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Activision turned a lot of dreams into reality at The Game Awards a few days back, when they announced Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled, a remake of the Naughty Dog developed PS1 classic in vein of the treatment that the Crash Bandicoot and Spyro trilogies have received over the past twenty-four months. Unlike those remakes, however, CTR: Nitro Fueled will also have additional content to go along more
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Ever since its initial release in 2013, the PlayStation 4 has setting all sorts of sales records -- and now it’s just toppled one of gaming’s biggest titans from the last generation. A report from VGChartz notes that Sony’s console has managed to beat out the Xbox 360’s lifetime sales as of this week. It has sold just over 500,000 units which puts it at a total of 86.15 million units more
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 gives us details about its new operator, Blackout changes, and Black Market adjustments for Operation Absolute Zero DLC Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 only recently released and is already getting its next DLC with a new specialist. Named Zero, the new hacker specialist uses her abilities to distract players during multiplayer matches. Along with that, new more
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After receiving pretty much only bug and crash fixes in the past few updates (which, don’t get me wrong, were sorely needed), it seems like Zombies players are finally getting some new content to sink their teeth into. Yesterday, certain Black Ops Pass owners in Australia and New Zealand reported that they were able to download a new Zombies map titled Night of the Dead. The map takes place more
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In South Korea, the act of playing ranked matches on another persons’ account–or “boosting”–will be a punishible crime in six months. The person doing the boosting might even go to jail. Going to jail for playing video games though, sounds pretty rad. South Korea, which just took home its third-in-a-row championship title in the Overwatch World Cup, takes gaming very seriously, more
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Today, on the Monster Hunter World Special Developer Update live stream, Capcom announced a brand new expansion for the game, titled Monster Hunter World Iceborne. According to producer Ryozo Tsujimoto, the Iceborne expansion is “massive” and will include “as much new content as previous “G” or “Ultimate” entries in the series”. Monster Hunter World Iceborne will include new more
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Earlier today, Monster Hunter: World Producer Ryozo Tsujimoto took to the internet for a special developer update. Players will be able to try out the game for a limited time with friends in a new demo. The trial version of Monster Hunter: World will allow players to take on up to three-star quests online with players who may already have purchased the game. Even better, any progress made more
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Any game developed by CD Projekt RED is going to be held to a very high standard, especially when it comes to things such as writing, quests, and world building. We’ve heard plenty about the quests so far, from the way they will be structured to the approach they will take to tackling themes. Recently, while speaking with PC Gamer, Cyberpunk 2077 quest designer delved into this a bit more
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Amid all the controversy surrounding Fallout 76’s duffel bags, of all things, Bethesda remains committed to fixing the universally panned game with updates and patches. After releasing a patch last week that most notably fixed Stash sizes (among other things), another update was due on December 11 for consoles and PC that would introduce several requested features, such as terraforming during more
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The Just Cause 4 team shared an update on its post-release plans for the game and said new features are coming within the next few weeks. Avalanche Studios New York’s announcement on the Square Enix site started by thanking everyone who’s been supporting Just Cause 4 before breaking down the plans for improvements. The team cited Just Cause 4’s physics system that allows for some more
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