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Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 3:30 PM

Sony has officially announced the games being added to PS Now and PS Plus as of tomorrow. The former adds Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and Mortal Kombat 11, while the latter includes Persona 5 Strikers.


Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 2:30 PM

A project by the Slovak Game Developers Association has seen a collection of Communist-era early video games receive their first English translation, and a digital release, offering a unique insight to early '80s Eastern Europe.


Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 12:20 PM

An article appearing on Bloomberg today reports that industry veteran Ken Levine's studio Ghost Story Games is not a happy place to be. Half the company's founders having quit, along with many staff, and after eight years there's still no sign of a game.


PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 6:46 PM
     PS3 emulator RPCS3 now boots the XMB

The cross-media bar, or XMB, might be the best console user interface ever. It made the PSP and PlayStation 3 a joy to interact with, and now you can finally relive the magic on a modern machine. Popular PS3 emulator RPCS3 now supports the XMB - at least in part. While much of the front-end's functionality is not yet implemented, the devs describe this as a "major breakthrough" for PS3 emulation.

"After years of hard work from several developers, we're excited to announce that the VirtualShell/XrossMediaBar (VSH/XMB) now boots in the master build while using the latest PS3 firmware version," developer AnnieLeo explains on Reddit. "While you cannot launch games from within the VSH/XMB just yet, this is a major breakthrough in PS3 emulation."

You can see all that functionality broken down in the video below, but you'll notice some major features missing - like the ability to launch games, for example. But this is a big deal for the emulation scene because it means RPCS3 is now properly replicating more low-level system functions than are usually required for most games.

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 5:53 PM
     GOG's latest free game is a more forgiving take on Darkest Dungeon

While the Epic Games Store has become the de facto king of free PC games, GOG has been doling out regular freebies, too. A host of great games have been given away for the duration of the GOG Winter Sale, and now there's one last offer just for the Darkest Dungeon fans among you, with Iratus: Lord of the Dead.

Iratus: Lord of the Dead is currently available for free on the main GOG store page from now until January 5. While you have a limited amount of time to claim the game (in exchange for getting GOG's deals newsletter), it'll remain in your library forever, just as with any game you might purchase directly.

As the store page describes Iratus, "you find yourself fighting for the forces of darkness in the role of the titular necromancer - Iratus, recently freed from his millennia-long imprisonment. You control an obedient army of the living dead, with skeletons, zombies, banshees and many other unliving warriors. Create your soldiers the only way a necromancer knows how: from the body parts of your slain enemies!"

RELATED LINKS: Darkest Dungeon system requirements

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 4:39 PM
     GOTY buzz and the Steam sale bring It Takes Two to record player counts

It Takes Two has been a sleeper hit - though maybe the 'sleeper' part went out the window when it took top honours at The Game Awards. The co-op, story-driven platformer has earned all sorts of accolades since its launch in March 2021, and now that it's on deep discount in the Steam Winter Sale, more players than ever are checking it out.

On January 2, It Takes Two reached a record player count of 24,402, as SteamDB shows. On the same day, the free friend's pass - which allows you to play co-op with someone who owns the game - reached a peak of 11,834 players. While the player count for the paid version is the biggest ever, the combined total of free and paid players reached a slightly higher peak of 37,439 near launch.

It Takes Two's resurgence is helped by a 50% discount in the Steam sale, bringing the price down to $19.99 / £17.49 / €19.99.

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 4:09 PM
     The first Halo was originally meant to be an open-world game

Halo Infinite is now out in the wild, and it's the first large scale open-world game in the long-running series of FPS games. But it turns out that Halo was originally conceived of as having an open-world setting - its developers, however, had to pare things back for the hardware available 20 years ago.

Marcus Lehto was the art director for Halo: Combat Evolved during its development at Bungie back in the late '90s, and in a recent exchange on Twitter, he said that Halo: Infinite - developed by 343 Industries while Lehto himself has started working on the Battlefield series - "brings back the magic of Halo."

A fan repled, asking Lehto if he wished Halo: Combat Evolved could have had a more open-world structure. Lehto says that the original plans for Halo were indeed to make it an open-world game. "When building the first demo the intent then was to make it open world," he explains. "Closest we got was The Silent Cartographer."

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 1:54 PM
     Steam players declare Resident Evil Village the best game of 2021

Sure, we have a Game of the Year pick. (It's Deathloop.) The Game Awards has a pick. (It's It Takes Two.) I have a pick. (They wouldn't let me put Metroid Dread on the PCGN list, sadly.) You probably have a pick, too. (Please don't email me about it.) But why listen to any of those sources when you can get your GOTY from the votes of millions of Steam users?

Well, according to Steam users, Resident Evil Village is the best game of 2021. Players voted it past the likes of Valheim, New World, Cyberpunk 2077, and Forza Horizon 5 for top honours in this year's Steam Awards. I awarded an 8/10 in our Resident Evil Village review - it's outstanding in its scares and action, though it's let down a bit by a weak second half. Yet that's true for basically every Resident Evil game, isn't it?

It's particularly notable to see Village take top honours from Steam users, given the early controversy over the game's performance issues on PC. In the company of flawed megahits like New World and Cyberpunk 2077, maybe PC players in aggregate aren't quite so unforgiving of technical flaws as we'd always imagined.

RELATED LINKS: Resident Evil Village review, Resident Evil Village bosses guide, The best horror games on PC

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 1:21 PM
     Genshin Impact 2.4 release time confirmed – Enkanomiya and more drop this week

The next major update for Genshin Impact lands this week, and the devs have provided precise details for the 2.4 release time. We've already had plenty of details on what to expect, and it's a sizable update with new characters, new events, and a "secret-shrouded" new area in Enkanomiya. Here's the rundown.

Maintenance for Genshin Impact 2.4 begins at 2pm PST / 5pm EST / 10pm GMT on January 5. The maintenance period is expected to last five hours, which would put the actual 2.4 release time at 7pm PST / 10pm EST on January 5, or 3am GMT on January 6. Maintenance could conclude early, which would let you dive into the new content a bit sooner.

You'll receive 300 primogems as compensation for the maintenance period, which will be delivered via the in-game mailbox within five hours of the update launch - you just need to have reached Adventure Rank 5 in order to be eligible. You can get details on that over on the official site.

RELATED LINKS: Play Genshin Impact for free, Genshin Impact character tier list, Genshin Impact leveling guide

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 12:54 PM
     Total Warhammer and Jedi: Fallen Order are free with Prime Gaming

Amazon Prime subscribers are in for a treat this month: this month's haul of free games from Prime Gaming includes some terrific selections, including strategy game titan Total War: Warhammer and Star Wars Soulslike Jedi: Fallen Order. And that's just the beginning of this month's selection.

Total War: Warhammer scarcely needs an introduction - it's the first in what will soon be a trilogy of grand strategy games that feature spectacular real-time battles fought between the colourful and often monstrous forces of the old Warhammer Fantasy world. You can take command of factions like the Empire, the dwarves, the greenskins, and vampire counts, although there are plenty more factions available as DLC. Paired with Total War: Warhammer II, it forms part of the combined Mortal Empires sandbox campaign.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is Apex Legends developer Respawn's take on the Soulsborne genre. As fledgling Jedi Cal Kestis, you're on the run from the Empire's Inquisitors and must learn the ways of the Force in order to survive and, hopefully, help rebuild the Jedi Order. It's a delightful romp through both new and familiar Star Wars locales, and the lightsaber combat is a thrill.

RELATED LINKS: Total War: Warhammer guide, Total War: Warhammer mods, Total War: Warhammer review

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 12:05 PM
     Final Fantasy XIV 6.05 release time – FFXIV goes down for five hours of maintenance tonight

If you're planning on playing some Final Fantasy XIV this evening, you'll want to get in early. FFXIV is going down for five hours of maintenance tonight in order to prep the way for patch 6.05 release time. It's a pretty minor patch in terms of new content, but it will bring us access to the savage tier of the Pandeamonium raid, a new treasure hunt instance, and new gear to collect.

FFXIV goes down for maintenance at 9pm PST on January 3, or 12am EST / 5am GMT on January 4. Servers will remain down for five hours, and you'll be able to log back in for the new patch starting at 2am PST / 5am EST / 10am GMT. The Lodestone site will also go down shortly after the game servers, returning alongside FFXIV itself.

Besides the savage version of Pandaemonium, patch 6.05 will also feature the Excitatron 6000 treasure hunt instance, new Allagan tomestones to collect, and new gear. In past expansion cycles, x.05 patch releases have also typically included an array of job balance changes, so it's likely we'll see the same here.

RELATED LINKS: The best MMOs on PC, FFXIV Reaper job guide, FFXIV Sage job guide

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 5:29 PM

Today Muv-Luv publisher aNCHOR reached out with a press release to announce a release window for the mobile release of the original visual novel. Apparently, this time around the title will spell Muv-Luv Extra/Unlimited, even if this is just for clarity, as the original "Muv-Luv" release always included the first two visual novels of the […]

The post Muv-Luv Extra/Unlimited Confirmed for Spring 2022 Release on iOS & Android appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 4:27 PM

Earlier today, Halo Infinite lead narrative designer Aaron Linde revealed that he would be leaving 343 Industries for a position at Riot Games. As you can see below, the announcement was made in a rather amusing way, as he used beloved anime Neon Genesis Evangelion's classic "on the next episode" bookend to reveal where life […]

The post Halo Infinite Lead Narrative Designer Aaron Linde Joins Riot Games appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 4:09 PM

Earlier today, Netflix confirmed, via Deadline, that the second season of Space Force is officially heading to Netflix on Feb. 18, 2022. The next installment in the series is set to feature seven episodes, picking up right where the first season left off. While co-creator and showrunner Greg Daniels is set to return for season […]

The post Space Force Season 2 Announced for February With Official Screenshots appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 3:23 PM

Attack on Titan collectors are in for a treat, as a brand new figure of everyone's favorite Survey Corps Captain is now available for pre-order. The brand new Levi Birthday figure was revealed by F:Nex earlier this week in anticipation for the second half of the final season of the series. Anyone who has seen […]

The post Attack on Titan Levi Birthday Figure Available for Pre-Order appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 1:17 PM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the games that will be added to its PlayStation Now service in January 2022.

The post PlayStation Now Games for January 2022 Announced: Mortal Kombat 11, Final Fantasy XII, & More appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 12:52 PM

For almost three decades, Rowan Atkinson's Mr. Bean has stood the test of time as one of the most hilarious characters in all of entertainment. Whether it's via starring in his own sitcom or movies or appearing as comic relief in sketches and other forms of media, this tweed jacket goof will always be a […]

The post Mr. Bean Fits Surprisingly Well Into Cyberpunk 2077's Night City appeared first on Twinfinite.

Twinfinite Monday, January 3, 2022 12:13 PM

Today a relevant new add-on aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator has been released, while launch details for another have been revealed.

The post Microsoft Flight Simulator Twin Otter Gets Release Date & Details; F-35 Lightning II Released appeared first on Twinfinite.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 3:00 PM

Blazing Rangers, the new NES and Famicom game from Gotta Protectors creator Karu_gamo, feels like a classic.

The post Review: Blazing Rangers Is a New Old Game in a Well-Crafted Package appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 2:00 PM

The January 2022 PlayStation Now update continues the Final Fantasy game rollout, as FFXII: The Zodiac Age will be joining the service.

The post FFXII: The Zodiac Age Joins PlayStation Now in January appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 1:00 PM

An Alchemy Stars Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid event is on the way, and a new video teases the characters who will appear in the game.

The post Alchemy Stars Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid Characters Teased appeared first on Siliconera.

Destructoid Monday, January 3, 2022 3:00 PM

Please, no objections Well, then. 2021 is over. A series of 365 days that decided, "what if we did 2020,...

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Destructoid Monday, January 3, 2022 1:00 PM

Yet another 'have never seen this' moment Typically with games writing you'll see a lot of hyperbole: but with Zelda: Breath...

The post If you wait, some rain dries up in Zelda: Breath of the Wild appeared first on Destructoid.

Destructoid Monday, January 3, 2022 12:00 PM

I just threw something on There is perhaps no greater fashion-forward gaming genre than Japanese fighting games. Truly, titles such...

The post Casual Fridays fighter Aoko Aozaki headed to Melty Blood: Type Lumina appeared first on Destructoid.

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Monday, January 3, 2022 4:45 PM
     Babylon's FallNews over the upcoming hack and slash Babylon's Fall has trickled in at a steady rate, and Square Enix is prepared to show the world even more with an upcoming livestream. This livestream will feature tons of brand new information, and showcase new gameplay for players to hype themselves over. The developers have already stated their intent to expand on the combat mechanics of Nier: Automata and multiplayer, so this trailer should give some insight into that. The director of the game, Kenji Saito (also the director of Platinum Games), will appear personally during the livestream. Other key staff members of the team, including Planner Isao Negishi, Management Director Takanao Sugiyama, and Square Enix Producer Junichi Ehara, will also make appearances. The stream will go live on January 5, 2022, at 7 AM EST, bright and early. Unfortunately for Western fans, the broadcast will only be available in Japanese, but translations and summarizations are sure to follow. A brand new trai...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Monday, January 3, 2022 3:00 PM
     Ghost Of A Tale Sequel Teased On TwitterReleased in 2018 and developed by SeithCG, Ghost of a Tale was one of the best-received RPG indie games of the year. The developer took several staple RPG mechanics established by leading franchises like Zelda and applied a refreshing mouse-themed coat of paint over them. Well, it turns out that the desire for more Ghost of a Tale action was not ignored with a sequel potentially being in the works. Seith himself took to Twitter to quote tweet a Happy New Year post on the official Ghost of a Tale account. The tweet reads: "Oh boy do we have mousy things in store for #GhostOfATale fans in 2022."   What does it mean? Of course, this tweet alone is by no means confirmation of anything but it doesn't hurt to speculate. It's hard to not at least consider that a Ghost of a Tale sequel is in development and this is an early teaser of it. Although it's difficult to say if it will launch in 2022, it's certainly possible that we'll at least see a ...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Monday, January 3, 2022 2:00 PM
     Odyssey Neo G81Samsung has revealed the newest in its line-up of premium gaming monitors, the Odyssey Neo G8. It was announced on the company website alongside a slew of other brand new products. But, really, it's the monitor that's the star of the show here. Samsung is doing a lot of really cool things with the Odyssey Neo G8, particularly for next-generation gaming. Samsung has been developing monitors like this for a while now. The company's previous displays like the Odyssey G7 and G9 are both similarly curved gaming monitors. The Odyssey G9 in particular is a standout for its curved, ultrawide design. The Neo G8 seems more constrained in comparison, but a quick look at the specs tells another story.   Samsung's not pulling any punches Alright, so the first thing to bring up here is that it's indeed a 4K display. This is impressive because it's a mini LED monitor that also runs at a 240 Hz refresh rate. This is the first time we've seen a monitor ...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Monday, January 3, 2022 1:45 PM
     goldeneye 007 achievementsIt was roughly a year ago when footage of a canceled GoldenEye 007 remake/port appeared online. For many fans, the gameplay video of the leaked game was bittersweet. To see the Nintendo 64 classic running at 60 fps with clean visuals was a dream. Sadly, it would never come to be. But change may be in the air. Over the weekend, GoldenEye 007 suddenly received a full list of Xbox achievements. Currently, it's tough to say if the port is actually getting prepped for release, or if the list was a mistake. However, it does provide hope that the remake will actually find its way into our hands soon. The list was picked up by TrueAchievements on Saturday. Happy New Year, indeed. The list includes 55 achievements for GoldenEye 007, with one that's labeled as secret. However, the majority is about what you'd expect. There are achievements for completing all the missions, the game, as well as those for playing through on each difficulty. But there are plenty of achievements ...

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Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 6:29 PM
     If you're new to CSGO, chances are you are probably shooting while running in-game, thinking your bullets can still hit your targets. Sadly, that is not the case in a tactical FPS game like CSGO or VALORANT. These games require players to be precise and tight with their inputs and movement; gun accuracy is tied […]

Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 4:27 PM
     The gods of Olympus or Olympians will aid Zagreus in his quest to escape the Underworld in Supergiant Games' Hades. The Olympians help Zagreus because they believe he wants to leave the Underworld to join them in Olympus. Little do they know that is not Zagreus' plan at all, and the reason he wants to […]

Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 3:17 PM
     Killjoy's Lockdown is a powerful Ultimate Ability that stuns or detains any opponent caught inside its radius after a long windup. However, the most ideal spots to place our German Prodigy's ultimate ability can not 100% cover an entire area. There will always be a small spot around the outside of Lockdown's radius enemies can […]

Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 1:10 PM
     My Time at Portia is an RPG crafting sim that focuses on revitalizing a city, upgrading your workshop, and socializing with everyone you meet — and that includes pets. If you want to learn how to adopt pets in this game, here is a comprehensive guide on the animal residents you can befriend and look […]

Pivotal Gamers Monday, January 3, 2022 1:15 PM
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MonsterVine Monday, January 3, 2022 12:00 PM

One of the most fun aspects of any card-based game is making your own unique deck. Winning with the cards that you like makes it feel like you're winning as a result of your own wits and strategy, which is a glorious sensation. For this reason, it's definitely strange that Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel: Dawn of […]

The post How to Build Your Own Deck Early in Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel: Dawn of the Battle Royale!! appeared first on MonsterVine.

Level Up Monday, January 3, 2022 12:30 PM
     Japanese publication Famitsu released its annual list of New Year's cards from a range of the…

Level Up Monday, January 3, 2022 12:02 PM
     Just a little under a month since the full release of Halo Infinite, its lead…

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Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 11:00 AM

I'm looking down at my spacebar in absolute shame. It's just plain white. And yet, it could be the absolutely beautiful work of keycap maker, Hirosart, containing a diorama of Pokémon in their natural setting.


Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 9:10 AM

As the unstoppable virus of Sundays continues its gruesome pandemic into a new week, it seems more humans than ever are turning to video games in order to survive. On the 10th Sunday since the outbreak began, January 2, Steam broke its concurrent user record, hitting just shy of 28 million.


Kotaku Monday, January 3, 2022 5:30 AM

On January 1, Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda (pictured) decided to ring in the New Year with the company's plans for things like blockchain and NFTs.


PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 11:25 AM
     Elden Ring feels like a classic DnD adventure

Dungeons & Dragons' influence on videogames can't be overstated. However, while many of the best RPGs owe their mechanics to tabletop gaming, digital adventures struggle when it comes to replicating the flair and theatre of a classic DnD adventure. Enter Elden Ring, FromSoftware's latest Soulsborne game that, judging from a few hours with the network test, feels primed to capture the imaginative dramatics of a dedicated dungeon master.

Sure, RPG staples like Baldur's Gate, Divinity, and Dragon Age also emulate tabletop storytelling, and they do it well, but Elden Ring's pacing and atmosphere feel similarly authentic without sticking so rigidly to Wizards of the Coast's fantasy world; wherever you go you get the sense that your adventure would pair perfectly with the scene-by-scene narration of a dungeon master.

There are plenty of similarities between Hidetaka Miyazaki's Soulsborne games and pen-and-paper escapades, however, by embracing a completely open world, Elden Ring becomes a treasure chest of decision-making and opportunity where every vista feels like a fork in the road. Do you chat to the friendly looking pot? Explore the ruins over yonder? Pick a fight with the knight on horseback? Or try to sneak past them?

RELATED LINKS: Elden Ring system requirements, Elden Ring has the best demo, Elden Ring's four pre-order editions

PCGamesN Monday, January 3, 2022 10:44 AM
     Steam just broke its concurrent user record, again

Steam just clocked its highest-ever number of concurrent users on the platform, hitting nearly 28 million players logged in January 2. The new record, 27,942,036, comes after a period of steady growth that began last July.

Early January is typically a strong time of year for Steam player counts, thanks in part to the holiday season for workers and students in many countries getting a bit of holiday time off. Over the past two years, that effect has been magnified by the covid-19 pandemic, which has resulted in more people spending more time indoors near their PCs. In November, Steam broke its previous record by logging more than 27 million concurrent users, and it set a new high water mark over the weekend.

It's worth noting that the majority - 20 million or so - of the 'concurrent players' counted in this record-setting figure weren't playing a game at the time, they were simply logged into Steam. Still, the number provides a pretty good idea of the platform's growth over time. The most-played games of the moment are some perennial favourites: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, PUBG: Battlegrounds, and Apex Legends make up the top five, with Naraka: Bladepoint and Amazon Games' fledgling MMORPG New World creeping into the top ten as the only games on that list released in the past year.

RELATED LINKS: Steam FAQ, Steam family sharing, Steam in-home streaming

Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Monday, January 3, 2022 8:00 AM

The first rule of video game club (apart from not talking about video game club) usually involves saving the world somehow. We do our best to rescue others from harm, to avert world-ending disasters, and give everyone around us the happy ending they deserve. But if there's one thing I've learned about myself in 2021, it's that I'm a cruel, heartless robot who will happily toss others under the bus if they don't provide any material benefit to me. Or at least I am when I'm playing Unsighted, the gorgeous and criminally underrated action RPG from Studio Pixel Punk that puts a ticking time-bomb inside each of its characters' metallic chests which, if left unchecked, will remove them from the game entirely, preventing you from gaining some potentially very handy upgrades to help you in your quest to fight back against your human oppressors.

It's an ingenious system, as you're not only fighting against the hordes of enemies that appear onscreen, but your own ineptitude.

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Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 12:00 PM

Bronya is getting a new APHO battlesuit in Honkai Impact 3rd. Learn more about her ranged Silverwing: N-EX attacks.

The post Bronya Silverwing: N-EX Battlesuit Heading to Honkai Impact 3rd appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 11:00 AM

Outside of the release of Atelier Sophie 2, Koei Tecmo will celebrate the series anniversary in other ways.

The post Koei Tecmo Teases Plans for Atelier Series 25th Anniversary appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 10:00 AM

More information will be revealed through 2022.

The post Spike Chunsoft Teases New, Unannounced Game Projects appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 8:30 AM

The Invaders return!

The post Rumiko Takahashi's Urusei Yatsura Gets 2022 Anime Remake appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 8:00 AM

Additionally, Square Enix released a new trailer, which highlights several new monsters.

The post Babylon's Fall Broadcast to Include Gameplay and New Information appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 7:30 AM

The EP features several tracks associated with the Liyue region.

The post Genshin Impact A Moment of Tranquility EP Focuses on Xiao appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 7:00 AM

Set to release in Summer 2022, Hiroshi Matsuyama says the game announcement will blow up on social media.

The post CyberConnect2 to Announce a New Game in February 2022 appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 6:30 AM

2022 also marks the 35th anniversary for Mega Man and Street Fighter.

The post Capcom Discusses DLC for Resident Evil Village and Monster Hunter Rise in 2022 appeared first on Siliconera.

Siliconera Monday, January 3, 2022 6:00 AM

Whereas last year's New Year SSR was an Arts attacker, this year's is an aggressive Buster Foreigner.

The post Fate/Grand Order New Year 2022 Servant is a Familiar Face appeared first on Siliconera.

Destructoid Monday, January 3, 2022 9:00 AM

Atlus Shrugged The holiday weekend saw many studios and publishers take to the information superhighway to welcome their respective fans...

The post Atlus teases 'surprise' titles for 2022 in New Year's greeting appeared first on Destructoid.

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Monday, January 3, 2022 11:30 AM
     Modern Warfare 2 Leaked Game ModeCall of Duty: Vanguard is still early on in its lifecycle, with only the first season of the multiplayer underway. However, some are likely wondering what the next title in the franchise could entail. According to previous leaks, this year will see the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This is thought to be a sequel to Modern Warfare 2019, developed by Infinity Ward. Recently, a possible leak for a new game mode shared online is allegedly featured from Modern Warfare 2. From the initial details, it gives us a Rainbow Six Siege-type of vibe. The prominent Call of Duty leaker known as @RalphsValve on Twitter shared details about a mode referred to as 'Attackers vs. Defenders.' Reportedly, attackers will be assigned a role with one player nominated as team leader. If you are a defender, it is believed that you could be required to stop the attackers by using various pieces of equipment such as booby traps and cameras. Also, the leaker states that destruction is pre...

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Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 11:31 AM
     Stardew Valley has tons of fish that you can put in ponds, but choosing which of them are the best to keep can be a bit difficult. In this guide, we will go over the most profitable fish you can place in Fish Ponds, along with the qualities they have that make them the best […]

Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 9:04 AM
     Here is a guide on how you can obtain emeralds in Minecraft. Emeralds are considered to be the main currency in the game. And ever since it was introduced a few years ago, obtaining them has been a constant challenge for players, especially in survival mode. Emerald ore is the rarest ore in Minecraft, even […]

Player Assist | Game Guides & Walkthroughs Monday, January 3, 2022 7:42 AM
     One of the most fun and satisfying new features of Pokemon Sword and Shield is Camping, where you can bond with your Pokemon. While Camping, you can play with your Pokemon, they can play with each other, and you can talk to them and know what they are feeling, and, finally, you can cook them, […]

Pivotal Gamers Monday, January 3, 2022 10:05 AM
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Pivotal Gamers Monday, January 3, 2022 9:19 AM
     Hello all. GOG.com holds a new giveaway for Iratus: Lord of the Dead. Let's hear them out. Get Iratus: Lord of the Dead for FREE! A few words about Iratus: Lord of the Dead In Iratus you find yourself fighting for the forces of darkness in the role of the titular necromancer-Iratus, recently freed from his millennia-long imprisonment. You control an obedient army of the living dead, with ske...

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New leak reveals more about the upcoming AirPods Pro 2
The original AirPods Pro. (Future)
We just got some more details about the upcoming Apple AirPods Pro 2, via a reliable source: the next-gen wireless earbuds will apparently support lossless audio and come with a charging case that you can locate from your phone.  READ MORE
Samsung Neo QLED technology is a game-changer
Samsung Neo QLED televisions set an entirely new standard where picture quality, energy efficiency and audio quality are concerned. It even enables the TVs to be slimmer and more elegant than ever before. Learn More
Smart Home
This innovative mirror doubles up as a smart speaker
Kit out your bathroom with a smart mirror. (ICON.AI)
The CES 2022 tech expo gets underway this week, and one of the products on show will be ICON.AI's Sound Mirror: it does all the regular reflective duties while also acting as a smart speaker that can play your tunes, set alarms, and more.  READ MORE
Key specs for the OnePlus 10 Pro flagship leak out
The OnePlus 9 Pro. (Future)
According to the rumor mill the OnePlus 10 and the OnePlus 10 Pro will be officially unveiled on January 11, and in the meantime you can cast your eye over a leaked list of specs for the Pro model, including the screen size and battery capacity.  READ MORE
Microsoft is busy making Windows 11 run faster
Improvements are coming to Windows 11. (Future)
If you've made the jump to Windows 11 you'll be pleased to know that Microsoft looks to be making some improvements to speed up the performance of the operating system, particularly in regards to browsing your files.  READ MORE
Samsung shows off its high-end, high-spec 2022 TVs
Say hello to Samsung's new MicroLED TV set. (Samsung)
Also on show at CES 2022 are some brand-new Samsung TVs for this year. Among the innovations here – on sets up to 110 inches in size – you'll find MicroLED technology for pixel-perfect contrast and control of the display backlight.  READ MORE
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