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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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  • Case Dismissed in Legal Battle Between Jim Sterling and James Romine of Digital Homicide

    It's a tale as old as time. Terrible game developer (James Romine of Digital Homicide) makes some asset flip games on Steam to score a quick buck. A game journalist (Jim Sterling) calls them out on their terribleness. Game developer gets mad for the truth hitting a large audience. Game developer sues game journalist for $10 million because they felt like the coverage the game journalist gave their game caused him emotional damage and had forever harmed his game company. Game developer then ups t...
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  • New Styx: Shards of Darkness Developer Diary - What it Takes to Make a Goblin

    The latest developer diary for Styx: Shards of Darkness shows us what it takes to create a goblin. This isn't just any goblin though, this is Styx, a stealthy "thief" like master of the shadows that knows how to pick his fights.
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  • Intense Battles Highlight New NieR: Automata Trailer

    Intense Battles Highlight New NieR: Automata Trailer

    The new "Arsenal of Elegant Destruction" trailer for NieR: Automata shows off a number of the unique weapons at your disposal, the "fluid combo system" and the "fast-based battle mechanics" for the game.
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  • Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo Switch

    Every time a new piece of kit is in the pipeline, then the rumours and hype, specs and 'leaked' photos hit our screens as the excitement builds. This has been the case repeatedly and something that we have come to accept and even enjoy. Some might ask "why all of the excitement?" That question is pretty easy to answer when you take time to consider how much we rely on our Smartphones, laptops, consoles, tablets and all the other electronic innovations we can enjoy. Browsing the internet, ...
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  • Nioh Adding Harder Difficulty in Late March, PvP in April

    Nioh Adding Harder Difficulty in Late March, PvP in April

    Koei Tecmo announced some of their upcoming content drops for Nioh, the awesome not-quite-Dark-Souls game that just released this month on the PlayStation 4. Some of these updates include higher-difficulty missions in March and the implementation of PvP in April.
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    The above updates are free to everyone that owns t...
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  • Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack Released, 1.05 Update Released, and A King's Tale Game for Free

    Square Enix released the Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack and DLC today for all Season Pass owners of the game. In addition, the free version of the Booster Pack will be released soon. The big news is the release of the 1.05 update that was released this week. This update includes music tracks from NieR: Automata, an increased level cap, and a higher framerate for the PlayStation 4 Pro lite mode.
    Square Enix today launched the Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack + DLC, now available to all
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  • CS:GO Player Uses Exploit to Spam Chat and Avoid Kicks

    CS:GO Player Uses Exploit to Spam Chat and Avoid Kicks

    Reddit has made the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive community aware of a player (or players) that has been going around to servers, spamming chat, and avoiding being kicked.

    The user is on some sort of crusade to make Valve aware of cheaters in CS:GO by going about it in one of the most ass-backwards ways possible. All that Valve has done so far is provide a small solution to mitigate the exploit that the user is making use of. In the longer term Valve is "working on a solution"...
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  • Blizzard will Drop Windows XP and Vista Support Later this Year

    Blizzard will Drop Windows XP and Vista Support Later this Year

    Later this year, Blizzard will drop support for Windows XP and Windows Vista. The announcement came via a short Battle.net announcement.
    Starting later this year, we will begin the process of ending support for Windows XP and Windows Vista in World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm. Microsoft ceased mainstream support for these versions of Windows in 2009 and 2012, respectively, but since a decent portion of our audience was still using them
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  • Nintendo Brings the Hammer Down on Switch Thieves

    Nintendo Brings the Hammer Down on Switch Thieves

    You may have seen some people claiming to already have a Nintendo Switch in their possession. Many of these people are probably media outlets but a few of them are not.

    It turns out that some undisclosed number of Switch units were stolen by a distributor of the hardware located within the United States. Nintendo didn't let that slip by, not by a long shot.
    "Earlier this week, individuals claimed to prematurely purchase a small number of Nintendo Switch systems from
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  • Two New Screenshots for Final Fantasy VII Remake; One New Screen for Kingdom Hearts 3

    Today at the Magic Monaco event, Square Enix showed off some new screenshots for both Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3. There really isn't much here, but we have two shots for Final Fantasy VII and one for Kingdom Hearts 3 for you to take a look at.


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  • Portal Writer Erik Wolpaw Leaves Valve

    Portal Writer Erik Wolpaw Leaves Valve

    Another amazing talent parted ways with Valve today. Erik Wolpaw, the writer best known for his work on the Portal games, both of the Half-Life 2 episodes, and Old Man Murray, has officially left Valve.

    Wolpaw was also a co-writer for Left 4 Dead. Prior to his work at Valve, Wolpaw helped to write Psychonauts with Double Fine Productions. Back in 2004, Wolpaw was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and planned to quit Valve as he wouldn't be able to fulfill his duties due to a worsening...
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