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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...
 

PlayStation 5 System Specs Revealed

We finally have the full next-gen picture.

As Sony's Mark Cerny wraps up his promised PlayStation 5 deep dive, the specs and other details for the PlayStation 5 have been released. So far, we know that the PlayStation 5 will be backwards compatible with most PlayStation 4 titles. Cerny seems to have stopped short of saying it will be backwards compatible with other generations, which is unfortunate.

We also learned today that Sony is putting a lot of effort into their...
 

Actual Full Specs of Xbox Series X Revealed

Microsoft invited press out for a unique hands-on experience.

If you were paying attention to all of the hottest tech focused sites and YouTube channels on March 16th, chances are you got a whole lot of Xbox Series X news injected into your eyeballs. This is because Microsoft recently invited a number of these tech sites out to their Redmond location to get a very hands-on with the Xbox Series X.

This hands-on included a complete look of the inner hardware, hands-on time...
 

Steam and CS:GO Break Concurrent User Records Yet Again

Actually, they broke records twice this weekend.

It seems like Valve isn't a fan of vinyl because they've been busy breaking records left and right this past month. In early February, we brought you word about how Counter-Strike: Global Offensive broke its old concurrent player record twice in the same weekend. Once the dust settled on the whirlwind weekend of February 8-9, 2020, the top number saw over 901,000 concurrent players enjoying CS:GO at one time. This had beaten a record...
 

E3 2020 Cancelled as Covid-19 Declared Global Pandemic

Wait, am I out of a job now?

Earlier today, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus (Covid-19) a pandemic. Think of a pandemic as an epidemic that has a much greater reach. Epidemics could be considered to be localized to just a few places in the world. Pandemics signify that there is a global impact. For a while, Covid-19 was still considered an epidemic because it was largely contained to areas of China and mostly to those that travel. As the virus continues...
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  • New Ghost Recon Wildlands "We Are Ghosts" trailer

    New Ghost Recon Wildlands "We Are Ghosts" trailer

    Ubisoft released a new trailer, We Are Ghosts, for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands.
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  • PlayStation 4 Sells More than 40 Million Units

    PlayStation 4 Sells More than 40 Million Units

    Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced today that the PlayStation 4 has sold more than 40 million units to consumers all around the world. To go with those 40 million units sold comes word that PS4 software sales are right near 271 million copies as of May 22, 2016.
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  • Dead Island Riptide is a Separate Download in PS4 Retail Release of Dead Island Definitive Edition

    Dead Island Definitive Edition is coming out in just five days (May 31) on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. This compilation includes some enhanced visuals and features for the first Dead Island, Dead Island Riptide, and includes a side-scrolling game called Dead Island: Retro Revenge. On the Xbox One, all three games are contained on one disc, as you would expect. On the PlayStation 4, you'll have to download Riptide separately. Why? Deep Silver provides an explanation ...
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  • No Man's Sky Reportedly Delayed Until at Least July

    No Man's Sky Reportedly Delayed Until at Least July

    I hope you weren't too attached to that June 21 release date for No Man's Sky because it's looking like the game has been delayed. According to sources close to Kotaku, the game has been pushed back to "at least" July or August. One source initially provided word of the delay to the site. A second source, someone working at GameStop, said that their store was instructed to cover up any mention of the June 21 release date. The dates were covered up with a "Coming Soon" sticker, which is sh...
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  • There Might be a Mirror's Edge TV Series

    There Might be a Mirror's Edge TV Series

    There is going to be a Mirror's Edge TV series according to a new report from Deadline.

    The series will be created by Endemol Shine Studios, headed by Sharon Hall. Here is what Sharon had to say about the potential for a Mirror's Edge TV series.
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  • Rumor: Microsoft Readying Two New Consoles - Slim Xbox One and Upgraded Xbox Scorpio for 2017

    A new rumor has popped up today concerning Microsoft's future plans for Xbox hardware. These rumors, backed by a few independent anonymous sources at Kotaku and Polygon, say that Microsoft will reveal that a "slim" Xbox One will be announced and released later this year. In addition, Microsoft is working on a new hardware revision that will bump the capabilities of the console to nearly four times the power of the current box. This new hardware revision is codenamed Scorpio and is expected...
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  • Racist Stellaris Mod Pulled from Steam Workshop

    Racist Stellaris Mod Pulled from Steam Workshop

    The "European Phenotype and Names Only (White Humans)" mod for Stellaris was pulled from the Steam Workshop by Paradox Interactive. The mod aimed to make the human characters in the game more "European," which is to say to make them all "white."

    A Paradox spokesperson issued this statement to Eurogamer about the matter.
    "We shipped the game originally with an accurate representation of humans, that is to say diverse in both ethnicity and personality. We embrace the
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  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Launch Trailer

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Launch Trailer

    The final launch trailer is here for Blood and Wine, the final major expansion coming out May 31 for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
    Become professional monster slayer Geralt of Rivia and explore Toussaint, a remote land untouched by war, where you will unravel the horrifying secret behind a beast terrorizing the kingdom. With all trails leading to dead ends, only a witcher can solve the mystery and survive the evil lurking in the night. Introducing an entirely new realm to traverse, new
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  • Three New Vampyr Screenshots

    Three New Vampyr Screenshots

    Enjoy these three new screenshots for Vampyr.
    Vampyr, the new action-RPG from acclaimed game-development studio DontNod, releases new images today depicting the duality of the central character. Set in London, 1918, Vampyr promises to offer a unique and deeply immersive experience, and a strong and engaging narrative steeped in vampire mythology. In Vampyr, players take control of Dr. Jonathan Reid, a newly formed vampire who is torn between the Hippocratic Oath he swore as a
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  • Umbrella Corps Adding Raccoon City and Police Station Maps

    Umbrella Corps Adding Raccoon City and Police Station Maps


    If you're going to pick up Umbrella Corps (sound warning) on June 21, you may be interested to know that Capcom is including two classic focused maps: Raccoon City and Police Station.
    Two new maps offer a spin on familiar locales from the classic Resident Evil games and will be featured in multiplayer modes as well as The Experiment single player mode. The Raccoon City map features wide open city streets contrasted against a claustrophobic maze-like sewer system
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  • Former Employee Sues Valve for $3.1 Million Citing Wrongful Termination and Discrimination

    A former Valve employee is suing the company for $3.1 million, claiming that they were fired due to transgender discrimination, retaliation for whistle blowing, a misclassification of employment, and more.

    The details of the lawsuit, originally posted by Polygon, note that the filing came on April 12, 2016. The employee, known only by their initials in the lawsuit, says that she was fired after going to the Human Resources department to complain about how the company was...
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