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Destroy All Humans! – Remake: The End of Humanity Dated By THQ Nordic

Announced in June 2019, the remake of Destroy All Humans! has just received a release date after being largely approached by the public at various events. The third person shooter, very humorous in its approach, will land on PC via Steam, PS4 and Xbox One on July 28, as announced by THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games. The title will be sold for  $39.99 on consoles and $29.99 on PC. In Destroy All H...[Read More]

Xbox Series X: Phil Spencer Talks About Embedded Technologies Once Again

Just a few days ago, Phil Spencer, director of the Xbox branch of Microsoft, indicated that we would not have long to wait before having new information around the launch of the Xbox Series X and the games to come. A few days later, it was after a question asked by a Twitter user that Phil Spencer spoke again. The user, called DiagnosedWhity, asked Spencer which, according to him, were the technol...[Read More]

Overwatch Trailer : Echo Now Available on Public Servers

Thirty-second and last character planned by Blizzard before Overwatch 2, Écho is now available on public servers. The opportunity for the developer to broadcast a new trailer, which highlights the different capacities of the character. Capable of flying, shooting at a distance, stealing abilities from others and launching explosives, Echo is a support character that can now be played by anyone in ...[Read More]

Rocket League’s Spike Rush Mode Is Coming Back On April 2nd

Psyonix announced that Rocket League’s Spike Rush mode will soon be back in Rocket League, both on PC and on consoles. In an article posted on the official blog of the game, the developer indicates that the mode will be available from April 2nd. In Spike Rush mode, the players’ cars are equipped with protruding spikes capable of forcing the ball to stick to them. While players have the...[Read More]

Samurai Shodown Will Arrive In Spring on PC Via the Epic Games Store

Released in the summer of 2019 on consoles, the new generation Samurai Shodown has gotten numerous PC players impatient. While it should have been released on our computers a few months ago, delays have been never-ending. Fortunately, the wait should come to an end in the coming months. Today, the SNK studio and the publisher Athlon Games gave us some very fresh information concerning the PC versi...[Read More]

Dead Static Drive To Be Released On PC And Xbox One During This Year

Back at the E3 2019, Microsoft had unveiled a trailer of more than two minutes in order to highlight dozens and dozens of independent games, including a certain Dead Static Drive. Today, the latter shows itself through a short video and, at the same time, announces that it will arrive on PC during 2020. Dead Static Drive, described as the “Grand Theft Cthulhu” by its creator Mike Black...[Read More]

Japan Console Sale Figures

With 67,987 copies sold this past week in Japan, the Nintendo Switch remains on a better foundation than last year. In 2020, it has so far made 565,573 sales, when it was “only” at 432,062 systems sold at the same stage in 2019. And this, while a certain Animal Crossing: New Horizons is looming for the month of March. Sales for the period from January 20 to 26 according to figures prov...[Read More]

Japan Video Game Sales Figures

Among our new content, we’ll be introducing weekly figures for Japan video game sales. No surprise here with a rather big Nintendo Switch presence. Distributing more than 300,000 copies including downloads, Yakuza: Like a Dragon ends its second week with an expected drop (-75%). And while Dragon Ball Z Kakarot also falls (-71%), the amazing Ring Fit Adventure stays in shape and goes back on ...[Read More]

Cat Quest II Has Its Release Date On Consoles

A first episode of unexpected success was joined by Cat Quest 2: The Lupus Empire, the sequel of the action-RPG taking place in a fantastic world populated by cats and dogs, first published on PC on 24 last September. It announced today that the title is about to join our consoles, just a month later. PQube and studio The Gentlebros invite us to experience a title that has received no less than 95...[Read More]

Aladdin and The Lion King HD Remasters Compilation

Disney is preparing to give birth anew to two games that have undoubtedly marked a lot of players during their childhood: Aladdin and The Lion King, released successively in 1993 and 1994. The two games will return to our modern consoles in a HD Remasters compilation. The announcement comes from a conference that GameStop organized yesterday to present the major games they will sell at the end of ...[Read More]

Fortnite Season 10 Week 4 Challenger: Location of the Hidden Star

The mission of the season 10 week 4 on Fortnite provides you with a loading screen. On this screen, you can, by looking closely, find hints pointing to a specific area. Going there, you will unlock a star. Let’s see where this week’s star is. The first step is the analysis of the loading screen of the week. On this one, we see a character using the debris fault on an opponent, but that...[Read More]

Little Nightmares 2 Co-Op Mode Will Not Happen After All

On the first day of Gamescom 2019, Tarsier Studios surprised us by unveiling the very first Little Nightmares 2 trailer. A first trailer that focuses on the cooperation between the heroine of the first episode and a brand new character, though, do not expect to browse the game with a friend. Little Nightmares 2, like the first episode, remains, and will remain a solo experience. After viewing this...[Read More]

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