GTA and Red Dead Publisher’s CEO Takes Shots at Ubisoft and EA

It’s hard to deny how successful Take 2 is as a publisher- the company owns 2K Games, the folks behind the popular Civilization, XCOM, Borderlands, Bioshock, and 2K Sports games, but more importantly, also owns Rockstar, the company that brings us Red Dead and GTA, the latter of which includes the highest selling game of all time among its ranks. What I am trying to say is, they’re really, ...read more

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Fortnite Developer Wants To Change The Game’s Endgame

I love Fortnite, I really do, but I have to admit I dread the end game in every battle royale game. See, getting to the end game isn’t that difficult if you know what you’re doing, but once you’re there, it becomes a bit of a shit show. The strategies all seem to rely exclusively on spamming two things, both in support of one another: build towers, then spam rocket launchers from on there. ...read more

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Gears 5 is targeting 60fps across all modes

Gears 5 is still a ways off, but developer the Coalition already has a couple of ambitious goals in mind. The Gears 5 demo shown at E3 2018 last week looked a touch better than Gears of War 4, but it certainly didn’t show a massive upgrade over its predecessor. The reason has to do with developer the Coalition’s goal this time: 60fps. Speaking to Wired, studio head Rod Fergusson said ...read more

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Microsoft Talks Studio Acquisitions, Long-Term Gaming Plans

One of the biggest surprises to come out of last week’s pre-E3 Microsoft press conference was the news about the four studios that it had acquired, along with a fifth, The Initiative, that it created. Some of the studios weren’t a surprise, like Playground Games, who have been working on Forza Horizon for years; and Undead Labs, the team behind State of Decay and its sequel. But then we ...read more

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Microsoft No Longer Planning VR Support For Xbox One

At one point, Microsoft was thinking that virtual reality was a good idea, even going as far as to team up with Oculus at one point for unique Xbox experiences with it. But lately, it hasn’t really given that much attention to the technology. And it’s about to be lessened even further. While speaking with GamesIndustry International, Microsoft chief marketing officer of gaming Mike Nichols ...read more

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gets Surprise New Content Reveal

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you think post-launch content drops are done, Bandai Namco says "hold my beer" (or any other liquid substance, if that's your preference). The official Bandai Namco US Twitter account took to their social media platform to reveal that the third Extra Pack will be on its way. "Get ready for the awesome power of Super Baby ...read more

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GTA and Red Dead Publisher’s CEO Takes Shots at Ubisoft and EA

It’s hard to deny how successful Take 2 is as a publisher- the company owns 2K Games, the folks behind the popular Civilization, XCOM, Borderlands, Bioshock, and 2K Sports games, but more importantly, also owns Rockstar, the company that brings us Red Dead and GTA, the latter of which includes the highest selling game of all time among its ranks. What I am trying to say is, they’re really, ...read more

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Fortnite Developer Wants To Change The Game’s Endgame

I love Fortnite, I really do, but I have to admit I dread the end game in every battle royale game. See, getting to the end game isn’t that difficult if you know what you’re doing, but once you’re there, it becomes a bit of a shit show. The strategies all seem to rely exclusively on spamming two things, both in support of one another: build towers, then spam rocket launchers from on there. ...read more

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Gears 5 is targeting 60fps across all modes

Gears 5 is still a ways off, but developer the Coalition already has a couple of ambitious goals in mind. The Gears 5 demo shown at E3 2018 last week looked a touch better than Gears of War 4, but it certainly didn’t show a massive upgrade over its predecessor. The reason has to do with developer the Coalition’s goal this time: 60fps. Speaking to Wired, studio head Rod Fergusson said ...read more

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Microsoft Talks Studio Acquisitions, Long-Term Gaming Plans

One of the biggest surprises to come out of last week’s pre-E3 Microsoft press conference was the news about the four studios that it had acquired, along with a fifth, The Initiative, that it created. Some of the studios weren’t a surprise, like Playground Games, who have been working on Forza Horizon for years; and Undead Labs, the team behind State of Decay and its sequel. But then we ...read more

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Microsoft No Longer Planning VR Support For Xbox One

At one point, Microsoft was thinking that virtual reality was a good idea, even going as far as to team up with Oculus at one point for unique Xbox experiences with it. But lately, it hasn’t really given that much attention to the technology. And it’s about to be lessened even further. While speaking with GamesIndustry International, Microsoft chief marketing officer of gaming Mike Nichols ...read more

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gets Surprise New Content Reveal

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you think post-launch content drops are done, Bandai Namco says "hold my beer" (or any other liquid substance, if that's your preference). The official Bandai Namco US Twitter account took to their social media platform to reveal that the third Extra Pack will be on its way. "Get ready for the awesome power of Super Baby ...read more

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GTA and Red Dead Publisher’s CEO Takes Shots at Ubisoft and EA

It’s hard to deny how successful Take 2 is as a publisher- the company owns 2K Games, the folks behind the popular Civilization, XCOM, Borderlands, Bioshock, and 2K Sports games, but more importantly, also owns Rockstar, the company that brings us Red Dead and GTA, the latter of which includes the highest selling game of all time among its ranks. What I am trying to say is, they’re really, ...read more

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Fortnite Developer Wants To Change The Game’s Endgame

I love Fortnite, I really do, but I have to admit I dread the end game in every battle royale game. See, getting to the end game isn’t that difficult if you know what you’re doing, but once you’re there, it becomes a bit of a shit show. The strategies all seem to rely exclusively on spamming two things, both in support of one another: build towers, then spam rocket launchers from on there. ...read more

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gets Surprise New Content Reveal

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you think post-launch content drops are done, Bandai Namco says "hold my beer" (or any other liquid substance, if that's your preference). The official Bandai Namco US Twitter account took to their social media platform to reveal that the third Extra Pack will be on its way. "Get ready for the awesome power of Super Baby ...read more

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Bethesda suing Warner over Westworld title using Fallout Shelter code

According to a report, the new Westworld mobile title has nicked code from Fallout Shelter, and Bethesda is suing to have it removed from the marketplace. Bethesda has claimes the new Westworld mobile title from Warner Bros. uses coding contained in Fallout Shelter. TMZ reports it has documents in hand stating Bethesda is suing Warner over the game, and wants it pulled from the ...read more

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Fallout 76 players can’t target others with nukes

If someone launches a nuke in Fallout 76, you will be warned. Nukes can be set off in Fallout 76, and while you can’t target players, those on the receiving end of a launch will be warned if one is headed their way. Speaking with FZ.se at E3 2018, Bethesda’s senior vice president Pete Hines said while you can’t target other players with nukes, they are still dangerous. Because of ...read more

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Sony has little to gain by enabling cross-platform play, says analyst

Sony may have caught flak on more than one occasion recently for blocking cross-platform play in games like Fortnite, and Rocket League, but not everyone believes the platform holder should open the floodgates. Karol Severin, lead analyst at MIDiA Research for games and the mobile content economy, says this walled garden approach makes sense from a business perspective. Sony has the ...read more

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GTA and Red Dead Publisher’s CEO Takes Shots at Ubisoft and EA

It’s hard to deny how successful Take 2 is as a publisher- the company owns 2K Games, the folks behind the popular Civilization, XCOM, Borderlands, Bioshock, and 2K Sports games, but more importantly, also owns Rockstar, the company that brings us Red Dead and GTA, the latter of which includes the highest selling game of all time among its ranks. What I am trying to say is, they’re really, ...read more

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Fortnite Developer Wants To Change The Game’s Endgame

I love Fortnite, I really do, but I have to admit I dread the end game in every battle royale game. See, getting to the end game isn’t that difficult if you know what you’re doing, but once you’re there, it becomes a bit of a shit show. The strategies all seem to rely exclusively on spamming two things, both in support of one another: build towers, then spam rocket launchers from on there. ...read more

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Gears 5 is targeting 60fps across all modes

Gears 5 is still a ways off, but developer the Coalition already has a couple of ambitious goals in mind. The Gears 5 demo shown at E3 2018 last week looked a touch better than Gears of War 4, but it certainly didn’t show a massive upgrade over its predecessor. The reason has to do with developer the Coalition’s goal this time: 60fps. Speaking to Wired, studio head Rod Fergusson said ...read more

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gets Surprise New Content Reveal

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the gift that keeps on giving. Just when you think post-launch content drops are done, Bandai Namco says "hold my beer" (or any other liquid substance, if that's your preference). The official Bandai Namco US Twitter account took to their social media platform to reveal that the third Extra Pack will be on its way. "Get ready for the awesome power of Super Baby ...read more

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Bethesda suing Warner over Westworld title using Fallout Shelter code

According to a report, the new Westworld mobile title has nicked code from Fallout Shelter, and Bethesda is suing to have it removed from the marketplace. Bethesda has claimes the new Westworld mobile title from Warner Bros. uses coding contained in Fallout Shelter. TMZ reports it has documents in hand stating Bethesda is suing Warner over the game, and wants it pulled from the ...read more

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Red Dead Redemption 2 is coming to PC

Rockstar has been quiet on whether Red Dead Redemption 2 will be coming to PC or not. Luckily for us, a developer has accidentally let it slip on LinkedIn. The developer, who we will keep nameless, previously worked on GTA V and L.A. Noire as a programmer. We’ve looked into them to verify this. Their LinkedIn profile also lists Red Dead Redemption 2, and the platforms they worked on: PS4, ...read more

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New Ark: Survival Evolved ARKaeology In-Game Event Released

If you still play Ark: Survival Evolved and you want some new content to sink your teeth into, then it’s your lucky day. Today, developer and publisher Studio Wildcard released a brand new in-game event, titled ARKaeology, and it gives players just that. While the event doesn’t reward players with a ton of new content, it does allow them to earn some new cosmetic items, including a ...read more

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Pokémon GO to Bring Friends, Trading, and Gifting Later This Week

Pretty soon, players that enjoy venturing out into the real-world to capture Pokémon through the Pokémon GO mobile game by Niantic, will be able to try out brand new features coming to the title. In a blog post detailing the update, The Pokémon GO team announced that players will be getting a new update sometime later this week. The first feature mentioned is a Friends system that will ...read more

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Valve submits an updated version of Steam Link iOS app

The Steam Link App on iOS, which was recently pulled off the iTunes Store, is now available for beta testers. About a month ago, Valve was surprised by Apple’s rejection and subsequent pull of the Steam Link iOS App, after the company had seemingly approved it. Valve released a statement at the time saying that it had tried appealing the decision, to no avail. Now, a new version of the ...read more

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E3 2018 attendance was highest since 2005

E3 2018 attendance was the convention’s highest in over a decade, and it managed to showcase 3,250 different gaming products. While the gaming press winds down from E3 and sorts through coverage material, the team behind the event has a lot to celebrate. This year’s convention drew over 69,200 people to the Los Angeles Convention Centre, the highest been since 2005. (The current E3 ...read more

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Fortnite on Nintendo Switch Hits Over Two Million Downloads in One Day

Going into E3 2018, one of the most persistent rumors that Nintendo was expected to share was the news that the massively-popular Fortnite would be coming to the system. Sure enough, the game launched that day for the system, and the Switch player base for Fortnite is already off to an incredibly good start, according to Nintendo. Nintendo has revealed that just one day after the game's ...read more

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Intel's limited edition i7-8086K CPU is now available for purchase

At Computex this year, Intel celebrated its 50th anniversary as a company, and the 40th anniversary of the x86 architecture. To mark the occasion, Intel announced its first 5GHz CPU, a limited edition Core i7-8086K, based on the Coffee Lake microarchitecture. Starting today, the i7-8086K is available across retail channels. Keep in mind though, this is a limited edition CPU - Intel is only ...read more

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Nintendo and Xbox Join Forces in Minecraft Cross-Play Trailer

This morning marks the launch of the new version of Minecraft on Nintendo Switch. Last year, you guys may remember that Minecraft launched the "Better Together" update, which allowed players on Xbox One, Windows 10, VR, and mobile to play together. Now that "Better Together" initiative has reached the Nintendo audience, and the Nintendo Switch player-base has been welcomed to the cross-play ...read more

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Trials Rising Gets New Details and Some Action-Packed Gameplay Footage

After its reveal during E3 2018 last week, Trials Rising got a bit more information on what to expect from the latest entry in the motorcycle physics game, with new footage and a developer interview from PlayStation’s live show at E3 being released on the upcoming game. One of the first things noted on during the interview was the return of the popular Track Editor, also found in previous ...read more

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PlayStation Hits Series and Lineup of Games Officially Announced

Ever since the original PlayStation, Sony’s “Greatest Hits” lineup of games has always been a way for players to experience some of the best games on each system for a low price. With the PlayStation 4, however, the “Greatest Hits” series has been noticeably absent. That all changes as Sony have announced the “PlayStation Hits,” which is essentially the same thing, except on the ...read more

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Beyond Blue Is An Ocean Exploration Game Inspired By BBC's Blue Planet

E-Line Media -- the BAFTA winning team behind Never Alone, a 2014 puzzle platformer based on an Alaskan Native culture -- has announced a brand-new title dubbed Beyond Blue, an ocean exploration game inspired by BBC's Blue Planet 2. To accompany the announcement, the independent developer released an accompanying teaser trailer that shows off the majesty of a part of the world most people have ...read more

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New Ace Combat 7 Trailer Finally Reveals the Story

Today Bandai Namco released a brand new trailer of its upcoming game Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, eight months after the last we saw back in 2017. Like the other main trailers, this one focuses on the story and gives us a chance to enjoy the progress made by the development team in just under a year. We learn that the protagonist is a member of a penal unit following an unknown incident. ...read more

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Fortnite Graphics and Performance: Nintendo Switch VS Xbox One X

Fortnite is finally available on Nintendo Switch. We've been waiting for this moment to come, and now that it's here, I'm surprised you guys have even been able to tear yourselves away from the screen long enough to read this article. Millions of players are already enjoying Fortnite on the Switch, but how does it hold up to the other versions? As it turns out, really well! In the video above, ...read more

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