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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Delayed

April is starting to look a little packed.

Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase said today that the game will be delayed slightly. Final Fantasy 7 Remake was originally slated to be released on March 3. Now, it will instead be released on April 10. This comes via a press release sent out Kitase and the development team at Square Enix.

This sad news comes roughly a week after the still unannounced demo for Final Fantasy 7 Remake was leaked. There are already...
 

New Character Focused Trailer and Screens for Resident Evil 3 Remake

When you smile...

When you think of Resident Evil 3, you probably think of the characters of Jill Valentine and the ever persistent Nemesis. You may even think of Carlos, whom you do spend a bit of time playing as after a certain story beat in the original. However, there are a number of other characters that were in the original that are maybe not as memorable. They are, nonetheless, still vital to the story and will obviously show up in the Resident Evil 3 remake that Capcom is working...
 

PlayStation is Officially Ditching E3 2020

A surprise move with the PlayStation 5 mere months away from release.

In late 2018, Sony announced that they would not participate in E3 2019. Today, history repeats itself as Sony has once again announced that they will not be participating in E3 2020. For the second year in a row, Sony and their PlayStation lineup will be a no-show at, what used to be, one of the largest industry events of the year.

Sony has been present at every previous E3 up until 2019. They have...
 

New Nvidia Driver Adds Framerate Limiter, VRSS for VR, and More

The 441.87 driver update is feature filled.

Nvidia released a special "CES" branded driver update today for their video cards. The 441.87 driver includes a number of new features that Nvidia GPU owners across a few different generations will get to make use of. This driver update also includes a very interesting new feature for those who have VR devices. ...
 

Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

Nvidia showed of a new 1080p, 360Hz monitor at CES.

When it comes to monitors, more is usually better, so long as you aren't talking about response times at least. More resolution means more pixels which means better image quality. More Hertz (Hz) means higher refresh rates which means the gameplay animations are smoother. Of course, to get these high resolutions or refresh rates, you need a powerful system that can support them.

If you do have a beefy system and you feel...
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  • Newly Revealed PlayStation 5 Logo will BLOW YOUR MIND

    Newly Revealed PlayStation 5 Logo will BLOW YOUR MIND

    KABOOOOOOM!

    As part of its CES 2020 conference, Sony revealed some hot new PlayStation 5 details. Jim Ryan took to the stage as fans looked on with bated breath. In an instance, Ryan turned the world upside-down with the reveal of the gorgeous PlayStation 5 logo.

    Gaze upon it and marvel!


    It's beautiful.

    Ryan also said a little bit about some of the PS5 capabilities, none of which are significantly surprising. Ryan goes on to say that there...
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  • Reports Suggest that a New Switch Model is Coming in 2020

    Reports Suggest that a New Switch Model is Coming in 2020

    This isn't the first time this rumor has popped up.

    Ever since the Nintendo Switch was released, it seems like we've had a rumor floating around about some "Switch Pro" that Nintendo was getting ready to ship. This rumor always had some varying degree of validity behind it though.

    Last year the rumor suggested that Nintendo was working on a couple new versions of the Switch. Naturally, the rumor again pushed the narrative of a "Switch Pro" being one...
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  • Dreams Has Gone Gold

    Dreams Has Gone Gold

    Go ahead, let your dreams be Dreams.

    Today, Media Molecule announced that the game they have been working on for around 7 years now is finally ready for release. Dreams was first announced back in 2013 with a teaser announcement that hit as early as Gamescom 2012. The studio that brought the world Tearaway and LittleBigPlanet has been working on a game where the only limitations are your imagination and the hardware of the PlayStation 4.

    At its heart, Dreams is a game...
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  • New Nvidia Driver Adds Framerate Limiter, VRSS for VR, and More

    New Nvidia Driver Adds Framerate Limiter, VRSS for VR, and More

    The 441.87 driver update is feature filled.

    Nvidia released a special "CES" branded driver update today for their video cards. The 441.87 driver includes a number of new features that Nvidia GPU owners across a few different generations will get to make use of. This driver update also includes a very interesting new feature for those who have VR devices. ...
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  • Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

    Nvidia Announces 360Hz Monitor for Competitive Gaming

    Nvidia showed of a new 1080p, 360Hz monitor at CES.

    When it comes to monitors, more is usually better, so long as you aren't talking about response times at least. More resolution means more pixels which means better image quality. More Hertz (Hz) means higher refresh rates which means the gameplay animations are smoother. Of course, to get these high resolutions or refresh rates, you need a powerful system that can support them.

    If you do have a beefy system and you feel...
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  • Crytek Temporarily Shelves Lawsuit Against Cloud Imperium Games

    Crytek Temporarily Shelves Lawsuit Against Cloud Imperium Games

    Lengthy development times are finally paying off for CIG.

    Back in the far off time of late 2017/early 2018 Crytek had sued Cloud Imperium Games. Crytek's main complaint was that CIG was planning on making two games, Star Citizen and Squadron 42, but they had only licensed the CryENGINE for one title. Then CIG issued a response. Then Crytek issued a response to CIG's response. Since those responses, it's been fairly quiet on the legal front from both studios.

    This past...
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  • Final Fantasy 7 Demo Contains Hints of PC Port

    Final Fantasy 7 Demo Contains Hints of PC Port

    The demo still isn't even announced yet btw.

    Despite the demo for Final Fantasy VII Remake still not being officially out yet, let alone even being announced, that hasn't stopped the leaks from flowing like the Nile. As 2019 came to a close, we were treated to the opening intro video for the Final Fantasy VII Remake demo.

    Since then, people have already recorded their entire play through of this demo and uploaded it to YouTube. Since that people have also datamined the...
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  • Respawn CEO Vince Zampella Takes Over DICE LA

    Respawn CEO Vince Zampella Takes Over DICE LA

    Announces a studio name change and more.

    Respawn Entertainment's co-founder and CEO, Vince Zampella, is about to shift gears. He is now in charge of DICE LA. This change will be finalized later this year. With it will come a new name for the studio. An unannounced game is also already in the works.

    According to the LA Times, the plan is to "expand and launch an original, as-yet-unrevealed game." According to Zampella, the new DICE LA will be separate from Respawn...
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  • Stalker 2 Ditches the X-Ray Engine

    Stalker 2 Ditches the X-Ray Engine

    RIP X-Ray

    There was a small update on the development of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 made today via the game's official Twitter account. Instead of utilizing the X-Ray Engine, or at least a highly updated version of it, they will instead be going with Unreal Engine.

    The X-Ray Engine was the 3D game engine created by GSC Game World. The engine was used to power the first three S.T.A.L.K.E.R. titles: Shadow of Chernobyl, Clear Sky, and Call of Pripyat.

    This news comes about...
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  • Casino Promotion: Common Marketing Strategies In Online Gambling Industry


    Advertising is the fuel of trade. It allows selling even the most common and trivial items and helps producers earn millions of dollars. The online gambling market is not an exception. As you know, the majority of high roller online casinos offer exclusive promotions and special withdrawal policy, which allows them to be recognized and remembered.

    However, advertising is strictly limited by law, so you need to be very attentive when applying various marketing strategies for...
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  • Leaked: The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Intro

    Leaked: The Final Fantasy VII Remake Demo Intro

    Spoiler warning... I guess?

    A few days back, a listing for a Final Fantasy VII Remake demo was spotted by Gamestat. This is the same source that confirmed the Resident Evil 3 remake and its cover art ahead of its official announcement.

    On its own the demo is reason enough to get excited. Square Enix hasn't officially announced a demo for the game yet, but with this leak it seems very reasonable to assume that one is coming shortly. It also stands to reason that the demo...
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