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Crytek is considering Ryse 2 and maybe PS4 availability at some point

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Yesterday publisher Deep Silver and developer Crytek have announced that the Xbox One launch title Ryse: Son of Rome will also be coming to PC later this year. There has been many speculation regarding the reason for this decision but ultimately it seems that the company just isn’t happy with the Xbox One sales anymore. Crytek went through a lot of ...

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Destiny will be a 10-year project according to Bungie

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With Destiny’s Beta now over, everybody’s counting the days until September 9th when the full game releases. While there have been some complaints regarding explorable locations and mission length, all in all the game is looking pretty solid. Bungie themselves revealed earlier this week that Destiny will not undergo any major changes following the Beta. However, there will be some ...

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Naughty Dog discusses The Last of Us Remastered and Uncharted 4

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Transitioning from one generation of consoles to the next is never easy for developers, and Naughty Dog knows this better than most. The company explained in a recent interview with Digital Spy how work on The Last of Us Remastered is helping them with the development of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and other PS4 titles. Community strategist Arne Meyer says that jumping ...

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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain might be releasing March 17th, 2015

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In a strange turn of events, a major news outlet might have just leaked the release date of Konami’s Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. The Guardian recently had an interview with legendary producer and director Hideo Kojima regarding the upcoming title. The interview itself is very interesting, but what’s even more interesting is the last paragraph which reveals that: “Metal ...

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Assassin’s Creed Unity aims to be historically accurate according to Ubisoft

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According to Ubisoft, Assassin’s Creed Unity will be a faithful recreation of events that actually occurred, or at least as faithful as you can get in a video game. The latest installment in the series is set during the French Revolution, which took place between 1789-1799. Technically speaking, these events happened fairly recently so they are well documented for the most ...

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Ubisoft discusses The Division’s enemies and customization

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Back at E3 2014 Ubisoft revealed a pretty impressive demo for their highly anticipated title, Tom Clancy’s The Division. It seems the company itself was pretty impressed by it as they followed up by discussing in detail about it shortly after the event. Now we get to hear more info about the demo for a third time courtesy of an ...

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Ubisoft believes that DLC has been accepted by most gamers

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It’s no secret that DLC has become a very big part of the gaming industry in recent years. The idea was unsurprisingly embraced by most companies and nowadays you’ll be hard pressed to find a game that doesn’t feature at least a couple of DLCs. I think we can all agree that the companies get the most out of this, ...

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Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida talks about the future of Project Morpheus

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There has been a lot of talk about Sony Entertainment’s Project Morpheus VR these last few months. Most people were expecting some exciting announcements regarding the headset to be made at E3 2014, but the company didn’t seem keen on talking much about it unfortunately. The only interesting news I can think of was the reveal of The Assembly, a promising new ...

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Destiny PC is being discussed, but no announcements yet

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Many PC gamers were left heartbroken when Bungie’s Destiny was announced only for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4. The highly anticipated title would have certainly benefited greatly from the PC’s generally superior hardware. Unfortunately, developing it for this platform would have required a lot more work, which means that Destiny might have been delayed for the other ...

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