Day: August 8, 2019

Hyper Light Drifter & Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Coming To Epic Games Store For Free
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Hyper Light Drifter & Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Coming To Epic Games Store For Free

Epic Games Store may not have the warmest welcome from PC gamers as there’s been some pretty big pushback from fans of Valve’s Steam platform, but to help sway some gamers in downloading the marketplace storefront software, Epic Games is providing players with free video game titles every week. There are no strings attached either as all you need is a free account with Epic Games Store to claim and secure your video game titles. read more

John Cena, Becky Lynch, and more WWE stars join Smash Bros-like Brawlhalla
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John Cena, Becky Lynch, and more WWE stars join Smash Bros-like Brawlhalla

While Super Smash Bros has gotten dominant enough in the fighting game community to take the main event spot at Evo, the wondrous world of platform fighters is still a bit less developed than genre’s other subcategories. Still, there are plenty of games like Smash Bros, and Ubisoft’s take on the genre with Brawlhalla has just gotten another set of crossover characters – this time, they’re coming straight from the squared circle. read more

More Single-Player Focused Games Are Coming From Microsoft
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More Single-Player Focused Games Are Coming From Microsoft

When it comes to single-player narrative-focused video game titles, there seemed to have been a slight drop off this particular generation. With the popular genres like battle royale making a big impact on connecting gamers to competitive matches, the push to deliver single-player titles may not have been the biggest priority. Likewise, these multiplayer-focused games often provide the IP owners a means to continue a revenue stream from in-game additions and content updates. read more

The last Halo: The Master Chief Collection flight got delayed “due to severe blocking bugs”
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The last Halo: The Master Chief Collection flight got delayed “due to severe blocking bugs”

The next Halo: The Master Chief Collection PC flight – that’s a fancy name for a beta, if you haven’t been keeping up – was set to cover Firefight mode, and it was set to begin in July. At the time, the developers noted that the timing could shift, and obviously it did. The developers say that this is due to some “severe blocking bugs,” but they’re as committed as ever to making sure MCC is the best it can be on PC. read more