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A trial run last year produced "unhealthy data" in terms of keeping new players engaged.
All refunds are being issued immediately.
Hello Games' latest addition says "hello" a bit too early.
Following its delay, Naughty Dog's Neil Druckmann discusses the state of the game.
Shine a new light on Steelport.
Here's a nice story to brighten your Monday morning.
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Need a little patience, yeah yeah.
The remake is truly filled with beautiful people.
"Logistically, the global crisis is preventing us from providing the launch experience our players deserve."
Along with a lore dump and a limited time event, Apex gets more ways to play next week.
You can stream, but Square Enix will find you.
We heard you like Dreams, so here's something like Dreams inside of Dreams…
Sony's Mark Cerny dives into exactly how and why the PS5's chip can mimic the PS4 and PS4 Pro for backward compatibility.
Super Mario 3D World, Galaxy, Sunshine, and 64 are getting everyone's attention.
Midgar takes up a lot of disc space.
Other companies will have online events in June to replace their E3 plans; Bethesda won't.
First it'll launch on PS4, then it'll come to the Switch and PC in 2021.
It's probably not a Titan, sorry.
Aspyr says a "remedy for this loophole is now in the works" and will come out soon.
There's been no explicit reason given, but the infamous "No Russian" mission is the likely cause.
It's been pushed back, though not by much.
It's real, and it's available right now for some.
Instead of releasing in May, inXile's RPG is now slated for August.
You'll be able to take Halcyon on the go this June.
And it still hasn't been officially announced.
Dan Golding's goose-y Debussy interpretations have been released by a real classical music label.
More Takeshi's Castle than Hunger Games.
It looks like the remaster's release is imminent.
Square Enix is going back to Nier's roots.
Do they also handcuff the briefcase to the carrier?
US copies will likely be shipped this week for release day.
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Shantae's latest is exclusive to Apple for a spell, with console release in May.
Sony is taking measures to help ensure internet stability.
At least your virtual landlord is doing the right thing.
It looks like April 1 is when we're going to hear about PlatinumGames' final announcement.
"Watch your back, guys—it looks like we might have a hostile. His name might be... Fisher!"
All Cloud Strife can be is himself.
Thomas is back, Jill has new outfits, and it isn't even April yet.
Might want to start that FF7 Remake download soon.
"We actually reveal quite a major untold part of her past."
The photo mode was already slated for the PC version of Death Stranding.
That's "Dreams" the game. When night falls, you're allowed to dream about Mario all you want.
The animal companion will still get some spotlight in the remake.
Layered Weapons arrive in today's patch.
PlayStation is clarifying what games will carry forward.
It's impacting everything from World of Warcraft to Call of Duty: Warzone.
We first caught wind of a Modern Warfare 2 rerelease via a supposed leak, and now South Korea may have spilled the beans, too.
No one can stop the honk.
Despite the pandemic and pressure from authorities, GameStop wants to stay open.
Siege is keeping the generations connected.
20,000 Bottle Caps sound reasonable?
One of the community's biggest asks has been answered.
Animal Crossing fans will still need to wait until tomorrow.
A series of new Japanese trailers tease the ultimate destruction.
The PS5 will have at least some backward compatibility.
Those hoping for hard copies might have to wait.
Play the charming adventure remake a few months early.
Pinpointing the date the nightmare begins for both characters.
Any guesses for the new beast?
Whether or not the change is better is a matter of opinion.
Alright, self-proclaimed lone wolves—time to test your mettle.
One of the retailer's major draws is going away during the coronavirus crisis.
Wall Market is holding on to all kinds of secrets, including a big one that wasn't in the original game.
The studio behind No Man's Sky has a new game, and it's coming to most platforms.
Mojang is now "re-evaluating [its] timeline" as employees transition to work from home in response to the coronavirus.
Steam just crossed 20 million concurrent users for the first time ever, a record that'll likely be smashed again soon.
That's one way to respond.
An open beta for Resident Evil Resistance will start closer to the game's release.
Tetsuya Nomura says longtime fans "think they might know what comes next."
There's a lot going on behind the scenes when translating lines from Japanese to English (duh).
Following the upcoming film's not-so-fast delay, Fast & Furious Crossroads' release date is now a little nebulous.
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Believe it or not, the mountain knows mercy.
Monetizing your Dreams might be possible.
The real-life basketball team will play some virtual hoops.
Users are having trouble simulating a league that isn't playing.
One of the shapers of Overwatch lore is leaving the building.
Devin Booker was in for quite the shock on Twitch.
Warner Bros. Games hasn't hosted an E3 press conference before, and now it can't in 2020.
Plus an "unlimited" demo is on the way.
The inclusion of skill-based matchmaking in other battle royales has attracted a lot of heat.
Hermen Hulst, Guerrilla co-founder and Sony's new head of Worldwide Studios, says we'll have more info on the port soon.
Activision confirms that its new battle royale is just a bit more free-to-play on PS4 and PC.
The pair might not be done collaborating just yet.
Warzone will be free for everyone, and it has a bonus mode in addition to battle royale as well.
"Buy 'Scorpion's Revenge' or go to hell!"
Admit it, the first thing you're doing when you get 2077 is flipping the cover around.
The free-to-play, battle royale game emerges.
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