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The organization behind PAX East has spoken up about Sony's decision to pull out from attending the convention this year. Recently, PlayStation announced that it would surprisingly opt to skip out on attending PAX East 2020, a little over a week before the event is set to take place. PlayStation cited concerns surrounding COVID- 19, otherwise known as the coronavirus, as the reason why it ...read more
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Tom Holland's Uncharted film is finally set to begin filming, even without a director attached to the project. After years of castings, delays, and directors hopping on and off of Sony’s planned Uncharted movie, it seems as though the project is finally set to begin shooting in just about a month. The news comes by way of Nathan Drake himself (no, not Nolan North), Tom Holland. Speaking ...read more
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While Google Stadia has had a number of issues since launch, things seem to have quieted down, of late. No news seems to be good news on that front, and the company has been slowly building up the system's library of games, as well. Today, Stadia announced four new titles headed to the service, courtesy of developer Image & Form: SteamWorld Dig, SteamWorld Dig 2, SteamWorld Heist, and SteamWorld ...read more
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The outbreak of the coronavirus has created concerns surrounding conferences and other large gatherings, most recently leading Facebook to cancel a conference in San Francisco. The Game Developers Conference, which also takes place every year in San Francisco, has officially announced it will go forward as planned--with some precautionary measures in place. According to an update on the GDC ...read more
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The deal between YouTube and Activision Blizzard includes titles Call of Duty, Overwatch, and Hearthstone, and is valued at $160M. YouTube announced an exclusive deal with Activision on the day of the Call of Duty League’s launch weekend. Many were shocked by the sudden move from Twitch. The deal, which includes Activision titles Call of Duty, Overwatch, and Hearthstone, has been valued at ...read more
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The Entertainment Software Association officially unveiled on Wednesday a list of exhibitors who will be attending E3 this year. Big names included among the lineup are Xbox, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda and more companies who have attended in the past and will return again for E3 2020, though Sony is still notably absent from the list after the company confirmed last month that it’ll be ...read more
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Activision Blizzard has pulled all of its games from the Nvidia GeForce Now streaming platform, according to Nvidia Staff on the GeForce forums. Dropping one heck of a stealth announcement, the forum post said: “As we take GeForce Now to the next step in its evolution, we’ve worked with publishers to onboard a robust catalog of your PC games. “This means continually adding new games, ...read more
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Google Stadia’s launch in November of last year was less than perfect. Many promised features were missing, including the ability to stream at 4K through Google Chrome. Fortunately, it seems like at least some Stadia subscribers are getting the chance to use something other than the bundled Chromecast Ultra for 4K. It appears that Google is soft-launching Stadia 4K streaming in Chrome to at ...read more
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It appears a Resident Evil Netflix show may indeed be in the works. A Resident Evil Netflix show is in development apparently, and news of it comes from Netflix’s Media Center. The description was removed, but not before Resident Evil Database was able to secure a screengrab of the listing. To confirm the listing was accurate, Resident Evil Wiki used WaybackMachine and sure enough, the ...read more
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Crash Bandicoot may be coming to mobile devices with an endless runner created by Activision's mobile studio and the creators of Candy Crush, King. The success of Crash Bandicoot’s N. Sane Trilogy and Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled has led many fans to believe that Activision has been priming gamers for a brand new game to the classic series. Activision’s CEO Bobby Kotick further fueled ...read more
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