Month: March 2021

During The Big Multiplayer Sale, players can team up or face off in a wide variety of multiplayer games for Nintendo Switch discounted by up to 75%. The sale on Nintendo eShop starts on Thursday 1st April at 15:00 CEST and ends on Sunday 11th April at 23:59 local time. Whether you like to splat your opponents in Splatoon 2, race against friends in Crash™ Team Racing
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Hello! We are pleased to announce that today we are releasing Expeditions, a major update for No Man’s Sky, across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR.  Play Video It’s barely been six weeks since we released our previous update Companions. This introduced pets, and we have loved watching PlayStation players adopt, ride, and forge
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Hello, PlayStation players! We here at Auroch Digital and Sold Out are excited to announce that our homebrewing simulator game, Brewmaster, will be coming to PlayStation in 2022.  Play Video This is the first look at our new game, where you’ll be able to take control of the science behind the beer, and perfect authentic
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Hello, People of the Fog. Think you know what a traditional Dead by Daylight chapter looks like? Think again. With our latest release, we’re taking a hard left off the classic horror highway to explore the world of K-Pop. And while the colors may be a little brighter on the surface, in true Dead by Daylight form, that just means there’s an even deeper darkness lurking below. Creative Director Dave Richard shares his thoughts on
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Balan Wonderworld reviewed by Tom Marks on PC, also available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox. The latest 3D platformer from Sonic the Hedgehog and Nights into Dreams co-creators Yuji Naka and Naoto Ohshima, published by Square Enix, is a fundamentally flawed shadow of its predecessors. #IGN #Gaming
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The bad news? The Mortal Kombat movie release date has been delayed. The good news? Not by long. The Mortal Kombat movie release date has been pushed back by a week, as confirmed by Warner Bros.  Originally slated for April 16, Mortal Kombat is now set to arrive with a new April 23 release. This news was
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The tangled result of taking Tetris and Trackmania Turbo and tossing them into a tumble dryer, Can’t Drive This is a clever and compulsive co-op puzzle racer. With one player literally building a road out of random tiles as the other navigates the chaotic, impromptu track that results, Can’t Drive This is one of the
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Releasing sometime today, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’ newest update includes some under the hood fixes for various things, but it also brings a whole new spidey suit for Miles to swing around Manhattan in. The Advanced Tech Suit is an original Insomniac creation that hasn’t appeared in the comics before. Check out the tweets below
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My name is Clint Tasker, creative director and co-founder of Thorium, and I’m stoked to introduce Undermine to all you PlayStation fans. We heard you. We got all the “PS4 when?” tweets. And you know what? PlayStation now! That’s when! (Well… if now is March 30, otherwise March 30). Adding Undermine to the PlayStation library
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Pikachu Press, the official publishing imprint from The Pokémon Company International, has released “Pokémon Primers,” a new series of books for young children to journey into the world of Pokémon while learning about subjects like the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colours. Illustrated and designed in-house by The Pokémon Company International, “Pokémon Primers: ABC” and “Pokémon Primers:
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Narita Boy is an absolutely gorgeous 2D action platformer with a phenomenal soundtrack and respectable story, that is unfortunately bogged down by backtrack-heavy exploration and one-note combat. The result is a game that’s complicated recommendation to make. Check out our full Narita Boy review, by Mitchell Saltzman on PC. Also available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation
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