Nintendo has shared at GDC 2019 the top 10 indie titles that have been bought and downloaded on their latest console, the Nintendo Switch.
Insomniac Games have released the latest update patch notes for their critically acclaimed title, Marvel’s Spider-Man.
Sid Shuman Director of Social Media at PlayStation took to the PlayStation Blog to announce that Sony will be holding their own Nintendo Direct-like Livestream to announce new things for the PS4 and PSVR.
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After much drama surrounding its Japanese release, Sega has revealed Yakuza spin-off Judgment will still launch in the west – albeit with some changes. After his arrest for suspected cocaine use, voice actor Pierre Taki will be completely removed from the game and the visuals of his character, Kyohei Hamura, adjusted.
Sony has taken to the PlayStation Blog to announce and detail what they will be bringing to the upcoming gaming convention later this month, PAX East 2019.
Nightdive Studios has released footage of its upcoming remake of the original System Shock, which shows the seminal 1994 sci-fi adventure resurrected after 25 years of progress in development technology.
Overwatch has seen a 40% reduction in “disruptive behaviour” since the introduction of a new positive reward system. Blizzard research scientist Natasha Miller told an audience at GDC yesterday (via PC Games Insider) of how the developer has begun to deter “disruptive behaviour” through a promotion of positive interaction.
Goichi ‘Suda 51’ Suda got his start in gaming through the Fire Pro series, and his story mode for 1994’s Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special is the stuff of infamy. After rising through the ranks as a rookie wrestler, a series of tragedies strikes – and a handful of days after finally becoming world champion, your character commits suicide. Now Suda 51 is writing a sequel.
Control has finally been given a release date – August 27 of this year – after the developer confirmed to Eurogamer that a leak in the Microsoft store was indeed correct. The game comes from Remedy, the studio behind Alan Wake and Quantum Break, and, like them, will see a supernatural protagonist thrown into a bizarre and distorted reality.