Month: December 2020

These days, it’s no surprise when a game gets delayed. After all, we’re still in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic that has thrown more than a few hardships at studios working to develop video games. So, when Lightning Games announced the delay for ANNO: Mutationem today, it was almost expected. Plus, given the state
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This Vikings review contains spoilers. Vikings Season 6 Episode 13 “If anyone kills him, it should be me. A brother’s privilege.” Like most shows, Vikings is at its best when the action and dialogue flow easily, and the seemingly disparate storylines offer some measure of cohesion. Even though there’s still significant physical and narrative distance
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This weekend, Awesome Games Done Quick 2021 is kicking off. It’ll be a week-long extravaganza of speedrunning, full of classic titles and raising money for a great cause. All donations raised during the event go to the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Last year, the event raised $3.16 million over the course of the event. Hopefully, they
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Hiroshi Matsuyama, CEO of CyberConnect2, said the development of the Demon Slayer PS4 game, Kimetsu no Yaiba Hinokami Keppuutan, is going super well, with new news coming soon. On December 31, CyberConnect2 held a special New Year’s Eve 2020 live stream, featuring Hiroshi Matsuyama but also Katsuhira Harada from Bandai Namco. They chatted about their
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Former Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime revealed earlier this year that Kanye West approached him at an E3 “many years ago” in hopes of collaborating with the company on making a game. First reported by Nintendo Everything, this information came from Fils-Aime’s podcast with gaming journalist Harold Goldberg, Talking Games With Reggie and Harold. According
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It’s been difficult not to compare Back 4 Blood to Left 4 Dead. Beyond similar naming schemes, they’re both co-op zombie shooters with multiple similarities. Even watching Back 4 Blood‘s gameplay reveal from this past Game Awards show makes it easy to draw comparisons. However, in a new video developer Turtle Rock explains its vision for Back 4 Blood and how the
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