Month: January 2021

Released in a double bill with its sequel, The Dark Eye: Memoria, The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav is a reasonably straightforward point-and-click adventure set in the Dark Eye universe. That universe is the German equivalent of Dungeons & Dragons, and while it hasn’t quite emerged as a global RPG player like D&D has, we’ve
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Drawing on the success of Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 1, Producer Yoshinori Kitase and Co-Director Naoki Hamaguchi want to surpass players’ expectations with Part 2, and surprise those who’ve played the original and already know what comes next. A translation of the duo’s talk at the CEDEC Conference was provided by Twitter user aitaikimochi. Hamaguchi added that
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© MDickie While Wrestling Empire is no critical darling, sole developer Mat Dickie is used to that reception, having been making his own professional wrestling games since 2000. Despite unusual visuals and unpredictable gameplay, these titles have achieved a cult following – it’s not a huge leap from the suspension of disbelief required to enjoy
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Staff at the popular Yodobashi Camera in Tokyo’s Akihabara district had to call the police on Friday after a first-come-first-serve PlayStation 5 sale descended into chaos. Dave Gibson, a lead developer at Creatures Inc, was at the store and published videos of the scene on Twitter. A number of other users also shared photos and videos of
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Capcom has published its financial report for the nine-month period ended December 31, 2020, reporting the “highest” end-of-third-quarter profit levels in company history. Net sales amounted to 64,867 million yen, up 22.6 percent year-over-year. Operating income was 24,382 million yen – an increase of 32.2 percent year-over-year. Capcom attributed its financial success to “solid sales” of Resident Evil
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It used to be fairly easy to split PC games into three categories. There were the good games that everyone had played, the bad games that were rightfully forgotten, and a small pool in the middle of good games that never got their due. This middle category were the games destined to be cult classics.
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Special thanks to Raycon for sponsoring this episode! Get 15% off your order! ► https://buyraycon.com/matpat Our world has been reshaped by this pandemic. Instead of talking about all of the terrible things, I thought for today we’d focus on one of the silver linings of this horrible event. Video games. Well, the video game industry. We’ve all
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