Category: game

Opinion – They Should Bring Back: The Saboteur

This look back at The Saboteur was written by our work experience intern Paddy Inniss.  The Saboteur: burlesque dancers, Nazis, sabotage and a stereotypical Irish caricature for a protagonist. Doesn’t sound familiar? That’s not too surprising. Released in 2009 to mostly positive reviews, Pandemic Studios’ final game was overshadowed by some of gaming’s greatest. That […]
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Review: Crucible is Amazon’s poor attempt to get into gaming

Reviewed on PC Everyone’s favourite mega-corporation is back once again to continue its venture into making games, this time setting out with the task of reinventing the hero shooter genre. Enter Crucible: Amazon‘s PVPVE shake-up to the constantly regurgitated hero shooter formula. The expected Hero Shooting experience is split between three modes in Crucible’s inaugural […]
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GTA 6 actor "unable to comment" on the games existence

GTA 6 actor “unable to comment” on the game’s existence

The next entry in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto series, tentatively titled GTA 6, has been leaked through an actor’s resume.  Actor Jorge Cansejo was brought under scrutiny this weekend after Twitter account GTA VI News and Leaks — wonder what that account is all about — spotted the upcoming GTA 6 on the actor’s CV. […]
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Google announces Stadia Makers program for indie devs

Google has officially announced its Stadia Makers program for the Google Stadia, a program which the company hopes will be the “first step into an expansion of self-publishing for experienced independent game developers.” Since the Stadia’s launch in November 2019, more than 30 games and 60 game updates have been launched on the service. Another […]
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Project xCloud for PC screenshots leak

We reported earlier that Xbox Chief Phil Spencer was spotted testing Microsoft’s Project xCloud game streaming service for the PC. The client is currently only officially available for iOS and Android handsets. Now screenshots of the service for PC have leaked, via The Verge. Project xCloud will allow casual gamers to play high-end games on […]
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[UPDATE] Xbox Live, Support, and Mixer are all back up

UPDATE 11:39PM GMT: Xbox Live, Xbox Support, and Mixer are all back up and running as normal again. Players should be able to game, look for help with Xbox products, and watch streamers as normal once more. Players should once again be able to sign in and access Xbox Live services normally! Thank you for […]
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Doom Eternal Stadia version is only 1080p; 1440p on enhanced consoles

Doom Eternal Stadia version is only 1080p; 1440p on enhanced consoles

The Doom Eternal Stadia port is not a true 4K experience, despite Google’s claims that the game would be.  Instead, the Doom Eternal Stadia version will be running at a native resolution of 1080p. While the game will still run at a performance target of 60 frames-per-second – which is the performance target for all versions —it’s […]
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Death Stranding Denuvo protection controversially announced

Death Stranding Denuvo protection controversially announced

Hideo Kojima’s upcoming PC port of PlayStation 4’s recent Norman Reedus adventure may see some new controversy as publisher 505 Games has announced Death Stranding Denuvo protection.  The controversial DRM protection has been under fire since its conception for allegedly increasing CPU load compared to DRM-free options. With other games, including Borderlands 3 and Devil […]
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Dunegons release date announced; launches in Game Pass

Microsoft has just released a new trailer for Minecraft: Dungeons, showing off gameplay but mainly “environments“, what Mojang calls levels. Minecraft: Dungeons is a new game set in the Minecraft universe inspired by classic dungeon crawlers. “Brave the dungeons alone, or team up with friends! Up to four players can battle together through action-packed, treasure-stuffed, […]
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Patent suggests Microsoft could offer “game pad” Surface Neo keyboard attachment

With recent developer events, Microsoft’s Surface Duo and Surface Neo dual-screen devices have become somewhat more real, which has also raised interest in the potential of the platform for various use cases. PatentlyMobile has taken the opportunity to examine a recent Surface Neo patent published by Microsoft talking about the wireless keyboard component. The wireless […]
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BioWare has plans to “reinvent” Anthem

It’s been almost an entire year since Anthem first launched and, ahead of its one year anniversary, BioWare has confirmed that it has plans to reinvent Anthem in the long haul. Casey Hudson, BioWare General Manager, outlined the studio’s plans for the game in an official blog post. He says that the team recognises “that […]
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Deal Alert: Grab an Xbox One X 1TB Console and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Bundle for $349 (was $499)

For a limited time, you can grab an Xbox One X 1TB Console and Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Bundle for only $349, $150 off the usual asking price. The bundle includes: Xbox One X 1TB console, Xbox Wireless Controller, full-game download of Star Wars Jedi: fallen order Deluxe Edition, 1-month of Xbox Live Gold, […]
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Flashpoint project aims to preserve over 38,000 games

Ahead of the demise of Adobe Flash, you may be asking yourself what’ll happen to the millions of Flash games across the internet. BlueMaxima’s Flashpoint is a project that aims to archive and preserve those games for years to come. As per Flashpoint’s website, the project has saved more than 38,000 games and 2,400 animations […]
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Ninja Theory announce Project Mara, an experimental “mental terror” game

Hellblade developer Ninja Theory has announced an experimental horror game, Project: Mara. Revealed through a new video series called The Dreadnaught Diaries, Project: Mara aims to be an experimental take on mental terror. “Project Mara will be a real-world and grounded representation of true mental terror,” says Ninja Theory co-founder Tameen Antoniades. “It’ll be based […]
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