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System Shock Remaster Put on ‘Hiatus’

The System Shock remaster is on hiatus, and the team is reassessing the best path forward in development. Nightdive Studios’ CEO and founder Stephen Kick made the announcement on the game’s Kickstarter page, assuring fans the game has not been cancelled, merely ...

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Runner3 Finishes Development, Submitted to Nintendo

Commander Video’s latest adventure, Runner3, has finished development, and the game has been submitted to Nintendo for final approval. Developer Choice Provisions has announced the third game in the Bit.Trip.Runner series is complete, and once Nintendo finishes testing the game, ...

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The ESA Responds To Hawaii’s Proposed Legislation On Loot Boxes

Earlier this week, Hawaii proposed legislation that would liken loot box implementation in video games to gambling in terms of the level of "psychological, addictive, and financial risks." The bills are led by representative Chris Lee, who in November announced ...

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GI Show – Kingdom Come, Secret Of Mana, Monster Hunter Game Club

Welcome back to The Game Informer Show! We have a big show for you today, with Kimberley Wallace working through her feelings on the Secret of Mana remake and Leo Vader sharing some early impressions of the oddball RPG Kingdom Come: ...

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Stardew Valley Might Get Multiplayer Beta This Spring

Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone (aka ConcernedApe) is planning to launch the game’s multiplayer beta this spring. Barone revealed progress on the game’s multiplayer update is coming along nicely. This is thanks to Tom Coxon, who’s helped Barone with completing all the network ...

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PUBG Sales Reach 30 Million, But PC Player Base Drops Off

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds hit a whopping 30 million sales this week, but the game is seeing its daily active player base on PC decline. Bloomberg tech reporter, Yuji Nakamura, shared the news on Twitter, suggesting that cheaters could be to blame ...

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Where’s Our Secret Of Mana Remake Review?

Where’s Our Secret Of Mana Remake Review?

The Secret of Mana remake is launching in mere hours. You’ll notice reviews are starting to pop up, but ours isn’t ready yet. I’ve played a large chunk of the remake, but feel I need more time to assess how ...

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Rumor: Sicario 2 Director Penned For Call Of Duty Film Adaptation

We recently discussed how video game-to-film adaptations usually fall through the cracks with rare exceptions, such as the Five Nights at Freddy's film adaptation finding a director recently. Call of Duty is another property that's been simmering in Hollywood for ...

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Major Changes Coming To Overwatch PTR With Hanzo, Sombra, And More

In the Lunar Year event patch that brought along changes to Doomfist and Reaper, subtle ones intended for Overwatch's public test realm made their way into the update that brought significant tweaks to Sombra, as principal designer Geoff Goodman broached ...

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Ryan Murphy Is Getting Paid an Insane Amount to Jump from Fox to Netflix

Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has signed a five year deal with Netflix, reported to be worth $ 300 million, which will come into effect when his contract with 20th Century Fox expires on July 1. Anonymous ...

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