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Platinum Games wishes to self-publish the Bayonetta games

Platinum Games has repeatedly mentioned that they wish to own their IPs and it seems that the Bayonetta games are the next on their list. The company’s head Atsushi Inaba says that Platinum Games has a desired interest in self publishing the Bayonetta video game series. With their recent investment from Chinese behemoth Tencent it […] Read more: mynintendonews.com

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Activision Blizzard planning remasters and reimagined titles this year

Activision Blizzard have a number of high profile video games under their belt and some of the classics are being remastered and reimagined. The news came from the company’s recent earnings call and should prove to ignite some excitement. There’s no word as to which titles are being remastered or reimagined, but as soon as […] Read more: mynintendonews.com

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What’s a Variable Refresh Rate And Why Does That Matter for Gaming?

In 2020, we’re going to see a big leap forward for video games thanks to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and TV makers are bringing in new tech for the occasion. Both TCL and Vizio announced this week that some of their new TVs will support variable refresh rates on PCs and game consoles, a feature that will help… Read more… Read more: lifehacker.com

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PlayStation 5 Will Be Released In Time For Christmas 2020

Playstation/Twitter/Max Pixel Gather your trade-ins, prepare your wallets: the PlayStation 5 will be hitting shelves next Christmas.  The PlayStation 4 came out back in 2013. While it’s still a hugely powerful console (particularly with the PS4 Pro upgrade), it’s almost time for the next generation of gaming to begin. Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, it simply read: ‘PlayStation 5 launches holiday 2020.’ PlayStation 5 launches holiday 2020: https://t.co/VuaxUVoBaR #PS5 pic.twitter.com/MPkKyRaHio — PlayStation (@PlayStation) October 8, 2019 According to Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE),…

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Sherlock Holmes games pulled from console storefronts by publisher Focus Home Interactive

The Sherlock Holmes franchise and other titles developed by Frogwares have been removed from console storefronts by the studio’s former publisher, Focus Home Interactive. Frogwares issued a statement today following the removal of its games from Microsoft and Sony storefronts. According to the studio titles Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments, The Testament of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes vs Jack The Ripper and Magrunner: Dark Pulse will no longer be available for purchase on consoles. Frogwares said the reason behind the removal is that Focus Home Interactive “refuses to transfer the title…

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Dying Light 2 players can expect at least four years of post-release support

Dying Light 2 will be supported with extra content for at least four years, according to the game’s lead designer. Speaking in an interview with Prankster 101, lead game designer Tymon Smektala said Techland’s post-release plan for Dying Light 2 is similar to the support it showed for the original (thanks, Push Square). “Dying Light 1 was supported for four years after its release, and the plan for Dying Light 2 is exactly the same,” said Smektala. “We want this game to be supported after its release. “We know that a…

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Tannenberg is coming to PS4 and Xbox One later this year

Tannenberg, the WW1 shooter from Blackmill Games, is getting a console release. Just like Verdun before it (which also made it out on consoles), Tannenberg will be available on PS4, and Xbox One sometime this winter. Tannenberg, as you might have guessed from the name, deals with the German-Russian fight on the Eastern front between 1914-1918. The game is largely very similar to Verdun, albeit with a different setting. The focus remains on realistic combat, with accurately modelled weapons and projectiles. The setting, however, allows for a more dynamic, conquest-style…

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‘Dog of War’ ad makes Kratos a very good boy

When you think about it, “dog” really is just “god” spelled backwards, and a new God of War commercial playing in Europe hammers home that point with some hilarious results. The advertisement shows a panicking marketer who’s just realized he’s made a terrible spelling mistake, resulting in some terrified faces from PlayStation executives. But, let’s be honest: We’d be just as excited to play Dog of War as God of War. Watch the ad below. H/T Game Informer The post ‘Dog of War’ ad makes Kratos a very good boy…

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