted the lid on a whole lot of new media and impressions for Cyberpunk 2077. A number of outlets have shared their first-hand experiences with a vertical slice of the game based on being able to play it for the past week or two now. Lucky SOBs, I'll tell you what. This all came together today in the release of those impressions to the web alongside a brand new official trailer from CD Projekt Red themselves....
 

Mixer is Shutting Down

Microsoft is pulling the plug on their streaming platform.

On July 22, Microsoft will officially close down their streaming service, Mixer, for good. The plan is to instead move all of its existing partners over to Facebook Gaming. This rather sudden announcement means that Mixer partners and streamers will be moving to Facebook Gaming beginning today.

According to The Verge, Microsoft "has struggled to reach the scale needed to Mixer to compete with Twitch, YouTube,...
 

Review: Disintegration

A terribly underwhelming take on the sci-fi FPS genre.

Disintegration, the debut title from V1 Interactive, places players in the shoes of Romer Shoal. Shoal was a former celebrity robot turned outlaw that leads a group of other current outlaws to take down the evil Rayonne. This is done through a lot of vehicle focused combat and some great character designs, but a terrible story with some surprisingly shallow gameplay. Though the game aims to become a real genre defining moment for...
 

Review: Maneater

A fun, albeit shallow, gameplay experience.

Maneater is one of those titles that is just the right amount of dumb fun. It pushes the dumb just far enough that you are not overly concerned with its obvious shortcomings. I suppose that any game that places you in the fins of a growing, angry as hell bull shark that can mutate and grow. These mutations provide your shark with gain special abilities is not a game that would ever take itself too seriously.

Maneater is a game...
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  • Review: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PS4)

    Review: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PS4)

    How far would you go for family?
    For the past year now, the Yakuza series has been burning brightly on the PlayStation 4. We had the fantastic Yakuza 0 make its way to Western audiences early in 2017, followed up by the ever so slightly inferior but still amazing Yakuza Kiwami a few months later. Despite these games existing for more than a decade across three different console generations, these PS4 releases are the first time many of us have ever gotten to experience the amazing...
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  • Shenmue and Shenmue 2 Getting Re-Releases on PS4, XB1, and PC in 2018

    Shenmue and Shenmue 2 Getting Re-Releases on PS4, XB1, and PC in 2018

    Sega apparently announced tonight that they are re-releasing both Shenmue and Shenmue II for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC some time in 2018. People seem to be rather excited about this announcement. Also, the Steam Store listing for Shenmue I&II is already up.

    Sega says that the Shenmue I&II re-release is the "definitive versions" of both games. They will include such modern features like scalable screen resolutions, choice of modern or classic control schemes, various...
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  • Rumor: New BioShock in Development from 2K

    Rumor: New BioShock in Development from 2K

    According to some quick investigative work by Kotaku's Jason Schreier, a "top-secret" 2K studio is working on a "top-secret" new BioShock game. Schreier found this out while reporting on a story about Hangar 13 and how that studio lost its way with Mafia III.

    This should probably not come as too big of a surprise to anybody. It will be interesting to see how this new BioShock game fares without Ken Levine and Irrational Games.
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  • Virtual Espionage Action: Oculus and Twisted Pixel Announce Defector

    Virtual Espionage Action: Oculus and Twisted Pixel Announce Defector

    Twisted Pixel, the development studio behind such games as 'Splosion Man, The Gunstringer, and The Maw have just announced their next title: Defector.

    Defector is a first-person virtual reality title coming out exclusively for the Oculus Rift. You play as an undercover spy caught in the middle of some potentially over-the-top scenarios. Go loud or use your wits to accomplish your goals. It's entirely up to you and you alone.
    Inspired by the impossible missions of our
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  • Terraria: Otherworld Cancelled After 3 Years of Development

    Terraria: Otherworld Cancelled After 3 Years of Development

    Three years ago Re-Logic announced Terraria: Otherworld, an "alternate dimension" to the Terraria universe that you probably know and maybe even love. The game was going to task players with trying to restore a once-pristine world that has been "overrun by a malevolent force that has corrupted nature itself." It wanted to combine elements of sandbox gameplay with RPG elements and strategy elements. That is to say: It was essentially Terraria set in an alternate universe. Well, it's been c...
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  • What Remains of Edith Finch Wins Best Game at 2018 BAFTA Awards

    What Remains of Edith Finch Wins Best Game at 2018 BAFTA Awards

    What Remains of Edith Finch has won for "Best Game" at the 2018 British Academy Games Awards. Other big winners tonight include Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, Cuphead, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and more.

    The full list of winners, broken down by category, can be found below. The full list of nominees can be found in our earlier posting or directly on the BAFTA website.

    I'll also note here that many of the games that were nominated are on sale through...
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  • Hunt: Showdown Receives Major Performance Patch

    Hunt: Showdown Receives Major Performance Patch

    Crytek just released the first major performance patch for Hunt: Showdown, their upcoming multiplayer FPS that features PvPvE style gameplay. This patch is focused on CPU optimizations, reducing memory usage, and tackling a number of known issues that caused stuttering during movement and aiming.

    Hunt: Showdown is currently in Steam Early Access for $29.99 (USD). The team has been quite good about keeping their community in the know about future patches and content updates...
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  • King of Nothing: Billy Mitchell Stripped of Records, Banned

    King of Nothing: Billy Mitchell Stripped of Records, Banned

    Most of Billy Mitchell's world records and high scores were stripped from him today following allegations that he cheated when he "earned" his high score in Donkey Kong of 1,062,800 points. The records, originally approved by Twin Galaxies, were subsequently stripped by Twin Galaxies following an "extensive research period" into claims that Mitchell utilized an emulator to obtain that high score. Mitchell first earned the record in Donkey Kong back in 1982. He then re-set the record ...
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  • Dead in Vinland Out Today on PC and Mac

    Dead in Vinland Out Today on PC and Mac

    Developer CCCP and publisher Playdius have released Dead in Vinland today for both Windows PC and Mac. For just $19.99 (USD; plus a launch week discount of 10%), you can pick up a new entry in the survival RPG genre.
    Protagonist Eirik finds himself exiled from his home as he and his family struggle to survive in the new faraway land they call home. Help the Viking family survive and thrive as they run into one hazard after another. Manage their physical and mental health, explore
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  • Siegfried Confirmed for Soulcalibur VI

    Siegfried Confirmed for Soulcalibur VI

    Sure, we know enough about Geralt, and others that are coming to Soulcalibur VI, so let's move on and get some fresh meat in here to talk about! The latest reveal today is for Siegfried Schtauffen, a familiar name to those familiar with the franchise.

    Check out his reveal trailer below and you may learn a few new things. For instance, I had no idea he even had a last name. He's been around since the start and I honestly didn't know this.
    His story began in the original
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  • Critical Consensus: God of War for PlayStation 4 is One of 2018's Best Games

    Critical Consensus: God of War for PlayStation 4 is One of 2018's Best Games

    The reviews for the new PlayStation 4 God of War started to come out early this morning and hot damn, it looks like it's a pretty good game. Alright, "pretty good" might be an understatement here because it's sitting at a 95 overall rating through OpenCritic and 94 on Metacritic. This places it in the top 0.1% of all games currently reviewed on OpenCritic. Both sites don't have any reviews that are lower than 80% as of the time of this posting. Let's see what some outlets that aren't...
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