We Happy Few, the upcoming first-person (horror?) title by Compulsion games was originally announced to be releasing on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One April 13th. Unfortunately, that’s not happening anymore, as a couple of the developers behind the title aren’t satisfied with the product.
Month: January 2018
Cybercriminals have stolen a massive trove of Norway’s healthcare data in a recent data breach, which likely impacts more than half of the nation’s population.
Serving suggestion: Nintendo Labo enables users to create an interactive 13-key piano that operates via Joy-Con IR motion sensors.
Financial revenue generated from the games industry in 2017 has increased by 18% compared with 2016 figures. The data, which comes from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA), also shows there’s been a net profit of $36 billion USD—up by $5.1 billion. This is a significant rise when you take sales from 2015 into account, which brought home $30.2 billion.
Producer of the turn-based strategy title, Hiroaki Yura, recently faced an issue of defamation of character by a former employee, Mr. Tariq Lacy who accused the producer/director of using funds from the kickstarted title, Project Phoenix for development of Tiny Metal.
Monolith Soft and Nintendo’s action RPG title, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, received update 1.2.0 recently.
Cheating is one of the most prominent issues in online gaming, and especially PUBG. PUBG Corp. is always trying to implement new anti-cheating techniques and systems, including BattlEye which managed to ban more than 1.5 million players as of December 28, 2017.
Recently several Destiny 2 players reported on Reddit and other Destiny 2 social groups that they were able to earn hundreds of Faction Tokens per hour “without firing a single shot.”
Survival titles are everywhere, but few of them manage to grab our attention. Symmetry is a survival and resource management title that managed to do just that.