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Jacob Chambers

Old-school gamer with a cheeky tongue that gets me in trouble. When I'm not playing games, I'm writing about them, preferably in the vicinity of a fridge! Oh, and if you're a Justin Bieber fan, I'm afraid we can't be friends!

Warren Spector is developing an immersive multiplayer game

Argos: Riders On The Storm, the upcoming game from his firm, has been discussed by Warren Spector. preferably in the fullest sense. Spector claims that Argos is multiplayer and “the next stage in immersive simulators” in a brief interview with IGN. IGN quotes Spector as saying, “I’m a tireless supporter for immersive simulators.” “I’ve been wondering for years what the ...

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When asked about the game’s diversity, the producer of Final Fantasy 16 made all the wrong statements

Producer of Final Fantasy XVI Naoki Yoshida addressed the apparent lack of racial diversity in the game’s trailers in a lengthy interview with IGN. Yoshida responded, “This is a difficult question, but it wasn’t unexpected,” and then he stood up on each rake in front of him. “This is a challenging issue, but it wasn’t unexpected given how much has ...

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Ghost Trick, made by the developer of Ace Attorney, might be coming to PC

In 2010, the Nintendo DS game Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective was launched. You solve mysteries and prevent murders by possessing items and bodies in this linear detective game developed and directed by Shu Takumi, the man behind the Phoenix Wright series. Gematsu discovered the rating. The rating for Ghost Trick is “GG-CC-NP,” with the “NP” element probably designating a PC ...

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Since the revamp, PS Plus has lost 1.9 million subscribers, but Sony anticipates a comeback

Since the service’s redesign, Sony Interactive Entertainment has lost close to two million PS Plus subscribers. PS Plus presently has 45.4 million users, down from 47.2 million in FY2021 (3.81 percent year over year), and down from 47.3 million in the first quarter of the year prior to the redesign, according to the company’s financial statistics for the second quarter ...

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Now Available: PS Plus Essential’s November 2022 Schedule

Now available globally* is the PS Plus Essential November 2022 schedule. If you didn’t claim the lineup for October 2022, you’ve sadly missed the chance. But if you have a basic tier subscription to the updated service, don’t worry; there are still some bangers for you to play this month. Specifically, Heavenly Bodies, LEGO Harry Potter Collection, and Nioh 2/Nioh ...

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Released is The Sacred Pools FMV Game PS1 ISO from Sega’s canceled “Erotic Thriller” series

After being postponed for 25 years, the FMV game The Sacred Pools has finally been released. This “erotic thriller,” released by SegaSoft, was in development during the conclusion of the FMV fad. On the PS1, Saturn, Windows, and Mac platforms, it was scheduled for release in 1997. However, the game was covertly abandoned following a dismal reception at E3 1996 ...

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Finally, the Fortnite 22.30 Update fixes PS5 Trophies

The most significant note for PS5 gamers is that the Fortnite 22.30 update restores trophies so they may now be acquired again in the Battle Royale, Saves The Day, and Creative modes. Of course, the patch also included a ton of new content, gameplay enhancements, and bug fixes. These included heroes, weapons, and a ton of Skywalker Week-ready Star Wars-themed ...

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60 frames per second, 4K, and haptic feedback are included in Need for Speed Unbound on the PS5

Aside from more standardized new-gen platform features like 60 frames per second and 4K resolution, Need for Speed Unbound PS5 features will also contain system-specific elements like haptic feedback on the DualSense controller. DualSense Adaptive Triggers are only one of the things that don’t seem to be on the list, so it’s unfortunate that the game doesn’t seem to be ...

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The Skyrim mod transforms a mace into Mace

It’s fair to say that physical fighting is a key component of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a beloved but dated fantasy role-playing game from Bethesda. It never seems to get old to lash out violently at adversaries with a large sword, axe, or warhammer, tossing them around with your weapon of death like armour-plated sausages frying in a skillet. ...

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