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Resident Evil Village Releasing in May

Ethan Winters is back in action.

Capcom just wrapped their special Resident Evil Showcase livestream a few moments ago. Among the big reveals this evening was a release date for Resident Evil Village.

Resident Evil Village will be released on May 7, 2021 for the Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam. These will be joined by the newly announced last-gen console versions of the game for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Those that own the game on the...

Valve Boss Says Company Still Has Games in Development

These are games that the company are "going to be announcing."

In an interview with New Zealand's 1 News, Valve head honcho Gabe Newell said that his company is still very much in the business of developing games. Though he refused to talk specifically about Citadel or Half-Life 3, Newell did give some good news to fans that are interested in Valve's game offerings.

He says that Valve "definitely have games in development that we're going to be announcing."...

Valve and Other PC Publishers Fined by EU Commission

The issue revolves around the companies "geo-blocking" various games.

The European Commission has fined Valve and five publishers a combined total of €7.8 million for a breaching of antitrust rules. The other publishers in question include Bandai Namco, Capcom, Focus Home Interactive, Koch Media, and ZeniMax. Valve's portion of the fine is merely €1.6 million while the rest of the €7.8 million is split up unevenly between the five publishers. The degree to which the...

Huge New Fallout: New Vegas Mod, The Frontier, is Out Now

It's like a whole new game.

A new mod for Fallout: New Vegas, called The Frontier, is now available for public download. This mod has been in development for several years from a dedicated team. This is far more than a simple mod that adds in a few quests and characters. It's almost as if you are playing an entirely new game.

The Frontier is set in Portland, Oregon and features a map size that is roughly the same size as the Mojave from New Vegas. This map is almost as...

New Indiana Jones Game in the Works

Punching Nazis is back on the menu!

Machine Games, the studio behind the Wolfenstein titles, is hard at work developing a new Indiana Jones video game. A short teaser was put out today by Bethesda, the company that will be publishing this new title.

This Indiana Jones title is said to take place during the "height" of Jones's career and will focus mainly on Indiana Jones himself. Sadly, not many other details were shared with the public on this one. In fact,...
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  • Someday You'll Return is Out Now on PC

    Someday You'll Return is Out Now on PC

    A horror game with a story to tell.

    CBE Software is a very small development team working out of the Czech Republic. After five years of work and development, the pair of friends have fully realized their dream and released Someday You'll Return on the PC. This new psychological horror title will come to other platforms such as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year.

    Someday You'll Return is out now through Steam for 10% off of its regular $34.99 (USD) price....
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  • World War Z Gets a New Episode with Three New Story Missions

    World War Z Gets a New Episode with Three New Story Missions

    Welcome to Marseille.

    Some new downloadable content was also released today for World War Z. This new content is an entirely new episode, Marseille, that features three new PvE story missions for you and some co-op pals to enjoy. This content is unfortunately not free but can be purchased either separately or included as part of the Game of the Year Edition upgrade.

    Purchased on its own, this content will run you $14.99 (USD). The Game of the Year Edition upgrade is $19.99....
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  • Espire 1: VR Operative Free Content Update Released

    Espire 1: VR Operative Free Content Update Released

    More VR stealth action at no extra cost.

    Tripwire and Digital Lode just released a new update for Espire 1: VR Operative today. This update will add in some new content for the low price of $0 for everyone that already owns the game. The content has its own special name, Espire 1: VR Operative Assimilation.

    This update is available for all VR platforms such as the Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, Rift-S, HTC Vive, Valve Index, and even Windows Mixed Reality. PlayStation VR owners...
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  • New Game Plus Added to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

    New Game Plus Added to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

    A free content update is now available.

    EA and Respawn released a free new content update on May 4 for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. One of the most requested features for the game was added in today's update. This is, of course, the ability to play with a New Game+ option that carries over some unlocks to a second playthrough of the game. You can tell by those ominous italics that there's a catch here with this implementation of New Game+. More on that in just a second.
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  • EA Play Live 2020 Set for June 11

    EA Play Live 2020 Set for June 11

    It's all digital.

    EA just announced that they will once again hold their EA Play Live event for 2020. This event will be similar to last year's event, except that instead of having a presentation in front of a live audience, it will be a digital only affair.

    EA Play Live 2020 begins on June 11 at 4PM (PST). As was the case with last year's event, you can expect to see various world premiere trailers, new news, and "more!" Oh I do love me a nebulous "more"...
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  • id Software and Composer Mick Gordon Officially Part Ways

    id Software and Composer Mick Gordon Officially Part Ways

    This is a huge loss for everyone.

    There have been some rumblings over the past week or so that Mick Gordon was not at all happy with how some aspects of the DOOM Eternal soundtrack were being handled. These issues were first brought up around April 19, 2020 after it was discovered that many of the audio tracks from the official DOOM Eternal soundtrack were severely lacking in dynamic range. Mick responded to the Twitter thread saying that he did not mix the tracks in question and that...
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  • Free Demo Released for Dreams

    Free Demo Released for Dreams

    Free demos are always cool to see.

    As of May 1, Media Molecule announced and released a free demo for Dreams to everyone that owns a PlayStation 4. This demo can be downloaded via the PlayStation Store. From the looks of the store page, the game is also currently on sale for up to 25% off, making it just $29.99 (USD) for a limited time.

    Media Molecule says that the demo includes access to a rotating playlist of some of their favorite creations made within Dreams. This...
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  • Top Three Midlaners To Play in Dota 2 7.26c Patch

    Top Three Midlaners To Play in Dota 2 7.26c Patch

    Today we take a look at some of the strongest mid-laners in Dota 2 that will help you gain MMR or simply win games in normal Dota 2 matches.

    The meta of Dota 2 changes frequently, and it’s nothing like it was a few years ago. Still, the mid position is the second most important position in the game, and that’s why it’s called the position 2.

    Almost no pub game starts without a fight for who will take the mid lane, because people know how much of an impact...
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  • New Release Dates Revealed for The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima (Updated)

    They really mean it this time!

    Original (April 27, 2020): Sony has just provided the updated release dates for both The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima. Both of these titles had suffered some unfortunate delays due to the little global pandemic thing. It was just a couple of short weeks ago in early April when we first learned that The Last of Us Part II was "delayed indefinitely."

    Today, Sony has once again provided actual release dates for these titles...
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  • Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest Announced by Geoff Keighley

    Geoff Keighley's Summer Game Fest Announced by Geoff Keighley

    You all ready for four months of Geoff Keighley?

    The Summer of Keighley is nearly upon us. I assume that is the alternate name that was being shopped around before they actually decided on the "Summer Game Fest." This whole thing is being labeled an "all-digital consumer celebration." The Summer Game Fest will bring fans "a season of breaking news, in-game events, and free playable content" from a variety of developers, publishers, and platform owners....
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  • Online Multiplayer Added to Classic Star Wars Battlefront on Steam

    Online Multiplayer Added to Classic Star Wars Battlefront on Steam

    The king is dead, long live the king.

    It has been one very interesting week for Star Wars Battlefront fans. First, we learned that DICE will no longer have any new content releases for Star Wars Battlefront II. Both it and Battlefield V are no longer going to receive new content updates from DICE as they move on to working on new projects like a new Battlefield game for 2021.

    Today, there was a bit of good news for fans of Battlefront. Specifically, I'm talking about fans...
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