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Sony Reveals the Look of the PlayStation 5 'DualSense' Controller

Meet the DualSense.

Sony has just shared the first ever public showing of the DualSense, the controller that is shipping with the PlayStation 5. In a new blog post, Sony's senior VP of platform planning and management Hideaki Nishino shared a few images of the hardware along with some fresh details.

Nishino says that this is the final design that is starting to be shipped out to developers. As a result, the developers that receive these controllers will soon be able to...
 

Review: Half-Life Alyx is VR at Its Finest

A watershed moment for VR gaming.

In the past several days, I have gone back and forth on what I wanted to write for the Half-Life: Alyx review. I have gone through several revisions and at least two full rewrites now. It's not that I am at a loss for words. It's more that I just have too much that I want to say. I want to go on and on about how neat this sequence was or how refined this aspect was. The result of that review was just some rambling word salad that made for a poor reading...
 

The Last of Us Part II Delayed Indefinitely

This decision comes direct from Sony.

In the early afternoon on April 2, word came direct from Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), that both The Last of Us Part II and Marvel's Iron Man VR are delayed "until further notice." The reason behind these delays is, you guessed it, due to the ongoing global crisis.

Word first came from the official PlayStation Twitter account. ...
 

Valve Offers Suggestions on Reducing Steam Bandwidth

Budget that bandwidth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Everyone is at home. If not, they probably should be. 2020 has been crazy wild and it's still only March. One of the things people have been doing more of, is playing games. What else is there to do when you're under quarantine? Work? HA! Screw that!

The problem with being at home all the time like this, is that the network in your home, country, or even globally can be impacted significantly. People have more time now...
 

Review: Persona 5 Royal

A master class in improving upon what is already great.

In September 2016, the original release of Persona 5 made its debut in Japan for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. It eventually had its Western market debut in April 2017. The game was developed by P-Studio and published in North America by Atlus. Despite a few minor issues, it was largely regarded as a fantastic JRPG with excellent art, an intriguing cast of characters, enjoyable gameplay, and even a rad soundtrack. Persona...
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  • Saints Row 2 PC is Getting Some Much Needed Patches Soon

    Saints Row 2 PC is Getting Some Much Needed Patches Soon

    After years of searching, the original PC source code has been found.

    As part of their 11th anniversary stream for Saints Row 2, Volition announced that they are going to release some massive improvements to the severely broken game on PC.

    The team has found the PC source code from the original release on the PC. Keep in mind that the game was initially outsourced to a third-party for the PC port and they did not do a great job at it. In fact, you might call the port "terrible"...
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  • Apex Legends Fight or Fright Event Begins October 15

    Apex Legends Fight or Fright Event Begins October 15

    It's time to get spooky.

    Respawn and EA just announced a new limited-time collection event for Apex Legends. This event has a very obvious Halloween them going for it and is appropriately being called the "Fight or Fright Collection Event."

    From October 15 through November 5, Apex Legends players will get to experience Kings Canyon at night, complete exclusive event challenges, earn special Halloween cosmetics, and more.

    According to a blog post...
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  • Multiple Layoffs Hit Planetside 2 Studio Daybreak Games

    Multiple Layoffs Hit Planetside 2 Studio Daybreak Games

    Layoffs are the result of a company "realignment."

    Multiple employees have been laid off from Daybreak Games. These layoffs occured at the end of the week last week and have seemingly impacted every department within the company. The San Diego-based studio is responsible for games such as Planetside 2, H1Z1, and the newly launched Planetside Arena.

    Planetside Arena went into Early Access just this past month, but so far the reception has been tepid, at best,...
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  • Inertial Drift to Bring Arcade Racing to Consoles and PC

    Inertial Drift to Bring Arcade Racing to Consoles and PC

    Alexa, play Deja Vu.

    If you need a break from the super sim focused racing games out there, maybe keep an eye on the newly announced Inertial Drift. This new arcade style racing game was just announced today by PQube and Level 91 Entertainment for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

    The game, slated to be released in Spring 2020 is an arcade racing experience that features 1-on-1 racing against a single opponent at a time. What sets this one apart from...
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  • Cyberpunk 2077 Photography Contest Announced

    Cyberpunk 2077 Photography Contest Announced

    Get a bunch of Cyberpunk gear for taking a good picture.

    CD Projekt RED just announced a special photography contest today for Cyberpunk 2077. Hopeful contestants can begin submitting their entries today all the way through to December 16, 2019. The winners will be announced in January 2020 at some point.

    The contest is looking for entries that capture a "true Cyberpunk vibe" from your area. Take a photo that you feel captures it best and submit it to the co...
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  • Review: GreedFall (PC)

    Review: GreedFall (PC)

    A long and thrilling journey.

    GreedFall is a game that filled a gaping void I did not know I had for a new action-RPG experience. Though it lacks some of the polish you would expect from a major game release these days, the game still rewards the player with fun and varied combat, complex story beats, and an overall experience that should make even the veterans at BioWare sit up and take notice. For those of you that have been on the fence about picking up GreedFall, you would be doing...
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  • Blizzard Issues Insultingly Pathetic Statement About Blitzchung Suspension and Reasoning

    The cowards just doubled down.

    Taking a page from politicians and businesses that know late on Friday is the best time to release news that you are positively ashamed to share, Blizzard has finally issued a statement about the recent ban on Blitzchung and two Hearthstone casters.

    Before we get into it all, let's just read what they have to say. Here is Blizzard's full statement as it currently appears on their website.



    Despite a reduction of...
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  • This is How You Can Play GWENT on iOS Ahead of Release

    This is How You Can Play GWENT on iOS Ahead of Release

    It's pretty easy to get access.

    CD Projekt RED announced today that there will be a "closed beta" access to GWENT: The Witcher Card Game on iOS devices. Though the game won't officially be launched until October 29 for Apple branded devices, there is a way you can start playing on October 15.

    How do you get early access to this card battling game? It's simple.

    All you need to do is put your email in on this dedicated GWENT mobile focused site using...
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  • Blizzard Chooses Not to Ban American University Hearthstone Players Who Showed Support for Hong Kong

    The team decided to forfeit the season anyway over Blizzard's double standards.

    Blizzard continues to dig themselves into an ever deepening hole this week. It all began when Blizzard banned a professional Hearthstone player and took away his earnings after he voiced his support for the Hong Kong protests during a live-stream interview. The troubles continued when lawmakers and plenty of others loudly voiced their disgust over what they did. Some Blizzard employees even staged a wa...
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  • Fallback Launches Tomorrow from Former Division Devs

    Fallback Launches Tomorrow from Former Division Devs

    Developer Endroad is made up of former Ubisoft and Amplitude devs.

    Tomorrow, October 11, a game called Fallback will be released on PC via Steam from a development studio called ENDROAD. ENDROAD is an independent studio made up of veteran developers that worked on games like The Division, Endless Space, and Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

    Put on your boots, a gas mask, and your jet pack and fight to save humanity. You play as one of the brave volunteers trying to bring humanity...
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  • Isometric Stealth Game Winter Ember Announced

    Isometric Stealth Game Winter Ember Announced

    Get a look at the game ahead of its reveal at the L.A. Comic Con.

    Those who are going to the L.A. Comic Con this weekend will get to check out a new isometric stealth game called Winter Ember.

    Winter Ember is an upcoming isometric steal game from Sky Machine Studios. It's a game set in a Victorian looking world and it follows Arthur Artorias, a "faceless man set in pursuit of answers and revenge." The game picks up after Arthur spent almost a decade in exile....
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